|Established||December 20, 1999|
|Ownership||Government of Macao SAR|
|Chairman||Chan Sau San (陳守信)|
|Monetary Authority of Macao|
|Portuguese||Autoridade Monetária de Macau|
|Economy of Macau|
|Currency and identity|
|Other Macau topics|
The Monetary Authority of Macao (Chinese: 澳門金融管理局; Portuguese: Autoridade Monetária de Macau, AMCM) is the currency board and the de facto central bank of Macau. The regulatory institution was established on December 20, 1999, upon the transfer of sovereignty over Macau from Portugal to the People's Republic of China as the Macau Special Administrative Region.
It was formerly known as the "Monetary and Foreign Exchange Authority of Macao" (Portuguese: Autoridade Monetaria e Cambial de Macau, AMCM), which was established on 1 July 1989.
According to Decree-law No. 14/96/M of 11 March, the Monetary Authority of Macao carries the following major statutory duties:
The head offices in order:
Rua Pedro Nolasco da Silva, n.º 45, Macau.- Portuguese version
Calçada do Gaio, n.os 24 e 26, Macau- Chinese address: "澳門東望洋斜巷24及26號"