Since the ending of World War II, many countries needed to rebuild their cities, infrastructure, and economies. Some countries, mainly the allied countries, successfully achieved this. Other countries were not so successful for whatever reasons, whether Government corruption, lack of suitable finance, colonies used and deliberately starved of development / finance by the Allied Powers, political indifferences, ideologies, or other factors.

The world has progressed and developed so fast during the last 60 years that the countries which successfully achieved the rebuilding after the war, have been able to take advantage of the more under-developed countries by using their economic and political strength, their myriad of Financial Engineering Products, their superior technology, and their lust for power and monetary greed.


In the years leading up to the year 2000, the word “Globalization” was widely heard, with its introduction to the world following shortly after. Some say that it is a good thing. Others say it was ill-conceived and badly planned, so much so that many countries are still “reeling” from the effects of Globalization. In effect, any system that brings advantages to the majority, is reasonable in its structure and operation, and is properly planned and organized, cannot be anything other than good for the world and its people as a whole. However, as we have all seen, and some are experiencing, the effects of all the above factors have substantially increased the gap between rich and poor, poverty has increased dramatically, and the geological balance of the world is dangerously out of synchronization.


The Office of International Treasury Control have recognized this factor and will primarily focus its’ attention on “Third World and Developing Countries”, not ignoring the developed Nations of the World, so as to eventually reduce this “Global Imbalance” and bring a more unified synchronization and stability to the world we all live in.

These “Third World and Developing Countries” need substantial investment in infrastructure, welfare and social, commercial, education and in their people, whether through Government or Commercial means. The problems lie in the fact that these countries are limited in what they can borrow from such organizations as the International Monetary Fund, The World Bank, The International Financial Corporation, and others. Additionally, conditions to such financial facilities from the said organizations often come at an unacceptable price. Interest rates that, although lower than commercial rates, create an ever increasing spiral of debt. Cultures that fast disappear in favour of commercialization and consumerism. International Political interference, and influence, aimed at a country’s own Sovereignty. Conditions that favour the “Outside World” rather than the country in question, whereby profits, just to name one factor, are repatriated leaving employee earnings and National Taxes as the only means to further the country’s development.

The Office of International Treasury Control’s methodologies of financially assisting any Nation remove most of these negative factors and allow earnings to be retained in the country, by investing into the country and its people. These earnings / profits, or otherwise, become “Rolled Over”, using a long term strategy, allowing for sustainable economic development and growth within that country. Additionally, utilizing The Office of International Treasury Control’s flexibility, product factors, experts and consultants, it is able to provide many variations and solutions for a country to utilize its natural assets / resources to the country, and its people’s own benefit, creating a sustainable and greatly improved standard of living.

A country and its people cannot be held in increasing impoverishment as this can only lead to total instability in the world. In one way, the world has moved forward in a progressive and positive manner with IT, Highways, Bullet Trains and the likes, but, in another way the world with its increasing poverty, collapsing health, welfare and educational systems, an increasing rich / poor gap, is moving negatively backwards towards Medieval times with an increasing number of the world’s population fast becoming impoverished.


The Office of International Treasury Control recognizes that there must be, and always will be, a “Class” factor in the world’s society, but it also recognizes that substantial gaps (imbalances) between “Classes” can be a dangerous factor towards the world’s society. With its methodologies, financial resources, skills, and objectives, The Office of International Treasury Control can assist all Nations of the World. It will however, take time. The Foundations are there and we are building on our strengths, allowing us to assist countries and their people to build on their own strengths in a sustainable manner.

The Office of International Treasury Control is totally non-political. It fully adheres to its own strong ethical values and those of the United Nations. It does not condone Corruption, whether Government or Commercial, neither does it appease persons, groups of persons, or political entities whose own self interest and power base is paramount.
The Office of International Treasury Control

An Organisation that provides Sound and Progressive Management
The Office of International Treasury Control’s vision, and objectives, can be established on many levels / platforms and in many different areas because it is not limited, or restricted, by the day-to-day requirements, and operational requirements that affect other international financial organizations. The structure and the extensive use of consultants and private contractors allows The Office of International Treasury Control to oversee every aspect of its operations in a timely and meaningful manner.