Ministry of Finance of Georgia

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Ministry of Finance of Georgia
საქართველოს ფინანსთა სამინისტრო
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Logo of MoF
Agency overview
Superseding agency
  • State Ministry on Conflict Resolution Issues
Headquarters N16, V. Gorgasali str. Tbilisi, Georgia 0114
Annual budget 100 million (2015)[1]
Agency executive
Website www.mof.ge

The Ministry of Finance (Georgian: საქართველოს ფინანსთა სამინისტრო) is a governmental agency within the Cabinet of Georgia in charge of regulating the financial sector in the Republic of Georgia. Incumbent minister is Dimitry Kumsishvili.

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Main functions of the ministry is regulation of financial sector by ensuring sustainable economic development and financial stability; enforcing state policies on financial issues, budgeting and taxes; ensuring stability of state finances and development of financial markets in the country; attracting foreign creditors to Georgian economy; improvement of budgeting, tax forecasting, financial mechanisms; ensuring financial control over budgetary funds and spending; treasury development, revenue mobilization, provision of state budget funds management and controlling movement of funds within Georgia.[2]

List of Ministers of Finance[edit]

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