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Regulatory Development

Regulatory Development

The Central Bank of the UAE regulates and supervises financial services companies operating in the UAE.

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Financial Stability

Financial Stability

The Financial Stability Department (FSD) helps to maintain and promote financial stability in the UAE by conducting analyses to assess the potential risks and vulnerabilities facing the country’s financial system, and by supporting CBUAE’s financial stability decision-making.

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Reserve Management

Reserve Management

Our Reserve Management department manages the UAE’s official foreign exchange reserves.

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Islamic Finance

Islamic Finance

The Islamic Finance industry is growing at an accelerated pace, exceeding USD 2.44 trillion in assets globally, and recording a growth rate of 11.4%. The Islamic Finance industry is primarily manifested in banking, insurance (Takaful) and asset management sectors.

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Anti Money Laundering (AML)

Anti Money Laundering (AML)

The CBUAE established a dedicated Department in August 2020 to handle all Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism matters (AML/CFT) which the Banking Supervision Department handled previously.

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FinTech & Digital Transformation

FinTech & Digital Transformation

Launched by The CBUAE in 2020, the Fintech Office aims to build a mature Fintech ecosystem in the UAE and position the UAE as the foremost Fintech hub regionally and globally.

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Risk Management

Risk Management

The Risk Management and Compliance Department is the second line of defence for the CBUAE, responsible for the management and oversight of the financial risks and non-financial risks.

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Supervision

Supervision

The key supervisory objective of the CBUAE, consistent with the BCBS Core Principles for Effective Banking Supervision, is to promote the safety and soundness of licensed financial institutions, in particular those in the banking, insurance, payments and remittance sectors.

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Monetary Policy & Domestic Markets

Monetary Policy & Domestic Markets

The CBUAE is mandated to define and implement its monetary policy objectives through the formulation of the Dirham Monetary Framework. By developing and deploying related liquidity management facilities, the CBUAE is able to maintain the soundness and stability of the established monetary system in the UAE.

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Payments and Settlements

Payments and Settlements

Payment Systems are considered an important pillar in the financial market infrastructure. Accordingly, the CBUAE leads the establishment, development, operation and oversight of the payment systems in the UAE. The different services of these financial infrastructure systems are offered to participating institutes, which extend such services to their different customers.

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Enforcement

Enforcement

The Enforcement Department’s core functions are to support the strategic objectives of the CBUAE through a disciplined twofold approach: protection and deterrence.

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Currency and Coins

Currency and Coins

In 1973, the UAE Currency Board issued the nation’s first banknotes. In 1982, the CBUAE released a second issue of UAE paper currency, following the transition from the UAE Currency Board to the CBUAE, instituted by Union Law No. (10) of 1980.

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