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  • The Ministry of Finance exists to ensure macro-economic
    stability for promotion of sustainable economic growth
    and development of Ghana

    Welcome to the
    Ministry of Finance
  • The Accra Action Charter
    The first Accra Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Investment Fair was held at
    the Kempinski Hotel on 5th December, 2018 with a call for effective collaboration
    between government and the private sector to ensure that the agreed targets and
    indicators of the SDGs were achieved as well as identify the financial gaps acting
    as impediments.

  • German Federal Minister for Development and Cooperation’s call on Ken Ofori-Atta
    The Hon. Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta on Thursday, August 30, 2018, hosted the
    German Federal Minister for Development and Corporation, Dr. Gerd Müller,
    at the Ministry of Finance (MoF). The visit of the German Federal Minister is part of
    the state visit by German Chancellor, Angela Merkel.

  • With Investment MoU, U.S. and Ghana Launch new Chapter in Bilateral Relations
    The U.S. Secretary of Commerce, Wilbur Louis Ross led a delegation from the
    Presidential Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa (PAC-DBIA) on a four-day
    visit to Ghana. The visit was part of a fact-finding mission conducted by the
    U.S. President’s PAC-DBIA.

  • MOF Inaugurates ICT Steering Committee and Communications/Branding Committee
    Hon. Kwaku Kwarteng, Deputy Minister for Finance, (Revenue) has inaugurated two committees
    namely, Ministry of Finance Information Communication Technology (ICT) Steering Committee
    and the MoF Communications/Branding Committee

  • Public Private Partnership Projects
    The objective of Public Private Partnership Project (PPP) for Ghana is
    to improve the legislative, institutional, financial, fiduciary and technical
    framework to generate a pipeline of bankable public private partnership projects.
    There are three components to the project, the first component being
    institutional, fiduciary, legislative, and financing capacity building...

News Update

  • Request for Expression of Interest (EOI) for Lead Managers

    The Ministry of Finance of the Government of Ghana requests a written proposal from reputable financial institutions as International Bookrunner(s) and Lead Manager(s) for the 2019 international funding programme to commence immediately. The 2019 Budget Statement and Economic Policy outlined Government’s intention to raise up to US$3.00 Billion.

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  • Request for Expression of Interest (EOI) for Co-Managers

    The Ministry of Finance of the Government of Ghana requests a written proposal from reputable domestic financial institutions and investment dealers licensed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as Co-Manager(s) for the 2019 international funding programme. The 2019 Budget Statement and Economic Policy outlined Government’s intention to raise up to US$3.00 Billion.

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  • Request for Expression of Interest (EOI) for Legal Counsel

    The Ministry of Finance of the Government of Ghana intends to undertake the 2019 international funding programme as stipulated in the 2019 Budget Statement and Economic Policy. In this regard, we are interested in procuring the services of a local legal firm to act as Legal Counsel to advise the Ministry on particular legal issues concerning the programme.

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  • Finance Minister Hosts Yale University Students

    Hon. Ofori-Atta holds an MBA from the University and the first African to be honoured Donaldson Fellow, which recognized him as an alumnus who has demonstrated personal and professional accomplishments of the school’s mission to educate leaders for business and society.

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  • Fiscal, and Financial Stability Councils now Established

    The President, in exercise of his constitutional powers (Article 58), a week ago, on 28th December, 2018 (Ghana Gazette No. 173), established two major Councils that will offer independent advice on fiscal responsibility and ensure the stability of the entire financial system (across all the sub-sectors, from banking through pensions & fund/asset management to insurance etc) respectively.

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  • 2019 Medium Term Debt Management Strategy (MTDS)

    The aim of the MTDS is to support Government’s strategy in implementing the 2019 budget and over the medium term by ensuring that the government’s financial requirement and payment obligations are met at the lowest cost with prudent degree of risk in line with Medium Fiscal Framework.

