Banco de México



Banco de México, is the nation’s central bank, autonomous in its operations and management as mandated by the Mexican Constitution. Its primary objective is to provide the economy with domestic currency and to procure the stability of the currency’s purchasing power, as well as to promote both the sound development of the financial system and the adequate functioning of the payment systems.

Banco de México began operating on September 1, 1925. Issuing and regulating the circulation of currency were among the functions of the new central bank.