The RBM promote the development of a vibrant fincancial markets in Malawi through contracting the Governments's domestic debt for budgetary requirements through issuance and redemption of Treasury Securities, implementation of monetary policy through Open Market Operations (OMO), accumulate and management of official foreign reserves.
Domestic debt management involves, among other functions, issuance and redemption of Government securities comprising of Treasury Bills and Treasury Notes and Bonds which represent investment opportunities for existing and potential investors.
Treasury Notes and Bonds are tradable at the Malawi Stock Exchange. These securiies are issued to the market through an auction process and investors can invest in government securities through auction bidding following prescribed guidelines provided in this website.
All investors in Treasury Bills MUST first open a CSD account at RBM or they can bid through authorized agents that comprise local Commercial Bank, Stock Brokers, Fund Managers etc..
- June 2017 Monthly Economic Review Aug 16, 2017
- Speech by the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Malawi, Dalitso Kabambe, PhD at the Inaugural Financial Inclusion Indaba and Launch of the National Strategy for Financial Inclusion Jul 27, 2017
- Statement by Dalitso Kabambe, PhD Governor of the Reserve Bank of Malawi at the Malawi Stock Exchange Symposium at Sunbird Mount Soche Hotel Blantyre on 26 July, 2017 Jul 26, 2017
- June 2017 NPS Monthly Report 2 Jul 17, 2017
- May 2017 Monthly Economic Review Jul 13, 2017
- Speech by the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Malawi, Dalitso Kabambe, PhD on the Official Launch of the RBM Tip-Offs Anonymous Scheme on 11 July 2017 Jul 12, 2017
- Minutes of the 2nd Monetary Policy Committee Meeting for 2017 Jul 05, 2017