When:
Thursday, Mar 25, 2021 6:00p -
7:30p

Where:
Online via the Boston Public Library
700 Boylston St
Boston, MA 02116

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Admission:
FREE

Categories:
Business, Lectures & Conferences, Virtual & Streaming

Event website:
https://bpl.bibliocommons.com/events/5feb55105b24473a006b48d3

The Boston Public Library welcomes distinguished political-financial expert, journalist, and author Nomi Prins for an online conversation moderated by BPL President David Leonard. This program, presented in partnership with the Kirstein Business Library and Innovation Center and the GBH Forum Network and sponsored by the Friends of Kirstein, is part of the BPL's Repairing America Series.

People who are interested in attending are kindly asked to register at the following link: https://wgbh.zoom.us/webinar/register/4016158315071/WN_c-90OwwyQCGTUzuH9n76ow.

As this coming autumn coincides with the tenth anniversary of the financial crisis, Prins is very much in demand. Her senior-level international banking, advisory, and speaking experience, coupled with her multiple books on the topics, have all been very well-received by the international academic and professional community. Her books deal with the historical developments and underpinnings of international finance, economics and geo-politics, and where the three intersect. Her new book Collusion: How Central Bankers Rigged the World explores critical themes and events from the global financial crisis. It also provides prescriptive guidance with which to understand and navigate current global financial complexities and dynamics.

Nomi Prins is an independent journalist, author of seven books, and an engaging, captivating, and extremely knowledgeable speaker. Prins is widely sought-after for her unique perspective that crosses the divide between politics, finance, and the economy. She is the author of the recent book, Collusion: How Central Bankers Rigged the World, which was selected as a Best Business and Leadership Book of 2018 by Amazon. Her last book All the Presidents’ Bankers explored the relationships between presidents and bankers over the past century and the impact on domestic and foreign policy. Her other acclaimed books include: It Takes a Pillage, Other People’s Money—which predicted the current financial crisis and was chosen as a Best Book of 2004 by The Economist, Barron's, and The Library Journal—Jacked, and Black Tuesday, a historical novel about the 1929 crash.

To purchase copies of this book from Trident Booksellers & Cafe, one of the our community bookstore partners, please visit their website via the following link: https://www.tridentbookscafe.com/event/bpl-event-nomi-prins-%E2%80%94-central-bank-collusion-financial-crisis-decade-later. Use the code BPLSHIP for free media mail delivery!

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25/03/2021 18:00:00 25/03/2021 19:30:00 15 Nomi Prins — Central Bank Collusion & the Financial Crisis: A Decade Later The Boston Public Library welcomes distinguished political-financial expert, journalist, and author Nomi Prins for an online conversation moderated by BPL President David Leonard. This program, pre... Online via the Boston Public Library, Boston, MA 02116 Organizer Organizer e-mail false DD/MM/YYYY Reddit