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List of current finance ministers

This is a list of finance ministers, showing the finance ministers of incumbent heads of government.

States recognised by the United Nations

State Finance minister Party
 Afghanistan Omar Zakhilwal
 Albania Shkëlqim Cani Socialist Party
 Algeria Mohammed Djellab
 Andorra Jordi Cinca Mateos Democrats for Andorra
 Angola Armando Manuel
 Antigua and Barbuda Harold Lovell
 Argentina Axel Kicillof
 Armenia Gagik Khachatryan
 Australia Mathias Cormann
 Austria Michael Spindelegger Austrian People's Party
 Azerbaijan Samir Sharifov
 Bahamas Perry Christie Progressive Liberal Party
 Bahrain Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Khalifa
 Bangladesh Abul Maal Abdul Muhith Bangladesh Awami League
 Barbados Christopher Sinckler Democratic Labour Party
 Belarus Andrei Kharkovets
 Belgium Johan Van Overtveldt
 Belize Dean Barrow United Democratic Party
 Benin Jonas Gbian[1]
 Bhutan Lyonpo Namgay Dorji People’s Democratic Party
 Bolivia Luis Alberto Arce Catacora[2] Independent
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Nikola Špirić Alliance of Independent Social Democrats
 Botswana Kenneth Matambo[3]
 Brazil Guido Mantega Workers' Party
 Brunei Hassanal Bolkiah
 Bulgaria
 Burkina Faso Lucien Marie Noel Bembamba
 Burundi Tabu Abdallah[4]
 Cambodia Aun Porn Moniroth Cambodian People's Party
 Cameroon Alamine Ousmane Mey[5]
 Canada Joseph J. Oliver Conservative Party
 Cape Verde Cristina Duarte[6]
 Central African Republic Remi Yakoro
 Chad Gata Ngoulou
 Chile Alberto Arenas de Mesa
 China Lou Jiwei Communist Party of China
 Colombia Mauricio Cardenas Santa Maria
 Comoros Mohamed Ali Soilihi
 Republic of the Congo Gilbert Ondongo
 Democratic Republic of the Congo Augustin Matata Ponyo Mapon
 Costa Rica Helio Fallas
 Ivory Coast Daniel Kablan Duncan Democratic Party of Côte d'Ivoire – African Democratic Rally
 Croatia Boris Lalovac
 Cuba Lina Olinda Pedraza Rodríguez Communist Party of Cuba
 Cyprus Charis Georgiades Democratic Rally
 Czech Republic Andrej Babiš ANO 2011
 Denmark Bjarne Corydon Social Democrats
 Djibouti Ilyas Moussa Dawaleh
 Dominica Roosevelt Skerrit
 Dominican Republic Simon Lizardo Mezquita
 East Timor Emilia Maria Valeria Pires
 Ecuador Fausto Herrera
 Egypt Hani Qadri Demian Independent
 El Salvador Juan Carlos Caceres Chavez
 Equatorial Guinea Marcelino Owono Edu
 Eritrea Berhane Abrehe
 Estonia Jürgen Ligi Estonian Reform Party
 Ethiopia Sufian Ahmed
 Fiji Josaia Voreqe (Frank) Bainimarama
 Finland Antti Rinne
 France Michel Sapin Socialist Party
 Gabon Christian Magnagna
Gambia Kebba Touray
Georgia Nodar Khaduri
 Germany Wolfgang Schäuble Christian Democratic Union
 Ghana Seth Terkper National Democratic Congress
 Greece Euclid Tsakalotos Coalition of the Radical Left
 Grenada Keith Mitchell
 Guatemala Maria Castro
 Guinea Kerfalla Yansane
 Guinea-Bissau Geraldo Martins
 Guyana Dr. Ashni Singh
 Haiti Marie Carmelle Jean-Marie
 Holy See Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran
 Honduras Wilfredo Cerrato National Party
 Hungary Mihály Varga Fidesz - Hungarian Civic Union
 Iceland Bjarni Benediktsson Independence Party
 India Arun Jaitley Bharatiya Janata Party
 Indonesia Bambang Brodjonegoro
 Iran Ali Tayebnia Independent
 Iraq Safa al-Din al-Safi
(Acting)
 Ireland Michael Noonan Fine Gael
 Israel Yair Lapid Yesh Atid
 Italy Pier Carlo Padoan Independent
 Jamaica Peter Phillips People's National Party
 Japan Tarō Asō Liberal Democratic Party
 Jordan Umayya Toukan
 Kazakhstan Bakhyt Sultanov
 Kenya Henry Rotich
 Kiribati Tom Murdoch
 Kuwait Anas al-Khalid al-Salih
 Kyrgyzstan Olga Lavrova
 Laos Dr. Lien Thikeo
 Latvia
 Lebanon Ali Hassan Khalil Amal Movement
 Lesotho Leketekete Victor Ketso
 Liberia Amara Konneh
Libya Al-Kilani Abd al-Karim al-Jazi
(Disputed)
 Liechtenstein Klaus Tschuetscher
 Lithuania Rimantas Šadžius Social Democratic Party
 Luxembourg Pierre Gramegna
 Macedonia Zoran Stavreski Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization – Democratic Party for Macedonian National Unity
 Madagascar General Herilanto Raveloharison
 Malawi Goodall Edward Gondwe
 Malaysia Najib Razak United Malays National Organisation
