Ministry of Finance (Adammia)

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Ministry of Finance
Logo of the ministry

White Gold Palace in Imperial City; the Ministry of Finance is in the upper left window
Ministry overview
Formed1 September 2013
JurisdictionEmpire of Adammia
HeadquartersImperial City
Minister responsible
Child agencies

The Ministry of Finance is the government department responsible for public finance, taxation and the economy in the Empire of Adammia. It was one of the original eight Ministries created by the Government Ministries Act 2013 on 1 September 2013.

The current Minister of Finance is the Prime Minister, Lord Charles Michael. In recent years, it has been common for prime ministers to appoint themselves to the Ministry of Finance due to its central role in government. The Ministry of Finance operates three child agencies. These are His Majesty's Imperial Treasury, the Imperial Land Registry, and the Economic Development Agency.


Portrait Name Term of office Political party Prime Minister Notes
HG Sir Reginald Hall DPM COA 1 September 2013 28 October 2017 Labour HIH Emperor Mother Jayne Belcher

HG Sir Paul McKenna
HIH Prince Jake

Oversaw the creation of the Contributions Scheme, the Economy Act 2014, and several budgets.
HG Sir Alex Helliker DPM KOV 28 October 2017 3 December 2017 Moderate HIH Prince Jake Provisional appointment.
Sir Owain Davies KM 3 December 2017 23 October 2018 Independent Lord Helliker
HG Lord Sir Juliano Saunders PM COA 23 October 2018 10 October 2019 Storm Party Lord Saunders First Prime Minister to appoint themself as finance minister.
Lord Sir Charles Michael PM KOA 10 October 2019 14 October 2020 Liberal-Moderate Party Lord Michael
Lord Sam Maude MP KCM 14 October 2020 25 October 2021 Independent Party Lord Saunders
Rt. Hon. Lord James Green MP PM COA 25 October 2021 7 December 2022 Liberal-Moderate Party Lord Green
HG Lord Charles Michael PM COA 7 December 2022 Incumbent Liberal-Moderate Party Lord Michael Oversaw the merger of the Imperial Companies Agency and the National Employment Agency into the Economic Development Agency.

See also