- How Russia’s invasion of Ukraine affects the economy and banking in Estonia
This page gives the positions of Eesti Pank on how the war started by Russia affects...
- Eesti Pank guarantees the existence of cash
To ensure that people want to use money (the euro) and that they trust it, they have to be confident...
- Commemorative coins
€2 commemorative coins are special circulation coins with a special design on the national side in...
- Euro banknotes
Legally, both the ECB and the central banks of the euro area countries have the right to issue euro...
- Confirmed programme of issuing collector and commemorative coins
The Eesti Pank Executive Board confirmed the programme of issuing collector and commemorative coins...
- Euro coins
The legal issuers of euro coins are the euro area countries. The European Commission coordinates all...
Euro cash has been in use since 2002 and is now used by more than 338 million people in 19 European...
- To professional cash handlers
All cash handlers, including banks, cash transporting companies and currency exchangers must remove...
- Collector and commemorative coins
Collector coins are minted from precious metals with the aim of celebrating very important persons...
- Eesti Pank's priorities among core operations
Participation in decision-making in the Eurosystem and implementation of decisions As a central...
- The 200-euro banknote
The second series of euro ba
- The 100-euro banknote
The second series of euro banknotes has been in circulatio
- Cash and Infrastructure Department
is responsible for the existence and maintenance of the cash reserves required for the smooth...
- The ten-euro banknote
The new ten-euro note entered circulation on 23 September 2014. The new notes continue the theme of...
- The five-euro banknote
The new five-euro note entered circulation on 2 May 2013. The new notes continue the theme of...