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The Bank of Yohannes—NationStates' Oldest Bank RP

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The Bank of Yohannes—NationStates' Oldest Bank RP

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Contents
I. Frequently asked questions
III. About our institution
IV. Accounts for wealthy clients
V. Are you rich?
VI. Open our branches
VII. Forum Posts and In-Game Dispatches


To maintain sustainable economic development, we need to shift our focus from speed to quality

—Li Yuanchao, Vice President of the People’s Republic of China

Financial Markets: An Engine for Economic Growth

—Yongseok Shin, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis


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Frequently Asked Questions, Out-of-Character (OOC)


What is the topic of this forum thread?
This is the official thread of the Bank of Yohannes on NationStates (NationStates is a multiplayer government simulation browser game created by Max Barry). What is the Bank of Yohannes? The Bank of Yohannes is a country-based business roleplaying in the NationStates Forum, National and International Roleplaying category. In this thread, I write about anything relating to the Bank of Yohannes’ canon on NationStates.

Wait, you write about your bank on NationStates?
Yes, I write about my nation’s bank on NationStates! Sometimes, I would explore story writing (for instance, click to show, 15 January 2017; or click to show, 27 March 2020), but most of the time, for the Bank of Yohannes’ In-Character (IC) reply posts and in-game dispatches on NationStates, I would post a reply with news-writing style (for instance, click to show, 9 February 2020; or click to show, 16 July 2019)

OK, so how do I know that this “Bankof yours is not just a scam—so you can steal my country’s money?
Please feel free to check out my NationStates Forum Posts history, and then search these results: “Bank of Yohannes” or “bank.” You will see that, although I will have fun and say funny things here and there, I mostly operate the Bank of Yohannes as a creative (writing) outlet in Modern Tech (MT).

“Realistic”? That is so boring!
Yes, I agree! That’s why I am a flexible NationStates roleplayer. I operate the Bank of Yohannes as an open world canon thing, meaning everyone can participate! For instance, there is this nation called Allanea, right? Well, Allanea is often RPed by its owner as a Future Tech (FT) and Fantasy Tech/Fantasy (FanT) nation. But when interacting with me, I expect the owner of Allanea to consider my nation’s MT canon, making his country a purely MT country when interacting with Yohannes on NationStates.

But ... I want to bring my aliens to your country, so they can eat your nation’s people!
Awww ... sorry! If you want to interact with me on NationStates, you will have to consider my nation’s MT canon. I am a very flexible person so I can tolerate tech mixing to a certain extent—but I run the canon of Yohannes on NationStates like my own Big Sister Knows Best state, within the boundaries of suspension of disbelief, but still MT at its core.

So ... what does that mean?
That means I operate and write about the Bank of Yohannes, OOC and IC, like real-life banks. You won’t see me writing about crazy interest rates; and you won’t see me writing about trillions of fictional paper money circulating out of thin air. I love relaxed writing on NationStates for fun, but I still follow existing financial system regulations used by real-life countries (e.g. New Zealand, Germany).


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Description We have participated in high-level peer review discussions about important financial services proposals in the World Assembly, such as the Deposit Insurance Fund discussion started by Imperium Anglorum in 2018. [ Click to show... ]


So, how can I evaluate your fictional bank’s credibility?
Oh! Feel free to check out my NationStates Forum Posts history, and then search these results: “Bank of Yohannes” or “bank.” Alternatively, please feel free to read my other threads on NationStates (for instance, click to show or click to show or click to show). Finally, I have participated in high-level peer review discussions about important financial services proposals in the World Assembly (this is the highest you can get on NationStates), such as the Deposit Insurance Fund discussion started by Imperium Anglorum in 2018. The Bank of Yohannes is proud to be the only fictional bank on NationStates to actually participate in such high-level peer review discussions about finance and banking.

How do I know you are not just posting a reply using your own alternate NS or “puppet” accounts?
Because only one account on NationStates can join the World Assembly at the same time. For more information, please [ click me ]

Please feel free to contact me—Write Telegram or post a reply (OOC)—if you need any further information!


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About Us

Postby Yohannes » Tue Oct 12, 2010 6:10 pm

About Us: We don’t want to be the largest bank around—instead, we will always try to be the best
We don’t care about numbers, but we do believe in quality—to be your number one bank


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The Bank of Yohannes is a multinational GE&T Index’s listed investment bank and financial services company headquartered in Royal Alexandria. Tracing our origin to the Second Amendment of the Rule of Law as the Yohannesian Government’s banker, the modern-day Bank of Yohannes is organised into four business divisions: Commercial Banking, Retail Banking, Private Banking and Wealth Management, and our largest business operation, National and International Asset Accumulation and Investment Banking.

Inside Yohannes, the Bank of Yohannes is registered as a Realm (Federal) Bank. Section 85 of the Central and Realm Bank Amendment Act 2004 said that only a bank deemed to be sufficiently large to qualify under the Executive Council’s deposit protection regime may apply to become a registered bank under the settlement cash schemes.

Here at the Bank of Yohannes, we believe our position as a responsible financial institution and capital provider has earned us the confidence and trust of many corporate entities, public institutions, and rating agencies: not just domestically in Yohannes but also overseas, where our team will always be there to serve you. Furthermore, as a composite institution overseeing the operations of our subsidiaries and semi-independent firms in many regions, we are structured to provide a quality alternative to even large chartered banking with its competitive interest rates for overseas clients through the years. Our team of leaders have extensive banking and the necessary networking experience in hand: they have worked on a variety of business issues both domestically and internationally.

Our track record of managing challenging assignments given by our trusted clients overseas have worked well for our organisation as a whole, establishing in the process a unique banking experience and solid foundation of international network. Our clients include notable domestic and international companies, professional service firms employed by affluent individuals overseas, and low per capita income and high per capita income governments and their relevant agencies and institutions.

Notwithstanding the fact that we are not, and certainly shall not claim to be the best, we constantly strive to be: to provide our most trusted clients with value-added solutions and banking experience complemented by a high level of personal commitment and services.

The Late Mr Petera Moana, very well known as one of our leading banking leaders from the early years, had once acknowledged that corporate finance can provide you with pragmatic, value-focused business advice to help you evaluate and maximise business opportunities and solve day-to-day business issues. That is what the Bank of Yohannes is all about. It is for that reason that we will offer you a constructive, balanced view of your situation and sound, independent advice based on our considerable experience and expertise.

One thing is clear: our team will work with you on or off-site as the assignment demands.


Our International Faces: Why should you apply for a branch
of our bank or affiliated firms in your nation?



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    A comprehensive list of services ensures our availability and readiness to meet your demand: whether it’s the need to borrow some capital for first territorial buyers or a local start-up business empire ready to be set up by some ambitious high-net-worth individuals in your country; the experiments of your mum and dad investors, who have just inherited a million dollar from the pension funds of their late parents; the simple savings plan of one of your prestigious national corporations; or a very small part of your government budget and sovereign wealth fund—we at the Bank of Yohannes have all basic services that you need.

    We will give 15 per cent of profits from our branches and operations in your country to your government. We will play our part as a responsible financial institution, morally supporting and financially sponsoring local businesses and cultural, education and sporting events. At the Bank of Yohannes, we are truly the international community’s bank: where connecting with your people is our number one rule of the book.

    We will provide internationally acknowledged, World Assembly compliant wages and salaries standard for our staff in your country. Whether they’re middle level administration, or indirect financial support and extra business generated for local accounting and legal firms in your country—where the Bank of Yohannes operate, the local economy is sure to benefit.

    Connecting with us will allow you to join our international commercial network, giving you the opportunity to connect your economy with many other World Assembly member nations, under one banner of mutual prosperity. For instance, do you know that the Bank of Yohannes supported the Federated States of Omega as a founding member of the International Securities and Exchange Commission, to develop, maintain and publish a model code of securities regulations in over 1,000 World Assembly member nations out there? Stocks, bonds, exchange-traded derivatives and securities in 22,944 member nations, according to the latest World Assembly page update—this is just one credible example of our international reach.
Interested in having us do our small part in supporting the growth of your economy and improving the standard of living of workers in your country? [ Imageclick here to open our branches today! ]



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Accounts Option

Postby Yohannes » Tue Oct 12, 2010 10:32 pm

Accounts Option: our international private banking service
protecting your assets & preserving your worth


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Have you suddenly found yourself in a situation where securing your national treasury, sovereign wealth, government deposit, personal fortune, corporate benefit, or perhaps ... embezzled wealth, due to an invasion by some aggressive nation or the probing of outside “authorities” into a secure, neutral and high-quality banking firm is a critical decision-making process to take? Are you writing on behalf of an agency, alliance, business, government, individual, or perhaps an organisation?

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Or ... none of the above? Worry not, since 1945 our international clients have ranged from the most sophisticated, organised polities out there, to some (well, quite wealthy) car mechanics with the desire to bank with us. Most of the work that the Bank of Yohannes undertake is on a project basis within admittedly tight time frames. Our historical track record and experience, coupled with disciplined process, network and connection and sound, behind-the-scenes “informal” knowledge across many industries of the international community—our team of leaders are always accustomed to obtaining fast and accurate understanding of our overseas clients’ businesses.

We can rapidly assess your situation and provide the safe haven you desire, when required. This incorporates working with you to set clear objectives for outcomes and ... solutions, in order to literally save one’s hide. Sometimes, anyway.

And you can always say “Never!” to the possibility that our institution will handle your deposit in a wild manner of unregulated and excessive international investment policy. We are prudential. And you can bet your fast dwindling pension fund on it. We assure you that your “hard earned” money and physical assets will go to the right hand, under our most assuredly rigorous regime of checks in places.


$$ Numbered Bank Accounts

Numbered bank accounts are offered by the Bank of Yohannes to clients and customers of our international private banking arm: the Private Banking and Wealth Management business division. Accounts listed under the “List of Accounts” [ Imageclick to show ] are accounts administered by the Bank of Yohannes’ Private Banking and Wealth Management division. Applications for the creation of an international private banking account in the Bank of Yohannes can be made here: [ Imageclick to show ]

How will a numbered private banking account work differently than our normal account? Well, for a start, our Private Banking and Wealth Management managers will tell their clients that they remove their names and other forms of identification, to exclude anyone from knowing about their wealth in our bank, and to make their information private—with the exception of one, the information made available only to the Chairperson of Group Audit Committee—in relation to their wealth in our bank.

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This includes their bank statements, even one issued by our branch subsidiaries located in their birth or host nation. Our private banking clients are then entitled to their very own, uniquely assigned silver pagers—which are certainly not mass produced from some cheap Third World Manufacturing People’s Republic! This pager will include the client’s numbers and official codes, acting as their “identification” to officials in our international private banking services. We construct this system to insure absolute privacy for our international high-net-worth clients.

The following accounts option presented below are just a few examples of numbered bank accounts that we at the Bank of Yohannes offer:


Standard Account

The standard “select as you go bro” account of our institution, a Standard Account can only be opened in one of our “BY only” regional offices, though the money from the account can be withdrawn from all allied institutions of the Bank of Yohannes. This option offers the lowest possible minimum balance of 175,000 NSD. The basic qualities that we value the most—a great customer service, a secure environment, and a diplomatic neutrality unmatched probably anywhere, resulting in the safety and security of your account deposit in times of regional strife and conflict.

Our experienced accountant supervisors are here to give you a level of quality investment advice unmatched anywhere, with no additional cost!

Standard Account
World Assembly Rating
Deposit’s Security
Good
Confidentiality of Deposit
Excellent
Investment Returns
Good
Interest Rate p.a.
2.50


Executive Account

Our Executive Account is especially popular with many chief executive officers and other senior management team members outside Yohannes, for the Executive Account is specifically tailored for “ambitiously driven” businessmen (and of course ... women) who want to save and invest their money, and see their savings growing—and not just through interests alone! This type of account can be passed on to family members, even your children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren!
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The Executive Account is best for clients who want to grow their savings into the longer term, and see the future security of their next-generation family members. A minimum of 2 million NSD’s worth of deposit is needed to open this account, and the one-time opening fee is 95,000 NSD.

Executive Account
World Assembly Rating
Deposit’s Security
Above Average
Confidentiality of Deposit
Excellent
Investment Returns
Excellent
Interest Rate p.a.
7.00


Cash Fund Account

Our Cash Fund Account is an innovative unit trust which operates like an online business premium account. It has a high rate of return which is calculated daily and paid monthly. The executive council collects taxes from Cash Fund accounts at a maximum rate of only 4.77 per cent!

The balances and returns of Cash Fund accounts are guaranteed by Her Majesty’s Government (of the Kingdom of Alexandria). The guarantee is secured, and to ensure its unlimited presence, the Royal Treasury of the Kingdom of Alexandria is always ready to provide financial stimulus towards Cash Fund accounts. A Cash Fund account also offers a high rate of return, although not as high as the Executive Account. Optionally, a Portfolio Investment Entity (PIE) fund, with certain tax advantages over conventional bank accounts and deposits will also be handed to you if you pay an additional thirteen per cent opening tax.

With this account, you will enjoy easy access to funds and balances. You will be able to personally contact a representative of the Alexandrian Royal Finance and Trade Advisory — Banking Division, and that representative will promptly deliver the financial resources to your nation (or private institution). And due to the fact that Her Majesty the Queen of Alexandria Garnet Til Alexandros is a major shareholder in our institution, dignitaries and notable individuals selecting the Cash Fund account will be given the opportunity to play a round of golf with the Prime Minister of Alexandria once a year!
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A minimum of 10 million NSD’s worth of deposit is needed to open this account, and the one-time opening fee is only 950,000 NSD.

Cash Fund Account
World Assembly Rating
Deposit’s Security
Good
Confidentiality of Deposit
Excellent
Investment Returns
Very Good
Interest Rate p.a.
5.00


High Security Account

The creation of a High Security Account is about keeping your money safe and sound — plain and simple. It is often used by dubious foreign governments and corporate managers (don’t blame us, we are simply doing our job!) to keep their assets ‘safe’ during various conflicts and wars that will probably reduce their amassed wealth and fortunes, ill-gotten or not. A High Security account offers maximum security for your deposit and a 0.5 per cent interest rate.
High Security Account
World Assembly Rating
Deposit’s Security
Excellent
Confidentiality of Deposit
Excellent
Investment Returns
Meagre
Interest Rate p.a.
0.50

The interest rate on the HSA is much lower in comparison to our other accounts for the simple fact that unlike most of our accounts, we keep 80 per cent of your deposit on our HSA-connected premises to ensure their maximum safety. This means that less of your deposit is invested or distributed towards aggressive projects and portfolios; however, in return, less interest is earnt. Deposits must be worth between 1 million NSD to 500 million NSD — with higher allocation given on a case-by-case basis and careful consultation. A High Security account compensates for its many restrictions by allowing you to pass on your fortune to your next generation of children and kin.

Green Future Account

Green Future Account
World Assembly Rating
Deposit’s Security
Good
Confidentiality of Deposit
Excellent
Investment Returns
Good
Interest Rate p.a.
3.50
The Green “environmentally focused and nature friendly” Future Account is the ultimate choice for the influential hippy-loving, tree-kissing, and proud-to-be-do-gooder green advocates and environmental enthusiasts out there. Our institution is proud to be the home of the first successful Global Economics and Trade Index listed green investment scheme. The Royal Governments of Alexandria, Burmecia and Lindblum have mandated for the Bank of Yohannes to allocate at least 50 per cent of Green Future clients assets’ on hand. Historically since 2009, most Nation States ‘green banks’ will store only 10 per cent to 15 per cent of their clients’ deposits on hand, using the rest as
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available capital loaned out to many green-friendly businesses out there. Whilst in most cases this is safe, this was one of the many reasons for the failure of green banks out there — with the ones successfully making it unable to create much of a lasting impression for their clean, green cause; restricted with their small size and the limited availability of capital as well as business networking capacity on hand.

At the Bank of Yohannes’ Green Future Account, such high cash reserves mean that your principal is almost always safe, on top of being insured by the Tenpenny Holding Company — a GE&T subsidiary partner absorbed by our bank on 11 March 2010. A minimum of 1 billion NSD must be kept in this account at all times for it to retain its status. It combines the benefits of the chequeing and savings style accounts. It generates 4.5 per cent interest whilst having only 0.01 per cent withdrawal fee. Included with the account is access to our full green investment advisory services, private escort services for money transfers, and exclusive access to clubs and resorts in the Tenpenny Holding Company’s family of businesses.

Next Generation Account

Next Generation Account
World Assembly Rating
Deposit’s Security
Good
Confidentiality of Deposit
Excellent
Investment Returns
Below average
Interest Rate p.a.
2.00
Our Next Generation Account is the mainly future-focused, family-friendly scheme of our institution. It allows our prospective or already existing clients to better equip their children — whether they be the Prince of a nation, son of an oil baron, daughter of a Gaddafi-styled self-proclaimed despot, or the illegitimate heir to the throne of Whatyoucallit-ian Empire as well as the ambitiously-driven, murderously-vengeful and maniacally-suicidal successor to the Oscorp Industries(™).

Anyone — with financial-related criminal convictions underway or perhaps clean as the just-struck-it-rich biomedical scientist Jillian Glean, matters not at the very least — who feels the prioritisation of their next generation’s welfare is the most important thing out there can open this account for their children: aged from 7 to 18 years. Open your very own next generation account: the account for a brighter future, and realised dreams — or perhaps supported ambitions — with just (the minimum required) 10,000 NSD initial deposit today!

Gold Bullion Account
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As a financial institution of the highest standard, the Bank of Yohannes makes available and sell its stock of gold bullion to domestic and foreign investors through our independent subsidiary company — Bullion & Assets Vault. First established in 1945, Bullion & Assets Vault as a business has always acted as a safe deposit service provider. Following the bespoken tradition of Yohannesian banking excellence, our twenty-four-hour and seven-day-and-night monitored safety deposit vaults are of the highest standard in construction, fitted with the most sophisticated of electronic protection available on the Yohannesian continent.

In these hard multi-regional economic times, with countless civil wars, pogroms and neo-colonial tragedies happening that are felt and experienced by millions of peoples, gold and silver have always been seen as incredibly feasible assets to hold because of their function as a safe store of value whilst the majority of currencies — such as the NationStates Dollar or Universal Standard Dollar — slowly continue to be devalued. Already, gold — and to some extent, silver — has seen a massive surge in value in recent years.

Gold Bullion Account
World Assembly Rating
Deposit’s Security
Frightening
Confidentiality of Deposit
Excellent
Investment Returns
Nil
Interest Rate p.a.
0.00
We offer our foreign investors the following:

  • The Bank of Yohannes will sell our stock of gold, which you can then store in your own vaults. We will also take full responsibility for transportation costs and security measures during the transfer.
  • For a small fee, we will sell you the gold and store them in our own vault in the Bank of Yohannes underground treasury complex, which is headquartered in Royal Alexandria, the political heart of the Nineteen Countries. This service can also be extended for other non-gold assets, such as silver, non-metal assets and other such things.
The price for storage in our vault is the initial fee of 5 per cent of the value of the gold deposit, or 5 per cent of the value of the total non-gold assets you are planning to deposit. The price of gold bullion and the storage fees are liable to change for new purchasers, so be sure to check our most recent prices.

    All our gold are sourced from 100 per cent World Assembly-compliant trading entities — for instance, the Hyland Mining Corp, or the Knessian Mint Bullion Exchange.

    [ 1 Troy Oz of Gold: $1,338.96 USD ( $1,275.20 + 5% ) — 29/08/2018 ]
    [ 1 Troy Oz of Gold: $1,448.16 USD ( $1379.20 + 5% ) — 25/06/2014 ]
Why should you choose us? Your gold will be safely secured in their very own, 100 per cent guarded safety deposit box deep in the Realm of Yohannes — and, for this reason alone, very few nations will dare to touch your gold. Your key to the box is held by Bullion & Assets Vault in safe custody on your behalf. As an independent subsidiary of the Bank of Yohannes, we are privately owned and thus operate with a relatively separate, independent structure and policy from the Bank of Yohannes, or the banking sector of the Nineteen Countries as a whole.
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For that reason we are outside the control of the Nineteen Countries’ banking regime — and so outside the scope of the Nation State Companies Act 1943 and its reporting requirements.

In conclusion, we fully ensure the privacy and anonymity of your stored gold and wealth.


As our clients, you are also entitled to:
  • Everything you would rightly expect from a World Assembly-acknowledged institution’s premier banking account;
  • Internationally-directed and connected network of security to protect you, and your hard-earnt wealth;
  • A comprehensive system of reward points that can be spent in partner institutions abroad;
  • Internationally-directed and connected network of assistance in the case of lost or stolen cards;
  • Optional twenty-four-hour, seven-day-and-night access to our representative on behalf of the Alexandrian Royal Finance and Trade Advisory — Banking Division;
  • First-class mobile and internet banking service as well as accessibility; and
  • Investment opportunities in over 400 nations beyond the International Incidents.


Quertz russling: our national currency
one of the instruments of trade and reserve currencies of nations


With the determined policy of neutrality of the Thirty-sixth Christian Democratic Executive Council from international incidents and adversarial NationStates diplomacy, the Chair of the Board of Governors of Economic Palace has decided to cement and symbolise this policy of neutrality by finally offering the Quertz russling for trade in the GE&T index listed markets or exchange fronts.

This initiative, which followed the executive council’s currency intervention announcement, shall consolidate the executive council's policy of neutrality by ensuring that the value of the Quertz russling as a symbol of commerce and trade will decrease if the executive council enters International Incidents as a non-neutral party, or if it breaks its pledge to stay neutral. Conversely, the executive council's complete and full neutrality will only increase the security of the Quertz russling, thus acting as an incentive for the Nineteen Countries to keep itself neutral. This ideal situation, of peace and prosperity, benefits everyone, not just Yohannes itself.

The Quertz russling, for convenience commonly shortened as the Quertz, is the official currency of the Realm of Yohannes. For convenience, it is not subdivided into 100 smaller cents, unlike the Universal Standard Dollar or NationStates Dollar, and it was first created in 1871. Economic Palace, in its position as the traditional arbiter and de jure supervisor of the Bank of Yohannes, which symbolically represents the ownership of the Yohannesian people, is tasked with issuing the Quertz. A subsidiary of the Economic Palace, the state-owned Nineteen Countries Printing Corporation, is the authorised publisher of the currency.

Historically, the Quertz russling was a commodity backed in value by the chosen valuables of the international community, such as silver and gold. In the Third Industrial Growth period (1933-1945), however, the executive council could not maintain the momentum needed to sustain that arrangement — due to the small size of the Yohannesian economy relative to the entire international community — and was thus forced to abandon that standard. For that reason, the Quertz is currently operating along the same line as the NationStates Dollar or Universal Standard Dollar.

