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The decision was made on the basis of most recent updated macroeconomic analyses and of adjustment of the medium-term inflation forecast.

On Tuesday, 19 June 2018, the Executive Board of the National Bank of Moldova (BNM) approved the acquisition by an international consortium of investors of 41.09 percent stake in the share capital of the commercial bank “MOLDOVA-AGROINDBANK” SA.

The Executive Board of the National Bank of Moldova decided to apply the warning sanction to BC “EuroCreditBank” S.A.

This report elucidates the financial status of the National Bank and has no direct connection with the primary objective of ensuring and maintaining price stability.

Total assets: 67,823,408 thousand MDL;
Total liabilities: 63,818,692 thousand MDL;
Total capital and reserves: 4,004,716 thousand MDL.

Net (loss): (4,976,079) thousand MDL;
Total comprehensive result for the period: (4,980,825) thousand MDL;
(Total loss): (95,309) thousand MDL.

The annual budgeted expenditure of the National Bank of Moldova for the year 2018 was approved in the amount of MDL 237.40 million and includes.

In May 2018, the annual inflation rate recorded 2.8%, a level by 0.9 pp. lower than in the previous month, thus falling, as forecasted, below the lower limit of the variation range of ± 1.5 pp. from the 5.0% target.

Dozens of people willing to find out how a central bank’s activities visited on Monday, 4 June 2018, the National Bank of Moldova (NBM).

The Executive Board of the National Bank of Moldova (NBM) approved a set of normative acts on implementation of the Law on bank’s activity, at the first stage, in accordance with Basel III requirements and harmonized with the EU regulations in the field, known as the CRD IV / CRR package.

In April 2018, the total amount of net money transfers from abroad made in favour of individuals via licensed banks of the Republic of Moldova amounted to US$ 98.81 million (increasing by 14.6% as against April 2017).

Over 100 high level representatives from banks, banks associations, audit firms, Ministries as well as experts of the European Banking Authority, central banks of Netherlands and Romania, development partners and other banking sector stakeholders took part in the seminar “Banking sector reforms. The Transition from Basel I to Basel III”, organised today by the European Union High Level Advisers’ Mission to the Republic of Moldova in collaboration with the National Bank of Moldova.

Taking into account the high fluctuations, including the price collapse, the closing down of VCs exchange platforms recorded in the last months, the National Bank of Moldova reinforces its opinion expressed in the press releases of 15.02.2018 and 10.07.2017 on cryptocurrencies and investments in VCs, pointing out on high risks of losing money invested in such assets.

The Governor of the NBM, Sergiu Cioclea, and Alternate Governor for the Republic of Moldova at the EBRD, represented our country at the Annual Meeting of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, which took place on 8-10 May 2018 in Jordan.

An international consortium, consisting of three potential acquirers (one international financial institution and two foreign direct investment funds), submitted an official application to the NBM for acquiring 41.09% of shares of the C.B. "Moldova-Agroindbank" S.A., under the conditions provided for by art. 54 of the Law on the administration and transfer of public property.

The decision was made on the basis of the updated macroeconomic analysis and of assumptions related to the new medium-term inflation forecasting round.

In the first quarter of 2018, the total amount of money transfers from abroad made in favour of individuals of the Republic of Moldova amounted to USD 297.45 million. It should be mentioned that a share of 83.8 percent of money transfers was carried out via money transfer systems (only in USD, EUR and RUB) without opening bank accounts, while the rest - via bank transfers (in various currencies).

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