The primary objective of supervision is to promote the stability of the financial system.

Macroprudential supervision focuses on the financial system as a whole, while microprudential supervision aims: (i) to ensure the solvency and financial strength of each institution in the long term and thereby the stability of the financial system, and (ii) to guarantee the security of the funds entrusted to the institutions.

For its part, conduct supervision aims to ensure transparency of the information provided by the supervised entities to their customers in the marketing of financial products and services, ensure compliance with the regulatory framework for these products and services, and ensure fairness in transactions between institutions and their customers, with the ultimate goal of contributing to the efficiency and stability of the financial system.