Angola | 2017.12.19
FOREIGN EXCHANGE RULES FOR BUYING AND SELLING FOREIGN CURRENCY

The Angolan Central Bank (BNA) has recently issued Instruction No. 5/17, of 1 December of 2017, on the procedures for buying and selling foreign currency in Angola. This statute establishes that:

 

  • It is no longer mandatory for banks to hold deposits of national currency (Kwanzas) in the applicant’s bank account for the purpose of buying foreign currency.

  • The funds/resources in national currency currently held in the BNA for the purpose of acquiring foreign currency are to be immediately demobilized.

  • Banking Financial Institutions may only execute foreign exchange operations requested by clients who hold a valid and active Tax Identification Number (NIF).

 

This Instruction revoked Instruction No. 12/2015, of 24 June of 2015, and part of Instruction No. 10/2015, of 4 June of 2015.


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