How the City of London Outmaneuvered Central Banks after World War 2 – Jeff Snider



Jeff Snider of the Eurodollar University explains how the Eurodollar system, an unregulated offshore banking system centered in the City of London, emerged as a response to the Bretton Woods agreements after World War 2.

Bretton Woods introduced a number of restrictions aimed at curtailing the influence of private finance but it was ultimately unsuccessful.

What emerged was an ungovernable web of international money flows that left Central Bankers impotent and transferred power back to the financiers.

Clip taken from Jeff Snider’s first appearance on Robert Breedlove’s What is Money Show, entitled “The Century of Central Banking”.

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