World Public Economy Organization

World welfare through public economic policies

The World Public Economy Organization aims at helping countries, bringing some solidarity in their economy where vulnerable economic gaps have been identified, wherever it is needed. Solidarity and peace are at the heart of the philosophy and vision of the World Public Economy Organization.

The problem we address

In today’s world, the number of new millionaires increases every year, together with the wealth inequalities at international level.

At the same time, in many countries, some families lose purchasing power from one day to another.

And this was the case of Indonesian farmers in the aftermath of the South East Asian countries currency crisis in the 90’s.

How can an economic policy be effective when its drafting takes more time than the life cycle of the phenomenon it is supposed to address ?

Indonesian farmer

The people behind

Great initiatives, start with great hearts
Mr Che Fu

Che Fu

Founder & President

A visionary economic planner, Mr Che Fu has grown a top notch reputation in the private and public sector in China. His reputation and experience spans over other the 4 continents.

Yves Bertrand

Yves Bertrand

Secretary General

Mr Yves is a Swiss experienced manager who has led various multinationals in their Swiss and European expansion projects. He is leading the Geneva office and team.

Mr Marc Deschenaux

Marc Deschenaux

Financial Advisor

Marc is a world leading figure in international finance. He has enabled over 50 successful IPOs for companies from different sectors such as media, high technologies, intellectual property or real estate.

How it started

Confucius, 501 BC

« Knowing virtue without cultivating it, accumulating knowledge without deepening it, hearing about the righteous without practicing it, seeing one’s own faults without remedying them, that is what worries me. »

Based on Confucius philosophy, WPEO aims at creating peace through the worldwide economic development. A the heart of the strategy, the Silk Road, the ancient trade route between China and the West during the days of the Roman Empire. China aims at reopening channels between China and its neighbors such as Central Asia, the Middle East and Europe. It includes both land routes and maritime routes with the goal of improving trade relationships in the region primarily through infrastructure investments, solidarity and peace.