We are delighted to send the first newsletter of the International Movement for Monetary Reform and announce the new blog section on our website.
As more and more exciting developments are happening across the world, this newsletter will spread the important news to the worldwide community of money reformers.
Today the consulting group KPMG published a new report commissioned the prime minister of Iceland. The report outlines the main benefits of a sovereign money system and relates on the various political developments that have been made possible by IMMR members.
What's more, the report sparked a great debate on money reform with the governor of the central bank of Iceland. Please take a look at our summary of the report and the main highlights from the conference here.
You will also find some key highlights from the activities of our network from the last year. We hope you'll enjoy it!
KPMG Iceland Publishes Report on Sovereign Money
The consulting company KPMG has presented to the Prime Minister of Iceland a report outlining the main features of the sovereign money system proposals. Read the article »
Swiss Campaign Makes Referendum a Reality
The Swiss population will be the first in the world to vote on their banking and monetary system after a citizens' initiative collects 105,000 signatures. Read the article »
Dutch Parliament Adopts Motions to Investigate Money Creation
On March 16th, the Dutch Parliament’s plenary assembly adopted two motions committing the government to carry out further research on money creation. Read more »
Iceland: Central Bank Welcomes Parliamentary Resolution for a Money Commission
The Parliament's move to investigate monetary reform with a money commission was agreed the central bank. Read more »