Ministry of Finance (Taiwan)

Ministry of Finance
Agency overview
Formed March 1912
Jurisdiction  Republic of China
Headquarters Taipei City
Ministers responsible
Parent agency Executive Yuan

The Ministry of Finance of the Republic of China (MOF; Chinese: 中華民國財政部; pinyin: Zhōnghuá Mínguó Cáizhèngbù) is the ministry of the Republic of China (Taiwan) responsible for government revenue, taxation, treasury, government land properties, customs in Taiwan. The current minister is Sheu Yu-jer.

The Ministry of Finance also manages the administration of government land, tobacco and alcohol, deposit insurance for banking customers and export-import banking services.[1]


Ministry of Finance

Internal Structure

The internal structure of the agency is comprised:[2]

Administrative Agencies

The Ministry of Finance has a number of subordinate agencies reporting to it. They are:[1]

Local Agencies under supervision

The following agencies report to the Ministry of Finance of the central government are:

Subordinate agencies

These subordinate agencies report to the Ministry of Finance:[3]

List of Ministers of Finance

The following is a list of finance ministers of the Republic of China.

Nationalist government during 19281947


Appointed by Chiang Kai-shek:

Appointed by Yen Chia-kan:


Appointed by Chiang Ching-kuo:


Appointed by Lee Teng-hui:


Appointed by Chen Shui-bian:


Appointed by Ma Ying-jeou:


Appointed by Lin Chuan:


The MOF building is accessible by walking distance East of Xiaonanmen Station of the Taipei Metro on the Green Line.

Notes and references

See also

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