The email addresses of the Finnish Government ministries will change in the course of the second half of 2021. The Ministry of Finance took into use new email addresses with a single ‘gov.fi’ suffix on 20 September.

Nordic and Baltic countries take action to promote digital inclusion

22.11.2021 14.04
Stronger digital inclusion and the European Digital Identity will be on the agenda when the Nordic and Baltic ministers responsible for digitalisation in public administration meet on Friday 26 November.

IMF presented its review of the Finnish economy

19.11.2021 10.04
The International Monetary Fund published its statement on the Finnish economy on Friday 19 November.

Finland continues to rank high in EU digital comparison

12.11.2021 16.00
the Ministerial Working Group on Developing the Digital Transformation, the Data Economy and Public Administration
Finland ranked second in the European Union’s digital performance comparison. The European Commission’s annual Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) monitors the digital performance of EU Member States and tracks their progress in digitalisation. Finland ranked number one in the previous two years, and has been one of the leading countries for several years.

Finland and six other EU Member States support the European Payment Initiative

9.11.2021 12.00
On Tuesday 9 November, Finland and six other EU Member States published a joint statement, expressing their support to the European Payment Initiative aimed at creating a European payment card and a digital wallet.

Government reaches agreement on fourth supplementary budget proposal for 2021

4.11.2021 13.29
The fourth supplementary budget proposal for 2021 will reduce the central government’s net borrowing requirement for this year by approximately EUR 2.2 billion. The proposal takes into account changes in needs estimates resulting from the economic upturn and increases in tax revenue estimates. On the whole, the supplementary budget proposal envisages a reduction of approximately EUR 249 million in appropriations for 2021. In addition, the supplementary budget proposes increasing the tax revenue estimate by EUR 1.5 billion.

EU finance ministers support Finland’s recovery plan

28.10.2021 13.01
Minister of Finance Annika Saarikko.
In a video conference held on Thursday 28 October, the EU finance ministers welcomed the assessment of Finland’s Recovery and Resilience Plan. Minister of Finance Annika Saarikko represented Finland in the conference.

Publications

Budget Review 2020

The Budget Review summarizes the central elements of the Government's budget proposal for 2020.

Budget Review 2020

Economic Survey, autumn 2021

The Finnish economy will grow by 3,3 per cent in 2021, 2,9 per cent in 2022 and 1,4 per cent in 2023.

Economic Survey, autumn 2021

Europe 2020 Strategy

The tenth National Reform Programme describes the measures that the Government has initiated to achieve the national targets.

Europe 2020 Strategy

Ministry of Finance

Ministry of Finance

The Ministry is tasked with establishing, overseeing and reforming the operating framework for public finances and public governance. Our vision is to establish a solid foundation for the economic prosperity and wellbeing of coming generations.

Learn more about the Ministry

Administrative branch

Administrative branch

The Ministry of Finance's administrative branch employs over 12,000 people, most of whom work for the tax and customs administrations.

The Ministry of Finance's administrative branch

Ministers

Annika Saarikko
Annika Saarikko
Minister of Finance
Sirpa Paatero
Sirpa Paatero
Minister of Local Government