Sidebar on this : Once upon a time the U.S. dollar was not the currency of international exchange. The Swiss franc was. Politics were not allowed to intrude upon a service based on scrupulous impartiality and confidentiality ( secrecy, to whit ), nor was there any supposed 'duty' to aid 'law enforcement' in harassment of trade. That time was not in the far past, but only a few decades ago. What has happened in the interim ? Decades of economic warfare upon North Korea, Libya, Cuba, Iran...and more. Right now Venezuela should be in the forefront of those seeking reform...and all the nations 'hosting' U.S. military deployments as a routine 'fort'. Currency imbalances have proliferated so that an hour's wage in one country bears no relation to what it might be in another - and cost of living varies with equal astronomic change.
I have no confidence in an impartial outcome when one gang of crooks and cohorts are free to defraud the world. Revision is the only possible way to minimize catastrophe. Rocks and reefs ahead.