International Monetary Fund
About the Committee
The IMF has its main focus on ensuring nations around the globe in order to control financial assets and regulate economies on a regional and global level. The committee focuses more on maintaining stability in the world economy rather than promoting direct growth. The committee is part of the larger “Bretton Woods Institutions” that were established in 1944. Delegates will discuss topics ranging from international trade to regional economic programs in order to meet the committees more advanced and complex financial goals.