Financial System Stability


Financial System Stability is one of the main objectives of the Central Bank.

Major Functions

Find how the Central Bank of Sri Lanka supervises and regulates major financial entities in Sri Lanka.

Banking Sector

Read about the banking sector in Sri Lanka, which comprises Licensed Commercial Banks (LCBs) and Licenced Specialised banks (LSBs).

Non Bank Finance and Leasing Sector

Non-Bank Finance and Leasing Sector includes Licensed Finance Companies (LFCs) and Specialised Leasing Companies (SLCs).

Primary Dealers

Find about the role of Department of Supervision of Non-Bank Financial Institutions responsiblity for supervising PDs.

Microfinance Sector

The microfinance sector in Sri Lanka has grown into a diverse range of institutions and products and represent a significant method of financial inclusion, and empowerment for the low income and poor segments of the society. Find here more about microfinance sector.

Money Broking Industry

Read more about Money Broking Industry in this section.

Macroprudential Surveillance

The CBSL recognizes the importance of a more comprehensive macroprudential approach, which goes beyond supervision at the individual firm level to look at broad market and economic factors that could have a material impact on the overall financial stability of the country.