Johan Sigismund von Mösting (2 November 1759 – 16 September 1843) was a Danish banker and finance minister. He was a key figure in the foundation of Bank of Denmark in 1818. His name is today also associated with Møstings Hus ("Møsting's House"), his former summer residence in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, which is now used as an exhibition space.
|Johan Sigismund von Mösting|
Johan Sigismund von Mösting, portrayed by Emilius Ditlev Bærentzen (1830s)
|Born||2 November 1759
|Died||16 September 1843 (aged 83)
|Resting place||Frederiksberg Ældre Kirkegård|
|Alma mater||University of Copenhagen|
|Occupation||Civil servant, politician|
|Known for||Danmarks Nationalbank
|Awards||Order of the Elephant|
Johan Sigismund von Mösting was born at Nygård on the island of Møn. His father was Frederik Christian von Møsting who was governor of the island. Johan Sigismund von Mösting studied jurisprudence at University of Copenhagen, graduating in 1782.
1813 became director of the Danish Reichsbank. He subsequently served as Denmark's minister of finance until 1831, president of the Chamber of Finance and Prime Minister of the Danish Kings. In 1838 he served as Director of the King's library.