Italian Minister of Economy and Finance

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Minister of Economy and Finance
Ministro dell'Economia e delle Finanze
Minsitero Economia e Finanze logo.png
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Incumbent
Roberto Gualtieri

since 5 september 2019
Ministry of Economy and Finance
Member ofCouncil of Ministers
High Council of Defence
Eurogroup
Reports toThe Prime Minister
SeatRome
AppointerThe President
Term lengthNo fixed term
PrecursorMinister of Finance
Minister of Treasury
Minister of Budget
Formation11 June 2001; 19 years ago (2001-06-11)
First holderGiulio Tremonti
Websitewww.mef.gov.it

The Italian Minister of Economy and Finance (Italian: Ministro dell'Economia e delle Finanze) is a senior member of the Italian Cabinet who leads the Ministry of Economy and Finance since its creation in 2001 by the fusion of three former ministries, the Ministry of Treasury, the Ministry of Budget and the Ministry of Finance.[1]

The first Minister of Economy and Finance was Giulio Tremonti, of Forza Italia, while the current office holder is Roberto Gualtieri, of the Democratic Party, who has been acting as minister since September 5, 2019.[2]

List of Ministers of Finance, Treasury and Budget (1946–2001)

List of Ministers of Economy and Finance (2001–present)

Parties
Governments
N. Portrait Name
(Born–Died)
Term of office Party Government Ref.
Took office Left office Time in office
1 Giulio Tremonti (2008) (cropped).jpg Giulio Tremonti
(1947–)
11 June 2001 3 July 2004 3 years, 22 days Forza Italia Berlusconi II [3]
2 Domenico Siniscalco.jpg Domenico Siniscalco
(1957–)
16 July 2004 22 September 2005 1 year, 68 days Independent Berlusconi II·III [3]
(1) Giulio Tremonti (2008) (cropped).jpg Giulio Tremonti
(1947–)
22 September 2005 8 May 2006 228 days Forza Italia Berlusconi iII [4]
3 Padoa-Schioppa, Tommaso (IMF portrait, 2008).jpg Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa
(1940–2010)
17 May 2006 8 May 2008 1 year, 357 days Independent Prodi II [5]
(1) Giulio Tremonti (2008) (cropped).jpg Giulio Tremonti
(1947–)
8 May 2008 16 November 2011 3 years, 192 days The People of Freedom Berlusconi IV [6]
4 Mario Monti datisenato 2011.jpg Mario Monti
(1943–)
Acting
16 November 2011 11 July 2012 238 days Independent Monti [7]
5 Vittorio Grilli crop.jpeg Vittorio Grilli
(1957–)
11 July 2012 28 April 2013 291 days Independent [7]
6 Fabrizio Saccomanni.jpg Fabrizio Saccomanni
(1942–2019)
28 April 2013 24 February 2014 302 days Independent Letta [8]
7 Pier Carlo Padoan crop.jpg Pier Carlo Padoan
(1950–)
24 February 2014 1 June 2018 4 years, 97 days Independent /
Democratic Party
Renzi
Gentiloni
[9][10]
8 Giovanni Tria Minister.jpg Giovanni Tria
(1948– )
1 June 2018 5 September 2019 1 year, 96 days Independent Conte I [11]
9 Roberto Gualtieri daticamera.jpg Roberto Gualtieri
(1966–)
5 September 2019 Incumbent 1 year, 14 days Democratic Party Conte II [12]

Timeline

Roberto GualtieriGiovanni TriaPier Carlo PadoanFabrizio SaccomanniVittorio GrilliMario MontiGiulio TremontiTommaso Padoa SchioppaGiulio TremontiDomenico SiniscalcoGiulio Tremonti

See also

References

  1. ^ "Ministri dal 1945 ad oggi" [Ministers from 1945 to present]. Ministero dell'Economia e delle Finanze. Archived from the original on 13 November 2011. Retrieved 23 April 2012.
  2. ^ "Roberto Gualtieri, Ministro dell'Economia e delle Finanze". Ministero dell'Economia e delle Finanze. Retrieved 5 September 2019.
  3. ^ a b "Governo Berlusconi II". governo.it (in Italian). Retrieved 16 July 2020.
  4. ^ "Governo Berlusconi III". governo.it (in Italian). Retrieved 16 July 2020.
  5. ^ "Governo Prodi II". governo.it (in Italian). Retrieved 16 July 2020.
  6. ^ "Governo Berlusconi IV". governo.it (in Italian). Retrieved 16 July 2020.
  7. ^ a b "Governo Monti". governo.it (in Italian). Retrieved 16 July 2020.
  8. ^ "Governo Letta". governo.it (in Italian). Retrieved 16 July 2020.
  9. ^ "Governo Renzi". governo.it (in Italian). Retrieved 16 July 2020.
  10. ^ "Governo Gentiloni". governo.it (in Italian). Retrieved 16 July 2020.
  11. ^ "Governo Conte I". governo.it (in Italian). Retrieved 16 July 2020.
  12. ^ "Governo Conte II". governo.it (in Italian). Retrieved 16 July 2020.