The Central Reserve Bank of Argentina is a self-regulating entity subject to all the regulations contained within the National Organic Charter. The Central Bank has the responsibility to promote the country's monetary and financial stability, as well its social and economic development.
The circular establishes the Central Bank's functions. The Central Bank's most important duties are to regulate the functioning of the financial system, manage the monetary base, set referential interest rates, determine an appropriate exchange rate policy, and contribute to the optimal operation of capital markets.
This circular also establishes the Board of Director's member selection process and structure.