|Minister of Finance of Hungary|
25 November 1924 – 5 September 1928
|Preceded by||Frigyes Korányi|
|Succeeded by||Sándor Wekerle Jr.|
May 30, 1880|
|Died||7 August 1950
Budapest, People's Republic of Hungary
|Political party||Unity Party|
Noble János Bud de Budfalva (30 May 1880 - 7 August 1950) was a Hungarian politician, who served as Minister of Finance between 1924 and 1928. After finishing his law studies he worked for the National Statistical Office. From 1910 he served as secretary aide for the Ministry of Trade. He taught statistic on the University of Budapest. István Bethlen appointed him Minister of Food in 1922. After 1928 he served as Minister of Economic and Minister of Trade. His financial politics the consolidation was in the service of a landowner tycoon's interests.
- Alexandru FILIPAȘCU, Enciclopedia familiilor nobile maramureșene de origine română/ The encyclopedia of noble families of a romanian origin in Maramureș county, by Ion and Livia Piso, Ed. Eikon, 2015, p.150-153, ISBN 978-606-711-318-1.
|Minister of Finance
Sándor Wekerle Jr.
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