Hungarian central bank opens office in Rome

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The National Bank of Hungary (MNB) opened its third international office, this time in Rome, the central bank said in a statement today, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.

(Photo: Wikimedia Commons/Bert Kaufmann)

The MNB opened offices in Paris and Hamburg last summer and it will open new offices in New York, Buenos Aires and Beirut in the future.

The offices are intended to raise the profile of the MNB and its work on a global scale as well as strengthen and build on ties between other leading financial institutions in the region. The offices are staffed by a small number of trained professionals who fully understand the regionʼs or the countryʼs economic and financial position.

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