are responsible for controlling a major part of the economy of this independent county. There are both private and public sector banks in Zagreb. The chief government bank of Zagreb is the Croatian National Bank.
This bank was established in 1990 by the constitution of Croatia. This bank is headed by the governor of the bank and the procedures of the bank are exclusively decided by the Croatian Parliament and the law of the CNB. The chief responsibilities of the Croatian National Bank are the issuance of the Croatian national currency, Kuna, holding the national financial reserves and regulating the price stability of Zagreb as well as Croatia.
Chief Zagreb Banks
- Dresdner Bank Croatia
- Raiffeisenbank Austria
ATMS in Zagreb, Croatia
- Hypo Alpe-Adria-Bank
- WESTERN UNION - Money Transfer
- Privredna Banka Zagreb
- Zagrebacka Banka
- Erste & Staermarkische Bank
- Splitska banka Societe Generale Group
Most of the leading banks of Croatia have their ATMs all over the country. ATMs are particularly important for tourists, as carrying huge amounts of cash is not the option for many.