Bank of Lithuania

In the Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania, the country’s central bank – the Bank of Lithuania – is referred to as one of the most important state authorities. The Bank of Lithuania regularly reports to the Seimas, which is its founder. Our organisation also follows the principle of public accountability, key to modern national central banks, ensuring transparency of activities through a constant flow of objective and comprehensive information on the bank’s activities, explanations of and reasoning behind the decisions taken. Transparency of activities is one of the core values of our institution.

Last update: 13-01-2020