1.2. CBRT 2011-2015 Strategic Plan


To be one of the world's leading central banks, possessing - while maintaining its independence - an effective organizational structure, highly qualified employees, an outstanding technological structure and the ability to achieve effective results.


To create and implement policies that will contribute to financial stability and will achieve price stability which promotes the money, credit and capital markets along with other markets,

To manage foreign exchange and gold reserves,

To issue the country's banknotes,

To ensure the reliable circulation of banknotes, to establish and operate payment systems,

To increase the effectiveness of the CBRT on a regional and global scale by developing international relations, to add value to our employees, stakeholders and to the community by maintaining our corporate governance structure, transparency and accountability.


1. Independence

2. Transparency and accountability

3. Credibility

4. Public benefit

5. Effectiveness and efficiency

Strategic Areas and Strategic Themes

Tasks that are assigned to the bank by law and corporate internal logistics activities are grouped into three strategic areas as the Public, Global, and Institutional areas; each area has strategic sub themes.

Public Area

1. Price stability

2. Financial stability

3. Payment systems

4. Reserve management

5. Acting as the financial and economic advisory body, the fiscal agent and the treasurer of the government

6. Banknote emission policy

7. On-site supervision of banks and financial institutions

8. Compilation and publication of statistical data

9. Communication, transparency and accountability

Global Area

1. The roles within the central banks' network

2. Effectiveness and leadership in the international sphere

3. Effectiveness in the immediate surroundings

4. Roles in the European Union accession process

5. Adopting international norms

6. Obligations arising from international agreements

Institutional Area

1. Leadership, governance and strategic planning

2. Quality management system

3. Organizational structure

4. Human resources and training processes

5. Technological infrastructure and information technology systems

6. Corporate internal communications and activities for employees of the Bank

7. Construction, logistics and external support services

8. Public relations, publicity and external activities

9. Internal control system

10. Auditing activity

11. Legal structure

12. Information- document production and management

13. Corporate continuity and security

14. Accounting and budgeting

15. Services in branches