H.M. Royal Family
Treasury

The Treasury, shall manage and administer the Maori Electronic Gold Currency System, Security Systems, IT Systems, and the 5% transaction Tax System in accordance with the Banks Monetary Policy. 

The Royal Family's history is unique as one of the most notable and historic events was the Green Hilton Agreement signed in Geneva 1963 where approximately 52,414 MT in gold bullion ingots were transferred to the Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS) bullion account of Sultan Dana Rasa and his son Sultan (King) Muhamad Hasan Kuth Pangrango and other international depositories.

 

Sultan Muhamad Hasan Kuth Pangrango transferred all title, rights, and interests to the entire bullion amount held at UBS by Royal Family succession to H.M. Arikinui Manukau, to be managed by the Maori Central Bank of Aotearoa. All bullion bars/ingots will be hallmarked with the Bank's insignia and a limited amount of Gold Coins minted with Sultan Pangrango and H.M. Arikinui Manukau insignia stamped on either side of the gold coins. ALL bullion bars/ingots shall form and underpin the States Maori Gold-Backed Digital Currency.

          Sultan (King) Pangrango & H.M. Ariki Manukau - 2012        

Green Hilton Agreement Geneva 1963

History

Sultan (King of Kings) Dana Rasa Kupenga Manukau and Sultan Muhamad Hasan Kuth Pangrango, pledged large amounts of gold bullion and signed various Agreements with the Leaders of China Chiang Kai Shek in 1947 and Chairman Mao Zedong in 1949, and,  with the President of the United States of America Harry Trueman, Queen Elizabeth II & the Allied Nations during the 1950s.

In 1963 in Geneva, Sultan Dana Rasa and Sultan Pangrango signed the Green Hilton Agreement with the President of the United States John F. Kennedy, President Soekarno, and other world leaders. By this agreement, Sultan Pangrango pledged a total of 52,414 Metric Tons gold bullion ingots, a large number of gemstones, and artifacts that were deposited at the Union Bank of Switzerland Zurich, to create liquidity and to rebuild the world nations after the 2nd world war.

Sultan Pangrango also pledged 200mt of gold bullion to H.M. Arikinui Manukau Royal Family in Aotearoa. Sultan Pangrango also signed the Bandung Agreements in Indonesia between 89 African and Asian Leaders from 1955 to 1960. Sultan (King) Pangrango was a historic figure who pledged the Royal Family's assets to help the people of the world recently passed away in 2017.

 

In 2012 before Sultan (King) Muhamad Hasan Kuth Pangrangos departure, Sultan legally transferred full power and authority and all title, rights, and interests to the gold bullion, gemstones, and artefacts (FAMILY SUCCESSION)  currently held at the Union Bank of Switzerland in Zurich and other depositories worldwide, to H.M. Ariki Manukau

King of Kings History