The Bank's Origins & Relations
SGBA was established in 2008 by State Decree 001/2008 under the Independent laws of the Sovereign Tribal-State "Te Atua E Wa". The construction of it's Charter, Statutes, management structure, and policies were completed in 2010 - 2012. Sovereign States jurisdiction and legislation are Independent of New Zealand and any of its laws or regulations.
SGBA has Offices in Wall Street New York and is commencing negotiations with two other key International Financial Jurisdictions, Singapore, and London. SGBA aims to establish Representative Offices and bank accounts with key financial institutions, worldwide.
Recently, the Sovereign Tribal-State Te Atua E Wa approached the United Nations for registration as the 194th member to the UN and to be the first Central Bank to proceed with the registration of its digital gold backed currency with the UN.
In 2012, in United States of Mexico, SGBA set up its representative office and account with HSBC Mexico. SGBA has set up its Representative Offices, in Indonesia, Dubai, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Vietnam, New York and Canada. Discussions in Panama, Cambodia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, London, Germany, and Poland are currently underway.
SGBA's strategic alliances enable the commencement of investment and project development with these Government's and the private sector in accordance with SGBA's initial 2010/2012 global economic goals and objectives.
SGBA is looking forward to concluding it's new strategic alliances with such nations over the coming months.
The King of Kings of Indonesia Sultan Mohammad Hasan Kuth Pangrango recently passed away in June of 2017 and will be sadly missed by the Family.
Sultan was a worldly historic figure and from 1947 to 2017, Sultan provided several thousand tons of the Royal Family's gold bullion to underpin the global financial banking systems and many Nation's economies after the 2nd world war.
Sultan signed various Treaties since 1947 with world leaders, such as Chiang Kai Shek of China and Mao Zedong, President Harry Truman, Queen Elizabeth II, The Allied Nations, and the Green Hilton Agreement in 1963 in Geneva signed by President J. F. Kennedy and with African and Asian leaders via the Bandung Agreement in 1960.
Before the Sultans departure and in accordance with ancient traditions and customs, in 2012 all the Family's gold bullion held in UBS and various banks worldwide were legally transferred to the Sovereign Ariki Manukau that is now managed by the Bank for the benefit of the Family, Indonesians and the Maori Nation.