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  • January 2019 2-Year & 3-Year Treasury Bond Issuance

    Book-build opens 9:00 AM, Wednesday January 2, 2019. Revised Pricing Guidance (released as necessary during the Book-build). Revised and Final Pricing Guidance (released as necessary during the Book-build). Books are expected to close around 2:30 PM on Thursday, January 3, 2019.

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  • Government’s Issuance Calendar for First Quarter, 2019

    The calendar is developed based on the 2019 Net Domestic Financing as stipulated in the 2019 Budget and Economic Policy of Government, domestic debt maturities and the Medium Term Debt Management Strategy (MTDS) for 2019-2022. The calendar shows the securities that are intended to be issued for the period January to March, 2019.

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  • The Accra Action Charter

    We, Business Leaders and high-level representatives of Business Associations, and Philanthropic Organizations haven met in Accra for the Sustainable Development Goals Investment Fair: Agree that the 2030 Agenda is transformative, universal and places people and planet at the center and that the goals are interconnected by the three dimensions of sustainable development: economic, social and environment.

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  • December 2 - Year Treasury Bond Issuance

    Book-build opens 9:00 AM, Wednesday December 5, 2018. Revised Pricing Guidance (released as necessary during the Book-build). Revised and Final Pricing Guidance (released as necessary during the Book-build). Books are expected to close around 2:00 PM on Thursday, December 6, 2018.

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  • The Accra SDGs Impact Investment Fair

    The Sustainable Development Goals and targets cannot thrive on public finance alone as their only source of funding. Strategic collaboration between public and private actors in leveraging financing is needed to achieve the ambitious targets. SDG investments are a new generation of impact and social investment strategies designed to attract private investments towards the SDGs while ensuring financial returns for investors.

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  • The 2019 Budget Statement and Economic Policy of Government

    The theme for this year’s budget is “A Stronger Economy, for Jobs and Prosperity”. The budget represents the third of four annual budget statements of the government. It, therefore, offers us an opportunity to take a mid-term review of the performance of the Government in managing the economy and how we intend to accelerate the programme of growing the economy.

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  • Ghana's SDG Budget Baseline Report

    The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide a dynamic framework for Ghana’s transformation. They align with President Akufo-Addo’s vision of Ghana Beyond Aid, a long-term economic and social transformation strategy. This SDG Budget Baseline Report marks the beginning of the development of a methodology and framework that can help us ensure that our financial priorities are aligned with essential SDG target in future budget’s.

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  • November 2018 2-Year Treasury Bond Issuance

    Book-build opens 9:00 AM, Wednesday November 7, 2018. Revised Pricing Guidance (released as necessary during the Book-build). Revised and Final Pricing Guidance (released as necessary during the Book-build). Books are expected to close around 2:00 PM on Thursday, November 8, 2018.

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  • October 2018 3-Year Treasury Bond Issuance

    Book-build opens 9:00 AM, Wednesday October 17, 2018. Revised Pricing Guidance (released as necessary during the Book-build). Revised and Final Pricing Guidance (released as necessary during the Book-build). Books are expected to close around 2:00 PM on Thursday, October 18, 2018.

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  • MOF has Launched the Public Investment Management System (PIMS)

    Hon. Ken Ofori-Atta, Minister for Finance has launched the Public Investment Management System (PIMS) at a ceremony at Alisa Hotel.The PIMS will run as a database for all public infrastructure projects, irrespective of their funding sources. It will transmit prioritized coded projects through the Public Investment Plan (PIP), the budget module and implemented in GIFMIS financial.

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  • Response To The Ghanaian Times Publication

    We refer to a publication in the Ghanaian Times on Monday 8th October, 2018 with regard to the use of petroleum revenues, specifically the Annual Budget Funding Amount (ABFA). In a statement attributed to the Coordinator of the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) the Ghanaian Times asserts that the Ministry of Finance could not account for GH¢403.7 million of ABFA funds.

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  • 2017 State Ownership Report

    The medium to long-term outlook is indeed positive. As we resolve to grow this country beyond aid, it is important that our State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) are run efficiently so they can positively contribute to the nation’s economic transformation agenda. Like all business enterprises, SOEs are affected by prevailing economic conditions.

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