Ministry of Finance - Bahrain

Also known as: MOF Last updated on: 30 August 2019

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Business SummaryOversees the financial system in Bahrain including the financial and monetary policies, general budget, supervision of government properties, credit policy, and public investment funds.Country of IncorporationBahrainOwnership TypeGovernmentEstablished In1964Primary SectorGovernmental InstitutionsNumber of Employees350

Contact details

Primary address
Building: Building 100, Block 317
Street: King Faisal Highway, Road 1702
Area: Diplomatic Area
P.O. Box: 333
Country: Bahrain
City: Manama
Region
Capital
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Officers

  • Name availableChief Executive Future Generations Reserves Council
  • Name availableFinancial and Human Resources Director
  • Name availableCorporate Tax Director
  • Name availableValue Added Tax Director
  • Name availableBudget Director
  • Name availableFinancial System Development Director
  • Name availableProjects Director
  • Name availableExternal Economic Relations Director
  • Name availablePrivatization and Outsourcing Director
  • Name availableAudit and Follow-up Director
  • Name availableGovernment Investment Director
  • Name availableTreasury Director
  • Name availableFinancial Information Director
  • Name availableGovernment Properties Affairs Director
  • Name availableHead of Operations and Coordination
  • Name availableActing Economic Studies and Research Director
  • Name availableMinister of Finance

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