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Isle of Man Government
https://www.gov.im/

The Isle of Man Government (Manx: Reiltys Ellan Vannin) is the government of the Isle of Man. The formal head of the Isle of Man Government is the Lieutenant Governor, representing Queen Elizabeth II, Lord of Mann. The executive head is the Chief Minister.

Isle of Man Government - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isle_of_Man_Government

The Isle of Man Government (Manx: Reiltys Ellan Vannin) is the government of the Isle of Man. The formal head of the Isle of Man Government is the Lieutenant Governor, representing Queen Elizabeth II, Lord of Mann. The executive head is the Chief Minister.

Rulers
http://www.rulers.org/

This site contains lists of heads of state and heads of government (and, in certain cases, de facto leaders not occupying either of those formal positions) of all countries and territories, going back to about 1700 in most cases. Also included are the subdivisions of various countries (the links are at the bottom of the respective country entries), as well as a selection of international organizations. Recent foreign ministers of all countries are listed separately.

Cayman Islands Monetary Authority
http://www.cimoney.com.ky/

The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority began operations on 1 January 1997. It was established as a body corporate under the Monetary Authority Law, which was brought into force on that date. Its mission is to protect and enhance the reputation of the Cayman Islands as an International Financial Centre by fully utilising a team of highly skilled professionals and current technology, to carry out appropriate, effective and efficient supervision and regulation in accordance with relevant international standards and by maintaining a stable currency, including the prudent management of the currency reserve.

Cayman Islands Monetary Authority - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cayman_Islands_Monetary_Authority

The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) is the primary financial services regulator of the Cayman Islands and supervises its currency board.

The CIMA manages the Cayman Islands currency, regulates and supervises financial services, provides assistance to overseas regulatory authorities and advises the Cayman Islands government on financial-services regulatory matters.

Institut d'émission d'outre-mer - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Institut_d%27%C3%A9mission_d%27outre-mer

The Institut d'émission d'outre-mer (IEOM) issues the CFP franc, the currency of the French overseas collectivities French Polynesia, New Caledonia, and Wallis and Futuna.

L’Institut d’Emission d’Outre-Mer (IEOM)
http://www.ieom.fr/ieom/

The Institut d’émission d’Outre-Mer (IEOM), a Paris-based national public institution, was founded and chartered by the French government in December 1966 and empowered to issue a uniform currency in the French territories of the Pacific.

In addition to its headquarters in mainland France, IEOM’s presence encompasses New Caledonia, French Polynesia and Wallis-and-Futuna. Also, its mandate covers French southern territories of Antarctica.

As a central bank IEOM provides all central banking services but foreign exchange reserves. IEOM’s duties and activities fall into 5 main categories: issuing the currency; providing economic, financial and statistical data; supervising the banking system; conducting the monetary policy; providing central banking services to the banking community, companies, individuals, and public institutions.

Philatelic and Numismatic Office of the Vatican City State - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philatelic_and_Numismatic_Office_of_the_Vatican_City_State

The Philatelic and Numismatic Office of the Vatican City State (Italian: Ufficio Filatelico e Numismatico) is responsible for issuing Vatican postal stamps and Vatican coins.

While Vatican stamps may only be used within the Vatican City State and the quantity of euro coins is limited by treaty with Italy (the total value of all coins minted in 2002 was restricted to €310,400), Vatican coins and stamps serve as an important sign of Vatican sovereignty, and their scarcity and design makes them popular with collectors.

Philatelic and Numismatic Office - Vatican City State
http://www.vaticanstate.va/content/vaticanstate/en/servizi/ufficio-filatelico-e-numismatico.html

The Vatican City has the possibility to issue a certain quantity of coins which has been arranged by an agreement with Italy and the European community.

Every year some commemorative coins are also releases: generally one 2 Euro coin, two silver coins of 5 and 10 Euros, two gold coins of 20 and 50 euros and since 2008 one 100 Euro Gold coin.

Azienda Autonoma di Stato Filatelica e Numismatica (Republic of San Marino)
http://www.aasfn.sm/

The origins of the Republic’s postal history are as far off as they are illustrious. It all began with a measure adopted by the Prince and Sovereign Council on the 7th of October 1607, which nominated a Postman whose duty was to go to Rimini to pick up incoming mail and leave any to be forwarded, in order to guarantee the population of San Marino contact with the outside world.

Note Printing Australia
http://www.noteprinting.com/

Note Printing Australia (NPA) has been producing Australian banknotes for virtually a century. NPA, as it is now more commonly known in the industry, evolved from the original print works established by T.S. Harrison to produce Australia's first circulating banknote series in 1913.

The company's focus, since inception, has been to generate 'security products' of the highest quality. This philosophy continues today as NPA works with its customers to provide innovative high quality banknotes, passports and security solutions.

NPA is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Reserve Bank of Australia.

Bermuda Monetary Authority
http://www.bma.bm/

The Bermuda Monetary Authority regulates Bermuda's financial services sector. The Authority was established by statute in 1969. Its role has evolved over the years to meet changing needs in the financial services sector. Today it supervises, regulates and inspects financial institutions ​operating in the jurisdiction. It also issues Bermuda’s national currency, manages exchange control transactions, assists other authorities with the detection and prevention of financial crime, and advises Government on banking and other financial and monetary matters.