The Bank of Tanzania (BOT) is the Central Bank of the United Republic of Tanzania established by the Bank of Tanzania Act of 1965, It became operational on 14th June 1966. Various amendments to the Bank of Tanzania Act have been made leading to the Bank of Tanzania Act of 1978 and the Bank of Tanzania Act of 1995. Presently, the Bank of Tanzania operates under the Bank of Tanzania Act, 2006. The history of monetary arrangements in Tanzania prior to the establishment of the Bank of Tanzania is divided into two parts, namely, the period before the establishment of the East African Currency Board (EACB) in December 1919; and the period until the opening of the doors of the Bank of Tanzania in June 1966. The primary objective of the Bank is to formulate, define and implement monetary policy directed to the economic objective of maintaining domestic price stability conducive to a balanced and sustainable growth of the national economy. Maintain price stability and integrity of the financial system for inclusive economic growth.
NEW VACANCIES AT BANK OF TANZANIA (BOT), OCTOBER 2022
The bank is looking to hire qualified and competent individuals to fill new vacancies. READ FULL DETAILS THROUGH THE PDF DOCUMENT ATTACHED BELOW: