BEARR Trust summer lecture 2021
“The Londongrad Laundromat and its consequences”, with journalist and ‘Moneyland’ author, Oliver Bullough
We are delighted that award-winning journalist and author of Sunday Times Bestseller ‘Moneyland’, Oliver Bullough, gave this year’s Summer Lecture, “The Londongrad Laundromat and its consequences” on Wednesday 12 May via Zoom. Financial Times contributing editor John Lloyd chaired the event.
It was a fascinating talk followed by an interesting Q&A. In case you missed it, the recording is now available here. We will also shortly be adding a report of the talk to this page.
BEARR’s lectures are the organisation’s main fundraising events. We therefore asked guests for a suggested donation of £10 per person, or £5 for full-time students and unwaged persons. We are most grateful to all those who felt able to make a donation. This money will go towards BEARR’s 2021 Small Grants Scheme, funding civil society organisations supporting vulnerable groups living in social isolation in Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia.
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About the Speaker
Oliver Bullough is a prize-winning journalist and author from Wales, who writes for The Guardian, the New York Times, GQ magazine and various other publications about financial crime, often with a former Soviet aspect. His most recent book was the Sunday Times Bestseller “Moneyland, why thieves and crooks now rule the world and how to take it back”.