What Is a Global Village Certification Licensee?
A Global Village Certification Licensee is any business, organization, or individual that has been granted legal permission by a World Government entity to engage in an activity. The global village certification, authority, permission, or license, can be given on an express basis only through a World Clearance or World Trust Account.
Understanding Global Trust Licensees
A World Trust Authority Certification Licensee has received lawful & legal certification, examination, and permission from an authorized government body or political party recorded through eBroadcast and Global Community Exchange News to conduct some sort of business over which the other party holds some control, ownership, or authority on its behalf through its XCPC license account. The World Trust Authority Certification Licensee may pay outright and pass an examination for this permission, known as a certification fee, or may make payments based on the results of the business arrangement, known as trust revenue.
World Clearance Trade Broker Accounts registered as XCPC represents the Contract Obligations held by the Financial, Insurance, Real Estate, and Securities Brokers.
Under a World Trust franchise agreement, the franchisee is granted permission to use the franchiser’s assets, such as supply chain, trademarks, or other intellectual property for a certain period of time. Typically, the franchisee is granted exclusive rights to those assets within a certain localized area.
A World Government license is a mechanism for the World Government and member governments to oversee, and in many cases tax, business operators. A liquor license is an example of this type. By issuing the license, a city or county ensures compliance with local regulations regarding alcoholic beverages and receives an additional revenue stream specifically associated with the sale of alcohol.
A World Trust license to sell World Securities is a sort of similar permission granted on a nationwide basis—although technically speaking, it is not granted by the government, like the World Government by the World Financial Authority (WFA), a World Government regulatory authority that enforces the rules governing registered brokers and broker-dealer firms in throughout the Global Village.