The Bank of Lithuania

Opening of Kaunas – the European Capital of Culture 2022 greeted distinguished guests at the Bank of Lithuania building in Kaunas

This weekend, as Kaunas becomes the European Capital of Culture 2022, the installation ‘Ex It’ by the world-renowned artist Yoko Ono was launched in the main operations hall of the historical interwar Bank of Lithuania building in Kaunas. It is one...

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Research Podcast: Identifying High-Frequency Shocks with Bayesian Mixed-Frequency VARs

In the podcast the economists reveal why it is important to take mixed variable frequencies into account when estimating economic models and discuss the potential consequences of ignoring the feature of different variable frequencies. The importance...

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Bank of Lithuania and central banks of Romania and the Netherlands to implement the EU-Moldova cooperation project

The Bank of Lithuania, together with the central banks of Romania and the Netherlands, will take part in the EU Twinning project aimed at strengthening the supervision, governance and risk management of the financial sector of Moldova, bringing the...

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Bank of Lithuania sets its strategic objectives for 2022–2025

The Board of the Bank of Lithuania approved the new operational strategy for 2022–2025 and updated its organisational values. 

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Bank of Lithuania opens its building in Kaunas to the public in celebration of its centenary

In celebration of its 100th anniversary in 2022, the Bank of Lithuania opens the unique historic building in Kaunas to the public, inviting them to register for tours that will be organised throughout the year. The year will be filled with other...

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Balance of payments of the Republic of Lithuania: November 2021

Today, the Bank of Lithuania published the balance of payments for November 2021, which shows that:

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Discussion organised by the Bank of Lithuania: institutions and market participants agreed on sustainable FinTech development

State institutions and market participants will continue to work together to strengthen Lithuania’s position as a regional financial innovation hub. Future vision, maturity and other issues relevant to FinTech companies were discussed at event...

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IMF mission begins work in Lithuania

In preparation for the 2022 consultations with the Republic of Lithuania under Article IV of the Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), an IMF mission, led by Borja Gracia, will work remotely on 11-24 January.

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Survey: payment service providers do not abuse de-risking but there is room for improvement

Anti-money laundering measures applied by Lithuania’s financial institutions and their de-risking policies do not significantly undermine access to payment services for individual categories of consumers but lead to a number of challenges faced by the...

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Bank of Lithuania published financial accounts data for Q3 2021

Financial accounts – data on the financial assets and liabilities of the institutional sectors of the Lithuanian economy. Detailed Q3 2021 data is available on the Bank of Lithuania website under Financial accounts statistics , Debt indicators of...

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Celebrating 20 years of the euro: the role of the euro in Lithuania

As the euro area prepares for a symbolic 20th anniversary of the euro tomorrow, we can already estimate what this currency has brought to Lithuania’s economy, even though it has only been used for seven years. Although Lithuanians’ favour for the...

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International trade in services in Q3 2021

Review of the Balance of Payments services exports and imports for Q3 2021 (Joint release by the Bank of Lithuania and Statistics Lithuania)

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Direct investment in Q3 2021

Direct Investment in Q3 2021 (Joint press release by the Bank of Lithuania and Statistics Lithuania).

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Lithuania’s credit institutions granted more loans to Lithuanian residents

Balance Sheet and Interest Rates of Monetary Financial Institutions, November 2021

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Next year’s coin themes range from artificial intelligence to 100 years of basketball

In 2022, collectors will be able to purchase new and interesting coins issued by Lithuania’s central bank. Collector and commemorative euro coins will be issued in 8 different themes.

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