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Category: Finance/Banking

Dragon Propaganda

China’s buys influence in Western Press

Part II louisalim/guardian/eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, June 28th 2022– At the same time, Beijing is also seeking to shift the global centre of gravity eastwards, propagating the idea of a new world order with a resurgent China at its centre. Of course, influence campaigns are nothing new; the US and the UK, among others, have aggressively courted…
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Hope for Suriname

IMF Visits Suriname

Satisfaction for whom ? eyesonsuriname Washington DC/ Paramaribo/Amsterdam, May 14th 2022–As part of the second review of the agreed Extended Fund Facility (EFF) program between Suriname and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), a mission of this multilateral organization led by Mr. Ding Ding, visited Suriname from 9 to 13 May 2022.  During this mission, discussions…
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Suriname Pantano

Publishing the image of Suriname not enough

Much more needs to be done ves/eyesonsuriname commentary Paramaribo/ Amsterdam, May 7, 2022 — Suriname just doesn’t work, given the beautiful promising future.  A lousy image from a recent past, it seems that it can not be screwed up no matter how good the intentions are.  But only good intentions don’t work.  Never. Ever. As a country, we…
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Oystein Olsen warns on Stagflation

Norwegian State Fund Former Director

Warning: Stagflation eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, May 3d 2022– The Norwegian state fund, with 1.2 trillion dollars (more than 1.1 trillion euros) in resources, the largest of its kind in the world, warns of stagflation. Due to high inflation, low interest rates and high stock prices, many risks lurk, of which stagflation is the greatest danger. That’s…
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Unified South Amerian Currency

Lula’s advisors: unified currency for Latin America

And Suriname ? eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, May 3d 2022–Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva and his economic team would push for a unified regional currency like the Euro to end South America’s inclination to the US dollar should he win the Oct. 2 elections over the incumbent Jair Bolsonaro, it was reported Monday. We…
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Dnegue Mosquito Brazil

New Health Crisis in Brazil

Peril for Suriname eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, April 21st 2022– Brazilian health authorities, Tuesday April 20th, announced the number of probable cases of dengue fever nationwide had nearly doubled since the beginning of the year compared to the same period in 2021. Suriname is especially vulnerable as uncontrolled and not documented or regulated Brazilian golddiggers visit the country leaving…
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Catching the Wolf of Wallstreet

Lessons for fraudulent and corrupted criminals in Suriname

The Real Wolf of Wall Street Jordan Belfort discusses his plan to repay victims of his investment scam and why Wall Street CEOs haven’t been prosecuted for crimes related to the financial crisis. He speaks on “Taking Stock.” Catching the Wolf of Wallstreet In the go-go nineties, Jordan Belfort proved that you didn’t need to…
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Money Laundering

Money Laundering

Opinion FD Amsterdam, March 15th 2022– In their fight against black money, banks are increasingly focusing on the use of cash. Entrepreneurs are allowed to withdraw and deposit less and less money or are told that the use of cash will be banned altogether. In sectors such as the metal trade and border regions where…
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Central Bank of Russia FSIA

Seriously Fighting Financial Crime

Lessons from London Part VIII  Oliver Bullough / The Guardian Amsterdam, March 8th — Their salvation came from an unlikely quarter: the Soviet Union, which didn’t want to keep its dollar reserves in US banks. Instead, it kept them in London, where British banks began lending them to each other in an entirely unregulated market…
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Anti Money Laundering

Money Laundering Today

High Tech Future Part VII Oliver Bullough Amsterdam, March 7th 2022 — Take Andrey Borodin, the owner of that £140m house in Henley-on-Thames. He arrived in Britain in 2011, pursued by Russian charges of having defrauded his own bank. Borodin insisted the charges were politically motivated, and gained asylum here. Had prosecutors brought charges in the…
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