Wim studied development economics at VU University in Amsterdam. He previously worked in financial jobs for several international non-profit organizations, mainly in the field of development. His field of knowledge is broader than finance and includes religion, socioeconomic governance and the international economy. At The Broker, Wim is responsible for finance, HRM, organizational management and supporting processes.
Private banks create most of our money. The rest – coins and banknotes – make up only a small percentage. Several recent developments challenge this historically-evolved arrangement. Monetary reform could be as urgent as preventing the next banking crisis and the breakdown of the Euro zone. According to monetary reformers, better control of money creation could remove a major cause of economic crises.
1 October, 2015
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