It has come to the attention of The National Reserve Bank of Tonga (Reserve Bank) that the public is engaged in investing with schemes that could fall under the definition of a pyramid scheme. The Reserve Bank warns the general public against participating in any pyramid scheme. If you wish to still participate in such a scheme, it will be at your own risk.

Kuo fakaa’u mai ki he Pangikē Pule Fakafonua ‘a Tongá ha ngaahi fakamatala ‘o fekau’aki pea mo e ‘alu ke tokolahi ange ‘a e kakai ‘o e fonuá ‘oku fakahū ke ma’u ha tupu ‘a ‘enau pa’angá ‘i ha ngaahi kautaha pe kulupu ‘oku hā mai ‘oku ne ma’u ‘a e natula mo e ‘uhinga ‘o ha ngaahi palani pilamita.

The National Reserve Bank of Tonga’s Board of Directors at its board meeting on the 5th of August 2020, approved to maintain its current monetary policy measures. This is to encourage utilization of the excess liquidity in the banking system, through further lending to growth sectors and to support the economy from the impacts of COVID-19.

The National Reserve Bank of Tonga’s Board of Directors at its board meeting on the 6th of November 2020, approved to maintain its current monetary policy measures. This is to encourage utilization of the excess liquidity in the banking system, through further lending to growth sectors and to support the economy from the impacts of COVID-19.

As required by section 4(1) of the Foreign Exchange Control Act 2018, the authority to conduct foreign exchange business in Tonga is restricted only to Authorized Persons licensed by the National Reserve Bank of Tonga. Members of the public are hereby advised that the following entities are Authorized Persons licensed to deal in foreign exchange under the Foreign Exchange Control Act 2018.

All moneylenders or persons conducting a moneylending business are required to be licensed by the Reserve Bank under the Moneylender Act 2018. All persons conducting moneylending business or wish to conduct a moneylending business are kindly requested to contact the National Reserve Bank of Tonga as soon as possible.

The National Reserve Bank of Tonga’s Board of Directors at its board meeting on the 26th June 2020, approved to maintain its current monetary policy measures. This is to encourage utilization of the excess liquidity in the banking system, through further lending to growth sectors and to support the economy from the impacts of COVID-19.

The National Reserve Bank of Tonga’s Board of Directors at its board meeting on the 30th of September 2020, approved to maintain its current monetary policy measures. This is to encourage utilization of the excess liquidity in the banking system, through further lending to growth sectors and to support the economy from the impacts of COVID-19.

The National Reserve Bank of Tonga’s Board of Directors at its board meeting on the 29th May 2020, approved to maintain its current monetary policy measures. This is to encourage utilization of the excess liquidity in the banking system, through further lending to growth sectors and to support the economy from the impacts of COVID-19.

The National Reserve Bank of Tonga’s Board of Directors at its board meeting on the 31st of August 2020, approved to maintain its current monetary policy measures. This is to encourage utilization of the excess liquidity in the banking system, through further lending to growth sectors and to support the economy from the impacts of COVID-19.

The National Reserve Bank of Tonga’s Board of Directors at its board meeting on the 1st May 2020, approved to maintain its current monetary policy measures. This is to encourage utilization of the excess liquidity in the banking system, through further lending to growth sectors and to support the economy from the impacts of COVID-19.

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