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Directorate General for Treasury

  1. The Directorate-General for Treasury is responsible for ensuring the general guidance and integrated coordination of the MoF services with tasks in the area of Accounting, Payments, Autonomous Public Authorities and Financial Decentralization.
  2. The DGT has the following tasks:
    • Ensure the implementation and integrated execution of the national policy for the areas under its scope, in accordance with the Government’s programme and with the superior guidelines issued by the Minister;
    • Oversee public accounting, the legality and regularity of the financial administration of the State, as well as the management of the central treasury of the State and its articulation with the monetary policy and public funding;
    • Ensure the issuance and management of public debt;
    • Supervise and control aspects related with Autonomous Public Authorities;
    • Promote decentralized financial services to the populations;
    • Articulate with the Central Bank the effective management of State payments and balances;
    • Any others given to it by law.

The Directorate-General for Treasury consists of the following national directorates:

  • National Directorate of Accounting and Financial Regulation;
  • National Directorate of Payments;
  • National Directorate of Financial Decentralization;


Further information

⇒ Ministerial Diploma: Organic Statute of the Directorate General for Treasury
⇒ Organic Structure Chart: Treasury Directorate
⇒ Profile: General Director of Treasury