they were reporting here in the news that the BIS in Basle was acknowledging that even the central banks have been pumping Trillions (in German it is “Billionen” and not “Trillionen”) into the system during the last several years, they cannot cure the hughe financial problems on this globe…
So I remembered that I – perhaps some 30 – 35 years ago – when I was in Basle I went into the BIS (pic below) and asked at the reception table to give me some information about this bank. That time I was already aware of the Bilderberg-Group and similar stuff.
I got some brochure which gave some general quite correct information (especially about the beginning in dealing with the German debts)
Die Bank für Internationalen Zahlungsausgleich (BIZ) räumt ein, dass die Zentralbanken die globale Wirtschaft nicht retten können und verlangt politische Führung. (Foto: Flickr/ Bank für Internationalen Zahlungsausgleich by Metro Centric CC BY 2.0)
In the entrance there was something similar to this picture which is also from Basle but not from the BIS:
Looked pretty wired!!!
And the area was marked “private area”.
The BIS even it is located in Switzerland it is not subject to Swiss laws. And those working in the BIS — as far as I remember — cannot be indicted for the “crimes” not during their time in office nor later….
This bank “BlackRock” is only a few years old and is already one of the biggest players in the international field.
The former head of the Swiss National Bank and former Boss of the BIS is the man below. As far as I know he is Jewish. But I am not sure about…
And now he is Vice President of “BlackRock”.
Overseeing accounts that total more than $4.651 trillion, the world’s largest asset manager had a record year in 2014 with revenues climbing 9% to $11 billion. Largely credited with the company’s growth, BlackRock’s iShares division offers exchange-traded funds and brought in $102.8 billion. Although the company traditionally serves institutional investors, it has also been expanding its dossier of retail-oriented mutual funds.
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Philipp Hildebrand is Vice Chairman of BlackRock, a member of the firm’s Global Executive Committee, and Chairman of Multi-Asset Strategies (MAS). Philipp has served as a Senior Visiting Fellow at Oxford University’s Blavatnik School of Government and he sits on the School’s International Advisory Board. Until January 2012, he served as Chairman of the GoverningBoard of the Swiss National Bank (SNB). In that capacity, he was a Director of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), the Swiss Governor of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and a member of the Financial Stability Board (FSB). In November 2011, the Leaders of the G20 appointed him Vice Chairman of the FSB.
Previously, Mr. Hildebrand served as Chief Investment Officer of a Swiss private bank and as a partner of Moore Capital Management in London. Between 2006 and 2009, he served as a member of the Strategic Committee of the French Debt Management Office. He began his professional career at the World Economic Forum in Geneva. In 2011, Mr. Hildebrand received the Central Banker of the Year, Europe Award from The Banker. Mr. Hildebrand is a member of the Group of Thirty and an Honorary Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford.
Mr. Hildebrand earned a BA from the University of Toronto in 1988, a Master’s degree from the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva in 1990, and a DPhil from the University of Oxford in 1994.
On 27 May 2014 global business leaders gathered at the Mansion House and Guildhall in London to attend the Conference on Inclusive Capitalism: Building Value, Renewing Trust
MEN AND WOMEN WHO HOLD SOME $30 TRILLION (£17.8 TRILLION) OF ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT – THAT’S ONE THIRD OF THE WORLD’S INVESTABLE ASSETS-will gather in London on Tuesday.
Their purpose? To discuss practical ways to “renew the capitalist system”. The Prince of Wales, former US President Bill Clinton, International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde, and Bank of England governor Mark Carney are among the speakers at the Conference on Inclusive Capitalism. Source http://www.bbc.com/news/business-27517577
The Conference was hosted by the Lord Mayor of the City of London and E.L. Rothschild and organised by The Inclusive Capitalism Initiative and the Financial Times.
And at this meeting the Prince of Wales was there and also Philipp Hildebrand! Former Boss of the BIS and the Swiss National Bank….
Please check closely this page!!! Thanks!!!
THE HOSTS AND ORGANIZERS ARE
EL Rothshcild , City of London, Inclusive Capital Initiative, Financial Times, Edelman
THE SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS ARE
Ford Foundation, Gatsby, Rockefeller Foundation, Sunshine Kaidi New Energy Group, The Tony Elumelu Foundation, Blavatnik Family Foundation and ICE
THE SPEAKERS AT THE CONFERENCE
H.R.H. The Prince of Wales,
President Bill Clinton,Founder of the Clinton Foundation, 42nd President of the United States (Rothschild Bastard??),
Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund,
Mark Carney, Governor, Bank of England & Chair, Financial Stability Board,
Lionel Barber, Editor, Financial Times,
Dominic Barton, Global Managing Director, McKinsey & Company,
Chen Yilong, Chairman, Sunshine Kaidi New Energy Group,
David Cote, Chairman and CEO, Honeywell,
Elroy Dimson, Strategy Council, Norwegian Government Pension Fund & Chairman, Policy Committee, FTSE,
Tony O Elumelu, CON (Commander of the Order of the Niger), Chairman, Heirs Holdings,Sergio P Ermotti, Group Chief Executive Officer, UBS,
Sergio P Ermotti, Group Chief Executive Officer, UBS (!!!)
Dr Fang Xinghai, Bureau Director, Office of the Central Leading Group for Financial and Economic Affairs
Chrystia Freeland, Member of Canadian Parliament for Toronto Centre
Jeremy Grantham, Co-Founder and Chief Investment Officer, GMO
Philipp Hildebrand, Vice Chairman, BlackRock (!!!)
Jin Liqun, Chairman, China International Capital Corporation
Guilherme Leal, Co-Chairman of the Board of Directors and one of the founders of Natura Cosméticos
Lim Chow Kiat, Group Chief Investment Officer, CFA
Andrew N Liveris, President, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, The Dow Chemical Company
Sir Charlie Mayfield, Chairman, John Lewis Partnership
John Micklethwait, Editor-In-Chief, The Economist
Zanny Minton Beddoes, Economics Editor, The Economist
Ng Kok Song, Advisor and Chair of Global Investments, GIC Private Limited (GIC)
Adrian Orr, Chief Executive Officer, Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation
Paul Polman, Chief Executive Officer, Unilever
Lynn Forester de Rothschild, Chief Executive, E.L. Rothschild LLC
David Sainsbury, Lord Sainsbury of Turville
Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman, Google
Michael Sommer, President, Confederation of German Trade Unions
Lawrence H Summers, the Charles W. Eliot University Professor and President Emeritus, Harvard University
Tidjane Thiam, Group Chief Executive, Prudential plc
Mark Wiseman, President and Chief Executive Officer, CPD Investment Board
Sir Andrew Witty, CEO, GlaxoSmithKline
Adrian Wooldridge, Management Editor and Schumpeter Columnist, The Economist
Alderman Fiona Woolf, Lord Mayor of the City of London
THE ATENDEES AT THE CONFERENCE WHO COLLECTIVELY CONTROL 30000 BILLION DOLLARS ??????????????????
WHY IS THE BBC SHYING AWAY FROM TELLING US WHO WERE THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO HOLD— 30 TRILLION DOLLARS UNDER MANAGEMENT– WHICH IS DOUBLE THE GDP OF THE USA
Men and women who hold some $30 trillion (£17.8 trillion) of assets under management – that’s one third of the world’s investable assets – will gather in London on Tuesday.