By Anna Von Reitz
Today, I got an email from a group of Greek bankers asking me if the "Global Collateral Accounts" are real and why they can't seem to get action releasing those funds even after allocations have been made and published?
Well, yes, there are Global Collateral Accounts that do contain assets that belonged to people long dead and whose specific heirs are not known, and as a result those assets belong to the world-at-large and there is really no reason to leave them sitting around in bank deposit boxes and tranche flats doing no earthly good.
Fair enough. So some years ago a great housecleaning effort began in the Swiss vaults and has continued from there.