• Calling days and hours of the governing body of the National Bank of Moldova for citizens.


  • Octavian Armașu, Governor of the National Bank of Moldova

    1st Monday of the month: 14.00-17.00;
    Appointment: +373 22 822 606;


  • Vladimir Munteanu, First Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Moldova

    2nd Monday of the month: 14.00-17.00;
    Appointment: +373 22 822 606;


  • Cristina Harea, Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Moldova

    3rd Monday of the month: 14.00-17.00;
    Appointment: +373 22 822 607;

  • Ion Sturzu, Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Moldova

    4th Monday of the month: 14.00-17.00;
    Appointment: +373 22 822 607.

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Licenced banks of the RM

Licensed banks operate in the market freely and independently from the NBM, the Government and other government authorities. The NBM licenses, supervises and regulates their activity.

The establishment of the banking resolution fund will contribute to strengthening the banking sector and its credibility, by supporting the interests of depositors.

The Executive Board of the National Bank of Moldova set the rate of the countercyclical capital buffer (CCyB) applied to credit exposures situated in the Republic of Moldova, based on the CCyB guide calculated as of the 4th quarter of 2019.

During the first quarter of 2020, the National Bank of Moldova (NBM) continued the process of prudential supervision of banks in the Republic of Moldova, pursuing compliance with legal requirements, in order to prevent and limit the risks specific to banking.

BC “Moldindcondbank” S.A. operates in normal regime and provides all banking services.

The National Bank of Moldova transmitted to the Parliament and published the Report on the legality of granting, in 2014-2015, emergency loans, provided with state guarantees, for „Banca de Economii" S.A., B.C. „UNIBANK" S.A. and B.C. „BANCA SOCIALĂ” S.A., as well the method of distribution and use of these financial means.

The Executive Board of the National Bank of Moldova approved unanimously, in an extraordinary meeting, a decision by which recommends the licensed banks to refrain from distributing dividends to shareholders and other forms of capital distribution, at least until 30 September 2020. 

The decision refers to the legal entities whose financial situation is temporarily affected due to the state of emergency and the economic consequences generated by COVID-19.

The regulation comes to complement the set of acts necessary for the implementation of the new banking law, in the context of the legislation harmonization with the European standards and international instruments 

The regulation on the outsourcing of the bank's activities and operations comes to improve the banks' activity in terms of prudence and meets the European standards in this regard.

During 2019, the National Bank of Moldova (NBM) continued its efforts to ensure sound corporate governance and make the shareholding of the banking sector transparent in order to maintain a stable banking sector and reduce the risks to which banks are exposed.

The Executive Board of the National Bank of Moldova (NBM) adopted on 17 March 2020 a decision that allow licensed banks to manage flexibly the payment obligations of individuals in difficulty to pay their contracted loans under the conditions of state of emergency.

The National Bank of Moldova (NBM) imposes a set of measures to prevent the COBID-19 spread and to ensure the further functionality of the financial and banking system of the country.

The reforms carried out during the last three years in the banking sector of the Republic of Moldova are appreciated positively by the IMF.

Under the Law no. 202 of 6 October 2018 regarding bank activity, the Executive Board of the National Bank of Moldova has established the O-SII buffer rates for banks that are Other Systemically Important Institutions.

The Executive Board of the National Bank of Moldova set the rate of the countercyclical capital buffer (CCyB) applied to credit exposures situated in the Republic of Moldova, based on the CCyB guide calculated as of the third quarter of 2019.

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