Swiss National Bank

The Swiss National Bank is Switzerland’s central bank and has offices in Bern and Zurich.

The bank is responsible for the creation and distribution of Swiss franc banknotes and coinage. It also plays a role in controlling inflation and foreign exchange rates.

The Swiss National Bank is not a government institution but a publicly traded company owned by shareholders.

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