Oliver Bullough

Oliver Bullough

Oliver Bullough is an author and journalist from Wales, who specializes in writing about financial crime, often when it has links to the former Soviet Union. His most recent book is Moneyland, why thieves and crooks now rule the world and how to take it back, and he is currently trying to write another one despite lockdown.

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Britain’s bid to curtail its rotten shell companies gets a weak, anemic legal remedy
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Media treat the Patagonia donation with kid gloves
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Oligarch’s’ yachts seizure pays JP Morgan, raising eyebrows
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The UK finally has a new prime minister, but will it just be business as usual for kleptocrats?
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The UK trumpets new register to rein in kleptocrats but it’s six years late and riddled with loopholes
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The UK’s anti-corruption two-step: curtailing abuse of courts while underfunding anti-kleptocracy police
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Joe Manchin torpedoes global tax on tech while money laundering sails through the House
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The eye popping enormity of global money laundering
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Putin’s Groom of the Stool may occupy the Kremlin’s number two position
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Corporations take credit for leaving Russia with dubious evidence