 Maldives Abdulla Jihad
 Mali Bouare Fily Sissoko
 Malta Edward Scicluna Labour Party
 Marshall Islands Dennis Momotaro
 Mauritania Thiam Diombar
 Mauritius Dr. Navinchandra Ramgoolam
 Mexico Luis Videgaray Caso Institutional Revolutionary Party
 Micronesia Finley S. Perman
 Moldova Anatol Arapu
 Monaco Marco Piccinini
 Mongolia Mendsaikhan Enkhsaikhan
 Montenegro Radoje Zugic
 Morocco Mohamed Boussaid
 Mozambique Manuel Chang
 Myanmar Win Shein
 Namibia Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila
 Nauru David Adeang
   Nepal Shanker Prasad Koirala
 Netherlands Jeroen Dijsselbloem Labour Party
 New Zealand Bill English New Zealand National Party
 Nicaragua Ivan Acosta
 Niger Gilles Baillet
 Nigeria Aminu Bashir Wali
 North Korea Choe Kwang Jin
 Norway Siv Jensen
 Oman Qaboos bin Said Al Said
 Pakistan Ishaq Dar Pakistan Muslim League (N)
 Palau
 Palestine Ziyad al-Thatha
 Panama Dulcidio De La Guardia
 Papua New Guinea James Marape
 Paraguay Germán Rojas
 Peru Miguel Castilla Independent
 Philippines Cesar Purisima
 Poland Mateusz Szczurek
 Portugal Maria Luís Albuquerque Social Democratic Party
 Qatar Ali Sharif Al Emadi
 Romania Dr. Ioana Petrescu
 Russia Anton Siluanov Independent
 Rwanda Claver Gatete
 Saint Kitts and Nevis Dr. Denzil Llewellyn Douglas
 Saint Lucia Kenny Davis Anthony
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Ralph Everard Gonsalves
 Samoa Liuga Tiatia Faumuina
 San Marino Claudio Felici
 São Tomé and Príncipe Helio Silva Vaz D'Almeida
 Saudi Arabia Ibrahim Abdulaziz Al-Assaf
 Senegal Amadou Ba
 Serbia Lazar Krstić Independent
 Seychelles Pierre Laporte
 Sierra Leone Kaifala Marah
 Singapore Tharman Shanmugaratnam People's Action Party
 Slovakia Peter Kažimír Direction – Social Democracy
 Slovenia Uros Cufer
 Solomon Islands Rick Houenipwela
 Somalia Hussein Abdi Halane
 South Africa Nhlanhla Nene African National Congress
 South Korea Choi Kyoung-hwan
 South Sudan Aggrey Tisa Sabuni Sudan People's Liberation Movement-Juba
 Spain Luis de Guindos People's Party
 Sri Lanka Mahinda Percy Rajapaksa
 Sudan Badr al-Din Mahmoud Abbas
 Suriname -
 Swaziland Martin Gobisandla Dlamini
 Sweden
  Switzerland Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf
 Syria Ismael Ismael
 Tajikistan Abdusalom Qurbonov
 Tanzania Saada Salum Chama Cha Mapinduzi
 Thailand -
 Togo Adji Oteth Ayassor
 Tonga Lisiate ʻAloveita ʻAkolo
 Trinidad and Tobago Larry Howai
 Tunisia Hakim Ben Hammouda
 Turkey Mehmet Şimşek Justice and Development Party
 Turkmenistan Muhammetguly Muhammedow
 Tuvalu Lotoala Metia
 Uganda Maria Kiwanuka
 Ukraine Oleksandr Shlapak
 United Arab Emirates Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum
 United Kingdom George Osborne Conservative Party
 United States Jacob Lew Democratic Party
 Uruguay Danilo Astori Frente Amplio
 Uzbekistan Rustam Azimov
 Vanuatu Maki Simelum
 Venezuela Brigadier General Rodolfo Marco Torres United Socialist Party of Venezuela
 Vietnam Dinh Tien Dung Communist Party of Vietnam
 Yemen
 Zambia Alexander Chikwanda Patriotic Front
 Zimbabwe Patrick Chinamasa Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front

States recognised by at least one United Nations member

State Finance Minister Party
 Abkhazia Vladimir Delba
 Kosovo Besim Beqaj
 Northern Cyprus Hasan Başoğlu
 Taiwan Chang Sheng-ford Kuomintang
 Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic ?
 South Ossetia ?

States not recognised by any United Nations members

State Finance Minister Party
 Nagorno-Karabakh Spartak Tevosyan
 Somaliland Mohamed Hashi Elmi
 Transnistria Elena Georgiyevna Girzhul

See also

References

  1. ^ http://finances.bj/
  2. ^ http://www.economiayfinanzas.gob.bo/index.php?opcion=com_contenido&ver=contenido&id=146&id_item=88
  3. ^ https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/world-leaders-1/world-leaders-b/botswana.html
  4. ^ http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/10/26/us-burundi-economy-finmin-idUSBRE89P0DU20121026
  5. ^ http://m.voanews.com/a/1752265.html
  6. ^ http://www.macauhub.com.mo/en/2013/04/15/cape-verde%e2%80%99s-finance-minister-says-imf-made-a-miscalculation/
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