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December 2014 - 99GetSmart

99getsmart.com [cached]

On the contrary: the second IMF chief Ivar Rooth, a former Governor of the Swedish Central Bank and ex-Director of the Basel Bank for International Settlements, set out on a course that was to acquire major significance in the later history of the organization - introducing conditionality, i.e. establishing obligatory requirements for granting loans.
By establishing so-called "stand-by arrangements", Ivar Rooth added the principle of "conditionality" to the IMF's toolbox.


Man of Bretton Woods | Whittaker Chambers

whittakerchambers.org [cached]

Two days later, the I.M.F.'s Swedish director, Ivar Rooth, tersely announced that Virginius Frank Coe had resigned his job - by request.


B.I.S. - ex-Nazi bank now the world central bank - The Bank for International Settlements, Basel, Switzerland

www.bilderberg.org [cached]

On July 13, 1941, Ivar Rooth, governor of the Bank of Sweden, wrote to his friend Merle Cochran- who had returned to Washington- about the latest general meeting of the Bank and the luncheon at the Basle restaurant Les Trois Rois afterward.
Rooth continued, "I hope that our friends abroad will understand the political necessity of committing the Germans to send a division to Finland by railway through Sweden."


B.I.S. - ex-Nazi bank now the world central bank - The Bank for International Settlements, Basel, Switzerland

www.bilderberg-mirror.org.uk [cached]

On July 13, 1941, Ivar Rooth, governor of the Bank of Sweden, wrote to his friend Merle Cochran- who had returned to Washington- about the latest general meeting of the Bank and the luncheon at the Basle restaurant Les Trois Rois afterward.Rooth continued, "I hope that our friends abroad will understand the political necessity of committing the Germans to send a division to Finland by railway through Sweden."


Sweden - Daily Positive

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Ivar Rooth, a Swedish solicitor, served as the International Monetary Fund (IMF)'s second Managing Director from August 3, 1951 to October 3, 1956.


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