The Central Financial Authority (CFA) is the only widely recognised international banking service in 2280. It holds all personal and corporate wealth in Trust, continuously monitoring all financial transactions (3.1).
The constitution for the CFA was drawn up in 2193 following a meeting between the world’s largest corporations and the heads of several city-state. The intention was to create a singular global bank to handle all Trust accounts, personal, corporate, or otherwise. This was followed by the development of a framework under which the CFA would operate and the system by which its board of directors would be chosen. In 2195 the CFA was officially formed and headquartered in Lavana Free City (3.4.5).