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Coronavirus nie je žiadny hoax ako tvrdia konšpirátori ale systematicky chystaná záležitosť od roku 2017!

Svetova banka v roku 2017 startuje prvykrat historicky nudzove (emergency) pandemicke dlhopisy v obj 500 mil USD. (emergency facility=nudzovy zdroj)

The Pandemic Emergency Financing Fund covers six viruses that are most likely to cause a pandemic (fond zahrna 6 virusov, tore maju najlepsi predpoklad sposobenia pandemie) :
Orthomyxoviruses (new influenza pandemic virus A), Coronaviridae (SARS, MERS), Filoviridae (Ebola, Marburg, Crimean Congo, Rift Valley, Lassa fever).

JUNE 28, 2017
World Bank Launches First-Ever Pandemic Bonds to Support $500 Million Pandemic Emergency Financing Facility

Covid-19 je biologická zbraň, ktorá bola vyrobena na zákazku, to je to podstatné, že je ten virus umelého povodu. Kto na to upozorní, je odstraneny z mediálneho pola ako doktorka Soňa Peková.
Nikto nenapíše v mainstreame ako je možné, že si niekto može patentovat kmen koronavirusu prirodneho povodu. To iste bolo s virusovym kmenom eboly, takže “niekto” má zasadnu snahu si tieto umelovyrobene virusy privatizovat, aby nebylo dovoleno tie viry studovat.

Vsetky tieto patenty nepriamo vlastni Bilm Gates, ktorý urcite nema medicinu, on a celá jeho rodina nie su ockovani, nikto nikdy nevidel Billa Gatesa s ruskom alebo filtrom na dychacich cestach. To iste šéf WHO Tedros Adhonoma Gebreyesus, bývalý člen teroristické organizace TPLF. Kampan na post sefa WHO platila TPLF.

Cize je uplne jasne, ze najmenej od 2017teho sa toto vedelo a cielene systematicky tvorilo.

A tiez ze Fizzovlada 2016-2020 toto vedela.

Preto sa nikto ani nepokusal menit alebo napadnut vysledky volieb zo Smeru a pod., oni proste o tomto vedeli - napr. od Vazila Hudaka - viceprez Europskej investcnej banky.




World Bank Launches First-Ever Pandemic Bonds to Support $500 Million Pandemic Emergency Financing Facility

Washington, DC, June 28, 2017 – The World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development) today launched specialized bonds aimed at providing financial support to the Pandemic Emergency Financing Facility (PEF), a facility created by the World Bank to channel surge funding to developing countries facing the risk of a pandemic.

This marks the first time that World Bank bonds are being used to finance efforts against infectious diseases, and the first time that pandemic risk in low-income countries is being transferred to the financial markets.

The PEF will provide more than $500 million to cover developing countries against the risk of pandemic outbreaks over the next five years, through a combination of bonds and derivatives priced today, a cash window, and future commitments from donor countries for additional coverage.

The transaction, that enables PEF to potentially save millions of lives, was oversubscribed by 200% reflecting an overwhelmingly positive reception from investors and a high level of confidence in the new World Bank sponsored instrument. With such strong demand, the World Bank was able to price the transaction well below the original guidance from the market. The total amount of risk transferred to the market through the bonds and derivatives is $425 million.

“With this new facility, we have taken a momentous step that has the potential to save millions of lives and entire economies from one of the greatest systemic threats we face,” World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim said. “We are moving away from the cycle of panic and neglect that has characterized so much of our approach to pandemics. We are leveraging our capital market expertise, our deep understanding of the health sector, our experience overcoming development challenges, and our strong relationships with donors and the insurance industry to serve the world’s poorest people. This creates an entirely new market for pandemic risk insurance. Drawing on lessons from t

The World Bank announced the creation of the PEF in May 2016 at the G7 Finance Ministers and Central Governors meeting in Sendai, Japan. The PEF will quickly channel funding to countries facing a major disease outbreak with pandemic potential. Its unique financing structure combines funding from the bonds issued today with over-the-counter derivatives that transfer pandemic outbreak risk to derivative counterparties. The structure was designed to attract a wider, more diverse set of investors.

The PEF has two windows. The first is an ‘insurance’ window with premiums funded by Japan and Germany, consisting of bonds and swaps including those executed today. The second is a ‘cash’ window, for which Germany provided initial funding of Euro 50 million. The cash window will be available from 2018 for the containment of diseases that may not be eligible for funding under the insurance window.

The bonds and derivatives for the PEF’s ‘insurance’ window were developed by the World Bank Treasury in cooperation with leading reinsurance companies Swiss Re and Munich Re. AIR Worldwide was the sole modeler, using the AIR Pandemic Model to provide expert risk analysis. Swiss Re Capital Markets is the sole book runner for the transaction. Swiss Re Capital Markets and Munich Re are the joint structuring agents. Munich Re and GC Securities, a division of MMC Securities LLC are co-managers.

Swiss Re Capital Markets Limited, Munich Re and GC Securities were also joint arrangers on the derivatives transactions.

The bonds will be issued under IBRD’s “capital at risk” program because investors bear the risk of losing part or all of their investment in the bond if an epidemic event triggers pay-outs to eligible countries covered under the PEF.

The PEF covers six viruses that are most likely to cause a pandemic. These include new Orthomyxoviruses (new influenza pandemic virus A), Coronaviridae (SARS, MERS), Filoviridae (Ebola, Marburg) and other zoonotic diseases (Crimean Congo, Rift Valley, Lassa fever).

PEF financing to eligible countries will be triggered when an outbreak reaches predetermined levels of contagion, including number of deaths; the speed of the spread of the disease; and whether the disease crosses international borders. The determinations for the trigger are made based on publicly available data as reported by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Countries eligible for financing under the PEF’s insurance window are members of the International Development Association (IDA), the institution of the World Bank Group that provides concessional finance for the world’s poorest countries. The PEF will be governed by a Steering Body, whose voting members include Japan and Germany. WHO and the World Bank serve as non-voting members.

The World Bank has developed some of the most innovative catastrophe risk insurance instruments in the market to help developing countries manage risk. In the past ten years the institution has executed approximately $1.6 billion in catastrophe risk transactions.

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