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Administration of the Treasury
Update 13 may 2013
BELGIAN STABILITY PROGRAMME AVAILABLE
The Belgian Stability Programme sets out the fiscal policy stance and targets for the period 2013-2016. It should be read in conjunction with the National Reform Programme (source: site European Commission - European Union).
Soon you will be able to consult the Stability Programme online on this site.
THE SPECIAL PROTECTION FUND SAFEGUARDS YOUR SAVINGS AND YOUR LIFE INSURANCE UP TO 100,000 EUROS
If your bank or your insurance institute can no longer fulfil its commitments (in case of failure or refund refusal), you can recover your money under certain conditions via the State-established protection funds (Protection Fund and Special Protection Fund).
Further information is available on the website Special Protection Fund (Administration of the Treasury (FPS Finance) – only in Dutch and French).
Update 12 October 2010
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Belgium's Stability Programme (En, Nl, Fr) Central Service of the Fixed Expenses - Child benefits (Nl, Fr) Central Service of the Fixed Expenses - Pensions (Nl, Fr) Central Service of the Fixed Expenses - Salaries (Nl, Fr) Deposit and Consignment Office (Nl, Fr) Dormant accounts (Nl, Fr, En, De) Financing of the State, Financial Markets and Services (Nl, Fr) Internal Audit of the Federal Treasury (Nl, Fr) International and European Financial Affairs (IEFA) (En, Nl, Fr) Ledgers (Nl, Fr) National Disaster Relief Fund (NL, FR) National Office of Securities (Nl, Fr) Public Debt Agency (En, Nl, Fr) Special Protection Fund (Nl, Fr) Royal Belgian Mint (En, Nl, Fr)
Federal Fiscal Administrations Federal Public Service Finance Research and Documentation Department & High Council of Finance
Administrator-general Belgian federal Treasury: M Marc Monbaliu
Administrator International and European Financial Affairs (IEFA): M Frans Godts
Administrator Financing of the State, Financial Markets and Services: M Alexandre De Geest
Administrator Payments: not communicated yet
Administration of the Treasury
Avenue des Arts 30
M Eric Watteau
Phone +32 (0)257 480 80
Fax +32 (0)257 958 33
Mrs B. Degeest
The three main missions entrusted to the Administration of the Treasury (in short: the Treasury) are:
the centralisation and accounting processing of all revenues and expenditure of the Federal Government the management of the public debt the payment of the salaries, wages and pensions of the staff of most of the State's administrations
The Treasury also has the authority to carry out the following missions:
the study and follow-up of international, European and domestic, monetary and financial issues the issue and minting of coins the supervision of and control over public-interest institutions and the management of the State's financial holdings in certain institutions
Furthermore, the administrator-general of the Treasury is officially in charge of 3 funds that operate distinctly from the Treasury:
the Deposit and Consignment Office the National Distress Fund the National Fund for War Pensions
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