New 50 Cordobas at Nicaragua

viernes, 24 de septiembre de 2010

The Central Bank of Nicaragua, BCN, through its manager Dr. Antenor Rosales Bolanos announced yesterday that on Monday, September 20 will come into circulation next 50 Cordobas special tickets to mark the 50th anniversary of the founding of the issuing bank State.

Will be put into circulation banknotes 6 million new 50-cordobas and with the same validity of the ticket of the same name that runs in the country. Printed on polymer substrate is small and its features are vertical and not horizontal like the others of the same denomination. It's memorial for the 50 year anniversary of the NCB.

Is illustrated with images of what was the first building of the NCB, and the flower sacuanjoche Somoto Canyon.

Currently in circulation with the polymer substrate material notes of the denomination of 10, 20, 200 and 50 Cordobas. The fifty córdobas ticket is still valid, said the head of the issuing bank.

The Central Bank of Nicaragua, BCN, was created by Decree No. 525 of August 26, 1960, published in the Official Gazette No. 211, September 16, 1960.

The first president of the Central Bank of Nicaragua, BCN, Francisco Lainez, the famous and powerful once called "Czar" of the country's finances, was the current president of BCN, Antenor Rosales Bolanos, a commemorative exhibition of the new note of 50 cordobas .

Panama new coin

jueves, 2 de septiembre de 2010

The Board of Panama Viejo made the presentation of the new coin of fifty cents, alluding to the Convent of the Nuns of the Conception, the new currency will be distributed by the National Bank.

Centered on the obverse of the coin is the image of the Convent of the Nuns, in the upper contour of the monument's name and the year "2010" in the lower contour. On the back, in the center, is embodied the shield of the Republic of Panama, the phrase "Republic of Panama."

The Panamanian State through Law 73 of November 11, 2009 approved the minting of coins 3 million fifty cents, current movement, and memorial to the Monumental Complex of Panama Viejo.

During the presentation at the Convent of the Nuns of the Conception was released to the audience the new currency of fifty cents alluding to the image of the Convent of the Sisters, whose manor shall revert to the funds from the Board of Old Panama, for the restoration of historic Monumental.

This coining the Panamanian State has sought to highlight the value of the Monumental Complex of Panama Viejo, both for Panama and the rest of humanity.

To celebrate its entry into service, the Board of Panama Viejo organized an activity to show the collection of coins belonging to Carlos Henriquez, chairman of the Board of the National Bank.