CENTRAL BANKS RULE THE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND EVERY COUNTRY IS IN DEBT. Strange How Everybody Thinks Rothschild Owns All The Central Banks And Yet There Are Countries That Clearly Have A Central Bank That Is Not Owned By Them. Rothschild disinformation does not help when trying to sift through misinformation to ascertain the truth.
There is much disinformation that circulates concerning central banks.
As an organization of central banks, the BIS seeks to make monetary policy more predictable and transparent among its 60-member central banks, except in the case of Eurozone countries which forfeited the right to conduct monetary policy in order to implement the euro.—Bank for International Settlements
The following is a list of countries that do not have central banks according to Wikipedia:
North Korea is not listed on Wikipedia. In 2000 CE, Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Cuba, North Korea, and Iran were listed as not having a central bank.
As for the Rothschilds owning central banks, you will find that that they own much less than what there are myths generated. Sovereign central banks (or as some are known: reserve banks, monetary authorities or state banks) are declared independent of governments, so that they can putatively function without undue influence of the government of the day.
The Federal Reserve System (USA) is the most egregrious example of a bank that is not owned by the people of the nation it supposedly serves. The Bank of England was nationalized in 1946 and the owners were issued government stock. On 6th of February, 2015, the chancellor announced that the government would redeem 3% Treasury Stock that was paid to purchase the Bank of England when it was nationalized in 1946 in full on 8 May 2015. 
One thing that you may notice in the constitution (the charter) of a central bank is there will most probably be a clause that permits the independent bank, which is owned by the people of the country that it serves, to be owned by overseas interests—a very odd inclusion for a sovereign entity to have.
What is worth bearing in mind is that whoever has control or influence over the BIS has control and influence over all the central banks—as does the International Monetary Fund.