The Australian Central Bank -- rba.gov.au
Australia's central bank. It implements government monetary policy and manages the note issue.
Australia's central bank; came into being in 1959 when the central banking activities of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia were transferred to the new entity. The RBA's role combines that of guardian of the financial system and confidant to the Federal Government. It has responsibility for the banking system and authorised dealers, as well as overseeing the activities of Australia's financial markets.
Australia's central bank, with responsibility for the banking system, authorised dealers and financial markets.
Founded in 1959, the RBA is Australia's central bank, closely tied to the Federal Government, and guardian and overseer of Australia’s financial system and markets.
The Central Bank in Australian which is responsible for determining monetary policy and the overall stability of the financial system.
The Reserve Bank of Australia came into being on the 14 January 1960 to operate as Australia's central bank and banknote issuing authority. The bank offers banking services to the Federal Government, and to licensed banks that participate in the payments system. It is headed by the Governor of the Reserve Bank, Glenn Stevens.