Financial Guard (Romania)

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Financial Guard
Garda Financiară
Garda Financiara emblema.svg
Coat of Arms of the Financial Guard
Agency overview
DissolvedNovember 2013
Jurisdictional structure
National agency
(Operations jurisdiction)
Operations jurisdictionRomania
Legal jurisdictionAs per operations jurisdiction

Agency executive
  • Adrian Cucu, Comisar general
Parent agencyMinistry of Economy and Finance

The Financial Guard (Romanian: Garda Financiară) was the control agency, subordinated to the Romanian Ministry of Economy and Finance, tasked with the enforcement of the tax laws, prevention and investigation of tax evasion and tax-related fraud. In November 2013 the Financial Guard was disbanded and replaced by the General Directorate for Fiscal Anti-Fraud, a department of the National Agency of Fiscal Administration.[1]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Garda Financiară a murit, trăiască Direcţia Antifraudă" (in Romanian). Realitatea TV. 7 November 2013. Retrieved 22 June 2016.