Parliament’s select committee is currently debating about the possibility of making the Quertz russling available for international investors in this storefront, and will update this section on the conclusion of the Bill’s third reading in Parliament House.


Exchequer Bill

An Exchequer Bill, shortened E-bill, is a short-term instrument known in Yohannes for its “less than a year” maturity; fully guaranteed by the executive council. The E-bill is divided into three categories, i.e. four months, eight months, or one year; and is sold in denominations of ¥10,000 — being the lowest — to the maximum purchase value of ¥1 billion being the highest allowed. E-bills have various short maturities, and are sold for less than their nominal value or the minimum price that they can be sold for initial public offering. When an investor, domestic or international, purchase an E-Bill, the Yohannesian government will issue a letter of debt to be owned by that purchaser. In terms of returns, investors do not receive regular payments, unlike the coupon bond of the United States of America; instead, an E-Bill pays an interest rate. Once their time is up, the buyer of E-bill can exchange it for its value in Quertz russling, returning a profit for the person, business, institution or government which bought the E-bill.

The E-bill is a safe way to invest for those who are still unsure of the international legitimacy or security of a Yohannesian bond due to the very clear nature of its issuance — straight denominations without further conditions or calculations attached to it — and its short term nature, in comparison with other instruments made available in the Bank of Yohannes. Another positive attribute of the E-bill is that its issuance documents make clear its purpose and recipients; for instance, the construction of much-needed public infrastructure in one of Yohannes’ urban areas, or the building of public schools in a disadvantaged neighbourhood being another example.

The most obvious drawback of the E-bill, of course, is its low rate of return, in comparison with other market instruments issued in Yohannes and overseas.

The Yohannesian Emperor's Bond

The Yohannesian Emperor’s Bond, shortened HM Bond, is a marketable, fixed-interest government debt security with a maturity of more than ten years, issued by each government of the Nineteen Countries on the Yohannesian continent. HM bonds make interest payments every six months, and is acknowledged by the executive council’s dossiers as largely risk-free; for, just like the E-bill, HM Bond is issued by the executive council with very little risk of default, backed by the legitimacy and status of the Quertz russling as a currency of trade and reserves and the nation-state of Yohannes as an international trade powerhouse.

HM bond is issued with maturities that can range from ten to thirty years, and just like the E-Bill, they are issued with a minimum denomination of ¥10,000. Periodic interest payments on the bonds for their buyers or investors are paid twice a year. HM Bonds are initially sold through auction in which the maximum purchase amount, just like the E-bill, is ¥1 billion if the bid is not considered as a competitive bid, or 35 per cent of the offering if the bid is done through the competitive channel. A competitive bid states the rate their potential buyers would like to see; if it is unacceptable then their offer will be rejected. A non-competitive offer is the opposite; the government or institution of bidding sets the rate, with the potential buyers having no say in it. After the auction, the bonds can be sold by their owners or investors in various markets, such as the stock market being the most common, or the exchanges of nations beyond the International Incidents such as the Stock Exchange of Maxtopia.

As there are thousands of possible participating stock markets out there, the HM bonds are indeed very liquid. The most obvious drawback of HM Bond, or perhaps their positive attributes for some, is the fact that the value of HM bonds fluctuate considerably day by day, which can adversely affect their owners, or, of course, benefit their owners.

HM Government Note

The HM Government Note, shortened from The Yohannesian Emperor’s Government Note, is a medium-term tradeable government debt security with a government guaranteed fixed interest rate and maturity of one (shortest allowed) and ten years (longest allowed). HM Government notes, just like HM Bond, are available from the executive council through two channels: competitive and non-competitive. Under competitive situation, buyers of the note must make clear the income return they want from the note; with the more outlandish the expectation the much higher the chance of rejection will be. For a non-competitive arrangement, the executive council fully decides the return that can be had.

Just like HM Bond, HM notes can be sold by their owners or investors, in various markets, such as stock market being the most common, or the exchanges of nations of the international community, such as the Stock Exchange of Maxtopia being one example. Interest payments on the notes are made every six months until maturity. The arrangement of income tax for interest payment is identical to HM Bond; the only difference being the medium-term nature of the note in comparison with the bond.


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Investment Possibilities

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Investment Possibilities: our tailored approaches to the
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Whether you're investing for the short,
medium or long term, you will find a
solution to suit you
[ Out-of-character/OOC information: the following storefront contents are automatically made available to your nation's population once you have allowed the Bank of Yohannes to open its presence, branches or operate in your nation. Essentially, what I will be displaying in this section are the investment projects, accounts, funds, etc. that theoretically would be present in our host nations. There are too many funds or investment projects to list here so this is the easiest way of entertaining storefront readers, and giving a glimpse of what we do in your country, in-character wise, on top of the things we write as replies for entertainment/reading material.

Once you have applied for branches of our bank, we can assume that some people in your nation will become customers of my bank, and BoY and partner institutions in your nation will invest in various projects in your economy, contributing to your national economic growth. It's similar to Europa Universalis III or Victoria/Hearts of Iron (if you have played these simulation games, you will know how if you 'unpause' the game everything will run/happen automatically). Of course, you can telegram me of to tell me how many people in your nation you want to be as customers of the Bank of Yohannes, or any other things, if you would rather like that.

This section is very much a work in progress due to its complexity and the depth of content of how I can expand this. ]

To our everyday, loyal clients and potential customers: whether you are investing only for the short, or perhaps medium.. or dare we say, long term, you will find the right solution to suit your wants, and satisfy your financial needs within a flexible range of alternative arrangements. All with one thing only in mind - so that you can save the way you want to. And unlike the Numbered Bank Accounts Scheme of our International Private Banking division, these are, and have always been, our main bread and butter services found most commonly abroad.

Enjoyed by billions of individuals entrusting their money with us around the world, for someone to be eligible with our various investment plans and funds, and especially that of the Personal Treasury Scheme, the Government of the country he or she originates from, or permanently reside in, will have to already be a part of our multi-regional network of financial services & banking branches. And the reason for that will be the binding nature of certain schemes. This is especially true for the hundreds of funds categorised by the industries they are involved in, and invested for.

By applying [ here ], your citizens and permanent residents will automatically enjoy many of our International Banking & Market offerings.



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Our ten most popular accounts

Term Deposit Plan

A Bank of Yohannes Term Deposit is without a doubt the ideal choice, if you like to save your money and put the capital aside for a specific amount of time. The return or profit of your investment will only be moderate, but stable. And you can be sure that you will get what you are looking for, in terms of profit, more or less, at a set of time period that you have originally expected. Some good examples of term deposit goals would be to act as your personal emergency or security fund during your period of hardship, or the retirement nest of someone approaching the late age. Invest the currency equivalent of at least 100,000 NationStates/Universal Standard Dollars, and you will be guaranteed to benefit from:

  • Stability - the certainty of a fixed return for a term that you choose.
  • Independence - choice on how you receive the interest payments.
  • Flexibility - a range of options available when the investment matures, including a partial or full withdrawal or reinvestment for the same or a different term. You can also increase your investment if you wish to do as so.
Our various term deposit plans are the bread and butter of the conservative, low risk segments of societies which we have served with the utmost care.

Investment
Term Deposit Plan
Background
I want a fixed term and fixed interest rate investment
Attributes
The confidence given by its fixed competitive rate for the full time span of your investment
Advantages
The stable modest profit will bring you the peace of mind you desire
To know when and how much your profit will be
An agreed upon locked interest excluded from market condition
The ability to reap your interest at regular period will help boost your income
Rate of profit
1 month [2.80%], 3 months [3.40%], 6 months [3.80%], 9 months [4.00%]
1 year [4.25%], 2 years [4.50%], 4 years [4.75%], 6 years [5.20%]


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We will help you to save your way to
your first home dream with our
Personal Treasury Scheme
Portfolio Management Allocation

The Bank of Yohannes Portfolio Management Allocation or PMA Fund, is an ideal mechanism to investors who are looking for tax effective investments. It is a scheme similar to a managed fund, allowing us to invest the contribution of our investors in different types of investments. This spread of investment options available may be a tax-efficient way for you to invest, depending on your total income and therefore your tax rate. The PMA Fund is there for tax purposes, so the maximum tax on an investment in this fund is 26 per cent. The objective of the PMA Fund is to provide investors with a pre-tax return similar to the return that can be found in our Term Deposit and Cash Fund (International Private Banking) arrangements. However, unlike the fore mentioned two, the PMA Fund only invests in Yohannesian Quertz russling deposits with the Bank of Yohannes.

Investment
Portfolio Management Allocation
Background
I want a tax effective option with access to my money
Attributes
A 24-hour investment accessibility that is also tax effective
Advantages
The availability of a competitive return rate
You can also access your money whenever, where ever you want, and;
At the same rate on every NationStates/Universal Standard Dollar invested
The tax of your income will be paid at the Authorised Investment Price (AIP) you prefer
This can further be lowered than your income tax rate
Advantageous in a situation where your tax rate is 28 per cent or higher, earning you more money


Personal Treasury Scheme

And, of course, we all need to plan for our future. The Bank of Yohannes Personal Treasury Scheme is an easy way to save for your very first family house. You can make contributions into your Personal Treasury account at any time and for any amount. If you are employed, a small part of your pay is deducted each pay day and paid to your Personal Treasury account. Even better, your employer and your Government may contribute money to your account as well. The Government of your nation of origin will be obligated to kick-start a contribution of at least 750 NSD/USD for you. If you are an employee, your employer(s) will also be required to contribute between two to four per cent of your salary or wages before tax.

Personal Treasury has great benefits that you can enjoy even if you are not an employee. Your Personal Treasury savings are invested in one or more of the Bank of Yohannes Personal Treasury Scheme's eight funds. The International Market Bank of Yohannes, or commonly referred to as simply the IMB, is one of our four incorporated subsidiaries and operations multi-regionally, and can be used to complement your other savings and investments. The IMB will do this by including you in its Investment Funds Scheme (IFS), which are more diversified than a Bank of Yohannes term deposit, because the IFS invest in more asset classes. It is also significantly more flexible than Personal Treasury, because you can withdraw your money at any time. The IFS generally suits investment periods of 5 years or more.

Investment
Personal Treasury Scheme
Background
I want to save for my first home or future retirement in old age; very long term goals
Attributes
A historically notable investment performance track record in Yohannes, offering up to eight funds for you to invest in
It also allows you to allocate your fund as you fit through the Old Age option, where your fund will be moved through the scheme based on your age
A 24-hour accessibility through internet banking
Advantages
Entrusting us with your money will allow us to look after you, when you will need it the most in your old age... or retirement time
On top of what you have saved, your Government will give you a one-time boost of 750 NSD/USD offering as a part of this scheme. Your employer will also regularly contribute at a rate connected to your annual salary or wage
Beyond the veterancy membership limit of five years, you will be authorised with the ability to withdraw your money early





Top ten industries we invest in


Highway Engineering

The industry of highway engineering, or national roading in thousands of nations around the world - both World Assembly members or not - are important to the growth of international trade. National roading allows for easy access to goods and services, and brings about information and social changes. Without a well-funded roading and highway engineering industry projects, a nation cannot have a thriving economy: Everything will be set in a gridlock - businesses cannot deliver their goods and services, resulting in a drop of confidence towards businesses and the government of that nation itself.

A good roading must be able to ensure good riding quality for comfortable travel, reliable drainage system, well-maintained reflectivity and line marking presence to ensure safety travel, and most importantly, strategic purpose and benefit towards surrounding communities, businesses, and perhaps the military of a nation.

A nation that cannot provide enough investment towards roading will suffer - both internally as its economic growth potential is reduced and externally as visiting foreign dignitaries and officials discover the inability of its government to ensure the most crucial and basic component of its economy. Poor construction, water egress, heavy loads, lack of maintenance, and poor designs are just five of the most common signs of a mismanaged or insufficiently funded highway engineering and roading budget for a nation; that that nation cannot afford to maintain and safeguard the well being of its own economy.

At the Bank of Yohannes, we are well acquainted with providing capital and fund towards such an important component of a nation's economy. As of 2015, the Bank of Yohannes and its international partner institutions have invested substantially in secondary highway engineering operations - excluding primary operations, which are much harder to estimate - abroad, including but not limited to: Roadway or carriageway construction and maintenance, pavement and related chipsealing operations, bitumen distribution and supply, and most importantly, both surface and sub-surface roading drainage system.


National Infrastructure of Significance

The ability of a government to properly execute a variation of its own national infrastructure of significance programme is one of the most important indicators of its forward thinking strategic capacity and nation building competence. Just like roading, the state of a nation’s infrastructure indicates the economic power and potential of that nation; not in the strategic, foreign relations sense, but instead in the most basic of all nation building routines – whether in delivering something as basic as clean drinking water and electricity to hundreds of millions of its population residents throughout its big cities, or the network of transportation – railroad and other non-roading assets – acting as strategic arteries for that nation’s countless ambitious people, important organisations, and many sprawling businesses.

But that is not all to it. The scope of the word ‘national infrastructure of significance’ is endless. Hospitals for those in need, schools for the average kids, underground pipe systems to deliver those fresh water daily, and prisons to lock up or sometimes rehabilitate the fallen. A nation’s true ranking as a strong power is not the number of personnel wearing uniforms or how advance is the latest carrier aircraft design it has; the true measure of a nation lies instead in reliably providing the most basic – and for the more economically well-endowed, luxuries – for its people.

This is the primary method employed by the more matured and important member nations of the World Assembly to subtly categorise another nation abroad: Whether it is a first world nation that can fund and reliably provide all the above, or a third world nation that has lost the plot by spending its fund on other less important things. Without the proficiency to properly manage, and most importantly fund, these assets, the hardest, but most crucial part of nation building itself has been relegated to secondary position, something that surely cannot result in a happy ending for not just that nation’s people, but also its very own future.

At the Bank of Yohannes, we are well-experienced with acting as both middleman and investor or provider of fund for a nation’s infrastructure: In fact, we are doing just that in hundreds of nations in many regions. Putting aside the detachment of our institution from the Government of Yohannes itself, there were previous episodes and antics of Her Majesty’s Government considered as less than stellar by various members of the international community – such as its rather shameful colonial past, neo-colonial arms exportation actions, and very occasionally out right border infringement operations – both commercially and regretfully militarily.

Since the foundation and general implementation of an isolation policy by HM Government for the last decade, however, the Bank of Yohannes has been given more liberty in acting as a truly neutral, entirely profit driven, and free of political meddling institution. This has given us more confidence in acting as a neutral provider of capital and fund, free of diplomatic limitations.


Shipping across multiple regions

The movement of goods through the many seas and oceans of our collective regions is one of the absolute guarantor of prosperity for many nation states; where even the economies of completely landlocked nations can still be affected by changes happening in oceanic trades around them. In 2015, Her Majesty's Fifty-Third Parliamentary Select Committee on Overseas Trade concluded that international trade - excluding Yohannesian trade in the region of Greater Dienstad, and taking into account the movement of capital to and from Yohannes - counted for nearly 85 per cent of wealth generated for our people.

To ensure the full and effective day to day running of the supply chains linking our exports and imports, we require adequate investment; pinpointed at not just primary organisations - such as the logistics, ports, and the multiple shipping companies out there - but also secondary organisations, which linked these entities together in a continuous network of supply chain, working from the whole to the part, and not the other way around. And with thousands of regions and countless continents, home to the international communities of nations, the value of international shipping are therefore limitless, requiring equally high ceiling of capital to fund the construction and maintenance of millions of ships around the world. During the Wilhelm Restoration and subsequent industrialisation of Yohannes in the 19th century, the bank of Yohannes led the way to fund the then fast growing shipping routes in and near the nineteen countries, thereby seizing the domestic market away from the then almost completely foreign dominated shipping companies.

As the nation economically progressed further through the table of ranks amongst nations of the world, the Bank of Yohannes extended its shipping finance operations abroad; first in the region of Greater Dienstad in the early 20th century, and then towards overseas regions by the 1930s. At contemporary time, with bank loans being the primary source of financing for the international shipping industry, the Bank of Yohannes has been accredited with financing the construction of over two million modern commercial ships - such as oil tankers and bulk carriers - with direct and indirect effects felt in multiple shipping routes of hundreds of nations abroad, making it as, at present, the only major GE&T index listed financial and banking institution having the technical expertise and know how to navigate the complex maze of inter-regional shipping finance.


Telecommunications network and industry

The twentieth century brought us the start of telecommunications through the very basic thing we take for granted today: telephone. And throughout the twenty-first century, the scope of telecommunications expanded to include many things out there; to name but a few, mobile phones, personal computers with internet access, the intercontinental networks linked by undersea cables, and many other things which are important for both the civilian and military sectors of a nation state. The Bank of Yohannes acknowledged the importance of investing in this strategic industry, both in Yohannes and overseas, for the telecommunication industry is a string of networks touching the very fabric of everyone's lives; no functioning, civilised societies or industrialised nation states can survive without a healthy chain of telecommunications network; even the most military-driven, crackpot dictatorial nation states and societies could not realistically escape the importance of the telecommunications industry and network, for without its healthy existence their foreign ventures would grind to an immediate halt, rendering their military machines powerless against foreign predators and vultures.

At contemporary, even taking into account the existence of media and broadcasting, digital networks, and the internet, the telephones realistically still takes the largest share of revenue earner for the industry; one of the earliest inventions of the industry is responsible for the most basic things in life - a mother calling his son and daughter, someone forgetting to pay another person for the service rendered - down to some of the most important: the president of a nation calling his or her generals about important military matters, second line logistics officers calling their superiors in the army command, and the prime minister of a nation calling the leader of the opposition party to sort out an agreement over an important law about to be passed.


Natural resources extraction and management

The natural resources extraction and management industries of nation of states around the regions are central to our economy and our way of life. In this contemporary time, the scope of this sector includes such things as the extraction and processing of coal, metallic ores, sands, gravels and oil shale, sustainable logging of farmed trees, and the drilling of oil and gas. As the population of nation states in our international communities of regions grew, and technology constantly accelerate to keep pace with mankind, the demand for extraction and processing of natural resources can only increase. A fully functioning, industrialised modern economy cannot run without the daily supply of natural resources to feed the belly of the beast: the factories, the electrical plants, the many skyscrapers of a nation state, and the limitless number of cars, trains, merchant ships, and other methods of transporting our people, our goods, and thus the wealth of a nation state.

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Commercial Bank of Yohannes

The history of the Commercial Bank of Yohannes [CBY] dates back to the earliest years of Yohannesian modernisation and industrialisation. Following the arrival of the first English speaking trading ships in the 1780s, the nineteen Founding Monarchs at the time conceded that to safeguard Yohannesian future sovereignty and its independence, the nation must emulate Occidental economic, judicial, technological, and political systems.

For the next two hundred years, the Yohannesian Model transformed the nineteen countries into an industrialised nation, with an economy and technology closely resembling the enlightened and industrialising nations at the time. The Commercial Bank of Yohannes was originally envisioned as an institution with the objective of promoting Yohannesian enterprises and support domestic businesses in the face of strong international competition. It further stimulated the Yohannesian economy, assisting the national quest of 'modernisation' and 'industrialisation' significantly.
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We have the financial resources to assist
your growing business

As the nineteen countries industrialised further, the demand for domestic banking services grew, and it was not long before domestic merchants filled the void by developing various banking institutions cooperatively with their fellow entrepreneurs.

The Commercial Bank of Yohannes - the oldest institution of its kind in the continent - lost its once dominant position in domestic banking, and was incapable of adapting to compete with the many rural banking service providers. Its market diminished up to the point that in the last year of the bank's operation as an independent organisation, it captured only 11 per cent share of the domestic banking market -- a far cry from its once virtually unchallenged and near-monopoly position. In 1804, the Commercial Bank of Yohannes ceased to be an independent institution, following its merger with the more influential Bank for National Growth.

In 1837, following the abdication of His Majesty Wiremu the Second, the third elected Yohannesian Emperor, the fourteen sagacious elders of the Advisory Council dictated the privatisation of the previously state-sponsored and partially controlled Bank for National Growth, Bank for Family, and the Federated Farmers’ Bank, under one umbrella of the Bank of Yohannes.

Today, the Commercial bank of Yohannes - one of the four divisions of the Bank of Yohannes Group - makes available reputably sourced credit to many growing and promising multinational businesses: ranging from instalment to revolving type of plan, with an engaging borrowing rate made possible by our organisation size and international presence in many nations.

As an organisation operating in over 400 nations and more than 50 regions, the Commercial banking Division has regularly serviced - with proper care and responsibility - a wide range of foreign businesses: from small-and-medium sized enterprises to specific sector players and relatively large multinational companies such as CuppaCoffee and Trelatche Computing Development.

We have played our part in contributing to the unique foundation and reputation of 'Yohannesian banking practice' in our nearly 200 years of international operation.

Retail Bank of Yohannes

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We build firm, interpersonal foundation
with our international clients
Historically in the nineteen countries - just as it would be in any other 'developed economy' - retail banking has always been influential due in no small part to its strong links with other commercial and industrial sectors in the economy of Yohannes. And while within the financial service sector, banking is certainly the most important industry of its kind, retail banking has marked its presence greatly from other banking activities.

The Retail Bank of Yohannes, nicknamed the 'KiwiBank', was founded in 1799 as the Bank for Family by a collection of influential Royal Alexandrian merchants. Unlike the majority of domestic financial institutions at the time, Kiwibank specialised not in commercial transactions or businesses, but instead focused its operation in customers-related banking services. It consolidated its early position in mortgages activities and individual transactions, where it got its name from: a slang adopted from the native animal of Yohannes - the Kiwi bird - that translated literally to 'the Bank of the common Yohannesian [Family].'

In 1837, following the abdication of His Majesty Wiremu the Second, the third elected Yohannesian Emperor, the fourteen sagacious elders of the Advisory Council dictated the privatisation of the previously state-sponsored and partially controlled Bank for National Growth, Bank for Family, and the Federated Farmers’ Bank, under one umbrella of the Bank of Yohannes.

At the Retail Bank of Yohannes: we strive to connect with you, our important international customers. We will not act as a robotic intermediary, as commercial banks would to those businesses and enterprises requiring their services. Whether you are one of the many young, first time home buyers requiring that mortgage gateway to the palatial - literally - abode next door, or perhaps you are looking for the right insurance plan for your property: at the Retail Bank of Yohannes we look after our customers with only respect and care, as you would do to a member from your own family.

Today, the Retail Bank of Yohannes has served and indirectly provided our services to countless international customers in over 100 regions. We are committed to provide the safe haven you desire for your savings. Entrusting your money with the Retail Bank of Yohannes means entrusting your fund to one of the safest, best regulated, and most far-reaching banking institution in the nineteen countries.

