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About the Bank of South Sudan

Created under the Bank of South Sudan Act of 2011, the Central Bank of South Sudan (BoSS) was created to be the sole agency for issuing the South Sudanese pound (SSP). A state-owned Bank, it is independent from the government, responsible for maintaining its primary objective, price stability, and low inflation, with a secondary objective of maintaining a sound and safe financial system, in order to stimulate economic growth in South Sudan.

Article 14 (a) of the Bank of South Sudan Act Chapter III states that the BODs is “The highest policy and decision making organ of The Bank and shall be chaired by the Governor of the Bank of South Sudan.” The Boards has nine members inwhich, three of them are executive members while they have six non-executive members that are provided in Act. The executive members of the Board comprises of the governor and two deputies. The Board meets are usually quarterly time to debate on bank policy issues while it also have an existence of “extraordinary meeting” where by they meet early and exchange ideas on pressing issues. View the BODs

The top and senior management consists of the governor, the two deputies, and the seven director generals.The top management is responsible for the implementation of the Bank general policies decided by the Board and the management of the Bank. View Management