Central Bank Governance
The Central Bank is governed by the Council of the Central Bank of Montenegro consisting of seven members – the Governor and two Vice-Governors and four members that are not the CBM employees (Srđa Božović, Milivoje Radović, Milorad Jovović and Asim Telaćević).
In addition to governing the Central Bank, the Council specifies policies, passes regulations, recommendations and orders to be issued by the CBM, decides on the issuing and revoking licenses to banks, financial institutions and payment systems, and performs other duties in accordance with the law.
Decisions passed by the Council have the nature of general acts (regulations) published in the Official Gazette of Montenegro.
The Council decides at its meetings to be attended by at least five members. The meetings are held at least once a month. The Council Secretary takes minutes of the meetings.
Central Bank Management
the Governor, represents and acts on behalf of the Central Bank and ensures the implementation of the Central Bank policy and the Council decisions.
, the Vice-Governor for banking system supervision, responsible for the regulation and supervision of banks and financial institutions.
, the Vice-Governor for financial stability and payment systems, responsible for the financial system stability, payment systems management and regulation.
, the Executive Director of the Central Bank of Montenegro is responsible for: areas of cooperation with international institutions and organizations, the European Union and other international entities, human resources management, legal affairs, public procurement, investments and services, security and protection, administrative affairs, public relations, and the Money Museum. He is also the Chairman of the Operational Risk and Business Continuity Management Committee.