Private Bank of Yohannes

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The President of the Banana Republic is
the ideal IPBY high-net client
The International Private Bank of Yohannes (IPBY) has been proven historically to be the most well-known division of the Bank of Yohannes outside the continent, despite the fact that the Bank of Yohannes has always - since its founding - emphasised and prioritised its overseas operation in multi-regional market and institutional banking activities. At IPBY, we provide the support wealthy individuals and notable ultra high-net individuals, institutions, and government agencies will need to safely preserve and store, as well as ultimately grow, their wealth. At the most basic level, IPBY services are grouped together along seven separate subdivisions: Standard, Executive, Cash Fund, High Security, Green Future, Next Generation, and Gold Bullion.

Multiregional Bank of Yohannes

Why the Multiregional Bank of Yohannes (MBY) is the most important division of the Bank of Yohannes? The answer is a simple one. We fund the construction of schools and universities, state-of-the-art hospitals, factories, and high techology manufacturing centres in many nations outside the ontinent of Yohannes. We have rejuvenated the flagging economies of nations which have faced man-made and natural disasters historically. We have historically funded Yohannesian close-trading partners of various international commercial and diplomatic standings, whilst restricting ourselves from trying to influence those who have accepted us. We are first and foremost a business of neutrality. We provide the capital nations and institutions need to achieve sustainable growth, while at the same time maintaining our neutrality to assure only the best possible client experience.

The international community's multiple regions are increasingly interconnected with one another, and at MBY we are determined to be at the forefront of this development.


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Application Forms


[Kindly fill the following application to create an account]

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[b]Application Form [Account Creation][/b]
Which one you are [tick one]? Agency [], Alliance [], Business [], Government [], Individual [], Organisation []
Official name on record:
Type of account [tick one]:
Standard [] Executive [] Cash Fund [] High Security [] Green Future [] Next Generation [] Gold Bullion []
Initial deposit [US$/gold/assets/etc.]:
I, as the creator of [b][name of your Nation here][/b], hereby give my Out-of-Character (OOC) permission for the Bank of Yohannes to hold one of my In-Character (IC) characters’ wealth on NationStates, according to my Nation’s existing canon (the material accepted as officially part of my Nation’s story in the fictional international community of NationStates). As the owner of [b][name of your Nation here][/b], I understand that, should I dislike the In-Character (IC) actions of the Bank of Yohannes in future, I can always terminate this OOC agreement and refuse to acknowledge the existence of the Bank of Yohannes in my Nation.


[Kindly fill the following application to invite us to establish branches and offices in your nation]

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[b]Application Form [Branch Opening][/b]
The name of your Nation on NationStates:
I, as the creator of [b][name of your Nation here][/b], hereby give my Out-of-Character (OOC) permission for the Bank of Yohannes to open its branches in my Nation, according to my Nation’s existing canon (the material accepted as officially part of my Nation’s story in the fictional international community of NationStates). As the owner of [b][name of your Nation here][/b], I understand that, should I dislike the In-Character (IC) actions of the Bank of Yohannes in future, I can always terminate this OOC agreement and refuse to acknowledge the existence of the Bank of Yohannes in my Nation.


[This short form application is only available for member nations of the World Assembly, i.e. to prevent people from using their alternate or puppet accounts to post here]

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I speak on behalf of the Government of [your Nation name], and I would like to invite the Bank of Yohannes to our country. This has been an announcement from the Government of [your Nation name].



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Leading Figures

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Leading Figures

Sir Matthew Alexander Gilligan

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Seat: Group Chairman

Brief Overview

Sir Matthew has extensive private and public service experience earnt through previous institutional membership as the Chairperson of Liberty International Banking Corporation. His specialty has always been cross-border applied knowledge of financial and risks management in transnational banking, and international treasury and securities trading activities. Sir Matthew earnt his Master of Business and Administration qualification from the University of Halsten.

Sir Matthew was born and bred in the Kingdom of Alexandria, and is a nominated Order of Merit member, Knight of the Roundtable Second-Class. Appointed to the Board since 6 March 1997, Sir Matthew currently ensures the proper running of the most profitable financial institution in the continent of Yohannes.

His past appointments include a brief acting Operational Director position, YAX Chief Financial Officer, Third Executive Director, Head of Regulation Commission, Vice-Head of Regulation Commission, Garnet til Alexandros Association of Yohannesian Trustees President, International Association of Stock Exchanges Trustees Officer, and Head of the Competitiveness and Business Revenue Office.

Sir Matthew is married to the loving Lady Rosaria Hemmingway-Gilligan, and is the father of two adoring daughters.

Brief Overview
Dame Julianna Fríða Stefansson

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Seat: Group Chief Executive

Dame Julianna is a notable banker, with an equally extensive career timeline in the Bank of Yohannes - the well-travelled Yohannesian businesswoman has held a number of Bank of Yohannes leadership positions internationally in more than 8 regions. She played a crucial role historically in further regulating the institution and expanding its networking operation overseas.

A former Headgirl of the privately-run Ardenfontein Grammar School, the Regency of Lindblum born and bred Order of Merit and Knight of the Roundtable Second-Class nominated member won a scholarship to attend the University of Halsten; where she continued to pursue her Master of Business and Administration and conjoint Laws study.

Appointed to the Board since 11 January 2011, Dame Julianna currently ensures the proper running of the most profitable financial institution in the continent of Yohannes. She is also the first female Board Chief Executive of the bank.

Her past appointments include Chairwoman of Multiregional Yohannesian Council of Businesses, Vice-Delegate of Yohannesian Business-Environment Caring Division of the bank, Deputy Operational Manager of Ardenfontein Regional Finance and Banking Operation, and a member of the bank's root Board of Supervision.

Dame Julianna is married to The Honourable Edward Stefansson, supervisory delegate of the Economic Palace to Stock Exchange of Yohannes.

Brief Overview

Born in Ruccola, Kevin Tsakamura immigrated to Yohannes with his parents during the 1970s, residing in the capital city of the Kingdom of Alexandria. He acquired his Master of Business and Administration from the University of Halsten, where his hidden talent was noted by then Professor of Social Capital Economics Dr Cornellius Brunche.
Kevin Tsakamura

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Seat: Group Audit Head


Kevin Tsakamura specialises in transnational banking and account finance. The father of two loving daughters and husband of a loving wife, he had once oversees the full-time credit supervision and operation of over 25 regional markets. He retired from Valedonia Imperial Banking Elysium regional division in 2001, where he then received an Order of Merit, Knight of the Roundtable Fourth Class award. Mr Tsakamura is also a member of the Fellow of the Institute of Yohannesian Chartered Accountants.

His past appointments include a temporary non-executive director position of United Investment Incorporated and Chief Financial Officer of Royal Halsten Insurance; Chairperson and Regional Executive Officer of YAX Lucerna Division; and a permanent council seat member of the University of Halsten School of the Economics.

Mr Tsakamura, together with Sir Matthew and Dame Julianna, ensure the proper administration of the seventeen members' Board as a whole.



Leadership - Board of Directors


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The Rt Hon George McVicar, the Fifth Earl of Whitby

Group Finance Director
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The Fifth Earl of Whitby was appointed as Group Finance Director of BY in January 2009.


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The Hon Edmund Autenberry MP

Independent non-executive Director

The Hon Edmund Autenberry MP was appointed to the Board in 2006.


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Dame Chloe McLachlan

Chairwoman of Group Sustainability Committee

Dame Chloe McLachlan was appointed to the Board on 26 February 2012.


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Dame Eleanor White

Chairperson of Group Audit Committee

Dame Eleanor White has extensive background in interregional business and finance.


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Sir Grant Wellington

Director of Foreign Relations Committee

Sir Grant Wellington has extensive background in export operation and finance.


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Dame Aliena Thorndon

Adviser to the Board

Dame Aliena Thorndon was appointed as Crown Law Adviser to the Board in 2009.


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Her Majesty Garnet til Alexandros

Non-voting Member of the Board

HM Garnet Til Alexandros the Queen of Alexandria is a non-voting honorary member of the Board


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Sir Adolphe Lewingston

Non-voting Member of the Board

Former Speaker of the Lindblum House Sir Adolphe Lewingston is non-voting honorary member of the Board.


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Our Notable Buildings

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Our Headquarters

Excerpt from the National Geographic episode 104 advertisement,

The Parenga-Motu [National Bank] Building, dubbed as the "Economic Palace", is the new international headquarters of the Bank of Yohannes. It is also the seat of the proper Economic Palace itself — the central bank of the Realm of Yohannes. Built in Victorian style, the Parenga-Motu is one of Legion Construction's most honoured work, with the first time, an architecture team consisting of Chief Architect Jimmy Chan, Mr Tris Clapton and Mr Michael Lavigne, three of the most prolific architects of the construction firm. Bringing a hybrid of specialist to create stylistic integration, paired up with the vision of the Bank of Yohannes, elevates the Parenga-Motu building to one of the most important and iconic buildings in the world.

The Parenga-Motu Building looks conservatively modest with its Victorian architecture, and with three levels in height, but bears more than meets the eye. With a surface area of more than half a football field, it sprawls wide in the centre of Parliament Square. Including 2 ballrooms, luxurious but simple interior furnishing and lavish wood and marble imported from all around the world, the quality of furnishing drastically outdoes many of its peers. An economic hub in its own right, it has the capability of hosting up to 7,000 people in the building at any one time, due to its expanded basement level.

The Parenga-Motu Building was constructed to be a work of legacy, reflecting the long history of the Bank of Yohannes, and that will definitely last in the impressions of countless for a long time to go.

In addition, attached are also the images of the building.



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Ground Level
The Ground Level is the main client operations of the bank building. Clients can meet in private meeting rooms or attend seminars, conferences and press releases by the Bank of Yohannes at the Press Rooms located here. A classic traditional entrance welcomes all guests and dignitaries to the Parenga-Motu Building.
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Level 2
The Level 2 houses corporate work area and the executive offices for the leadership. No clients usually come here, hence the more modern and productive design, modest and stylish.
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Basement
Basement area is where the bank headquarters vault is located at. The basement of the building is also the meeting area for VIP clients that seek anonymity and confidentiality. Ordinary clients are not allowed to come here, as clients may only be brought down here by employees.
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The Parenga-Motu Building is the highest quality constructions ever done by the Imperial Legion-based construction firm, and calculated figures have approached an expected NS/US$750 million in expenses, both exterior and interior construction.


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  • Elisabeth shaded her eyes. The strong summer sunlight dazzled her as soon as she opened the door. Standing in front of the cheering crowd, waiting, she could see Monica Blaire walking towards her. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Treaty of Friendship, Commerce, and Navigation between Chancellor Annabelle Thorndon-Stevensonn’s 37th Christian Democratic Executive Council and the Government of the Armed Republic of the Chuck will be negotiated next week. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • At least twenty people from the Retail and Commercial Banking desk were staying late at the office tonight, and Emma was about to join them and ask, “I didn’t expect to see you guys around here at this time?” [ Click here to read the story ]

  • Emma had enjoyed a year of stability as one of the youngest Investment Implementation Analysts in the Bank of Yohannes. It took her almost five years to secure the job. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • Work has started on an important refurbishment of the North America and Yohannes Banking Group’s Philadelphia Centre in Philadelphia’s High Street, designed to support the subsidiary bank’s business operations over the next 30 years. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • Entering 2020 and another decade and many business owners in Yohannes would sit down, a little bit introspective, relaxed and pondered: what this year will bring for them? [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Office of Embassy and Consulate Programme has granted IBE Bank Eimsbüttel a market authority permit to establish 20 branches in the Principality of Catalonia next year. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Bank of Yohannes’ entry into the New Transeurasian commercial banking market is finally set in stone with the planned construction of two full service local branches in Moscow next year. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • Interest rate derivatives market players always look forward to the next turning point of a cycle. That’s only to be expected when we take into account the fact that those who could predict early—and right—will reap the most benefit. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The rain has stopped beyond the International Incidents, and the Nineteen Countries can close its umbrella at last. With trade and investment slowly gaining momentum, the Imperial Cash Rate (ICR) has been left untouched at 215 basis points. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • Yohannesian multinational banks have poured $10 billion of capital for Alpeian civil construction companies since the Fridigus Amnis memorandum of understanding and investment agreement, figures show. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • In the important third reading of the bill yesterday, 57 GOP lawmakers joined 162 Christian Democrats and Greens to pass the Bank of Yohannes and Bank Pambudia Memorandum of Understanding and Investment Act. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Gorskian government today announced that it has invited the Bank of Yohannes to expand its retail network in the Gorskian Republic by adding nine full service branches and 70 limited service branches. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Bank of Yohannes in the Alpes a Septentrionali Imperium is aiming to create as many as 8,600 jobs for the next five years as it copes with changing market conditions and works to build its network of full service branches and local financial centres in Paris and surrounding areas. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Bank of Yohannes’ board of directors has agreed to hold discussions with YAG Technologies International about a potential supply agreement, as the Nineteen Countries’ oldest bank looks for possible new suppliers and technology solution providers after enjoying sustained overseas branch network and share-price growth in 2018, people close to the bank confirmed. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Bank of Yohannes has announced its investment plan in the infrastructure projects of the Federal Republic of Imazighen. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Bank of Yohannes has signed a limited partnership agreement with Vienna Consulting to help Royal Alexandria’s oldest bank write and implement “multifarious” comprehensive Financial Compliance and Technical Standards (FCTS) contracts over the next five years. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • On Tuesday, the Bank of Yohannes announced that it will open its first branch in the People’s Republic of Joyea next month. The company is also looking to build, shift, or renovate about 400 to 500 banking centres and offices in new Coalition of Authoritarian Nations markets over the next eight years. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Bank of Yohannes could see the construction of 79 branches in Hiram Land over the next five years, bringing the international lender’s local and national office count in one of UNOE’s largest countries above 400, as the bank plans to shelve its previous strategy to cut over-the-counter costs in favour of online service expansion. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Bank of Yohannes’ market leading Nineteen Countries Macroeconomics Team has published the Last Month of the Year Economic Review for 2018. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • Following a confirmation of approval by the Federal Government of the United States of Undarat this morning, the Bank of Yohannes has finally been given the green light to establish six fully operational branches in the United States of Undarat. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • In 2017, the Realm Railroad Administration (RRA) commissioned the Energy and Environmental Research Centre (EERC) to review the potential long-term baseline environmental and financial liabilities in relation to the provision of passenger ground service in roading and railway networks. The study was undertaken between January and June 2017 across the continent of Yohannes, using public transportation information for the fiscal year starting July 2016 and ending June 2017. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • A publication by the Ministry of Education this morning highlighted that subnational government authorities will receive up to 95.2 billion Quertz russling (855 million NationStates Dollars or Universal Standard Dollars) in supplementary assistance starting next month. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • Hemen Technologies, a Nusalian company which provides navigation solution software for the automotive, enterprise, wireless and personal navigation industries, has struck a partnership with the Bank of Yohannes to secure 8.3 billion Quertz russling (75 million NSD) in investment from the “Marioncare” Industrial Care and Revitalisation Fund. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The phrase “The twenty-first century Muslim World” is a somewhat inaccurate description of a collection of fast growing nations in the international community: having high birthrates and are very active, rich in natural resources, and with capital to burn. They build mosques and cultural centres the international community over to show that the Islamic Renaissance is all but a certainty — and Khataiy seems determined to be at its forefront. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Infrastructure of Nation State Significance Fund announced this morning that it has forwarded a national innovative idea proposal to the Royal Government of Burmecia, making clear its willingness to go ahead with the Gizamaluke-Grotto Central Suburbs Light Rail and Highway Project for commercial investment after the completion of its viability assessment last week. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Royal Alexandria Times can report that Yohannesische Reichsbank Aktiengesellschaft (English: Bank of Yohannes Joint Stock Company) has announced the opening of its first fully independent branch in the State of Nusalia. Its operation has been listed on the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Trade’s Company Register as Nusalia and Yohannes Islamic Banking Group General Partnership. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • Since its founding in 2008, Landburger-Cleyrälisches Elektrizitätswerk Aktiengesellschaft (English: Landburger-Cleyran Power Plant Joint Stock Company; LCE AG) has stolen the limelight due in no small part to its Bond for the Environment Scheme (BES), which was launched in March this year. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Royal Alexandria Times can report that the Bank of Yohannes, the nineteen countries’ oldest citizen sector lending institution, will open 5,100 new overseas branches which are set to create 85,000 new jobs over the next eight years. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • According to Encyclopaedia Maxtopia, deindustrialisation can be defined as follows — quote, unquote — a process of social and economic change caused by the removal or reduction of industrial capacity or activity in a nation or region, especially heavy industry or manufacturing industry. Expressed in a different way, it is a reality we have faced since the later part of the Economic Miracle period (1946-2016). [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Royal Alexandria Times has learnt today that Wehrmacht armoured vehicle procurement officers have informed parliament’s select committee of its intention to give a three-year fixed price adjusted contract to Halstenmetall AG. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The International Private Bank of Yohannes will increase new member intake by up to one thousand by the second half of 2019 to prepare it for “business growth coming from such activities as its recent banking partnership with Sacrosanct Bank.” IPBY confirmed this would increase the total number of its international employees by about three per cent. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Royal Alexandria Times can report that after a negotiation which lasted for almost a year, the Federal Recon Investment Authority (FRIA) has agreed on a final deal on Friday to acquire a stake of 2.5 trillion non-voting shares in the Bank of Yohannes. The agreement will be concluded next month, subject to customary closing conditions and the go-ahead of Economic Palace. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • Originally postponed by the Thirty-sixth Christian Democratic Executive Council since 2014, INS now has seventy-four member companies participating in the programme, and has finally become a force to be reckoned with in the continent of Yohannes. Deriving its financial support from such family brands as the Central Provident Fund and EducationPathway, INS is aiming to concentrate on three key areas until 2025 — dubbed by pundits as its “first five-year plan”. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Royal Alexandria Times can report that the Bank of Yohannes has won a remunerative contract to be one of the Government of the Ninth Republic of Hiram Land’s international bankers. The contract, which is set to be active until 2025, includes such fundamental government services as card management, foreign exchange, payment and transaction banking, and suppliers performance and dispute resolution. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Bank of the Atlantic has decided once again to increase its Global Economics and Trade index listed banking presence through the acquisition of a stake in the nineteen countries’ oldest financial institution, the Bank of Yohannes. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Royal Alexandria Times can report that Reichswerke Ludwig Künstler GmBH (English: Ludwig Künstler Realm Works Limited Liability Company) is planning to release a reverse convertible packaged bond programme worth 5 billion Quertz russling (45.7 million NationStates Dollars or Universal Standard Dollars) to expand and further automate its Royal Lindblum micro-electro-mechanical system and sensor facility. The programme is expected to create 500 jobs in the southern industrial suburb of Lindblum am Main. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • It was two weeks from today last year that the Kazansky Heavy Industries and the Bank of Yohannes — Allanea Act 2017, or more popularly known by domestic anti-Allanean imperialism protestors as the “Allanea 2017 Act”, was tabled through parliament’s chamber. The bilateral investment and trade Act was conceived to inject 245 trillion Quertz russling of investment into the nation’s “bridges, facilities, hospitals, houses, schools, and roads” over a period of fourteen years. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Bank of Yohannes, the oldest financial institution in the nineteen countries, is set to open its doors in Solomons Land. It has obtained permission from the Solomons Land Trade Office to open its first branch in the nation’s capital city, Mill Valley. It will be registered and listed on the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Trade’s Company Register as Solomons Land Yohannes Bank Subsidiary (SLY Bank). [ Click here to read the story ]

