Central Bank of Russia

About ”Central Bank of Russia”

     The Bank of Russia has special legal status established by Article 75 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation. It grants the Bank of Russia the exclusive right to issue currency and to protect the ruble and ensure its stability, which is the main function of the Bank of Russia. The Bank of Russia conducts its activities independently from other federal bodies of state power, regional authorities and local governments. The status, goals, functions and powers of the Bank of Russia are defined by Federal Law No. 86-FZ, dated 10 July 2002, ‘On the Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia)’ and by other federal laws.


The mission of the Bank of Russia is to ensure financial and pricing stability and to contribute to the development of a competitive financial market.

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