H.M. Treasury financial definition of H.M. Treasury
HM Treasury (redirected from H.M. Treasury)
The department of the British government responsible for advising on and executing economic
and fiscal policy in the United Kingdom. Through Inland Revenue and Customs, it has oversight of tax collection. The Treasury traces its origins to the 12th century.
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