  • Making up the central focus of its statement this morning, Bluepeace Energy Cooperative confirmed that it has the necessary capital for five new geothermal power plants as part of a series of investments worth 193.2 billion Quertz russling (1.75 billion NationStates Dollars or Universal Standard Dollars) in the continent of Yohannes. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • All around the greater Royal Lindblum region, engineers are building a 639.6 billion Quertz russling (5.8 billion NationStates Dollars or Universal Standard Dollars) thirty-seven-kilometre regional highway, designed to provide an alternative for commuters from the central city to the outer River Rhyme suburbs. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • With an agreement that was signed in the Embassy of Chistanad this morning, the Commercial Bank of Yohannes has become the first financial institution in the continent of Yohannes to provide its service to foreign entertainment and gaming companies, The Royal Alexandria Times can report. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Royal Alexandria Times has learnt from a recent statement that parliament’s Select Committee on Foreign Trade has approved a proposal made by the Board of Directors of the Bank of Yohannes to open three localised subsidiary branches in the United People’s Federation of Charellia. The Chambers of Industry and Commerce Yohannes had also earlier lodged its submission to make clear its views that the Bank of Yohannes should be allowed to set up shop in Charellia to facilitate bilateral trade between the two nation states. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Islamic Bank of Yohannes this morning announced the release of its new platform, which is aimed at delivering more community dividend and acceptable return on investment at the same time. Darul Uloom Al-Madania Front, according to Sir Grant Wellington, Bank of Yohannes Director of Foreign Relations Committee, is an initiative to provide products and services to collect mortmain property, Sharia hibah, and voluntary charity. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Bank of Yohannes has reported before parliament’s select committe this morning that it will work with Fürstenbeck Shipyard and Engineering Works’ Ship Repair Division to fund a new employment programme with an initial investment worth 14.4 billion Quertz russling (130 million NationStates Dollars/Universal Standard Dollars). [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Bank of Yohannes has announced the opening of its first localised subsidiary branch in the Sultanate of Reksonegoro, which has been registered and listed on the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Trade’s Company Register as Reksonegoro and Yohannes Bank (REB Bank) General Partnership. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • Citizens of the Republic of Argentinstan will no longer need travel visa to enter the continent of Yohannes after the visa waiver will come into effect in December this year. Visa-free travel for Argentine intra-company transfers and tourists is expected to start by the end of this year, according to the Office of Embassy and Consulate Programme Annual Report. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Bank of Yohannes reported this morning that Economic Palace has accepted its fourth loan in the Noble Republic of Treno for the year — a 97.3 million NationStates Dollars funding for power and gas company Mittermeier Share Ownership Limited Corporation’s liquefied natural gas projects following a report published by the Commission of Inquiry into Climate Change and Economic Growth. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • Mr Matthias Smashnova has been designated as Branch Manager of the first full service local branch to be built in Daleworth Mall, which is scheduled to be open for business on 3 January 2019. Employees of the first branch will consist of locally recruited front-end bank branch employees and clerks. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • In the age of Marion Maréchal-Le Men, when bilateral agreements such as the Bank of Yohannes’ plan to enter the United Confederation of Lagos market can be shot down if they “have not touched the lives of the hard working mum and dad Yohannesians”, financial service providers and banking institutions in the nineteen countries are anxiously observing how nation state administration and worldbuilding in 2018 would play out. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • HSH Adelbert VII of Mandragora, Chair of Parliament’s Select Committee on Foreign Trade, reported this morning that Central Provident Fund, the principal comprehensive employment based savings scheme for citizens and permanent residents of the nineteen countries, has offered 11.1 billion Quertz russling (100 million NationStates Dollars or Universal Standard Dollars) to finance green projects in the continent of Yohannes. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • In June 2017, the Bank of Yohannes announced that it has been chosen by the Gages Icelandic Army government to head a new multi-billion dollar healthcare fund. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Bank of Yohannes reported before parliament’s select committee this morning that the government of Omega has authorised its full market license and lending operation, allowing the bank to “kick-start” its market participation in the United Federated States come 2018. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Bank of Yohannes announced the opening of an overseas branch in the Xuangay Trade and Development Zone in partnership with the government of the Federal state of Newell, trading as the Bank of Yohannes Fracels Limited (BYF). This comes as part of the Bank of Yohannes’ plan to expand its international network, which has historically served peoples from a diverse group of nations in the international community of regions. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Bank of the Atlantic and the Bank of Yohannes today announced a standing inter-bank networks agreement, effective immediately. The agreement allows for the provision of the nineteen countries’ EFTPOS (Electronic Funds Transfer at Point Of Sale) system — interconnected financial network between banks and financial institutions in the nineteen countries that allows the processing of credit cards, debit cards, and charge cards at point of sale terminals — to be integrated with the system used by the Bank of the Atlantic. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Bank of Yohannes, the leading financial services and banking institution in the continent of Yohannes, has announced the opening of an overseas branch in Hongkoen in partnership with the State Bank of Hongkoen, trading as the Hongkoen-Yohannes Bank (HYB). This comes as part of the Bank of Yohannes’ plan to expand its international network, which already spans 400 nations in the international community of regions. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • In November 2017, the Central Provident Fund acquired a partial stake in West Coast Fuels Company, a Global Economics and Trade index-listed business in Tegradia. The deal saw the Fund pay 80 million NationStates Dollars to take a five per cent non-voting stake in West Coast Fuels, with Tegradian institutional partner Tegradia Investment Bank representing the Bank of Yohannes in that nation. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Government of Tegradia has granted permission for our institution to establish banking offices and branches in the empire. Pundits and outside observers believe that the decision will boost economic growth, create new jobs, further increase capital availability and market access to local enterprises and individuals, and will provide a new source of investment for both local and regional economies of Tegradia and the nineteen countries. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Government of patrick OConner has granted permission for the creation of investment funds to raise capital for its armaments expansion and private defence sector. Pundits and outside observers kept a neutral opinion of the decision, indicating that whilst it may generate good return, the controversial nature of supporting the arms manufacturing sector of an overseas nation would raise the eyes of the World Assembly. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Government of Chasetopia has granted permission for the creation of investment funds to raise capital for its armaments expansion and private defence sector. Pundits and outside observers kept a neutral opinion of the decision, indicating that whilst it may generate good return, the controversial nature of supporting the arms manufacturing sector of an overseas nation would raise the eyes of the World Assembly. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Government of South Shellfort has granted permission for our institution to establish banking offices and branches within the realms of Her Majesty Susan Rose. Pundits and outside observers have brightly confirmed the decision as a good initiative to boost economic growth, create new jobs, further increasing capital availability and market access to local enterprises and individuals, whilst providing a new source of investment towards both local and regional economies of the Constitutional Monarchy and Yohannes itself. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • Representative of Mr Albert Templeton, CEO of Birdpass Industries, has announced the creation of an Executive account in the Bank of Yohannes, with a potential of long-term investment worth 1.2 trillion NationStates Dollars directed towards infrastructure funds made available in both South Shellfort and Yohannes. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • Representative of Mr Dan Wells has announced the creation of a Cash Fund account in the Bank of Yohannes, with a potential of long-term investment worth 2.5 trillion NationStates Dollars in various secondary and tertiary institutional education export projects as well as relevant portfolios made available in Perland and Yohannes. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • Representative of Perbadanan Pelaburan Nasional has announced the creation of a Cash Fund account in the Bank of Yohannes, with a potential of long-term investment worth US$7 billion in various high-growth business and infrastructure projects as well as portfolios made available throughout Bulanesia and its neighbours. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • Ministerial spokesperson of both the Ministry of Education, Technologies & Industries and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Emirate of Atok have announced the agreement of a $500 billion investment plan to span across the National Laboratory of Aerospace and Composite complex of the nation, with future return capital and yield directed towards the Crown Capital Goods Domestic [CGD] Index; a potential of long-term investment of up to $1.7 trillion Universal Standard Dollars. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • With the withdrawal of Yohannes from the international community, and the determined policy of self-imposed isolation and neutrality of Her Majesty's Government from international incidents, diplomacy, or politics of nation states and organisations overseas, the Governor of the Bank of Yohannes has decided to cement and symbolise this policy of neutrality by finally offering the Quertz russling for trade in the GE&T index listed markets or exchange fronts. Her Majesty's Government Fifty-Third Parliamentary Select Committee of the BoY is currently debating about the possibility of making the Quertz russling available for international investors in this storefront, and will update this section depending on the outcome of its motions through the floors of the Beehive and relevant ministerial office. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Government of Zjaum has granted permission for our institution to establish banking offices and branches within the Principality. Pundits and outside observers have brightly confirmed the decision as a good initiative to boost economic growth, create new jobs, further increasing capital availability and market access to local enterprises and individuals, whilst providing a new source of investment towards both local and regional economies of the Principality and Yohannes itself. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Government of Aclius has granted permission for our institution to operate and invest in the nation's growing and promising infrastructure sectors. Pundits and outside observers have brightly confirmed the decision as a good initiative to boost economic growth, create new jobs, further increasing capital availability and market access to local enterprises and individuals, whilst providing a new source of investment towards both local and regional economies of the Armed Republic. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Afriastan Economic Council has granted permission for our institution to open our financial & banking services in the Republic. Pundits and outside observers have brightly confirmed the decision as a good initiative to create new jobs as well as further increase capital availability to local Afriastan enterprises and individuals, and investment towards both local and regional economies of the Republic. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Board of Directors of the Bank of Yohannes and Her Majesty's Fifty-Third Parliamentary Shareholders Regulation Committee has announced the replacement of Dr Dannerville-Hemdstat with his newly elector successor as representative to the Bank of Thedosia, former member of parliament and diplomat Alice Temuera-MacWell. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Board of Directors of the Bank of Yohannes and Her Majesty's Fifty-Third Parliamentary Shareholders Regulation Committee has announced the replacement of Dr Dannerville-Hemdstat with his newly elector successor as representative to the Bank of Thedosia, former member of parliament and diplomat Alice Temuera-MacWell. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Imperial Ministry of Finance and Taxation of Afaenvia has granted permission for our institution to open our financial & banking services in the empire. Pundits and outside observers have brightly confirmed the decision as a good initiative to create new jobs as well as further increase capital availability to local Afaenvian enterprises and individuals, and investment towards both local and regional economies in the Federation. [ Click here to read the story ]

  • The Ministry of Treasury and Finance of Muati-Soto-A has granted permission for our institution to open our financial & banking services in the Federation. Pundits and outside observers have brightly confirmed the decision as a good initiative to create new jobs as well as further increase capital availability to local Muati-Soto-A enterprises and individuals, and investment towards both local and regional economies in the Federation. [ Click here to read the story ]


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Our Allied Institutions

The Bank of Yohannes maintains close cooperation and mutually beneficial international operation partnership with various foreign multinational financial service providers and banking corporations worldwide, allowing our institution to integrate our overseas ATMs and branch-related operations with the following foreign businesses:


Our Foreign Investors

The Bank of Yohannes has regularly ensured that - at the most - 10% of our non-voting, ordinary shares are made available to foreign entities. The following link will direct you to the list of our foreign shareholders: [ click here ]

Playing Our Part

At the Bank of Yohannes, we truly believe in our ability to accelerate, and help to act as the catalyst of growth throughout the places we operate in, while at the same time fulfilling our role as a truly community-focused bank: where the local population's confidence and trust are the foremost rules of the book. We are intending to play our role in building that trust by committing ourself to support local culture, education, employment, people and sports.


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Your nation can join the WA, but it's not compulsory. If you remain outside, you're unaffected by its decisions. If you're ready to mix it up in international politics, though, the WA is for you.

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[OOC] The History of Our Institution

The Bank of Yohannes concept was the first thing that I write about in the National and International Roleplaying forum (Sunday October 3, 2010). I was a huge noob back then, and even now I still do silly things - some which I do intentionally for fun and variety... while others I did unintentionally because I did not know a lot of things or I was just being lazy! At my peak (activity) of roleplaying on NationStates, four institutions were roleplayed by me simultaneously: very few would remember them. Two were arms manufacturing storefronts while the other two were financial services. And from the year 2010 to the present day, I have seen a few well-made storefronts - some of which has given me the inspiration to always improve my economic storytelling and worldbuilding - come and go. Even more has disappeared from the face of this forum; well, not literally... but you know what I mean hehe

Since 2010, the Bank of Yohannes - and its previous canons - has stood the test of time. I couldn't really be bothered nor do I have the time or willingness to revive or update my other three storefronts, for they were not where my heart truly lies in the fantasy roleplaying realms of NationStates all along. Since its rather nooby introduction into the roleplaying world of NationStates - by a nooby roleplayer hehe - the Bank of Yohannes has adopted various fictional IC names, the silliest of them all of which was the 'Reserve Bank of Indonesia.' It was, in the words of Rich and Corporation and Van Luxemburg (and a couple of other roleplayers then), the purest 'ponzi scheme' institution of them all. Long story short, I have since then journeyed through the wonderful diplomacy forums of NationStates and met various individuals, learning new things along the way, and correcting the way I should roleplay this institution. Since 2010, the Bank of Yohannes has been the model on which most bank storefronts have been based on, from the application formatting made back then in 2010, down to the strategic operation of how finance & banking is roleplayed in the global economics & trade index, and how one roleplay their interaction with prospective clients/customers.

I realise that I may not be one of the better writers or roleplayers in this game, but these days I can care no less. I will do what I love to do the most, and so long as my roleplaying does not negatively affect the roleplaying experience of other roleplayers, then I don't see why that would be a bad thing. I love to roleplay economic stuff and I love to apply it to the often humorous and weird roleplaying world of NationStates. So... expect to see Gnomes, reference to NationStates mixed weirdly with In-Character stuff, and other unusual things along the way!

And finally, remember this: when you become one of our many high net worth clients, you will be given your very own silver pager and card. They are certainly not mass-produced from the Empire of Maxtopia or the Bigtopian Republic... for they are Made in Yohannes.

The historical names of this storefront are, from the earliest to the latest:



The History of Yohannesian Industrialisation
to catch up with the old world nations, and be recognised as a civilised nation



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The flood of cheap foreign
goods threatened the economic
independence of Yohannes.
From The Yohannesian Model: the importance of policy cycles, [ Tales from Yohannes the Continent ]

The nation-state officially named the Lyran Protectorate, or popularly known today as simply Lyras, is known for its military model: ‘stratocracy’ or ‘stratocratic’, ‘military democracy’ or ‘military state’, ‘Longsword diplomacy’, ‘insert varying name here Arms’, and many other things inspired by the impressive Lyran legacy from late 2008 to early 2013. Without the Lyran Protectorate, there will not exist some of the most well-known nations of today; or, of course, the Hundred Days War and slavers’ wars through the years; or, of course, the Yohannes of today.

The successive governments of Yohannes have since 2010 looked up to the Lyran Protectorate, or Lyras, as their source of inspiration. But if the Lyran Model was to be known for its military, the Yohannesian Model must make its mark somewhere else; something more inclusive, and perhaps more peaceful. The Bank of Yohannes; VMK manufacturing; Royal Beaufort overseas shipyards; foreign investment; internationalised manufacturing; shared wealth and prosperity with other nation-states — the economy. But they all did not come about historically from nowhere. Successive governments of the Nineteen Countries have since the early nineteenth century emphasised the importance of policy cycles to build the Yohannesian Model of today, just as the Lyran Protectorate did eventually complete its Lyran Model in 2010.

How should we explain the policy cycles which can be observed through the Nineteen Countries’ eight historical periods, and what is their relationship to the dynamism of the brand of capitalism known as the Yohannesian Model? It is easy to explain the effects of a nation’s historical economic policies (e.g. the nation of Testlandia was an agrarian, uncivilised nation in 1900, but it industrialised to eventually become a rich, developed nation today in 2018), but much harder to explain what inspired the policies themselves (e.g. how did the nation state Testlandia achieve this; what were the internal and external forces which influence and affect these economic changes; how did the government of Testlandia formulate its policies).

The Founding Monarchs and the early nineteenth century Yohannesian modernisers saw the regular ups and downs of the business cycle, generated by the Anglo-Saxon capitalist system of the thousands of World Assembly nations which dominated the international community, as the pump which supplied the system’s dynamism by confronting entrepreneurs with continually changing problems and opportunities. Have policy cycles performed that function for the Nineteen Countries in Yohannes the continent, as it slowly modernised since the late eighteenth century to finally take its place as an industrialised, civilised nation-state today in 2018? With that question in mind, we will first review the eight periods, and then analyse some characteristics of the policy choices and the external and internal forces which made them.

It is convenient to anticipate one analytical device here, in order to streamline the historical review process. The numerous policy measures employed from time to time on the Yohannesian continent can be broadly separated as falling into two generalised classes, which we will call ‘policies for growth’ and ‘policies for efficiency’. Policies for growth are chosen when Yohannesian policymakers identify certain bottlenecks; that is, particular scarcities which limit the achievable rate of growth of the economy as a whole. Policies are then designed to improve the supply of the scarce resource — whether education, foreign exchange, raw materials, technology, a road or rail network, or, most importantly for an uncivilised, primitive, underdeveloped, or developing nation-state, capital. Policies for efficiency, meanwhile, aim to improve the efficiency with which available resources are being used. They may allocate resources between firms and industries, encourage or discourage competition, alter patterns of corporate size and market strength, or they may switch some resources to welfare services or income transfers. Many of the cyclic changes come about as bureaucrats switch from one approach to the other, or look for the right mix of the two. Some advocates of the Anglo-Saxon model of capitalism would assign redistributive and welfare policies to a third category of ‘policies for welfare’, but even among the more enlightened World Assembly nation-states, policies of these kinds were comparatively rare until recent decades; and they were regarded as policies of efficiency in that they were designed to improve the working of the productive system by reducing conflict and improving co-operation. Yohannesian policymakers believe that the productive system itself is the main source of the people’s welfare; that is, without a strong economy, there will not be strong provisions for the welfare of the people.

We will now summarise the stages of development in the Yohannesian Model’s road to industrialisation from the Yohannesian nation-state’s starting position in the early nineteenth century as an uncivilised young nation: to eventually catch up economically with Automagfreek, Knootoss and the rest of the older occidental nation-states beyond the International Incidents.


1786-1871: the Second Amendment period

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The seed drill process
enhanced agricultural productivity.
The Founding Monarchs and early Yohannesian modernisers aimed to give the Nineteen Countries the roads and bridges, postal services, government offices and educated population, and infrastructure and starting capital which would identify the nation-state as an independent and civilised modern society; and to equip and finance the Yohannesian institutions and people by building and supplying a centralised, modern navy — the Commonwealth Navy. The efforts to industrialise were mainly by means of (i) building infrastructure; (ii) intensive foreign study of the more industrialised and civilised World Assembly nation-states from the Occidental communities and by adopting their technologies; and (iii) the creation of government-owned industrial enterprises (e.g. executive council body corporates, nation state owned enterprises). All three were policies of growth — to supply the economy with the infrastructure, technical knowledge, and entrepreneurs that it lacked. The eventual enactment of the Second Amendment in 1871 marked the end of this period in Yohannesian history.


1872-1900: the Wilhelmine Restoration period

The Wilhelmine Restoration Period, where legislative power slowly shifted from the Realm Parliament to the Electoral College (until it would be reversed once again in later periods), and the centralisation of policy decision-making from a confederation of nineteen monarchs to a federation with one elected emperor, was a period where successive Yohannesian governments and nation-state modernisers learnt from the mistakes of their predecessors. Financing infrastructure and government enterprises by printing money had been inflationary; and the Sixth Christian Democratic Executive Council finally deflated the currency, the Quertz russling, in 1872. The Bank of Yohannes, with its public ownership of a number of strategic banks, was finally amalgamated, and a centralised banking system based broadly on civilised, occidental foreign models created, but with very strong bias towards industrial rather than other uses of savings. Plenty of technologies continued to be imported from the old world nation-states, but for economic philosophy and policy successive Yohannesian governments turned chiefly to its own creation — the Yohannesian Model.

Authority enterprises, nation state body corporates, and public industrial enterprises gave way to aids for citizen sector enterprises and the predecessors of today’s nation-state owned enterprises alongside the infrastructure, some non-tariff protective measures, government procurement (especially of naval supplies) at the imperial and national level, and a financial system to generate capital and credit for private industry and for a strong navy. The trunk lines of the government-financed Imperial Railway Corporation attracted citizen sector investors to build local rail networks, but the main stimulus was indirect: the developing infrastructure improved the conditions for profitable citizen sector enterprise. The short-lived authority companies and nation-state body corporates had bred some entrepreneurs. Mass education improved the quality of labour available to them — human capital. The eight leading public and private universities in Yohannes the continent equipped and encouraged their graduates to supply modernising leadership in government throughout the late nineteenth century; they filled the offices of the executive council, the hallowed halls of parliament, and the sacred benches of the justices of the peace. They sustained the expanding branches of the banks as well as the manufactory and merchant shipyards. They made possible the institutions of a confident, partially civilised young nation-state. The switch from government to citizen sector industrial management was a policy of efficiency; most of the others were policies of growth.


1901-1914: the Foreign Investment period

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VMK Steel Works complex in
Halsten.
Economic policy moved from being domestic to being expansionary as the Nineteen Countries started to expand its banking and manufacturing presence outside the continent of Yohannes while militarily it kept itself at bay from the many International Incidents and harmful nation-states diplomacy. The Nineteen Countries strictly limited its involvement to supplying and financing the war efforts of other nation-states (for their imperialistic goals) with financial credit, industrial and military goods, as well as war and merchant ships. Domestically, the nineteen countries concentrated on increasing navy and merchant navy procurement (e.g. merchant ships to carry Yohannesian goods around the oceans and warships to guard their trade convoys), public investment (e.g. quangos), and citizen sector industrial development. Together, these had a number of effects. Imports increased substantially, which produced a trade deficit. In 1903 the then Christian Democratic executive council responded by restraining government investment at the imperial level, and so in due course infrastructure provision lagged behind growing demand. Urban slums spread, labour began to resist harsh working conditions, and until 1908 employers resisted government efforts to introduce the first collection of labour statutes in Yohannes the continent.

Industrial growth was accelerating in a self-sustaining way and was reaching the scale in which it began to have appreciable effects on mass beliefs, lifestyles, and consumption patterns on the continent. The executive council encouraged the transformation from the imperial level, but it led to over-exploitation of land, forestry, fishing and other natural resources, and to increasing resistance and protests by the losers of industrialisation: the artisans and the specialised craftsmen (there were very few craftswomen in this period due to shameful sexism and other forms of gender discrimination). Successful growth policies, especially the restraining of government investment and imports, were creating an increasing need for policies of efficiency, including some which promised improvements in the field of social welfare.


1914-1925: the NSDP period

The period of NSDP, which stands for ‘nationwide social development policy’, was a period largely dominated by policies for efficiency. Successive governments of the Yohannesian nation-state continued its policy of isolation from International Incidents as the nation continued to patiently build its economy by supplying overseas nation-states with financial and material resources. In this period the (still) industrialising Nineteen Coutries was able to take over some markets from the older occidental nations, become an independent shipbuilder and oceanic merchant carrier, and turn the trade deficits of the previous decades into acceptable export surpluses. Late in this period, price inflation provoked urban riots, as the proletariat demanded higher pay and the increasingly confident middle class demanded more representation in the seats of government; then the first of many such notable trough periods in the twentieth century brought about rural distress in the heartland countries (e.g. the Kingdom of Burmecia, Grand Duchy of Dali), and labour unions and politically left oriented organisations and parties (even more radical than the Social Democratic Party) sprung up throughout the continent. The Social Democratic executive council of the day responded by suppressing Leftist opinions and organisations, but diverted some government investment to improve urban and rural life. This was the economic expression of the NSDP period (the main political achievement of which was universal suffrage in parliament).

Once a newly elected Christian Democratic executive council assumed power in 1918, public investment towards facilities for industrial development once again became the focus, resulting in the creation of large early twentieth century industrial sites. The nation’s natural resources and industrial capacity were surveyed, and a modern system following World Assembly recommendation and civilised Occidental line set up to monitor them. From 1923 the then Christian Democratic executive council stepped up public investment in industrial transport as well as urban and rural infrastructure as a full employment strategy while extending its financial and banking control to channel government and citizen sector lending into heavy industrial development. With these policies, and increasing material imports from more trade partners overseas, the Nineteen Countries had been able to develop respectable self-sufficiency in first steel, then machinery, and then chemicals and finally arms manufacturing. There were thus three phases of policy making in the NSDP period: policies of efficiency from 1914 to 1917; a return to policies of growth from 1918 to 1923; and the reflationary full-employment culmination of the previous two phases which doubled as policies of efficiency (to employ all existing resources) and as policies of growth (to improve material standards of living while increasing nationwide military capacity for the future).


1926-1932: the Enabling Act period

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The Emperor’s court in 1883.
In developing and managing the merchant navy and trade-dependent economy, the bureaucracy brought its decades of collective experience and institutional apparatus to bear, and added considerably to the expansion of Yohannesian oceanic and merchant trade presence outside the continent. In supervising the expansion of overseas financial networks, manufactory and shipyards, and connecting them with the Yohannesian metropolitan economy; conscripting the citizen sector munitions industry managers to equip the Commonwealth Navy with its trade convoy formations; developing publicly franchised and directed but citizen sector owned and managed power, coal, petroleum and transport enterprises; sponsoring and controlling cartels in the citizen sector; coordinating the predecessors of the large nation state owned enterprises of today; and exercising overall control and allocation of scarce materials, the bureaucrats extended their skills and institutional repertoire. They were also led to reflect on perfecting the working principles of the early Yohannesian Model economy, and possible non-socialist alternatives to the predominant Anglo-Saxon capitalism model. Thus equipped, the younger ranks of nation-state modernisers were able to pass on their knowledge to the next generation of nation-state bureaucrats to create the backbone of self-sustaining human capital for an industrialised, modern Nineteen Countries. This period culminated in the passage of the Enabling Act 1933.


