Category: Announcements

CBSI disassociate itself from Alfred Sasako’s article on the Island Sun

Press Release – CBSI disassociate itself from Alfred Sasako’s article on the Island Sun (Honiara 28 March 2017) -The Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) has disassociated itself from the article written by Alfred Sasako, titled “Does treasure hunt hold the secret for balancing the 2017 budget” published in the Island Sun newspaper on 28th March....

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Central Bank clarifies POB board changes

The Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) is aware of recent media reports regarding changes to Pan Oceanic Bank (POB)’s board positions that may have caused unease and anxiety in the market especially to POB clients. The CBSI assures POB customers and clients that the changes to Board positions does not affect the stability and operations of POB. POB is managed by experienced professional staff at the operational level and continues to operate within the regulatory and prudential requirements of CBSI. For more information, on the above Public Notice, please call 21791 or email to: info@cbsi.com.sb   Central Bank of Solomon Islands    ...

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Email Fraud

The Central bank of Solomon Islands wishes to inform all stakeholders, organizations, financial institutions, the private sector and the general public of an email scam that is purportedly sent by the Governor of Central Bank Denton Rarawa. If you receive any email with  a Gmail address: executiveportal2@gmail.com that uses the Governor’s name, please do not open but delete it immediately.  It is a “phishing” email and you are warned against opening and/or responding to the message. For more information on the above Public Notice, please call 21791 or email to: info@cbsi.com.sb Central Bank of Solomon Islands  ...

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Rise in ATM card theft

(Honiara 11.10.16) – The general public is warned to be very careful when using the Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) in Honiara and around the country, whenever they decide to withdraw money....

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Key Statistics

Inflation
(August, 2017) 1.5%
GDP (2016)
RGDP (Real) *estimates SBD$ 4,607m
NGDP (Nominal) *estimates SBD$ 8,504m
Real GDP Growth3.5%
Foreign Reserves
(September 04, 2017)SBD $4,186m
Interest Rates
July, 2017)
Deposit Rate0.29%
Lending Rate10.62%
Money Supply
(September 04, 2017)SBD $4,612m

Exchange Rates

per
SBD
Today
20/10/2017
Last Week
13/10/2017
USD0.12810.1280
GBP0.09730.0970
EUR
0.10810.0981
AUD0.16260.1638
NZD
0.18210.1800
JPY14.415714.3768
SDR0.09070.0905
CNY0.84840.8434
Index105.8106.0

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