Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (Colombia)

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Ministry of Finance and Public Credit
Ministerio de Hacienda y Crédito Público
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Ministry Headquarters in Bogotá
Ministry overview
Formed 18 July 1923 (1923-07-18)
Preceding agencies Ministry of Finance
Ministry of the Treasury
Headquarters Carrera 8 № 6-64
Bogotá D.C., Colombia
04°35′38.61″N 74°04′42.02″W / 4.5940583°N 74.0783389°W / 4.5940583; -74.0783389
Annual budget COP$9,304,856,303,466 (2012)[1]
COP$12,645,417,534,968 (2013)[2]
COP$18,101,483,002,550 (2014)[3]
Ministry executives Mauricio Cárdenas Santa María, Minister
Carolina Soto Losada,
Deputy Minister
Andrés Restrepo Montoya,
Deputy Minister
Child agencies DIAN
UIAF
SuperFinanciera
SuperSolidaria
FOGAFIN
FOGACOOP
Website www.minhacienda.gov.co

The Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (Spanish: Ministerio de Hacienda y Crédito Público), is the national executive ministry of the Government of Colombia responsible for the financial and budgetary matters of the country as well as implementing the financial policies passed by Congress, equivalent to the finance ministries of other countries.

The Ministry was created on 18 July 1923 by fusing together the existing Ministries of Finance and of the Treasury.[4]

The Ministry of Finance and Public Credit is active in developing financial inclusion policy and is a member of the Alliance for Financial Inclusion.[5]

List of Ministers of Finance and Public Credit[edit]

No. Minister Took Office Left Office Ref
1 Aristóbulo Archila 15 February 1923 1 December 1924 [6]
2 Jesús María Marulanda Sonsón 18 December 1924 7 August 1926 [6]
3 Juan Antonio Gómez Recuero 7 August 1926 3 January 1927 [7]
4 Salvador Franco 12 January 1927 17 May 1927 [7]
5 Jesús María Esteban Jaramillo Gutiérrez 17 May 1927 18 January 1929 [7]
6 Francisco de Paula Pérez Tamayo 18 January 1929 1 April 1930 [7]
7 Eduardo Vallejo Varela 12 April 1930 7 August 1930 [7]
8 Francisco de Paula Pérez Tamayo 7 August 1930 28 July 1931 [8]
9 Jesús María Marulanda Sonsón 28 July 1931 9 October 1931 [8]
10 Jesús María Esteban Jaramillo Gutiérrez 27 November 1931 7 August 1934 [8]
11 Carlos Echeverri Uribe 7 August 1934 13 August 1934 [9]
12 Marco Aulí 13 August 1934 25 September 1934 [9]
13 Jorge Soto del Corral 26 October 1934 4 April 1936 [9]
14 Gonzalo Restrepo Jaramillo 4 April 1936 27 March 1937 [9]
15 José Joaquín Castro Martínez 27 March 1937 4 June 1937 [9]
16 Gonzalo Restrepo Jaramillo 4 June 1937 2 April 1938 [9]
17 Héctor José Vargas 2 April 1938 7 August 1938 [9]
18 Carlos Lleras Restrepo 7 August 1938 24 March 1941 [10]
19 Gonzalo Restrepo Jaramillo 3 April 1941 26 August 1941 [10]
20 Carlos Lleras Restrepo 26 August 1941 7 August 1942 [10]
21 Alfonso Araújo Gaviria 7 August 1942 23 August 1943 [11]
22 Arcesio Londoño Palacio 23 August 1943 8 October 1943 [11]
23 Carlos Lleras Restrepo 8 October 1943 6 March 1944 [11][12]
24 Gonzalo Restrepo Jaramillo 6 March 1944 19 January 1945 [12][13]
25 Roberto Urdaneta Arbeláez 30 March 1945 9 April 1945 [13]
26 Carlos Sanz de Santamaría 9 April 1945 13 August 1945 [13][14]
27 Francisco de Paula Pérez Tamayo 9 September 1945 27 October 1947 [14][15]
28 José María Bernal Bernal 27 October 1947 7 March 1949 [15]
29 Hernán Jaramillo Ocampo 7 March 1949 7 August 1950 [15]
30 Rafael Delgado Barreneche 7 August 1950 2 February 1951 [16]
31 Antonio Álvarez Restrepo 2 February 1951 13 June 1953 [16][17]
32 Carlos Villaveces Restrepo 13 June 1953 19 September 1956 [18]
33 Néstor Ibarra Yáñez 19 September 1956 4 October 1956 [18]
34 Luis Morales Gómez 4 October 1956 11 May 1957 [18]
35 Antonio Álvarez Restrepo 11 May 1957 18 December 1957 [19]
36 Jesús María Marulanda Sonsón 18 December 1957 7 August 1958 [19]
37 Hernando Agudelo Villa 7 August 1958 1 September 1961 [20]
38 Misael Pastrana Borrero 1 September 1961 16 November 1961 [20]
39 Jorge Mejía Palacio 16 November 1961 7 August 1962 [20]
40 Virgilio Barco Vargas 7 August 1962 5 September 1962 [21]
41 Carlos Sanz de Santamaría 5 September 1962 21 February 1964 [21]
42 Diego Calle Restrepo 21 February 1964 6 August 1964 [21]
43 Hernando Durán Dussán 6 August 1964 23 June 1965 [21]
44 Joaquín Vallejo Arbeláez 14 July 1965 7 August 1966 [21]
45 Abdón Espinosa Valderrama 7 August 1966 7 August 1970 [22]
46 Alfonso Patiño Rosselli 7 August 1970 9 June 1971 [23]
47 Rodrigo Llorente Martínez 9 June 1971 13 April 1973 [23]
48 Luis Fernando Echavarría Vélez 13 April 1973 7 August 1974 [23]
49 Rodrigo Botero Montoya 7 August 1974 23 December 1976 [24]
50 Abdón Espinosa Valderrama 23 December 1976 3 October 1977 [24]
51 Alfonso Palacio Rudas 3 October 1977 7 August 1978 [24]
52 Jaime García Parra 7 August 1978 13 January 1981 [25]
53 Eduardo Wiesner Durán 13 January 1981 7 August 1982 [25]
54 Edgar Gutiérrez Castro 7 August 1982 July 1984 [26]
55 Roberto Junguito Bonnet July 1984 September 1985 [26]
56 Hugo Palacios Mejía September 1985 7 August 1986 [26]
57 César Gaviria Trujillo 7 August 1986 17 June 1987 [27]
58 Luis Fernando Alarcón Mantilla 17 June 1987 7 August 1990 [27]
59 Rudolf Hommes Rodríguez 7 August 1990 7 August 1994 [28]
60 Guillermo Perry Rubio 7 August 1994 3 May 1996 [28][29]
61 José Antonio Ocampo Gaviria 3 May 1996 24 November 1997 [29]
62 Antonio José Urdinola Uribe 24 November 1997 7 August 1998 [30]
63 Juan Camilo Restrepo Salazar 7 August 1998 7 August 2000 [31]
64 Juan Manuel Santos Calderón 18 July 2000 7 August 2002 [32]
65 Roberto Junguito Bonnet 7 August 2002 7 June 2003 [33]
66 Alberto Carrasquilla Barrera 20 June 2003 7 March 2007 [33]
67 Óscar Iván Zuluaga Escobar 7 March 2007 7 August 2010 [34]
68 Juan Carlos Echeverry Garzón 7 August 2010 3 September 2012 [35][36]
69 Mauricio Cárdenas Santa María 3 September 2012 incumbent [36]

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