1933-1945: the Third Industrial Growth period

As older nations and others discovered the gradually expansionary Yohannesian economic presence, there was a need to appease the older powers by giving out some concessions, lest their wrath be invited upon the nineteen countries. These half-hearted measures of appeasement were done under the guise of various reforms (e.g. economic liberalisation, land, labour and trade barrier reduction, commitment to international anti slavery cause), with the older generation of nation-state modernisers making way to the new generation of nation-state bureaucrats to lead the largely policies for efficiency period. This younger generation of economic policy makers and administrators used their extensive powers to oversee the third industrial growth period, which was marked by increasing concentration of available resources in the coal and steel industries, with assistance from a newly reformed Bank of Yohannes.

The successors to the Wilhelmine Restoration period oligarchs conducted another census of the nation’s productive resources, set up a comprehensive statistical system at the imperial level, and in 1941 (a good year for Yohannesian terms of trade) published the government’s first monthly parliamentary analysis archive report, which has since then continued to summarise the state of the Nineteen Countries economy. The yearly Monetary Target Consensus (MTS) and monetary policy report was published in 1945, with principles which held up to the present day; namely, that the nation-state of Yohannes and its administration in the international community was centrally an economic task (not military); that the government as embodied by the executive council of the day must unite and lead the people in that task; and that it should plan and guide the continuing expansion of the economy through international trade. The principles have held, but their application changes with the stages of growth. During the first four years of the period, the executive council issued its ‘recommendations’ for various leading domestic citizen sector financial and banking players to allocate their capital and productive resources to designated industries.

Over the next four years the Nineteen Countries slowly worked to break away from older nations’ strict anti-slavery policy by conducting profitable trade with infamous slaver nation-states of the international community (e.g. the Scandinvans, or Ralkovia, which was condemned by the World Assembly in 2012), while it tried to appease the old powers by generously funding such international organisations as CAPINTERN and the World Anti Slavery Organisation. The Nineteen Countries also worked to circumvent more established nations’ market presence by focusing potential export industries to produce large, strong, cost-competitive exporters in a few select market it knew it could compete in. The profit from financing and supplying various anti-slaver wars of friendly and allied nation-states were channeled to select industries and firms, which further increased market presence for the Nineteen Countries outside the continent. The ultimate objective of the Yohannesian government had changed from “being recognised as an equal, civilised nation-state by the older nation-states” to “becoming independent of western nations’ aid and procurement.”


1946-2016: the Economic Miracle period

The executive council’s aim was to have the economy grow as fast as the balance of payments allowed. To achieve that, the Bank of Yohannes and other financial institutions were used to subsidise imports,and the exchange to buy them were rationed through the newly created Alleswerken trade agreement model to feed potential export industries as far as possible. Borderline unlawful (by World Assembly and conventional standards) extensive ‘stop-go’ macroeconomic efforts to restrain imports and excessive investment by dampening domestic demand were also undertaken covertly. The unexpected level of growth for much of this period allowed the policy emphasis to shift from import restriction to freer trade and foreign exchange and more reliance on export growth through the latter part of the period. The continually expanding Ministry of Economy, Industry and Trade and its quangos (e.g. Bank of Yohannes, VMK, Royal Beaufort) assisted designated industries and enterprises with subsidised information services, import licenses, financial resources and credit, and action to reduce excessive competition by generating very large ‘allied’ companies or cartel arrangements. These interventionist measures encouraged over-investment and surplus capacity which, however, may have stimulated innovation. Also, citizen sector entrepreneurial energy was so extreme that governments at the national level often found themselves trying to restrain investment, and directing foreign exchange to material imports for existing plant and technologies when investors would rather have spent it on new equipment and technologies.

Meanwhile, inflation was restrained by sometimes tense combinations of fiscal expansion for growth with monetary deflation for stability. For those and other reasons there is disagreement about the actual importance of the executive council contribution; in other words, what the likely rate and direction of growth would have been without it. Both the public and private sector may be criticised on two other grounds. The executive councils of the day did not require and the then leading citizen sector players did not apply reasonable environmental care. And although achieving full employment and reducing wage differentials as far as was practicably possible were the explicit aims of policy in this period, when they were achieved government at the imperial level and business leaders had failed to update or improve social welfare and environmental conservation programmes as far as they could have realistically done. It was only in the latter years of the period that the principle of growth with environmental care in mind would be adopted, and a wide range policies of efficiency implemented to lift up social welfare standard to keep up with growth.

By the 1970s and 1980s, pollution brought about radical environmental reforms (e.g. Resource Management Act 1973), and by the 1990s the Blackhelm Confederacy series of oil shocks and oil conflicts (e.g. invasions of Blackhelm corporate assets by the old powers of the region of Nova, smoke on the water) prompted a radical review of growth policies. Although there were emergency administrative measures to cope with the extended period of oil shock, the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Trade acknowledged that the area of market allocation had greatly expanded and administrative guidance should henceforth be confined to areas of serious market failure. A systematic shift in the Yohannesian Model towards a more laissez-faire approach was temporarily adopted in this period, ironically kick-started and most ardently enforced by the successive left-leaning Social Democratic executive councils of the period. It was followed later by the sale and privatisation of authority companies and nation-state body corporates, including the Imperial Railway Corporation and Imperial Coal and Steel. The liberalisation was party to reduce ever-increasing executive council spending on its organisations and quangos, and partly to balance appropriation proposals put before an increasingly budget sensitive parliament in the face of lower economic growth.

By the 2000s, many executive council organisations had been slimmed and reorganised where public activities were deemed unnecessary. The Ministry of Economy, Industry and Trade was cut down in size considerably, in comparison to the previous century, and a less direct, less coercive mode of indicative planning as well as set of guiding economic and monetary principles adopted by both the executive council and Economic Palace. They proposed that future growth should be in clean, knowledge-intensive industries to improve both environmental quality and working conditions. Broadly, that has happened as recommended. Some heavy and polluting industries — mainly those located in the heartland countries — began to decline and some left the Yohannesian continent to set up shop elsewhere. Some were helped: as the newly elected Social Democratic executive council in 2010 had intensified its nation-states gunboat diplomacy and International Incidents participation, the Commonwealth Navy warships and other military procurement from its expeditionary force (i.e. land branch) and air operations outside the continent of Yohannes consumed an unprecedented level of citizen sector production previously targeted for the non-military sector of the economy. The invasion of Osthia in 2011; invasion of the slaver state Greater Tedzrian by Lyras; Imperial League crisis; Incursus conflict in 2011; invasion of Hippostania in 2013; or the brief ACA crisis — from 2010 to 2014 the Nineteen Countries violated its strictly economy-focused nation-state management principles. Under the Social Democratic executive council of the day, the nation-state had acquired vast colonial outposts and direct territories, but it also lost the reputation of armed neutrality and non-direct military diplomacy it had built for so long since the beginning of its foundation as a nation-state.

The Economic Miracle period ended with the arrival of the disastrous Gholgoth crises in 2012 and 2013, and subsequently the extended economic trough hitting the Nineteen Countries in 2014 and 2015. Although the previous Social democratic executive council was replaced by the Thirty-sixth Christian Democratic executive council in 2014, it was not until late 2017 that the effects of the newly elected government’s wide-ranging policies of efficiency were felt. They implemented extensive economic and fiscal reforms (e.g. Budet Reform Act 2017) and reintroduced and extended the Yohannesian nation-state’s policy of armed neutrality by passing the Exiting International Incidents and Nation States Gunboat Diplomacy Act 2016.


2017-present day: the Economic Rebuilding period

Much of the gains and momentum from the previous period of Economic Miracle were lost when new powers beyond the International Incidents started to rise to take the mantle of leadership. From the military powerhouse nation-states of DEUN, SACTO and other like-minded alliances such as IFC, to the religious and alternative socio-political non-occidental powerhouse of Greater Nifon and the military giant of Pharthan as well as other equally fast growing powers such as Ghant and New Edom making their own mark beyond the International Incidents, new external forces have been created while some from the old generation have become more threatening. Through it all the Yohannesian nation-state has, perhaps, found itself as but just one small wheel playing its (perhaps briefly historical) role in the continuously evolving and exciting realm of NationStates diplomacy and International Incidents.

The introduction of new external forces and growing threats to Yohannesian trade had shaped new policies and had terminated old ones. There is general privatisation of partial nation-state owned enterprises (e.g. Bank of Yohannes); growth can be left to the market for the time being, as the Thirty-sixth Christian Democratic executive council concerns itself with growing external forces and new threats, and with underlying rather than immediate welfare questions (e.g. social investment). As the old problems of the Yohannesian nation-state’s late-developing economy with meagre capital, resources and technology had receded into past history, questions of ‘policies for allocation and efficiency’ have reappeared to claim a high priority in the government’s nation-state planning.

There were the beginnings of new consensus among the Yohannesian Members of Parliament about new policy aims: the Nineteen Countries should respond to the aging of the population by continuing its recently introduced merit (point) based immigration policy (from non-occidental nation-states and others) and expand that policy further over the next few decades; search for safer supplies of oil and energy to avoid the debacles of the Blackhelm Confederacy-ODECON-Nova Crisis years; formulate responsible domestic and international policies in support of the World Assembly and passed WA resolutions, now that Yohannes has achieved its financial and industrial goals; and further improve the quality of life of the Yohannesian people while ensuring that the Commonwealth Navy and its merchant navy ships are used strictly to protect Yohannesian trade — not for aggression or to participate in International Incidents abroad. These are things the current generation of Yohannesian bureaucrats will have to avoid if they want the Nineteen Countries on the Yohannesian continent to be a nation-state worth inheriting for our future generations.


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List of International Private Banking Accounts

Postby Yohannes » Fri Oct 15, 2010 11:57 am

List of International Private Banking Accounts


The following list detailed only the accounts of those we consider as 'high-net worth clients' or 'high-net worth individuals' - that is; notable domestic and international companies, professional service firms employed by affluent individuals overseas, and both low per capita income and high per capita income governments and their associated institutions.

1. Mr Paolo Mancini, Chief Executive Officer of Energizia Incorporated
Nation: San Pellegrino Romana
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: 51,030,400,000.00 NationStates/Universal Standard Dollars [NSD/USD]
Interest rate: 3.17% pa

2. Tiara Hotel Group
Nation: Rhodeland
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: 52,000,000.00 NationStates/Universal Standard Dollars [NSD/USD]
Interest Rate: 5.00% pa

3. Mr Marco deMartin, Chief Executive Officer of Bretton Automotive
Nation: Monte Mare
Account: Standard
Deposit: 390,830,000.00 NationStates/Universal Standard Dollars [NSD/USD]
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

4. Mr Dmitri Deskoff
Nation: Onyenu
Account: Standard
Deposit: 650,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

5. Kiramashi Imperial Dynastic Treasury
Nation: Symphonia
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: 11,307,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 5.00% pa

6. Kiramashi Imperial Dynastic Treasury
Nation: Symphonia
Account: Gold Bullion Reserve
Deposit: 5,000,000 gold bullion troy pounces; valued at 7,240,800,000.00 NSD/USD

7. Mr Dahlgren Dazawring; Treasurer of New Dewhurst Coastal Cargo and Passenger Line (NDCCPL)
Nation: Dewhurst-Narculis
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: 100,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 5.00% pa

8. Mr Sherman Chambers
Nation of origin : Greckan Tribes
Account: Standard
Deposit: 20,000,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

9. His Excellency Theo Green; National Head of State - President
Nation: Hamste
Account: Standard
Deposit: 1,020,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

10. The Honourable Supreme Chancellor Cole
Nation: Atticatia
Account: Standard
Deposit: 500,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

11. His Excellency Jiang Wen; Head of State - President
Nation: Ziyou Guo
Account: Standard
Deposit: 25,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

12. MSS Stromburg Foreign Activities Fund; Ministry of State Security
Nation of origin : Stromburg
Account: Standard
Deposit: 10,000,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

13. Mr Simon Whitfield, Acting Chief Executive Officer; Cevuize Automotive Limited Liability Company
Nation: Astholm
Account: Standard
Deposit: 3,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

14. Trinity Global Defense
Nation: Holy Roman Confederate
Account: Standard
Deposit: 11,000,000,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

15. Tolstonian Treasury Department
Nation: Tolstonia
Account: Standard
Deposit: 15,000,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

16. Federalist Thought Federal Government
Nation: Federalist Thought
Account: Gold Bullion Reserve
Deposit: 8,000 gold bullion troy ounces: valued at 11,585,280.00 NSD/USD

17. Government of Monumental Liberty
Nation: Monumental Liberty
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: 40,000,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 3.17% pa

18. Government of Merkin Muffly
Nation : Merkin Muffly
Account: Standard
Deposit: 100,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

19. TamCo Oil
Nation: Tamboiai
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: 11,800,000,004,400.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 3.17% pa

20. Government of Farlonia
Nation: Farlonia
Account: High security
Deposit: 15,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 0.50% pa

21. Diligence Industrial Labour Solutions
Nation: Eastern Arcadia
Account: High security
Deposit: 50,000,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 0.50% pa

22. Imperial Bank of Voltrovia
Nation: Voltrovia
Account: Green Future
Deposit: $145,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

23. Mr Oscar Vladinchi; Representative of Anagonian Foreign Reserve Department
Nation: Anagonia
Account : Standard
Deposit: 12,500,000,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

24. Sir Richard Gohnen; on behalf of Delta Holdings Group
Nation: Caninope
Account: Executive
Deposit: 30,000,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

25. Mr Klaus Wowereit, Chief Executive Officer of Geilinor Automotive
Nation: Geilinor
Account : Green Future
Deposit: 10,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

26. Mr Aaron Carter; Treasurer General - Advisory Council on Economic Prosperity
Nation: Marquesan
Account : VIP Black Label
Deposit: 1,102,884,020,661.30 NSD/USD
Interest rate: 3.17% pa

27. Mr Aaron Carter; Treasurer General - Advisory Council on Economic Prosperity
Nation: Marquesan
Account: Gold Bullion
Deposit: 690,531,433.00 gold bullion troy ounces; valued at 1,000,000,000,000.00 NSD/USD

28. Aaron Carter; Treasurer General - Advisory Council on Economic Prosperity
Nation: Marquesan
Account: High Security
Deposit: 108,190,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 0.50% pa

29. Aaron Carter; Treasurer General - Advisory Council on Economic Prosperity
Nation: Marquesan
Account : Standard
Deposit: 108,190,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

30. Aaron Carter; Treasurer General - Advisory Council on Economic Prosperity
Nation: Marquesan
Account: Platinum Premium Plus
Deposit: 108,190,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 3.50% pa

31. Aaron Carter; Treasurer General - Advisory Council on Economic Prosperity
Nation: Marquesan
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: 129,828,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 5.00% pa

32. The Honourable Lupus Nalis Sapiens; Conqueror of Economic Command
Nation: Crucesignatorum
Account : Imperial Executive
Account: Standard
Deposit: 10,000,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

33. Mr Himmler von Hessler
Nation: Nazistisches Reich
Account: Platinum Premium Plus
Deposit: 1,000,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 3.50% pa

34. Mr Frederick P; Chief Executive Officer of Drakenish Enterprise
Nation of: Drakenish
Account: Standard
Deposit: 100,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

35. Mr Robert Brown; Chief Executive Officer of BergBucks Incorporated
Nation: Bergnovinaia
Account: G2 Super Savings
Deposit: 1,347,250,100,077.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 1.10% pa

36. The Honourable Luke Angelo; Senator for Finance and Investment
Nation: Saint-Sebastian
Account: Standard
Deposit: 250,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

37. The Honourable Thomas Geniv; Minister of Finance
Nation: St George of England
Account: Standard
Deposit: 781,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

38. Mr Phantom Skye
Nation: Lykosia
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: 65,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 5.00% pa

39. Sensalian Multimedia Corporation
Nation: Sensal
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: 1,500,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 3.17% pa

40. The Head of State Office of Amerycia
Nation: Amerycia
Account: Standard
Deposit: 2,113,254,803.74 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

41. Oscar Vladinchi Confederate Reserve
Nation: Anagonia
Account: Platinum Premium Plus
Deposit: 14,347,004,912,640.06 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 3.50% pa

42. Postan Financial Transaction Account
Nation: Power and Stability
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: 2,500,000,00.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 5.00% pa

43. Mr Adair Adams; Caelum Service Corporation
Nation: Vincaelumiata
Account: Standard
Deposit: 12,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

44. Mr Forenzo Wai
Nation: Latnya
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: 3,000,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 3.17% pa

45. The Communist Party of Sebastianalandia
Nation: Sebastianalandia
Account: Standard
Deposit: 240,000,000,000.00 NSD/USD
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

46. The Communist Party of Sebastianalandia
Nation: Sebastianalandia
Account: Gold Bullion Reserve
Deposit: 10,000,000 gold bullion troy ounces: valued at US$240,000,000,000.00

47. His Excellency Pius Radian - Supreme Chancellor
Nation: Radiania
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$800,000,000,000.00
Interest Rate: 5.00% pa

48. Mr Keller Zabel; representing the Ministry of Finance
Nation: Klemantan-Borneo
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$18,000,000,000,000.00
Interest Rate: 0.50% pa

49. Central Deposit Union CMvTDP
Nation: Merymor [ Voltrovia ]
Account: Gold Bullion
Deposit:
$40,000,000 gold; $15,000,000 silver; 10,000,000 platinum; 10,000,000 palladium; $5,000,000 in precious stones2


50. Churchill Schwartz Investment Company
Nation : Klemantan-Borneo
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$1,800,000,000,000.00
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

51. Ajax Prime Treasury Department
Nation: Ajax Prime
Account: Green Future
Deposit: US$45,500,000.00
Interest Rate: 4.50% pa

52. Mr Gunarslav Björksson - Chairman and Finance Director of Uppsborg Fishing Limited
nation : Veroija
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$100,000,000.00
Interest Rate: 5.00% pa

53. His Excellency Lupus Nalis Sapiens - Conqueror of Economic Command
Nation: Crucesignatorum
Account: Gold Bullion Reserve
Deposit: 73,126,046 gold bullion troy ounces: valued at US$105,898,214,775.36

54. Mr Dimitri Valiskov
Nation : Great Valencia
Account: Platinum Premium Plus
Deposit: US$6,600,000,000,000.00
Interest Rate: 3.50% pa

55. The House of Hohenzollern
Nation: Klemantan-Borneo
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$9,000,000,000,000.00
Interest Rate: 3.17% pa

56. CHOAM Autënossë Corporation
Nation: The Quendi
Account : Gold Premium Plus
Deposit: US$33,135,117,950,000.00
Interest Rate: 2.00% pa

57. LifeWyze Corporation
Nation: Cruxium
Account: EAGLE Financial Corporate
Deposit: US$1,500,000,000,000.00
Interest Rate: 2.25% pa

58. Infinite Loop Cupertino
Nation: Mac OS X Server
Account: EAGLE Financial Corporate
Deposit: US$100,000,000.00
Interest Rate: 2.25% pa

59. The Quendi National Depository
Nation: The Quendi
Account: EAGLE Financial National
Deposit: US$850,000,000,000.00
Interest Rate: 3.00% pa

60. San Pellegrino Romana National Depository
Nation: San Pellegrino Romana
Account: EAGLE Financial National
Deposit: US$600,000,000,000.00
Interest Rate: 3.00% pa

61. The Nuclear Arms Assembly [NAA]
Nation: Bergnovinaia
Account: G2 Super Savings
Deposit: US$30,000,000.00
Interest Rate: 0.70% pa

62. Bishop and Rook Limited
Nation: Honourable Angels
Account: G2 Super Savings
Deposit: US$38,000,000,000.00
Interest Rate: 0.70% pa

63. Bishop and Rook Limited
Nation: Honourable Angels
Account: Business Assets Insurance
Deposit: US$15,000,000.00

64. Dominion Unified Shipping CBvTDP
Nation: North Buristria [ Voltrovia ]
Account: High Security
Deposit: $25,000,000; O6,500,000 [Voltrovian Kerin, VTK1]; various deeds of ownership, contracts and special documents
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

65. Mr Luang Adirek Chalitaporn
Nation: Phing Phong
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$316,957,211.00
Interest Rate: 2.50% pa

66. Symphony MetroCorp - BoY Reserve Currency Fund
Nation: Aquitayne and Symphonia
Account: High Security
Deposit:
Imperial Koku 50,000,000.00
United Kingdom Aero 75,000,000.00
Lolomozian Pound 25,000,000.00
Quertz russling 15,000,000.00
NationStates Dollar 200,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

67. Mr Sergei N Krylov
Nation: Chernarussia
Account: Gold Premium Plus
Deposit: US$650,000,000.00
Interest Rate: 2.00% pa

68. Quendi-Malascene Oil United
Nation: The Quendi
Account : Gold Premium Plus
Deposit: US$1,400,000,000,000.00
Interest Rate: 2.00% pa

69. Mr Darius Wilson
Nation: Megadia
Account: Gold Saver
Deposit: US$3,944,306.39
Interest Rate: 0.50% pa

70. Dotscreen
Nation: Lolomz
Account: Next Generation
Deposit: US$2,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.00% pa

71. Ms Mia Mavros-Anthes
Nation of origin : Minoa
Account : Standard
Deposit: US$100,000,000.00
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

72. The Right Honourable Ryan Gache; Prime Minister
Nation of origin : Globexanter
Account : Cash Fund
Deposit: US$1,500,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

73. Federal Reserve Treasury
Nation of origin : Opiachus
Account : VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$500,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

74. His Imperial Majesty TonyDimes; Emperor of Nickel
Nation: Nickel Empire
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$4,500,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

75. Department of Commerce
Nation of origin : British Kuwait
Account : VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$3,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

76. De Empiro di Erathore
Nation of origin : Erathore
Account : VIP Black Label Account
Monetary Fund : US$3,927,822,296,935.12 (US$3.928 trillion), growing at a rate of 4.50% per annum.

77. John Kittridge
Nation of origin : Holy Roman Confederate
Account : Imperial Cash Fund Account
Monetary Fund : US$25,000,000.00 (US$25million), growing at a rate of 5.75% per annum.
Gross Interest Rate : 3.9 years. US$5,606,250.00 (US$5.6 million)


78. John Dulles. Director of External Funds Committee .
Nation of origin : Finium
Account : Imperial Executive Account
Monetary Fund : US$1,000,000.00 (US$1 million), growing at a rate of 9.25% per annum.


