The IMF monitors the economic policies of its member countries.
The BIS acts as the "bank for central banks".
The OECD is an important discussion forum for its 30 member countries "sharing a commitment to democratic government and the market economy”.
The National Bank plays an active part in the work of a range of committees and working groups operating under the aegis of the European Union institutions.
The WTO is concerned with the rules governing trade between countries.
The active role played by the National Bank in the sphere of international cooperation is based on its responsibilities as a central bank and a member of the Eurosystem. That role is often linked to its task of promoting monetary and financial stability.