Tim Geithner, Paul Volcker and Larry Summers, Obama’s Former Economic Team are Members of “Group of Thirty”…Also Economic “Guru” Paul Krugman member

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Will anyone in the MSM’s EVER Investigate the connection of Tim Geithner, Paul Voelker and Larry Summers to the “Group of Thirty”?

Influential

The work of the Group of Thirty impacts the current and future structure of the global financial system by delivering actionable recommendations directly to the private and public policymaking communities.

About the Group of Thirty

The Group of Thirty, established in 1978, is a private, nonprofit, international body composed of very senior representatives of the private and public sectors and academia. It aims to deepen understanding of international economic and financial issues, to explore the international repercussions of decisions taken in the public and private sectors, and to examine the choices available to market practitioners and policymakers.

The Group’s members meet in plenary sessions twice a year with select guests to discuss important economic, financial and policy developments.

Members of the G30 – central bank governors, government officials, leading economists and private sector experts from sixteen countries – have addressed a variety of topics during regular policy meetings and launched a number of comprehensive analytical studies to tackle the challenging questions in the world of economics and finance. The G30 is led by Paul A. Volcker, Chairman of the Trustees, and Jacob A. Frenkel, Chairman.

LIST of Group of Thirty Members

The Group of Thirty was launched at the suggestion of Robert Roosa, a U.S. Treasury Undersecretary, and the Rockefeller Foundation in New York in 1978 to commence a program aimed at fostering a better understanding of international economic and monetary policy. Geoffrey Bell was the principal architect of the Group and travelled the world to find potential members for the organization. Johannes Witteveeen, the Group’s first Chairman, suggested thirty as the maximum number of individuals that can easily be accommodated around a single table for stimulating group discussions.

A defining feature of the G30 is that the senior individuals who form its membership also serve as its principal workforce.  

The work program is managed by a small staff based in Washington, DC, that provides policy guidance and administrative support for the meetings and projects that the membership decides to pursue.

The Board of Trustees, the Chairman and the members of the Group of Thirty are extremely grateful for the support, monetary or in kind, of our contributors. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our contributors and supporters who have helped make the G30 a successful institution as we approach our thirtieth year of existence.

Contributors and Supporters:

ABN AMRO Holding NV
American International Group
Arab Bank Plc.
Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development

Asociacion Española de Banca (AEB)
AXA Japan Holding Co. Ltd.
Axis Capital
Austrian National Bank
Banca d’Italia
Banco Central de Chile
Banco de Mexico

Banco de Portugal
Banco Mercantil
Banco Santander Central Hispano
Banque Centrale du Luxembourg
Bank Leumi le Israel BM
Bank of Greece
Bank of East Asia, Ltd.
Bank of New York
Bank of Nova Scotia
Barclays Bank PLC
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
BNP Paribas Bank
Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.
Central Bank of Malta
The Challenger Foundation
CIB Bank Ltd
Citi
Credit Suisse
Dah Sing Financial Group
Danmarks National Bank

Debs Foundation: Connected to the Democratic Socialists of America
Den Danske Bank A/S
Deutsche Bank AG
Deutsche Börse AG
Dubai Financial Services Authority
Euroclear
Euronext
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Geoffrey Bell and Co.
Goldman Sachs and Co.
Gulf International Bank
Henry Kaufman & Company, Inc
Hong Kong Monetary Authority
HSBC Holdings plc
ING Group
JPMorgan Chase
Lehman Brothers

LCH Clearnet Group Limited
Merrill Lynch
Monetary Authority of Singapore
Munich Re AG
Morgan Stanley & Co., Int’l
National Bank of Hungary
NewSmith
Nordea Bank
Norges Bank
People’s Bank of China
Reserve Bank of Australia
Reserve Bank of India
Reuters Holdings Plc.
Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority
Schroders plc
Sella Holding Banca
Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken
Soros Fund Management
Standard & Poor’s
Sullivan and Cromwell
Sveriges Riksbank
Swedbank
Swiss National Bank
Swiss Re
UBS
UniCredito Italiano
Whitehead Foundation
Zurich Group

The G30 is a 501c3 non-for-profit institution. Donations in support of our program and activities are tax deductible. If your institution would like to become active in and support our work, please contact the G30 staff for more information on (202) 331-2472 or via email on info@group30.org

My question is this:

Isn’t there a “conflict of interest” when Geithner, Voelker and Summers are part of the “Group of Thirty” that is SUPPORTED by groups involved in the original TARP bill of $700 BILLION dollars? What is in the “Stimulus Bill” of nearly ONE TRILLION dollars that can be linked back to them?

Citi

AIG

JP Morgan Chase

Lehman Brothers

Goldman Sachs (Also connected to Henry Paulson, the previous Sec. of Treasury)

Merrill Lynch

Soros Fund Management

Why is it I ALWAYS see George Soros’ name when anything involved with questionable money practices is involved?

Now we are going to hear from the Secretary of the Treasury, Tim Geithner’s PLAN in reference to the economy?  Will he admit his connections to the “Group of Thirty”? 

Where is the TRUTH and TRANSPARENCY President Obama promised America?

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