The key goal of the Central Bank is to maintain price stability within its competence.
The key goal of the Central Bank performance is also to organize and ensure functioning of centralized interbank and other non-licensed payment systems and foster the banking system stability.
The Central Bank sets and implements the country’s monetary and foreign exchange policy.
The Central Bank organizes cash circulation, issues monetary units to and withdraws from circulation.
The Central Bank unceasingly sets and announces an official exchange rate of the Manat against foreign currencies.
The Central Bank regulates and oversees foreign exchange.
The Central Bank holds and manages international gold – foreign exchange reserves at its disposal.
The Central Bank develops the balance of payments and takes part in compiling the country’s forecast balance of payments, compiles the country’s summary external debt statistics and international investment balance, generalizes and disseminates data.