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Our Mission : To contribute towards the sustainable economic growth and development of Seychelles through prudent monetary policy and maintenance of a sound financial system

Welcome to the official website of the Central Bank of Seychelles

The primary objective of the Bank is to promote domestic price stability. The other objectives of the Bank are -

a) to advise the Government on banking, monetary and financial matters, including the monetary implications of proposed fiscal, credit policies or operations of the Government; and

b) to promote a sound financial system. Read more

As at the second quarter of 2014 the Reserve Money target is calculated on a quarterly average basis. For the second quarter of 2017, the quarterly average target is R3,077 million. This is surrounded by a symmetrical three per cent band whereby the upper bound of the band serves as the performance criterion (PC) or indicative target (ceiling).


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Recent Updates

Press Release - Revocation of Bureau de Change Licence of Exotic Exchange

26 Jun 2017

Banks' Interest Rates 23.06.2017

26 Jun 2017

BSD RFP Cash Cycle Management and Operations 2017

21 Jun 2017

Commercial Bank's Applicable Rates on Deposits and Lending

20 Jun 2017

RFP National Payment Switch

20 Jun 2017

CBS Balance Sheet Apr 2017

13 Jun 2017

Commercial Bank's Applicable Rates on Deposits and Lending

12 Jun 2017

Press Release - Office of the Governor - Imposter Facebook Profile

09 Jun 2017

Consolidated Average Rates of Authorized Dealers

(June 26, 2017)
Buying Selling Mid-Rate Daily Change
USD 13.5021 13.8192 13.6607 0.0046
EUR 15.0674 15.4576 15.2625 0.0156
GBP 16.9392 17.6289 17.2841 0.1174

Interbank Lending Rate for Week Ending 16-Jun-2017  Rate is  3.10 %

Inflation Rate for May 2017

Year on Year

12 Month Average

Month on Month

3.2 %

0.4 %


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Average Interest Rates on T-Bills as at 23 June, 2017




5.23 %

5.53 %

5.84 %

Read more Application for T-Bills


  • Procurement Policy

    The Central Bank of Seychelles’ (CBS) procurement activities are guided by its Procurement Policy. To better align these with best international practices and those of Government, in March 2015 the CBS’ Board approved revisions to the Policy. The Policy sets out amongst other things the approved procurement methods, bidding process, bid evaluation, award of contract, complaints handling and terms of contract.

    To access the abridged version of the Procurement Policy please click this link.

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  • Full subscription of DBS Bonds

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