Bavarian State Ministry of Finance and Home
Bavarian State Ministry of Finance and Homeland
|State level||Free State of Bavaria|
|position||Supreme state authority|
Additional seat: Nuremberg
|Authority management||Minister of State Albert Füracker|
|Budget volume||EUR 2.865 billion (2020)|
The Bavarian State Ministry of Finance and Home is a ministry of the Free State of Bavaria with its seat in Munich and another seat in Nuremberg . Around 29,250 employees work in his division. The designation was the Bavarian State Ministry of Finance (StMF) until October 2013 and the Bavarian State Ministry of Finance, for Regional Development and Homeland (StMFLH) until November 2018 .
In the course of the state elections in Bavaria in 2018 , the previous Minister of State for Finance Albert Füracker ( CSU ) was confirmed in his office on November 12, 2018 . He has been the successor to Markus Söder ( CSU ), who was elected Bavarian Prime Minister on March 16, 2018 , since March 21, 2018 . Head of office is Ministerialdirektor Harald Hübner.
Tasks and responsibilities
In addition to the state budget , financial planning and cash and accounting, it is also responsible for the public service , surveying administration and the administration of the state companies . It is the carrier of BayernWLAN .
- Bavarian main mint in Munich
- Bavarian State Tax Office (BayLfSt) in Munich
- Bavarian administration of the state palaces, gardens and lakes in Munich
- University for Public Service in Bavaria in Munich
- Finance courts in Munich and Nuremberg
- State Office for Finance (LfF) in Würzburg
- State Office for Digitization, Broadband and Surveying Bavaria (LDBV) with 51 offices for digitization, broadband and surveying in Munich
- State Office for Security in Information Technology (LSI) in Nuremberg
Supervision of own operations and investments
The Ministry is responsible for the following state-owned companies :
- State Hofbräuhaus in Munich
- Bavarian State Brewery Weihenstephan
- State baths Bad Reichenhall , Bad Steben , Bad Kissingen , Bad Brückenau and Bad Bocklet
- State shipping
- State Lottery Administration
- State court cellar Würzburg
- Real estate Free State of Bavaria
- Bavarian main mint
- Bavarian port administration
- Bavarian state power plants
The Ministry also manages the Free State of Bavaria's holdings in commercial companies, e.g. B.
- Munich Airport GmbH
- Nuremberg Airport GmbH
- LfA Förderbank Bayern
- BayernLB Holding AG
- Messe München GmbH
- Messe Nürnberg GmbH
The official seat is the Palais Leuchtenberg , Odeonsplatz 4, next to the Bavarian State Ministry of the Interior and for Integration. The building was built by the Munich architect Leo von Klenze . On February 20, 2014, Minister Markus Söder inaugurated the second office, the Home Office, in the building of the former State Bank , Bankgasse 9, in Nuremberg , not far from the Lorenz Church . The building was built by the Munich architect Sep Ruf in the years 1950–1951.
First official building of the ministry in Munich: The Palais Leuchtenberg
- Bavarian State Ministry of Finance and Homeland: Minister Albert Füracker. Retrieved May 1, 2020 .
- Bavarian State Ministry of Finance and for Home: Employees. Retrieved May 1, 2020 .
- stmfh.bayern.de: https://www.stmfh.bayern.de/haushalt/staatshaushalt_2019/haushaltsplan/. Retrieved June 26, 2020 .
- Budget 2015/2016 - Section 06, p. 3 (PDF), accessed on January 4, 2016 at www.stmflh.bayern.de/haushalt.
- Bavarian State Ministry of Finance and Home: Important Participations. Retrieved May 1, 2020 .
- br.de: "Nuremberg: Home Ministry comes to old state bank" ( Memento from November 9, 2013 in the Internet Archive ) (accessed on November 9, 2013)