The first-ever set of commemorative silver coins was released in 1983 by the Bahrain Monetary Authority on the 10th anniversary of its establishment of the Bahrain Monetary Agency.
What does BMA stand for?
BMA stands for Bahrain Monetary Agency
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- Basic Maintenance Allowance
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It is worth noting that the first set of commemorative silver coins was released in 1983 by the BMA on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the establishment of the Bahrain Monetary Agency, and was the from the first issue of the Bahraini Dinar for the Kingdom of Bahrain," he added.
Its Bahrain office was established in 1979 at the request of the Bahrain Monetary Agency - now called the Central Bank of Bahrain.
The eighth issue of the leasing sukuk instrument, closed in mid-December 2003 by the Bahrain Monetary Agency (BMA) which is the state's central bank, was more than 50% over-subscribed.
The Bahrain Monetary Agency hopes to enhance "Bahrain's status as a major insurance center in the Middle East," said BMA spokesman Nadera Abu All.
Mwamba allegedly acted as an intermediary, introducing a group of imposters, posing as Bahrain Monetary Agency (BMA) officials, to establish Argentinean banknote printer Ciccone Calcographica.