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Finance > Overview > RBI > Functions

The Fucntions of the Reserve Bank of India

The main functions of the Reserve Bank of India are to:

  • Maintain financial stability and enable the growth of sound Financial Institutions. This should, in turn, enable monetary stability and allow economic units to carry out their business with confidence.
  • Maintain monetary stability for the business and economic life towards growth and proper functioning of a mixed economic system in the country.
  • Maintain a stable payments and currency system and facilitate safe and efficient execution of financial transactions.
  • Promote a stable financial structure of markets and systems and help it to operate with optimum efficiency
  • Regulate the money and credit supply in the economy to help maintain price stability to a reasonable extent.
  • Ensure credit allocation in line with national economic priorities.


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