Top 25% Central Banks, as of July 2016
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The rankingsAll institutions in this category.
Top 25% Central Banks
|1||International Monetary Fund (IMF)|
Washington, District of Columbia (USA)
|2||Federal Reserve Board (Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System)|
Washington, District of Columbia (USA)
|3||European Central Bank|
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
|4||Federal Reserve Bank of New York|
New York City, New York (USA)
|5||Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago|
Chicago, Illinois (USA)
|6||Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis|
St. Louis, Missouri (USA)
|8||Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco|
San Francisco, California (USA)
|9||Bank for International Settlements (BIS)|
|10||Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis|
Minneapolis, Minnesota (USA)
|11||Banque de France|
|12||Bank of England|
London, United Kingdom
|13||Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta|
Atlanta, Georgia (USA)
|14||Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia|
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (USA)
|15||Bank of Canada|
|16||Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland|
Cleveland, Ohio (USA)
|17||Banco de España|
|18||Federal Reserve Bank of Boston|
Boston, Massachusetts (USA)
|20||Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond|
Richmond, Virginia (USA)
|21||de Nederlandsche Bank|
|23||Banco de la Republica de Colombia|
|24||Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City|
Kansas City, Missouri (USA)
|25||Banco de Portugal|
|26||Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas|
Dallas, Texas (USA)
|27||Schweizerische Nationalbank (SNB)|
|28||Türkiye Cumhuriyet Merkez Bankası|
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