79. Karin J. Prinsloo - van Zyl.
Nation of origin : Free Tristania
Account : Imperial Cash Fund Account
Monetary Fund : US$31,818,181.82 (US$31.82 million), growing at a rate of 5.75% per annum.


80. Blue Star Ocean Liners.
Account : Imperial Cash Fund Account
Monetary Fund : US$200,000,000.00 (US$200 million), growing at a rate of 5.75% per annum.


81. Imperial Authority of Bladia.
Nation of origin : Bladia
Account : Imperial Cash Fund Account
Monetary Fund : US$1,295,509,000,000.00 (US$1.295 trillion), growing at a rate of 5.75% per annum.


82. Voik Treasury Fund
Nation of origin : Empire of Voik
Account : Imperial Cash Fund Account
Monetary Fund : US$3,000,000,000.00 (US$3 billion), growing at a rate of 5.75% per annum.


83. Justin Cord. President Of Republic.
Nation of origin : Republic of The solarian leauge
Account : VIP Black Label Account
Monetary Fund : US$24,000,000,000.00 (US$24 billion), growing at a rate of 4.50% per annum.


85. Imperial Command Strategic Reserve.
Nation of origin : Third Deus Empire
Account : Strategic Partnership Account
Monetary Fund : US$15,000,000.00 (US$15 million), growing at a rate of 3.17% per annum.


86. The Trans-Orbis Transport, Shipping and Trade Co.
Account : G2 Super Savings Account
Monetary Fund : US$5,060,810,311,000.00 (US$5.06 trillion), growing at a rate of 4.00% per annum.


87. Joris Lloriaux.
Nation of origin : United Kingdom of Globexanter
Account : Imperial Cash Fund Account
Monetary Fund : US$1,887,100,213.00 (US$1.887 billion), growing at a rate of 5.75% per annum.


88. Brentton Research.
Nation of origin : Finium
Account : Imperial Cash Fund Account
Monetary Fund : US$15,005,648,033.13 (US$15 billion), growing at a rate of 5.75% per annum.


89. National Deposit of the Imperial Reich
Nation of origin : Hungramy
Account : G2 Super Savings Account
Monetary Fund : US$2,000,000,000,000.00 (US$2 trillion), growing at a rate of 4.00% per annum.


90. La Imperium Populi Quendorum Financial Plan.
Nation of origin : Of the Quendi
Account : Loan & Financing Account
Loan Amount : US$500,000,000,000,000.00 (US$500 trillion), to be paid back by 41 years in duration with an interest rate of 7.00% per annum.


91. Investment Integraeti Aestipaxti-Vaeipaexiea.
Nation of origin : Aestipaxti-Vaeipaexiea
Account : Imperial Executive Account
Monetary Fund : US$100,000,000.00 (US$100 million), growing at a rate of 9.25% per annum.


92. Imperial Treasury of the Golden Tiger Dynasty.
Nation of origin : Zhenghou
Account : Gold Bullion Reserve Account
Monetary Fund : 10,000,000 gold bullion troy ounces. A value of US$14,481,600,000.00 (US$14.48 billion's worth of gold reserve).


93. AirInkarzikan.
Nation of origin : Inkarzikan
Account : Imperial Executive Account
Monetary Fund : US$100,000,000.00 (US$100 million), growing at a rate of 9.25% per annum.


94. Adam Abrahamson. The Royal Family of Greater Idaho.
Nation of origin : Greater Idaho
Account : VIP Black Label Account
Monetary Fund : US$101,000,000,000.00 (US$101 billion), growing at a rate of 4.50% per annum.


95. Aelius Marius Iacobus.
Nation of origin : Eugepae
Account : Imperial Cash Fund Account
Monetary Fund : US$20,000,000,000.00 (US$20 billion), growing at a rate of 5.75% per annum.


96. His Imperial Majesty Hrothashki I of the Azcheykoil.
Nation of origin : Aldarminia
Account : Imperial Executive Account
Monetary Fund : US$600,000,000,000.00 (US$600 billion), growing at a rate of 9.25% per annum.


97. Imperial Congress of Eladvisio.
Nation of origin : Eladvisio
Account : Imperial Executive Account
Monetary Fund : US$1,900,000,000.00 (US$1.9 billion), growing at a rate of 9.25% per annum.


98. James Bayless.
Nation of origin : Mehayn
Account : VIP Black Label Account
Monetary Fund : US$75,500,000,000.00 (US$75.5 billion), growing at a rate of 4.50% per annum.


99. Rejainian Gold Reserve.
Nation of origin : Rejaina
Account : Gold Bullion Reserve Account
Monetary Fund : 1.381 gold bullion troy ounces. A value of US$2,000.00 (US$2,000 worth of gold reserve).


100. Retine Alan.
Nation of origin : Rejaina
Account : Imperial Cash Fund Account
Monetary Fund : US$25,000,000.00 (US$25 million), growing at a rate of 5.75% per annum.


101. Julian Hadron, CEO Invinc.
Nation of origin : Castleclose
Account : Premium Plus Account
Monetary Fund : US$65,450,000.00 (US$65.45 million), growing at a rate of 8.00% per annum.


102. Tyler Hardin.
Nation of origin : Riggedhinsoma
Account : Imperial Cash Fund Account
Monetary Fund : US$10,244,600.00 (US$10.25 million), growing at a rate of 5.75% per annum.

103. VMK Defence and Steel Works
Nation: Yohannes
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$39,253,781,800,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

104. The Republic of Munathanura.
Nation of origin : Munathanura
Account : VIP Black Label Account
Monetary Fund : US$50,000,000,000.00 (US$50 billion), growing at a rate of 4.50% per annum.


105. Kresimir Czranoboj. CEO of Marmora Institute.
Nation of origin : Kyrusia
Account : Imperial Executive Account
Monetary Fund : US$200,000,000.00 (US$200 million), growing at a rate of 5.75% per annum.


106. Sarito Aviation Account 001.
Nation of origin : Bagawan
Account : G1 Savings Account
Monetary Fund : US$8,000,000,000.00 (US$8 billion), growing at a rate of 3.00% per annum.


107. Bagawan Government Account 002.
Nation of origin : Bagawan
Account : G1 Savings Account
Monetary Fund : US$0.00, growing at a rate of 3.00% per annum.


108. Bellganamos Department of Treasury.
Nation of origin : Bellganamos
Account : VIP Black Label Account
Monetary Fund : US$2,500,000,000.00 (US$2.5 billion), growing at a rate of 4.50% per annum.


109. Prime Minister John Peterson.
Nation of origin : ASUK
Account : Imperial Cash Fund Account
Monetary Fund : US$10,000,000,000.00 (US$10 billion), growing at a rate of 5.75% per annum.


110. Universal Defense Inc.
Nation of origin : Falkasia
Account : Imperial Cash Fund Account
Monetary Fund : US$75,000,000,000,000.00 (US$75 trillion), growing at a rate of 5.75% per annum.


111. Indica International Airport Authority.
Nation of origin : Southern Cynocephali
Account : Imperial Executive Account
Monetary Fund : US$991,000,000.00 (US$991 million), growing at a rate of 9.25% per annum.

112. President F.N Ramolino
Nation: Southern Cynocephali
Account: G2 Super Savings
Deposit: US$3,108,865,558.00
Interest rate: 4.00% pa

113. Udo Vom Reichstein, Chief Executive Officer of I.G. Farben
Nation: The Teutonic Reich and Yohannes
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$81,800,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

114. PAEDOBEAR
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$65,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

115. Sir Eduard Krown
Nation: Ahtreil
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$31,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

116. Government and Military of the Republic of the Marressy Islands
Nation: Marressy Islands
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$18,391,125,431.25
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

117. Lewis Carragin
Nation: South Benson
Account: Imperial Standard
Deposit: US$20,000,000.00
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

118. Valexan Department of Treasury
Nation: Valexa
Account : VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$5,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

119. The Right Honorable George Osbourne
Nation: Bristain and Ireland
Account : Imperial Standard
Deposit: US$500,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

120. USS Missouri (BB-63) Restoration and Maintenance Foundation
Nation: Free Missouri
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$10,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

121. Langorwine Economics and Finance Department
Nation: Langorwine
Account: G2 Super Savings
Deposit: US$1,289,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.20% pa

122. Indica International Airport Authority
Nation: Southern Cynocephali
Account: Business Assets Insurance
Monetary covering: Up to US$5,000,000,000.00

123. Great Valencian Department of Finance
Nation: Great Valencia
Account: Imperial Standard
Deposit: US$100,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

124. Matthew Roswell
Nation: Mapletish
Account: Imperial Standard
Deposit: US$340,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

125. His Majesty Ben of Felbah
Nation: Felbah
Account: Imperial Standard
Deposit: US$10,000.00
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

126. USSM State Arms
Nation: Marcheria
Account: Imperial Standard
Deposit: US$400,000,000.00
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

127. Boris Mikhailovich Staputnik of BioZen Alternative Energy Systems Incorporated
Nation: Bratoslovoukia
Account: Imperial Executive
Deposit: US$200,000,000.00
Interest rate: 9.25% pa

128. Junas Athens
Nation: Mapletish
Account: Platinum Premium Plus
Deposit: US$25,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 12.00% pa

129. George Hanburg
Nation: Azaca
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$50,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

130. Ismet Vernados, Esq; Ningyō Diversification Ltd.
Nation: Terrefaux
Account: EAGLE Depository
Deposit: US$4,500,000,000.00
Interest rate: 12.25% pa

131. P.V.C. MorovAir - Morovnian Airlines
Nation: Morovnia
Account: Imperial Executive
Deposit: US$57,062,228.00
Interest rate: 9.25% pa

132. Bulgharia Department of Finance
Nation: Bulgharia
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$3,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

133. Belfras Government Fund
Nation: Belfras
Account: Gold Bullion Reserve
Deposit: 2,000,000 gold bars (est. 40 troy Oz at $57,926.4 per bar at 210 - 290 mm (length - top), 55 - 85 mm (width - top), 25 - 45 mm (Height)) (US115.85 billion's worth of gold reserve)

134. Degesch GmBH-German Pest Control Company Ltd.
Nation: The Teutonic Reich
Account: Imperial Executive
Deposit: US$22,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 9.25% pa

135. Imperial Communist Coffer of The Empire of Japan
Nation: GEIJD
Account: Imperial Executive
Deposit: US$1,647,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 9.25% pa

136. Hauptabteilung XVI (Legal Matters and Accounting), Reich Ministry for State Security
Nation: The Teutonic Reich
Account: Platinum Premium Plus
Deposit: US$40,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 12.00% pa

137. HRH King Gilligan VII
Nation: The Matthew Islands
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$2,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

138. Ferdinand Gustav Dietrich, Reich Minister of Finance
Nation: The Teutonic Reich
Account: Imperial Executive
Deposit: US$26,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 9.25% pa

139. Poseidon Yachting & Cruise Line Corporation
Nation: Neue Sansoucci
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$1,002,500,001.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

140. Allan Samsa
Nation: Minsk-Siberia
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$120,200,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

141. Jason Augustus. Emperor of Lacus Magni
Nation: Lacus Magni
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$250,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

142. PERCIVAL Corporation
Nation: Neue Sansoucci
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$151,500,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

143. Government of Royal British States Investment Corporation
Nation: Royal British States
Account : Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$15,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

144. Nicholas Wallace
Nation: Esternial (citizen of Arkinesia)
Account: Imperial Standard
Deposit: US$1,545,833,980.00
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

145. Aizack Littner
Nation: Bukharabia
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$300,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

146. Siegvard II Astgh
Nation: Sigvardia
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$25,520,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

147. The Government of the Republic of Welsh Cowboy
Nation: Welsh Cowboy
Account: Platinum Premium Plus
Deposit: US$2,073,000,000.00
Interest rate: 12.00% pa

148. Tamati Paora
Nation: Westwickport
Account: Imperial Executive
Deposit: US$13,700,000.00
Interest rate: 9.25% pa

149. Daehan Law Firm
Nation: Sensal
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$10,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

150. The Saurisian Federal Government
Nation: Saurisia
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$20,460,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

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List of Accounts (cont. from previous page)

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List of Accounts (cont. from previous page)

151. The USSM State Arms Factory
Nation: Marcheria
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$4,800,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

152. YellowApple, Inc.
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$5,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

153. The Rammazian Imperial Goverment
Nation: Rammazro
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$22,840,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

154. Quafe Drinks International
Nation: Ruffnekia
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$1,200,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

155. Tamaria Metals Inc.
Nation: Ruffnekia
Account: Green Future
Deposit: US$12,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

156. Tamaria Investment Inc.
Nation: Ruffnekia
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$492,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

157. Richard Kelts Investment Official
Nation: Bromin
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$100,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

158. Gil Palos. CFO of LGR Defense
Nation: Tilsitsin
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$16,200,000,000.00growing at a rate of 4.50% per annum
Interest rate: 3.17% pa

159. The Federal-Estovakivan Bank
Nation of origin: Estovakiva
Account: G2 Super Savings
Deposit: US$4,200,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 1.00% pa

160. CubeTech LLC
Nation: South Estovakia
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$40,600,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

161. Terra Nova Regional Defence Industries and Services
Nation: New Hayesalia
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$250,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 3.17% pa

162. CymComm TeleCommunications, Inc.
Nation: Tarmeca
Account: Gold Saver
Deposit: US$90,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.80% pa

163. John Branton
Nation: Royalsoldiers
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$2,345,129,982.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

164. Nelson-Ward Investing Company
Nation: Royalsoldiers
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$150,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

165. Claire Riemanse-Aluris-Maiane
Nation: Riemaia
Account: Platinum Premium Plus
Deposit: US$1,998,100,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

166. Nasser Al Khani
Nation: Qatariani
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$1,500,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

167. Hizmana Corpaz
Nation: Consaria
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$100,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

168. Logan Nance, CEO of Cybus Industries
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$1,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

169. Karl Alfred Hohenzollern
Nation: Alte Koniggratz
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$100,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

170. Karl Alfred Hohenzollern
Nation: Alte Koniggratz
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$100,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

171. Agammemnon Achean, of Global Powers
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$5,715,285,388,790.58
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

172. Frederich Staufenburg, CEO of Hackintosh Computer Industries, Inc.
Nation: Strebedia
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$300,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

173. The Grand Empire of Ralkovia
Nation: Ralkovia
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$44,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

174. Krevel Roy, CEO of Rallé Systems
Nation: Dilange
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$100,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

175. CoolBucks Corp
Nation: CoolBoyGcp
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$150,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

176. GO! Energy drinks and bars
Nation: The Kiaser Colonies
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$20,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

177. Ultran Resources
Nation: Magnum Ultra
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$20,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

178. Imperialian Rail Freight Solutions.
Nation: Klaus Devestatorie
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$47,200,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

179. Ms. Nirdasil
Nation of origin: Yesopalitha
Account: Standard
Deposit: GC$1,000,000,000.00Exchange Rate
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

180. The Bank of Radictistan
Nation: Radictistan
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$1,700,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

181. Rhaldian Launceston, Monarch Of United Kingdom Of Launceston
Nation: Launceston
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$15,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

182. Peter Samantha Cantrell
Nation: The Black Plains
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$3,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 3.17% pa

183. Air Taganike
Nation: Taganikestan
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$24,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

184. Jonathan Opie III, Emperor of Caninope
Nation: Caninope
Account: Platinum Premium Plus
Deposit: US$10,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

185. 387 Communications
Nation: Trivval
Account: Reference material
Deposit: US$13,390,172,500,000.00

186. Timothy Thomas
Nation: -_-
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$1,525,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

187. Thremus Chesnic Chanson IX
Nation: Erudisia
Account: Standard
Deposit: E$486,600,000.00 [Erod]
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

188. The Baden-Este Trust
Nation: Jungastia
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$10,558,982,375,761.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

189. Vitttorio Angelo Scalleta
Nation: Vortropolis
Account: Standard
Deposit: P$100,000,000.00 [Pearl]
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

190. Chris C. Tomkinson
Nation: Mehayn
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$200,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

191. Thayet jian Wilima
Nation: Peace
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$100,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

192. Imperial Central Bank
Nation: Imperial Macedonia
Account: G1 Savings
Deposit: 10,000 tonnes of gold
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

193. Imperial Central Bank
Nation: Imperial Macedonia
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$5,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

194. Saifus Qadafis Holdings, Ltd.
Nation: Sebast
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$200,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

195. The House of Knight
Nation: Koffee Powers
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$100,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

196. Vladimir King
Nation: Soviet Empire
Account: Standard
Deposit: R8,000,000.00 [Rouble]
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

197. The Principality of Singapore & Southern Malaya
Nation: Klemantan-Borneo
Account: High Security
Deposit: SGD8,000,000,000.00 [Singaporean Dollar]
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

198. Kuai Zhoukai
Nation: The UPOBZ
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$3,876,550,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

199. Thomas Novanst. Chief Executive Officer of Erotan Heavy Engineering International
Nation: Lubyak
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$2,500,000,000.00
Interest rate: 3.17% pa

200. Government of Konilid
Nation: Konilid
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$15,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

201. Federal Cannabis Corporation
Nation: Puissancevise
Account: Imperial Executive
Deposit: US$75,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 9.25% pa

202. Josef Gorebesch. President and CEO of Aierkansie Diesaape (Desap Airlines)
Nation: Constantiua
Account: G2 Super Savings
Deposit: US$972,081,233.45
Interest rate: 4.00% pa

203. ARK Tech
Nation: Arkon Corporation
Account: Imperial Executive
Deposit: US$1,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 9.25% pa

204. Poram Companies
Nation: Countriopia
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$100,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

205. Porfiry Semyonovitch Raskolnikov
Nation: Union of Soviet Sovereign Republics
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$163,713,790.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

206. Plenomian Parliament & Presidency
Nation: Plenomia
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$5,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

207. Plenomian Parliament & Presidency
Nation: Plenomia
Account: Gold Premium Plus
Deposit: US$2,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 8.00% pa

208. Democratic Republic of Jaamar
Nation: Jaamar
Account: Imperial Standard
Deposit: US$775,747,746,296.80
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

209. Kain Tyrant
Nation: Wellboneland
Account: Imperial Standard
Deposit: US$500,000.00
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

210. Snefaldian Ministry of the Treasury
Nation: Snefaldia
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$51,500,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

211. Harper Beef Inc.
Nation: District 13
Account: G2 Super Savings
Deposit: US$45,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.00% pa

212. The Symposium
Nation: Tekhneica
Account: Imperial Executive
Deposit: US$200,000.00
Interest rate: 9.25% pa

213. NRW.Bank
Nation: Cologne
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$1,655,227,406.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

214. Klaus von Maier
Nation: Premislyd
Account: Platinum Premium Plus
Deposit: US$1,350,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 12.00% pa

215. Mother
Nation: Iilysium
Account: Platinum Premium Plus
Deposit: US$11,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 12.00% pa

216. Imperial Treasury of the Royish Commonwealth
Nation: Royalsoldiers
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$4,800,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

217. Ryan Boykin
Nation: Welsh Cowboy
Account: Imperial Standard
Deposit: US$60,000.00
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

218. The Vendian Merchant Adventurers Company
Nation: Aurora
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$3,877,226.04
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

219. Archduke Charles IV of Azerbach
Nation: Azerbach
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$8,750,220,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

220. Dmitri Pooshka
Nation: Polkopia
Account: Imperial Executive
Deposit: ʕ25,000,000.00 [US$31,125,000.00]
Interest rate: 9.25% pa

221. President-Elect John Mossey Jnr.
Nation: Cerod
Account: Imperial Standard
Deposit: AR6,023,000.00 [US$15,383,663.52]
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

222. Langorwine Treasury Office
Nation: Langorwine
Account: Imperial Executive
Deposit: US$425,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 9.25% pa

223. Dimitri Doe
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$12,349,117.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

224. His Imperial Majesty Matthew Bowers
Nation: Quaoartia
Account: Platinum Premium Plus
Deposit: US$1,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 12.00% pa

225. The Treasury of Poland and Lithuania
Nation: Polish-Lithuania
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: 2 troy tons of gold worth US$61,740,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

226. Johnathan Sokolov (Head Of The Armed Forces Of Bohemia)
Nation: Little Bohemia
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$4,125,525,720.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

227. Panolov Vindinski (Head Of The Bohemian Navy)
Nation: Little Bohemia
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$2,520,600,500.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

228. Königliche Rüstung Internationalen
Nation: Royalsoldiers
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$100,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

229. The Order of Saint Matthew of the Holy Refuge of Mount Angel
Nation: Mount Angel
Account: Gold Bullion
Deposit: 483,372,003 troy oz. of gold worth US$700,000,000,000.00

230. The Order of Saint Matthew of the Holy Refuge of Mount Angel
Nation: Mount Angel
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$600,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

231. The Order of Saint Matthew of the Holy Refuge of Mount Angel
Nation: Mount Angel
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$200,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

232. Shah Mohammad Zahir
Nation: Dzhjikistan
Account: Imperial Executive
Deposit: US$80,000,000.00
Interest rate: 9.25% pa

233. Timothy Zim
Nation: Deneager
Account: Platinum Plus
Deposit: US$2,000,000.00
Interest rate: 8.00% pa

234. Gerhild Silber
Nation: Wolfenium
Account: Platinum Saver
Deposit: US$15,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.60% pa

235. Jeremy Hammond, Chief Executive Officer of Lochinver Ordnance
Nation: Lochinver
Account: G2 Super Savings
Deposit: US$51,950,000.00
Interest rate: 4.00% pa

236. Mr. Carlos Juarez
Nation: Greckan Tribes
Account: Gold Premium Plus
Deposit: US$1,900,000,000.00
Interest rate: 8.00% pa

237. General Dean Cooper
Nation: Glenhome
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$10,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

238. National Foreign Exchange Reserve [1]
Nation: Glenhome
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$10,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

239. National Foreign Exchange Reserve [2]
Nation: Glenhome
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$10,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

240. Oryx IIXX
Nation: The God-Realm
Account: G1 Standard
Deposit: US$56,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.10% pa

241. Turino Trains International
Nation: Turino
Account: Foreign Infrastructural Development Loan
Total: US$5,000,000,000.00
Profit: US$1,015,000,000.00
Interest rate: 20.30% pa

242. Government of Odoe
Nation: Odoe
Account: Imperial Standard
Deposit: US$101,000,000.00
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

243. Mr Xavier Vasquez
Nation: Sketlinburg
Account: Imperial Standard
Deposit: US$20,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

244. Thaddeus Calad, Defence Acquisitions Department
Nation: Nefhil
Account: Platinum Premium Plus
Deposit: US$300,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 8.75% pa

245. Solidarity Miskito
Nation: Miskito Coast
Account: G1 Standard [Temporarily uprated to VIP Black Label Status]
Deposit: US$15,700,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.10% pa [Temporarily uprated to 4.5%]

