The Entity

By Lewis Morgan

Thriller, Religion & spirituality, Crime & mystery | eBook


At the collapse of the banking system there was a fundamental shift in the powerbase of the banks and the old families were told they could no longer treat the world economies as their own domain for business, they would have to comply with the governments and face much greater scrutiny. This lead to the whole banking system collapsing further as lending between banks dried up as they didn’t trust one another, or in fact the banking families decided they wouldn’t play ball anymore. Much like a fallout of the Mafioso families, the banking families decided they wouldn’t honour debts to one another, the whole system teetered. This was at the end of a loan period that had been agreed in 1947 for 60 years. The loan was agreed against boxes holding some of the most valued assets of the UK, US and Vatican City, under the safe keeping of the British government. These lending lines, along with the Marshall Plan, were the lynchpin to financial success that has been enjoyed for the last 60 years until 2007. The following years were spent rebuilding shattered economies across Europe as old debts were repaid, old axes ground and old favours called in. When the crisis hit the boxes option was re-ignited to provide a much needed boost to the economies of the world. Could these lending lines be renewed and assure the future success of the western world or would the world banking system be allowed to collapse and descend into further meltdown?


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At the collapse of the banking system there was a fundamental shift in the powerbase of the banks and the old families were told they could no longer treat the world economies as their own domain for business, they would have to comply with the governments and face much greater scrutiny. This lead to the whole banking system collapsing further as lending between banks dried up as they didn’t trust one another, or in fact the banking families decided they wouldn’t play ball anymore. Much like a fallout of the Mafioso families, the banking families decided they wouldn’t honour debts to one another, the whole system teetered. This was at the end of a loan period that had been agreed in 1947 for 60 years. The loan was agreed against boxes holding some of the most valued assets of the UK, US an...


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Lewis Morgan began his working career in the City, having studied in the UK and France. Upon leaving his job as a banker he has experience in the insurance world as well as other business ventures. His first book, The Entity, is a pacey espionage thriller bringing to life some of the experiences of living in several cities in Europe, plus his vivid imagination of the machinations of the financial world and the higher echelons of power



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