May 21, 2014, Washington D.C.

Is it time for a new Bretton Woods?

Paul Volcker

The Global Currency Union aims to contribute innovative solutions to improve price stability 
of market-based exchange rates through which currencies relate and economies integrate. 
We develop advanced yet practical systems, which are based on market dynamics to provide better
stability and efficiency, and which address disorderly movements and relations in exchange rates. 
As we regard stable market access as fundamental to growth, prosperity and sovereignty, we strive 
to ensure all parties their unalienable rights to this equality, in their pursuit of public and private goals.

- the word to best represent our aims and values is ‘together’.