246. Vaalbaran Regional Defence Consortium
Region: Vaalbara
Account: Imperial Standard
Deposit: US$1,430,047,250.00
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

247. Frederik Eirikson
Nation: Phoenixia
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$300,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

248. Caroline Fjordson
Nation: Phoenixia
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$300,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

249. Sven Wolf
Nation: Phoenixia
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$300,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

250. Gunnar Erikson
Nation: Phoenixia
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$300,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

251. Gunnar Erikson
Nation: Phoenixia
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$1,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

252. Sven Eirikson
Nation: Phoenixia
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$800,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

253. Lukas Fjordson
Nation: Phoenixia
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$1,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

254. Jens Holger
Nation: Phoenixia
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$500,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

255. Caroline Fjordson
Nation: Phoenixia
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$300,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

256. Thayet jian Wilima
Nation: Peace
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$100,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

257. Göstaf von Närke
Nation: Burlington-Sverige
Account: G2 Super Savings
Deposit: US$35,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.00% pa

258. Sovnarkom Treasury
Nation: Yaroslavl
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$17,300,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

259. Sovnarkom State Investments
Nation: Yaroslavl
Account: Platinum Premium Plus
Deposit: US$150,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

260. Yori Yokohoma
Nation: New Ecopia
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: NE$75,000,000,000.00 [US$450,000,000,000.00]
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

261. Davis Gorias
Nation: New Ecopia
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: NE$25,000,000,000.00 [US$150,000,000,000.00]
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

262. Eco Aerocraft Corporation
Nation: New Ecopia
Account: Business Insurance
Description: Total assets to be insured

263. Ecopia Dynasty Resort & Spa
Nation: New Ecopia
Account: Business Insurance
Description: Total assets to be insured

264. Commoner League Incorporated
Nation: TECT
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$10,001,275,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

265. Samantha Leo
Nation: New Ecopia
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: NE$50,000,000,000.00 [US$300,000,000,000.00]
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

266. Francis Le Blanc
Nation: New Ecopia
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: NE$40,000,000,000.00 [US$240,000,000,000.00]
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

267. Leotech
Nation: New Ecopia
Account: Business Insurance
Description: Total assets to be insured

268. Air New Ecopia
Nation: New Ecopia
Account: Business Insurance
Description: Total assets to be insured

269. Roger D Brown, Secretary of Finance
Nation: Mikail
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$150,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

270. Ministry for the Economy
Nation: Kartolandia
Account: Imperial Standard
Deposit: US$200,836,747,475.25
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

271. Grand Duke Václav VI Bludoviči
Nation: Velkomorave
Account: Imperial Executive
Deposit: Zl12,375,500,000.00 [US$4,598,848,000.00]
Interest rate: 9.25% pa

272. Vladimir King
Nation: USSR
Account: Imperial Standard
Deposit: 50,000 Troy Ounces of Gold [US$72,408,000.00]
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

273. Her Majesty's Treasury of the United Kingdom of Great Albion and Ireland
Nation: Great Albion and Ireland
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$28,543,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

274. Banco de Obidos
Nation: Obidos
Account: Gold Bullion
Deposit: 35,977 troy ounces [US52,100,452.32]

275. Banco de Obidos
Nation: Obidos
Account: Gold Bullion
Deposit: 35,977 troy ounces [US52,100,452.32]

276. Government of the Republic of Vectors
Nation: Vectors
Account: Gold Bullion
Deposit: 100,000 troy ounces [US144,816,000.00]

277. Republic of Vectors Military Command
Nation: Vectors
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$1,000,000,001.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

278. His Highness Prince Artois VI
Nation: Selvagens
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$60,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

279. Third Terra Nova of Scrin Church Bank Account
Nation: Third Terra Nova of Scrin Church
Account: Gold Saver
Deposit: US$45,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.80% pa

280. Kartolandia Royal Treasury
Nation: Kartolandia
Account: Gold Bullion
Deposit: 60,262 troy ounces [US100,000,000.00]

281. GCLI
Nation: Ceni
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$60,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

282. Toghon-Hulegu
Nation: Interstellar Mongol Khanate
Account: G2 Premium
Deposit: US$25,000,000.00
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

283. Government of the Interstellar Dominion
Nation: Interstellar Mongol Khanate
Account: Gold Bullion
Deposit: 10 troy ounces [US15,205.68]

284. His Majesty King William III of the Crown Commonwealth of Regnum Albion
Nation: Regnum Albion
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$3,500,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

285. Confederate Bank
Nation: European Prussia
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$15,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

286. Chief Royal Treasurer Ronald Marvicenno
Nation: Phantomizier
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$599,910,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

287. Jane Horst, Minister of Finance and Commerce
Nation: Aardenland
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$1,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

288. Frans Paulus de Ville, Maria Werner de Ville
Nation: Aardenland
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$3,500,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

289. Permanent University Fund, Glascovian Ministry of Education
Nation: Glascovia
Account: Imperial Executive
Deposit: US$4,100,000,000.00
Interest rate: 9.25% pa

290. Her Most Christian Majesty Queen Marie-Amalie Antoinette Charlotte Venté of Delvoir and Fravarre and the Outlying Territories, Lady-Regent of Fravarre, Wielder of the Silver Sceptre of Mouchy
Nation: Delvoir
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$100,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

291. Aurelius Group
Nation: Central and Eastern Visayas
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$125,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

292. The Cornellian Nuclear State of the Late Roman Empire
Nation: Late Roman Empire
Account: Platinum Saver
Deposit: US$70,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.60% pa

293. Frank Dodge
Nation: D Land and Isles
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$4,500,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

294. Melvin Hage
Nation: Vlissingen
Account: Gold Saver
Deposit: US$100,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.80% pa

295. Parrot Linen Services
Nation: Gragastavia
Account: Platinum Premium Plus
Deposit: US$100,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 8.75% pa

296. Lexis Riles
Nation: UIP
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$10,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

297. Truina Dwowarsky
Nation: Kueland
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$2,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

298. Viceroy Ikenna'a Skirata
Nation: New Mandalor
Account: G2 Super Savings
Deposit: US$900,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.00% pa

299. Roham Shah Hatami
Nation: Rohamistan
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$500,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

300. Jaques Bond
Nation: D Land and Isles
Account: Imperial Cash Fund
Deposit: US$100,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.75% pa

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List of Accounts (cont. from above post)

Postby Yohannes » Fri Oct 15, 2010 12:13 pm

List of Accounts (cont. from above post)

301. Yuki Enterprises
Nation: Soritia
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$9,999,999,600.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

302. Gisbert Alfons Gottschalk
Nation: Divitaen
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$25,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

303. Garki Defence Industries
Nation: Leonarus
Account: Gold Bullion
Deposit: US$25,000,000,000.00

304. Arthur Plerchy
Nation: UIP
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$30,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

305. Falklandia Republican Navy
Nation: Falklandia
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$141,900,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

306. Reino do Brazil Reserve Bank
Nation: Reino do Brazil
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$3,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

307. Alex Norman
Nation: Leanore
Account: VIP Black Label
Deposit: US$50,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

308. Banca Princier di Monforte
Nation: Monforte
Account: Green Future
Deposit: US$6,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

309. The United Realms of the Imperial Commonwealth of Libraria and Ausitoria
Nation: Libraria and Ausitoria
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$17,500,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

310. Norn Ironworks and Mining Limited
Nation: Maltropia
Account: G2 Premium
Deposit: US$789,456,123.00
Interest rate: 3.17% pa

311. Sally Haldeman, Isidium Foundation Committee for New Edom
Nation: Adiron
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$25,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

312. Chelsea Florent and Felix Florent
Nation: Vanitan
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$10,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

313. Lolomz airlines
Nation: Lolomz
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$200,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

314. Imperial Trust Foundation
Nation: Finium
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$1,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

315. Joshua Higgins, Undersecretary for International Development, Order Pacific
Nation: Arbites Materia
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$200,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

316. Three Fairies of Light
Nation: The Great Fairy Alliance
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$25.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

317. Cirno
Nation: The Great Fairy Alliance
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$9.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

318. Vandeviere Hotels Group
Nation: Londsdale
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$37,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

319. Arklay Airways
Nation: Londsdale
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$120,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

320. Myrmidon Tactical Design
Nation: Marquesan
Account: Premium High Quality
Deposit: US$4,500,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 10.00% pa

321. Government Treasury
Nation: Lolomz
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$100,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa
Lolomz wrote:2 tons of gold

322. Department for Developing Nations
Nation: Lolomz
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$10,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

323. GAmeDOS
Nation: The Gametopians
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$1,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

324. Abraham Yitzhak Moses
Nation: Herbshire
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$180,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

325. Brain Turner
Nation: Luna animo
Account: Green Future
Deposit: US$150,609.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

326. Brain Turner
Nation: Mormak
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$1,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

327. Tiberius Vanderbilt [High Engineer of tSoE]
Nation: Luxemthania
Account: Government
Deposit: US$12,500,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

328. Castillo Associates
Nation: Central and Eastern Visayas
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$20,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

329. The Tuvan Government
Nation: Tuva SSR
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$5,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

330. His Excellency, Sheikh, Professor of Jewish Studies at Brandeis University, Glorious Commander-in-Chief, Field Marshall, President-for-Life, Lord of All the Beasts of the Earth and Fishes of the Seas and Conqueror of all Empire in Africa, M.D, J.D, Psy.D, D.M.D, D.P.T, DSW, DPT, King, Emperor, Lord, Senator, Sith Lord Dr. Amin Tata Haat
Nation: Ukulingana
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$25,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

331. Rory O'Keith
Nation: [Confidential]
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$100,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

332. Banco de Vilamoura
Nation: Vilamoura
Account: Next Generation
Deposit: US$300,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.00% pa

333. Rijksintituut Voor Veteranen
Nation: Legendardisch
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$890,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

334. CuppaCoffee PLC
Nation: Kington Langley
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$40,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

335. The Bowtie Society
Nation: Ulil
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$92,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

336. Swanstad Airlines
Nation: Somstratzka
Account: Gold Bullion
Deposit: 10,000,000 Union Ruble's

337. Alfred Dunworth
Nation: Mercyridge Forest
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$3,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

338. TECT
Nation: Common Territories
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: ID$36,878,000,000,000.00 [US$20,000,000,000,000.00]
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

[ Out of character statement by the author: Has been retconned to follow the will/command of the owner ]

339. John Edward Franklin Witteringten
Nation: Saint Nicholas and Minuitia
Account: High Security
Deposit: SNP£139,038,300.00 [US$22,500,000.00]
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

340. Section 31
Nation: Planita
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$250,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

341. The Nomadic People's of Numadsh
Nation: United Kingdom
Account: Gold Bullion
Deposit: 2.8 metric tons of gold

342. The General Bresdennian Government Reserve Account #3
Nation: The Most Christian Bresdennian Realm
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$3,336,750,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

343. The General Bresdennian Investment Fund #2
Nation: The Most Christian Bresdennian Realm
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$1,500,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

344. The Kingdom of Alkoul
Nation: Alkoul
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$1,500,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

345. William Hornstra
Nation: Everyones paradise
Account: Green Future
Deposit: US$4,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

346. Roy Wyatt
Nation: Everyones paradise
Account: Green Future
Deposit: US$98,000,000.00
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

347. Ministry of Economy
Nation: Estenia
Account: Green Future
Deposit: [to be deposited in the future]
Interest rate: 4.50% pa

348. The Grand Theocratic Empire of the Holy Marsh
Nation: Estenia
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$100,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

349. Dark Waters Incorporated
Nation: Anonymous
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$700,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

350. Third Street Saints
Nation: Saintswood
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$80,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

351. The Legion Corporation
Nation: Imperial Recon
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$650,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

352. Sir David Rince Archelius
Nation: Eemeria
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$4,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

353. Eemerian Reserve Account #1
Nation: Eemeria
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$4,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

354. Mothers for Peace [Dogs of War]
Nation: Yohannes [headquarters]
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$100,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

355. Syndicate International Depository Account
Nation: The Aspari Syndicate
Account: Executive
Deposit: S¥2,042,849,250.00 + US$508,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

356. Rowan Cloom
Nation: Communist Victoria
Account: High Security
Deposit: V$3,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

357. Mr Charles Vanhuen
Nation: SP Rebellion
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$3,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

358. Toro International IPP
Nation: Mediciano
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: ƒ890,500,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

359. Maria Checovich
Nation: The Gametopians
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$10,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

360. Skadinkia
Nation: Skadinkia
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$1,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

361. IBFD -International Bank of Finance and Development
Nation: Lolomz
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$1,750,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

362. The Most Christian Bresdennian Realm General Account #9
Nation: The Most Christian Bresdennian Realm
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$9,834,715,669.42
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

363. The Most Christian Bresdennian Realm Gold Depot
Nation: The Most Christian Bresdennian Realm
Account: Gold Bullion
Deposit: 850,000,000.00 worth of Gold Bullion

364. Legion Properties Group
Nation: Imperial Recon
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$90,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

365. Legion Constructions Incorporated
Nation: Imperial Recon
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$20,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

366. Legion Hypermarkets International Company
Nation: Imperial Recon
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$190,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

367. Legion Insurances Company
Nation: Imperial Recon
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$80,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

368. Pegasus Petroleum Company
Nation: Imperial Recon
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$50,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 2.50% pa

369. Legion Health Group
Nation: Imperial Recon
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$220,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

370. Legion Pharmaceuticals Company
Nation: Imperial Recon
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$5,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

371. ProLife Incorporated
Nation: Imperial Recon
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$950,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

372. Kauvers International Holdings, LLC
Nation: Imperial Recon
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$62,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

373. The Legion Foundation Incorporated
Nation: Imperial Recon
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$50,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

374. The Arctic Kingdom
Nation: The Arctic Kingdom
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$0.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

375. The Hellenic Democracy
Nation: The Hellenic Democracy
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$0.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

376. Prince Leopold Lauren IV
Nation: Saint Lauren
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$500,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

377. Mark Pulavski
Nation: Ahudnia
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$2,500,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

378. The Sultanate of Nogay Islamic Empire
Nation: Nogay Islamic Empire
Account: Standard
Deposit: US$10,900,000.00
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

379. Montana Incorporated
Nation: Mokastana
Account: Gold Bullion
Deposit: US$1,000,000,000,000.00

380. Montana Incorporated
Nation: Mokastana
Account: Green Future
Deposit: US$1,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 3.50% pa

381. Moscova Electronics Company
Nation: Techenov
Account: High Security
Deposit: TKR2,606,166,666.66
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

382. King Thorsten Fleischer The 1st
Nation: Zambara
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$100,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

383. The Government of South Eaka
Nation: South Eaka
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$1,500,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

384. National Administration of Finium
Nation: Finium
Account: High Security
Deposit: NiB100,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

385. Bright Future Energy Limited Liability Company
Nation: Esalonian Commonwealth of States
Account: Green Future
Deposit: US$150,000,000.00
Interest rate: 3.50% pa

386. Bright Future Electronics Limited Liability Company
Nation: Esalonian Commonwealth of States
Account: Green Future
Deposit: US$145,000,000.00
Interest rate: 3.50% pa

387. The Government of the National-People's Republic of Zairo
Nation: Zairo
Account: High Security
Deposit: 100,000 Gold Bullion
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

388. Mr Rupert Kazdan
Nation: Radictistan
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$20,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

389. Kazdan Group
Nation: Radictistan
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$100,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

390. Xenocimedes Radicti
Nation: Radictistan
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$6,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

391. Radictistan Automotive Works Employee Pension Fund
Nation: Radictistan
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$32,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

392. Mr Andrew Vega, representing the Government of Her Serene Highness Mi Amora Cadenza
Nation: DRPMAC
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$3,,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

393. The Government of the United Allied Earth Federation
Nation: UAEF
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$10,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

394. Beeline Incorporated
Nation: Pambudia
Account: Green Future
Deposit: US$2,500,000.00
Interest rate: 3.50% pa

395. John Barry Jackson
Nation: Adnesean
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$525,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

396. John Barry Jackson
Nation: Adnesean
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$525,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

397. Octarch IV
Nation: New Alsatia
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$1,500,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

398. Earth's Daughter
Nation: New Alsatia
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$2,500,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

399. Sky's Daughter
Nation: New Alsatia
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$1,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

400. Devaraja Joshi (Kyrashi Heavy Industries - Maritime Division)
Nation: Kyrashia
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$342,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

401. Devaraja Joshi (Kyrashi Heavy Industries - Aerospace Division)
Nation: Kyrashia
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$350,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

402. Devaraja Joshi (Kyrashi Heavy Industries - Ground Division)
Nation: Kyrashia
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$160,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

403. Andres Philip Kim
Nation: Korena
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$28,500,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

404. Union's Trade Treasury
Nation: The United Domains
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$20,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

405. Union's Domestic Treasury
Nation: The United Domains
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$28,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

406. Bahru Dhulaka Airlines Group Incorporated
Nation: Dhulaka
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$477,902,001.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

407. Caracasus Industry and Trade
Nation: Caracasus
Account: Next Generation
Deposit: 50% Bonds in Caracasusian Industries, 50% US$ to the value of 2 Billion
Interest rate: 2.00% pa

408. SANIA Transport AS
Nation: Meiria
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$150,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

409. Richard Rosenclair
Nation: Luxdonia
Account: Executive [50%], Cash Fund {50%]
Deposit: US$10,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa, 5.00% pa

410. Shazbotdom Imperial Government
Nation: Shazbotdom
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$1,500,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

411. Akuzen
Nation: Meidia
Account: Green Future
Deposit: US$20,500,000.00
Interest rate: 3.50% pa

412. Afriastan Economic Council
Nation: Afriastan
Account: Gold Bullion
Deposit: US$1,300,000,000,000.00 in gold

413. Perbadanan Pelaburan Nasional
Nation: Bulanesia
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$1,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

414. Dan Wells
Nation: Perland
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$2,460,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

415. Albert Templeton, CEO of the Birdpass Industries
Nation: South Shellfort
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$1,150,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

416. His Holiness Chase McClure - CEO of Chase & Co. Petroleum
Nation: Chasetopia
Account: Executive
Deposit: 90,000 gold bullion troy ounces, valued at US$114,174,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

417. Bio-Sciences Division of the Ministry of Science
Nation: Ximea
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$731,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

418. Joint account: Lido-wa Corporate Sovereignty, Loa-toi Venture Capital
Nation: Zjaum
Account: Executive, Cash Fund, and High Security
Deposit: US$43,046,721.00 [US$10,000,000.00 to Cash Fund, with the rest to High Security]
Interest rate: variable

419. Federal Government of Skvelsia
Nation: Skvelsia
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$20,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

420. The Hamilton Holdings Group, LLC
Nation: Dou Boux
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$15,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

421. Greeley Industries
Nation: Droigs
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$350,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

422. Victoria Associated Industries
Nation: New Visayan Islands
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$25,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

423. Kaжu Maвnja
Nation: New Transeurasia
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$800,000,000,000.00 [equivalent to NTR8,000,000,000,000.00]
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

424. Government of Tegradia
Nation: Tegradia
Account: Investment Return Fund
Deposit: US$1,300,000.00
Interest rate: 3.50% pa

425. Hongkoen Imperial House
Nation: Hongkoen
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: [US$270,000,000,000.00] [20 gold bars, 10 grams]
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

426. Icelandic Government
Nation: Gages Icelandic Army
Account: Investment Return Fund
Deposit: US$3,700,000,000.00
Interest rate: 3.50% pa

427. Air Hongkoen
Nation: Hongkoen
Account: Green Future
Deposit: US$290,750,000.00
Interest rate: 3.50% pa

428. Government of Argentinstan
Nation: Argentinstan
Account: Standard
Deposit: €56,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 3.00% pa

429. Realzone Gaming Corporation
Nation: Chistanad
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$50,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

430. Hongmin Imperial Family
Nation: Hongmin
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$8,500,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

431. Deutsche Reichsbank
Nation: The Teutonic Reich
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$150,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

432. Wyatt Rozimheimer
Nation: Nassaki
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$1,000,000.00
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

433. Government of the Ninth Republic of Hiram Land
Nation: Hiram Land
Account: High Security
Deposit: HL$90,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

434. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Edmund Berry
Nation: Empire of Greater Britain
Account: Gold Bullion
Deposit: 124 million Troy Ounces of Gold

435. Sacrosanct Bank
Nation: Sacrosanct Group
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$30,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

436. Lucius Vorico
Nation: Valikoto
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$45,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

437. Potthani Senate
Nation: Potthan
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$15,000,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

438. Emperor Havok Velayat
Nation: Potthan
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$6,000,000,000 / 330 gold bars
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

439. Cartenberg-Utreck Crown Bureau
Nation: Klemantan-Borneo
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$541,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

440. The UKK Ministry of Environmental Conservation
Nation: Klemantan-Borneo
Account: Foreign Investment Fund
Deposit: US$2,000,000,000.00 / 42,000,000,000 UKK Diernos
Interest rate: 6.30% pa

441. Queen Caroline II
Nation: Ceyesca
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$1,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

442. Arab State of Khataiy Government Agreement
Nation: Khataiy
Account: Foreign Investment Fund
Deposit: US$100,000,000.00
Interest rate: 13.80% pa

443. Heen Navigation
Nation: Nusalia
Account: Executive
Deposit: US$250,000,000.00 + 10 gold bars (100 grams/ bar)
Interest rate: 7.00% pa

444. Linimo Rail Engineering
Nation: Tairin
Account: High Security
Deposit: US$103,450,000.00
Interest rate: 0.50% pa

445. Derrick Smith
Nation: Undarat
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$100,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

446. Federal Kingdom of Rhunnland
Nation: Rhunnland
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$15,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

447. Federal Kingdom of Rhunnland Government Agreement
Nation: Rhunnland
Account: Foreign Investment Fund
Deposit: US$7,500,000.000.00
Interest rate: 9.30% pa

448. Lucas Stgeorge
Nation: New Cla
Account: Transaction Banking Fund
Deposit: US$100,000.000.00
Interest rate: 6.00% pa

449. The Government of the United Socialist States of Notoria
Nation: Notoria
Account: Cash Fund
Deposit: US$1,000,000,000.00
Interest rate: 5.00% pa

450. The Government of the United Socialist States of Notoria
Nation: Notoria
Account: Gold Bullion
Deposit: 80,000 Troy Ounces of Gold for the Bullion Account

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The Latest International Development

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The Latest International Development — 1/02/The Year of The Saint Maxtopia

As Reported and Reviewed before the One Hundred and Fifteenth Parliament




Klemantan-Borneo wrote:

Cartenberg-Utreck Crown Bureau


From: Dr. Danielle von Faber-Castell, Managing Director of Cartenberg-Utreck Crown Bureau
To: Dame Julianna, Group Chief Executive of the Bank of Yohannes
CC: The King's Chief of Staff, The Queen's Chief of Staff, Royal Comptroller




Dear Dame Julianna,

Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Danielle von Faber-Castell, the managing director of Cartenberg-Utreck Crown Breau. I am responsible to oversee the Bureau's annual performance, producing and planning the Bureau's strategy alongside with senior management and to maintain the Bureau's relationship with her stakeholders. If I may, the Crown Bureau is a sovereign wealth fund which is fully owned by the Carlsvadian Royal Family(House of Cartenberg-Utreck) and the Bureau's main objective are to invest in the Real and Financial markets on behalf of the Carlsvadian Royal Family and managing the Royal Family assets either financial or fixed assets in the form of the Royal Palaces and Crown Estates, Royal Crown Jewels and the Royal Family's Privy Purse.

