It all narrows down to money. From the leaders of the world to a common man sitting on a pavement, everyone will agree that money holds the ultimate power: the power which influences the perception of what is right and wrong. The possibility of earning money turns heads as quick as a flash of lightning and quite often it’s for all the bad reasons. So, the Economic and Financial Affairs Council also known as ECOFIN is a necessary part of United Nations to control the unethical activities primarily regarding the use of finance. This year, heated high-quality debates are likely to occur due to the extremely debatable topics of money laundering and trade protectionism where delegates are expected to come up with reasonable solutions to solve the crisis shaking the entire world. These young people are the future of the world. By exercising skills of critical thinking and public speaking; delegates are being molded into empowered global citizens of tomorrow so that they will have the ability to solve world issues later on. Furthermore, these delegates will go through a process of learning how to stand up for what they believe in, which will assist in making them more self-confident. The delegates would come up with effective solutions to eradicate money laundering and encourage them to contemplate the benefits and costs of international trade and reach a justified conclusion supporting the better alternative. The fate of the world lies in our hands.