Her Majesty’s Treasury London

Her Majesty’s Treasury also known as HM Treasury or simply Treasury is the UK’s department that develops and implements the Public finance and economic policy. Treasuries have a history dating back to 11th century as a place where the king kept his treasure. The head was called Lord Treasurer. After 1714 the treasuries worked under a commissioner known as Lord of Treasury. At the start of world war I the authority of issuance of currency notes was given to HM Treasury which kept issuing notes until 1928 after which the power was given back to the banks.  Some executive agencies of HM Treasury are Asset Protection Agency, The Royal Mint and UK Debt Management Office.

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    Facilities & Services

    HM Treasury is responsible to form lagislations regarding economic and public finance policy of UK. some of it's services are given below.

    Financial Services

    Credit easing, Financial services policy agenda, Financial stability and The Financial Services Bill, Anti-money laundering & counter terrorist finance.


    Corporate tax, Indirect tax, Public Service Pensions (PSP) and Taxation of Foreign Branches.

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    Organization Structure

    -Permanent secretary

    --Second permanent secretary

    --- Director general

    ---- Director

    ----- Deputy directors

    ------ Head of Units

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    Operational Hours

    The operational hours of HM Treasury are from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

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    How to Contact

    The HM Treasury can be contacted at the below mentioned contact number and email.

    Contact: +44 20 7270 4558
    Email: public.enquiries@hm-treasury.gov.uk

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    1 Horse Guards Road, London SW1A 2HQ, United Kingdom.

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    How to Get to HM Treasury

    By Tube

    From the Westminster tube station, move west on Bridge St/A302 toward Canon Row. Keep following A302 and continue onto Great George St/A3214. Continue onto Birdcage Walk. Turn right onto Horse Guards Rd. The HM Treasury will be on the right. View Map

    By Bus

    The nearest bus stop is called ‘Westminster, Parliament Square (Stop H)‎’. Bus number148 will take you to this stop. From the bus stop, north on Parliament Square/A302toward A3214. Continue to follow A3212. Continue onto Great George St/A3214. Continue onto Birdcage Walk and turn right onto Horse Guards Rd. The HM Treasury will be on the right side.

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