Bank of Yohannes has attracted the attention of the Crown Bureau as the Bureau recognise the Bank of Yohannes is one of the earliest and oldest financial known international institution with a robust reputation and holds an impeccable performance in the Financial sector. Therefore, the Crown Bureau would like to open two accounts under the Bank of Yohannes(enclosed is the application form) where the Bureau's initial deposit for the respective accounts are $541 billion for Cash Fund Account and $40 billion in Gold Bullion as the Bureau recognises Yohannes reputation as one of the best in the industry.

In addition, the Bureau would like to invest $120 billion in Clean Energy as the Bureau recognises that Clean Energy is the ideal energy for the future and clean energy has a huge potential in the Energy market.Also, the Bureau is interested to purchase 2% of Yohannes shares in the form of preferred stock where the Bureau will have no voting rights but owns a certain percentage of Yohannes stocks and additionally, the Bureau would like to invest $80 billion to the Bank of Yohannes in order to facilitate it's growth as the Bureau recognises the importance of Yohannes in the international financial market.

As mandated by the Financial Conduct Authority, Anti-Money Laundering Act 2009 and Financial Services Act 2012, the Bureau is required to disclose its investment holdings to any financial party the Bureau wishes to conduct business with and to comply with the entity's financial regulators.

Subsidaries
  1. Cartenberg Bank
  2. Cartenberg Electric Corporation
  3. Cartenberg Estates
  4. Cartenberg Healthcare Services
  5. Cartenberg Mints
  6. Cartenberg Insurance Agency
  7. Cartenberg Property
  8. Cartenberg Royal Estates
  9. Cartenberg Royal Jewellers
  10. Cartenberg Energy
  11. Crown Foods

Agrifood
  1. Aerelia Brewery(100%)
  2. Blue Angel Foods(22%)
  3. Chateau de Françe(63%)
  4. Fromaga ala Française(100%)
  5. Heineken(52%)
  6. Kraft Foods(Carlsvad)(100%)
  7. Ribbentorp Brewery(22%)
  8. The Holstein Milk Company(42%)

Automobiles & Aviation
  1. Audi AG(40%)
  2. Bremschaft Stephan Motorwerke-BMW AG(100%)
  3. Maschinenfabrik Anthoni Neuer(63%)
  4. Mercedes-Benz AG(100%)
  5. Messerschmit AG(22%)
  6. Porsche AG(52%)

Clothing
  1. Hugo Boss AG(100%)
  2. Julius Caesar(11%)

Construction
  1. Caesar Group(100%)
  2. Hansa Development(25%)
  3. Thuringen Development(100%)

Defence
  1. Hansawaffe Group(40%)
  2. Pindad & Castorias(60%)

Energy
  1. BP(5%)
  2. Cardsman-Venier(100%)
  3. Royal Dutch Shell(13%)
  4. Petroleum Oil Company(100%)
  5. Transocean(40%)

Mining
  1. De-Beers(2%)
  2. Freeport-McMoran(8%)
  3. Genco Minerals(89%)
  4. Kuiper Group(100%)

Financial Services
  1. Aufhaüser Bank(100%)
  2. Bear Stearns(100%)
  3. Bretton Group(79%)
  4. Commerce Bank(20%)
  5. Coutts(2%)
  6. A.E Schaffer & Co. (22%)
  7. Hauser Group(49%)
  8. HSBC Group(4%)
  9. Keller Zabel Investments(100%)
  10. Lehman Brothers(100%)
  11. Postbank(22%)
  12. Royal Bank of Carlsvad(22%)
  13. Schwarzkopf Capital(44%)
  14. Standard Chartered Group(2%)

Freight Services
  1. Archibald Shipping(56%)
  2. Carlsvad Postal Services(100%)
  3. Hansa Shipping(24%)
  4. Hapag-Lloyd(26%)
  5. Magellan International(100%)
  6. Renk-Yohannes Rail Freights(100%)

Leisure & Tourism
  1. Acadia Group(29%)
  2. Divierre Hotels(79%)
  3. Faber-Castell Hotels(100%)
  4. Hilton International(2%)
  5. Hyatt Hotels(12%)
  6. Marriot International(12%)
  7. Phoenix Luxury Hotels(14%)

Power
  1. Carlsvadian Energy(100%)
  2. Carlsvadian Water & Sewerage Services(100%)

Property
  1. Anheuser-Busch Properties(35%)
  2. Emaar Properties(40%)
  3. Hansa Properties(22%)
  4. Trump Group(4%)

Transport
  1. Amtrak(4%)
  2. Carlsvadian Airlines(100%)
  3. Carlsvadian Railway(100%)
  4. SNCF(2%)
  5. Via Rail(42%)

Technology
  1. Alphabet Inc(12%)
  2. Apple Inc(9%)
  3. IBM(33%)
  4. Intel(5%)
  5. Microsoft(12%)
  6. Siemens AG(49%)

Telecommunications
  1. Chase Telecommunications(100%)
  2. Churchill Schwarz(49%)
  3. Hereford(22%)
  4. Schaffer-Wolfram(45%)
  5. Schneider(43%)

Total Assets: $42 trillion / ₰ 33.6 trillion

Please accept the assurances of our highest consideration.

Danielle von Faber-Castell
Managing Director, Cartenberg-Utreck Crown Bureau

Cash Fund
Application Form [Account Creation]
Which one you are [tick one]? Agency [], Alliance [], Business [], Government [X], Individual [], Organisation []
Official name on record: Cartenberg-Utreck Crown Bureau
Official nation of origin: The United Monarchy of Klemantan-Borneo
Type of account [tick one]:
Standard [] Executive [] Cash Fund [X] High Security [] Green Future [] Next Generation [] Gold Bullion []
Initial deposit [US$/gold/assets/etc.]: U$ 541 billion (including opening fee)
Do you want us to invest the money nationally?: Yes
Do you want us to invest the money overseas? Yes
[Optional]If stated as YES, how do you want us to invest your money? In what way? Financial products that the Bank of Yohannes has to offer.

Gold Bullion
Application Form [Account Creation]
Which one you are [tick one]? Agency [], Alliance [], Business [], Government [X], Individual [], Organisation []
Official name on record: Cartenberg-Utreck Crown Bureau
Official nation of origin: The United Monarchy of Klemantan-Borneo
Type of account [tick one]:
Standard [] Executive [] Cash Fund [] High Security [] Green Future [] Next Generation [] Gold Bullion [X]
Initial deposit [US$/gold/assets/etc.]: U$ 40 billion
Do you want us to invest the money nationally?: No
Do you want us to invest the money overseas? No
[Optional]If stated as YES, how do you want us to invest your money? In what way?

Application Form [2014 Shares]
Which one you are [tick one]? Agency [], Alliance [], Business [], Government [X], Individual [], Organisation []
Official name on record: Cartenberg-Utreck Crown Bureau
Official nation of origin: The United Monarchy of Klemantan-Borneo
Why do you want to invest in our business [summary]: As stated above




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World Assembly: When populism helps the environment and the green industrial future



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    Claudia A—Opinion Piece Author: That is to say, Marioncare, ironically only legislated into reality because of the dangerous forces of populism and their exploitation by our politicians, will hopefully provide a helping hand for the underprivileged workers left behind; so they can more easily escape the suffocating grip of deindustrialisation ...


    Royal Alexandria, 31 August 2018 —According to the Encyclopædia Maxtopia, deindustrialisation can be defined as the process of social and economic changes caused by the removal or reduction of industrial capacity or activity, especially heavy manufacturing industry. That is to say, it’s the reality we have faced since the end of the Economic Miracle period (1946-2016).

    When we read official legislative publications in Yohannes, such as the Parliamentary Analysis Archive, we tend to compare figures: Economic growth? 0.75 per cent this quarter or the next. Annual net migration rate? 750,000 last year. Whole time equivalent average weekly earnings? 910.07 NationStates or Universal Standard Dollars.

    But more than likely figures and graphs won’t portray the intangible costs unaccounted for, nor will they accurately reflect the feeling of the electorates. For instance, the November Parliamentary Analysis Archive in 2017 forecast 4.3 per cent unemployment rate by the end of the next fiscal quarter. It also hinted, at random, that this was due to not just high net migration level but also deindustrialisation across the continent.

    In the following day’s sitting, Chancellor Annabelle Thorndon-Stevensonn took these figures at face value, or rather attempted to do so in a very convincing manner, and fired back during oral questioning time at members of the Opposing Forces. She failed to take into account—and she refused to accept—the bigger picture which had produced high unemployment figures in the Deep South and Heartland countries.

    Those pundits and supporters of a more regulated immigration environment had warned Thorndon-Stevensonn that voters across the Kingdom of Burmecia, Grand Duchy of Dali, Noble Republic of Treno and Merchant Republic of Landburg—the Bible Belt countries—would punish her for her addiction to graphs and numbers which display only meaningless economic and capital growth on paper. And they did just that in January 2018, when they elected GOP’s Marion Maréchal-Le Men as the 18th President of the Electoral College.

    The bipartisan negotiation that followed—the alternative being the failure of every single future executive council bill to come to vote by the Executive Council—established two new nation-state wealth funds: the Infrastructure of Nation State Significance Fund, which was mentioned briefly by The Royal Alexandria Times on 29 August, and the more controversial of the two, the Industrial Care and Revitalisation Fund, otherwise known for its partisan name, “Marioncare.”

    Since the fund’s shaky start six months ago, Marioncare has rapidly grown to become the seventh largest wealth fund in the Nineteen Countries—the biggest loser from its astronomical rise being the holder of the first position, the Central Provident Fund, which has found itself being stripped off direct executive council contributions until 2025.

    What, then, is the purpose of Marioncare?

    Declining industries on the continent. According to the GOP official website, the first purpose of Marioncare is to cushion the working people—in not just the Bible Belt and the Heartland countries, but also the coastal “Rainbow countries”—from the blows “inflicted” by “heavy old industry’s decline, high net migration and the forces of internationalisation.” Fundamentally, to protect the common working people from rapid internationalisation and to mitigate the costs of deindustrialisation. To protect the hard-working line assemblers, the plumbers and the micro and small-sized business owners.

    Which brings us to its second purpose; its most challenging task—to help bring about the “green revolution” in the Nineteen Countries.

    All Yohannesian citizens 30 and over who are made unemployed are eligible to receive Industrial Care and Revitalisation payments provided they are willing to take jobs in “Fund Approved” sectors. Christian Democratic Party members mockingly called it “Marionpay” and “Marioncare-for-you.” The Fund also subsidises small and medium-sized enterprises eligible to apply for supplementary funding. Special preferences will be given to businesses involved with the renewable-energy industries.



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    Figure 1: Part of the Solar Power Regional Systems (SPRS) complex in Reichsgau Bergen auf Rügen, Kingdom of Alexandria.

    The Nineteen Countries can only afford these payments through taxpayer contributions and rates paid by today’s citizens and permanent residents. With forecast of increasingly higher decline in the “traditional manufacturing” sector of the economy, the fund will soon reach its “critical point”; that is, when the number of taxpayers and eligible enterprises as a proportion of the working age population and nationwide enterprises has dropped below a certain point that could not be be crossed if support for those receiving the supplementary funding is to be kept. These inevitable demographic and internationally induced changes mean that our future generations will have to face a much higher tax burden for Yohannes to keep funding its universal “Green industry” initiative.

    To tackle this challenge, until the time when the Nineteen Countries can tackle head-on the challenges of internationalisation, the Worker Protection and Industry Care Act 2018, or the “Marioncare Act,” has legislated by statutory obligations as follows: (i) The Industrial Care and Revitalisation Fund (ICRF), a collection of both domestic and foreign sourced capital and assets for the Executive Council Books; and (ii) the Board of Industrial Care and Revitalisation in the Bank of Yohannes (Forest Protector), a nation-state body corporate charged with administering the ICRF.

    Since its creation in February, the executive council and its quangos, which include the Bank of Yohannes and VMK Defence and Steel Works, have contributed 16 trillion Quertz russling (140.7 billion NSD) to the Fund. Contributions are scheduled to continue until the third quarter of 2025, when the Executive Council will be looking to directly increase fundamental government borrowing (by gross debt issue) to support underperforming sectors of the economy. Payment is to commence once again when fundamental government debt has fallen below 30 per cent of real GDP, taking into account differential and seasonal adjustments.

    By current trend of contributions, the Executive Council is set to take money from the ICRF by the second half of 2035 as it continues to exponentially increase in size (from current forecast) in the fifteen-year period to 2050. By statutory obligations the Executive Council must then resume its contributions and close the coffer of ICRF again until it is forecast to peak in size as a percentage of real GDP by 2060.

    Just like the Central Provident Fund, ICRF’s capital is partly invested in growth-oriented and highly diversified portfolio, such as International Incidents guarantees and instruments in emerging “hotspot” regions. As a nation-state body corporate, the Forest Protector can spend and invest as deemed necessary, and while the Minister of the Treasury and Wealth Fund is given the power to act as “head authority,” the Minister is by precedents dissuaded from influencing the Forest Protector’s operation on the ground. As a nation-state body corporate, the Forest Protector must submit operational reports to the Chancellor every year, and must present their audited statements of annual accounts before Parliament.

    Looking ahead, over a third of Marioncare’s capital will be invested outside the continent of Yohannes, where most of the growth are. Injecting capital in multiple countries allows for greater diversification and investment opportunities than would otherwise be available had Marioncare involved itself strictly inside the Nineteen Countries’ borders.

    Will Marioncare effectively contribute to the “old industry” hard workers in the increasingly rusty Bible Belt regions? Will Marioncare support the increasing focus placed on renewable energy and green growth policies in Yohannes? And most importantly, will it continue to maintain its current forecast growth in, say, 2050, even as withdrawal levels start to overtake contributions?

    And what about politics? What will happen when a future vengeful Christian Democratic Party-led Executive Council or Parliament, free from legislative interference by Marion Maréchal-Le Men’s presidency and Saul Ryan’s speakership, will have the opportunity to amend, or worse, repeal the “Marioncare Act” altogether?

    Only time will tell.

    Personally, I believe that the decline of the “old manufacturing” sector is something that we will have to eventually face head-on. We can’t run away from internationalisation and the constantly changing international community beyond the International Incidents. The rise of populist rhetoric on both sides of the political spectrum is intertwined with the rising unemployment, despair, and lost hope felt by our hard-working people in the Bible Belt districts and the Heartland countries. It is true that Marion is a populist Yohannesian Emperor. She likes to flirt with the politics of xenophobia, and she is unwilling to distance herself from her more offensive colleagues, such as Ronald Chump and Nickel Fallage. But at least she got one thing right.

    She will finally provide enough support—financial and real, not just rhetorical—for our green industry and the renewable energy future. For every job in the old, traditional manufacturing sector shed from our economy, another one from the “new, green” manufacturing sector will be made available somewhere.

    That is to say, Marioncare, ironically only legislated into reality because of the dangerous forces of populism and their exploitation by our politicians, will hopefully provide a helping hand for the underprivileged workers left behind, so they can more easily escape the suffocating grip of deindustrialisation.

    A legacy carried over from the previous century, but one need not be kept in Yohannes for our children’s future.

    Today’s exchange rate: According to the International Securities and Exchange Commission, 1 NationStates or Universal Standard Dollar (NSD/USD) (World Assembly and International Standard) can be used to buy 111.08 Quertz russling (Yohannesian); that is, a Yohannesian must spend at least §111.08 to afford $1 NS.



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    Author: Claudia A
    claudia.a@tratimes.co.yo
    @claudiaa

    Claudia A is one of the underpaid interns at The Royal Alexandria Times. She is a Macroeconomics postgraduate student and professional procrastinator in between lectures by day. She has previously attempted green policy analysis and social justice reviews, but was suck at both. These days you can find her in her natural habitat—writing for the Parliamentary Analysis Archive and The Royal Alexandria Times in her leisure time. She can sometimes be found tweeting together with her friends Baxter W, Erica B, Yohannes D & co. at the Maxtopian social networking website NationStates.



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    Annie17

    Tot agree with you 100% @claudiaa. Yohannesians have a long way to go if were to escape the fate of the United States. The Nineteen Countries should be more like Sweden or Germany not the US or the UK. I was a wee tod Third Industrial Growth period (1933-1945) and watched Yohannesians go from having less but more charitable now to see NationStates wingers and extreme market advocates. Can we also kick Asians and Muslims too had enough of them opening dairoes and shops speaking God knows what

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      Feud For Thought

      “kick Asians and Muslims too,” can we not go there?

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      IAmAsianAndMuslimDWI

      Grannie forgot this is nat news 2018........... 1939 calls

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    Aweebitsick

    Having 70+ hour week shifts nothing you want. Honestly should be a law if you pass say 70 you get less pay unless your doctors nurses etc. What about kids they need good rolemodel at home and ideally one at home mum or dad looking after them. We need more stable balanced society not pecking order botom of the food chain US style

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    Blimey Weasley

    Watch this backfire

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Postby Yohannes » Sun Oct 17, 2010 2:54 pm

Hamste wrote:I'm changeing the annual deposit to 1 billion hamsters.

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Dear Customer

Your request has been applied to the system.

Thank you for trusting your fund in our prestigious bank.


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Postby Tabaros » Sun Oct 17, 2010 6:15 pm

To: John Cregten
From: John Dubont

Official Name on Record: John Dubonl
Official Country of Origin: The Dictatorship of Tabaros
Type of Account: Tabarosian Emergency Fund Account
Initial deposit: 10 Million Nation State Dollars
Do you want us to invest the money nationally? No
Do you want us to invest the money in our colonies? No

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Tabaros wrote:To: John Cregten
From: John Dubont

Official Name on Record: John Dubonl
Official Country of Origin: The Dictatorship of Tabaros
Type of Account: Tabarosian Emergency Fund Account
Initial deposit: 10 Million Nation State Dollars
Do you want us to invest the money nationally? No
Do you want us to invest the money in our colonies? No

Sincerely
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To John Dubonl, of The Dictatorship of Tabaros


We are trully honoured to have you as one of our banking customer/client.
However, we do not offer such an account as Tabarosian Emergency Fund Account within our system. After analyzing it a little longer however, we realized that the choice of Imperial Standard Account would do justice for the deposit you entrusted us with.

Your Client Number is [encrypted, *sent by telegram*].
A total of (US$)$10,000,000.00 Universal Standard Dollar(s)/(US$), has been electronically sent to that new account.

The fund will be kept under strict in-bank discretionary deposit contract, meaning it will be safely stored inside the bank's internal treasury, ensuring the fact that the said fund shall never be invested nationally nor internationally.

We are honoured to have you as one of our Client, and we look forward in a positive and open partnership in managing your fund with regard of you as one of our trusted customers around the globe.




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Postby Ziyou Guo » Mon Oct 25, 2010 1:05 am

The President, Jiang Wen, would like to request placing in some cash from part of the wasted money afte getting rid of 0.5% of the budget from corruption.

Official Name on Record: Jiang Wen

Official Country of Origin: The Unitary Singaporean Republic of Ziyou Guo

Type of Account: Imperial Executive Account

Initial deposit: $25,000,000

Do you want us to invest the money nationally? Yes, please.

Do you want us to invest the money in our colonies? No, thank you.
(check our factbook and ambassador mission at the link below for more information)
http://forum.nationstates.net/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=75199
http://forum.nationstates.net/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=74160

If stated as YES, how do you want us to invest your money? In what way?
MT nation: You're looking at it right now! :P
FT nation: Sungai Pusat
RP population: 5,076,700
-From Jiang Wen
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Ziyou Guo wrote:The President, Jiang Wen, would like to request placing in some cash from part of the wasted money afte getting rid of 0.5% of the budget from corruption.

Official Name on Record: Jiang Wen

Official Country of Origin: The Unitary Singaporean Republic of Ziyou Guo

Type of Account: Imperial Executive Account

Initial deposit: $25,000,000

Do you want us to invest the money nationally? Yes, please.

Do you want us to invest the money in our colonies? No, thank you.
(check our factbook and ambassador mission at the link below for more information)
http://forum.nationstates.net/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=75199
http://forum.nationstates.net/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=74160

If stated as YES, how do you want us to invest your money? In what way?



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To : Jiang Wen. Head of State of The Republic of Ziyou Guo
From : John Cregten, Senior Chief Executive Officer of the JIB



We are trully honoured to have you as one of our banking customer/client.
Your request for an Imperial Executive Account has been accepted.

Your Client Number is [encrypted, *sent by telegram*].
A total of (US$)$25,000,000.00 Universal Standard Dollar(s)/(US$), has been electronically sent to that new account.

The fund will be invested in our various Domestic Capital Project in the Indonesian Empire. The said deposit above shall be invested in accordance of the moral recognition of fairness and ethnicity equality for all.

We are honoured to have you as one of our Client, and we look forward in a positive and open partnership in managing your fund with regard of you as one of our trusted customers around the globe.




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Postby Ziyou Guo » Thu Oct 28, 2010 6:36 am

OOC: How long is a year in this game? Or at least in your own terms.
MT nation: You're looking at it right now! :P
FT nation: Sungai Pusat
RP population: 5,076,700
-From Jiang Wen
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Postby Yohannes » Thu Oct 28, 2010 6:45 am

Ziyou Guo wrote:OOC: How long is a year in this game? Or at least in your own terms.



OOC : Basically a year is, to be adjusted to this bank term, 1 week. :).

OOC again : However, the longer you deposit your fund without extracting any, the more the bank interest rate will add up to your account, meaning more $$$ for you and me. Mutually exclusive for both of us. (although you benefit more of course, since your party is the one who actually receive the money in physical term, not just credit.

OOC again : You can extract a certain amount, or even all of your deposit anytime that you feel like it, but the rule said above will not appy to you if you do so, and you won't receive eany extra $$$ For your savings in this bank.
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