Bill Browder (@Billbrowder )

Bill Browder

Bio CEO Hermitage Capital, Head of Global Magnitsky Justice campaign, and Author of Red Notice
Location London
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iPhone : Well done Bill Browder for campaigning for the Magnitsky law, to Parliament for introducing it, and to Dominic Raab for placing Magnitsky’s killers onto the new sanctions list. Our country should not be a playground or safe deposit box for these thugs. inews.co.uk/opinion/sancti…

iPhone : While some take dirty Russian money to lobby the interests of the Kremlin and Kremlin-connected oligarchs, Bill Browder risked his life fighting for justice against Putin’s corruption and subversion of our societies.

Bravo, and thank you, Bill! twitter.com/billbrowder/st…

iPhone : Today they just sanctioned the people who abused Sergei Magnitsky’s human rights. The next step is to sanction those involved in the corruption he exposed. That will be the second wave. And it’s coming. twitter.com/adrianblomfiel…

iPhone : The first designations of the UK’s new sanctions regime targets those involved in the torture & murder of Sergei Magnitsky. I spoke to Sergei’s wife Natalia & son Nikita along with Bill Browder this afternoon. Their courage inspires our actions today

iPhone : This was the moment ten years in the making where U.K. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab shows me the finished product of the U.K. Magnitsky Act. Hard to describe how touched and honored I was that we finally made it happen.

iPhone : For any journalists needing photos from today’s Dominic Raab meeting with the Magnitsky family, the photographer from Number 10 Downing Street is offering them in the link below free of charge and with authorisation flickr.com/photos/number1…

iPhone : Very moving moment with the British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab who sat with Sergei Magnitsky’s widow and son and recognized the sacrifice that Sergei made and told them the Magnitsky Act was in his honor

iPhone : Sitting in the U.K. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab’s office reviewing the Magnitsky list and waiting for him to meet Sergei’s widow and son to honor their sacrifice and show the UK government’s commitment to justice for Sergei

iPhone : Congratulations to Bill Browder who has tenaciously and fearlessly campaigned for sanctions and money laundering laws. The National Crime Agency estimates that £90 billion of illicit funds is laundered through the UK annually.
theguardian.com/law/2020/jul/0…

iPhone : Here’s is the James OBrien LBC radio interview this morning on the huge milestone that was passed today with the implementation of the U.K. Magnitsky Act on Sergei Magnitsky’s killers twitter.com/lbc/status/128…

iPhone : Thank you Dominic for your leadership. You started the journey to help the Magnitsky family get justice for the murder of Sergei Magnitsky 8 years ago when you were a back bench MP and you’ve now delivered as Foreign Secretary today. We are forever grateful for what you’ve done twitter.com/dominicraab/st…

Twitter for iPad : Took a while, but to his credit Dominic Raab has been on this case when higher ups of both parties wouldn’t even countenance this move.
Hope it’s a first step to rebalance foreign policy towards human rights twitter.com/Billbrowder/st…

iPhone : Great article Luke. Small correction on timing. The foreign secretary will make his statement at 2:30pm today twitter.com/lukeharding196…

iPhone : New UK sanctions regime a major step in ⁦Bill Browder⁩’s 10-year campaign for justice for Sergei Magnitsky. A powerful new tool to tackle human rights abuses & we hope, in time, the crimes of corruption that fuel such abuse. #corruption #Magnitsky bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politi…