François de Siebenthal

François de Siebenthal


Speeches by François de Siebenthal

[Day 1]
12.00 am - 01.00 pm
Theme: 5 Universal Principles of Company Growth
[Day 2]
01.00 am - 02.00 pm
Theme: 7 Key Business Owner Functions
[Day 3]
01.00 am - 02.00 pm
Theme: Our Best Mistakes in Business


He has a degree in law and economics and was named Honorary Consul General of the Philippines in Switzerland in 1993 by Corazon Aquino after encouraging European investment in the construction of the Manila metro.

After a stint with the Christian Democratic Party, which he left when the party opted for a solution to the delay in abortion, he decided to enter politics as an independent. His patron is an Iranian businessman, Naghi Gashtikhah.

He is a consultant to companies in the areas of banking, finance, legal, market opening in Switzerland, Europe, Asia, South America, USA, Canada and in the Pacific region, notably by giving, with the help of a Canadian NGO, the Louis Even Institute, the best Swiss banking technologies to the poorest, from alternative banks that create their own money masses without any interest rate or wear, without or with computers, a mixture of local Raiffeisen systems and Wir bank.

In particular, he is a supporter of Appel au peuple, an “association of justice revolts”.

He is convinced of the reality of a global Masonic plot according to an article published in the newspaper Le Temps, which was denounced as biased and oriented on a website of the political movement he represents.

He is involved in the launching of several popular federal initiatives, notably in favour of basic income and a reform of the Swiss monetary system. It is one of the initiators of the popular initiative “Full currency” in June 2014. He gave a lecture on the subject in a local belonging to the Swiss Resistance movement, which will earn him the criticism of some members of the Initiative Committee.

He received lifeguard medals from the Carnegie Foundation under the auspices of the Federal Council and the Swiss Lifesaving Society.

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