Governor of the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
What does CBBH stand for?
CBBH stands for Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Governors of the Bank of Albania, the Bulgarian National Bank, the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Central Bank of Cyprus, the Bank of Greece, the National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia, the Central Bank of Montenegro, as well as the Heads of the Banking Authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republika Srpska, attended.
Conference on Responsible Finance in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Jointly Organised by the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina, KfW Entwicklungsbank and EFSE FRANKFURT AM MAIN, Germany and SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina -- A conference on responsible finance, hosted by the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina and organised jointly with KfW Entwicklungsbank (Development Bank) and the microfinance investment fund EFSE, was held today in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.