Bill Browder

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(financier, businessman, spook?)
BornWilliam Felix Browder
April 23, 1964
Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.
Parents • Eva Tislowitz
• Felix Browder
ChildrenJoshua Browder
Relatives • Earl Browder
• Raissa Berkman
Founder ofHermitage Capital Management
Member ofIntegrity Initiative/Cluster/UK/Inner Core, WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/2001, WEF/Young Global Leaders/2005
Interests • Russia
• Vladimir Putin
• Money
• Magnitsky act
Interest ofMartin Armstrong, Andrei Nekrasov
CEO and co-founder of Hermitage Capital Management

William Felix Browder is an American-born British financier and political activist.[1] Prior to 2005, Browder, through Hermitage Capital Management, co-founded by Edmond Safra, was at one point the largest foreign investor in Russia. He was barred from entering Russia in 2005, [2] and has actively worked for regime change since then.

The 2015 deposition of William F. Browder,[3] which he was subpoenaed to by lawyers representing Russian businessmen whose assets were restricted by the Magnitsky Act. Seven hours of "I don't know", "I don't remember" (but) "I trust my team to put together valid information".[4][5]
In January 2019, RT put Bill Browder as #9 on their 2018 list of Russophobes, commenting "Back when he was making cash, Browder was extremely friendly to anyone who spoke Russian and had a ruble to invest. Since being accused of tax fraud in Russia, he has rebranded himself as “Putin's number-one enemy."[6]


Browder started his career in the Eastern European practice of the Boston Consulting Group in London[7], then worked as the investment manager for crook and Israeli spy Robert Maxwell, in 1991, shortly before Maxwell’s untimely death. After that, he managed the Russian proprietary investments desk at Salomon Brothers.[8] Using startup seed money given him by Republic Bank of New York owner Edmond Safra, Browder’s started Hermitage Capital Management in Moscow. Safra also died mysteriously in a fire at his home.[9]

Activities in Russia

Full article: Hermitage Capital Management

“But we are sitting here in an audience of international investors. Everyone sitting here watching all of this and wondering, is Russia a good place or a bad place to invest? And Mr Ryzhkov, I believe you when you say there's freedom of the press. Because I used the press in all sorts of corporate governance fights, attacking all sorts of people, including government officials and there's never been any recourse coming back to me. And I also believe that Russia has a democratic process that is not going to go away.”
Bill Browder (January 28, 2005)  [10]


Event Participated in

WEF/Annual Meeting/202021 January 202024 January 2020World Economic Forum
This mega-summit of the world's ruling class and their political and media appendages happens every year, but 2020 was special, as the continuous corporate media coverage of COVID-19 started more or less from one day to the next on 20/21. January, coinciding with the start of the meeting.


Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Programme for the visit of the Lithuanian MOD Stratcom teamspeaking notesJune 2018Dan KaszetaA range of seminars in connection with a Lithuanian delegation to Institute of Statecraft, including with Bill Browder's Hermitage
Document:The Magnitsky Myth Explodedblog post16 September 2019Craig MurrayCraig Murray: I am offering a bottle of Lagavulin to anybody who can find me an honest and fair MSM report of this judgement reflecting that the whole story was built on lies.
File:Death of Sergey Magnitskey-Firestone Duncan.pdfDocumentSergei MagnitskyDeath notification about the demise of Sergei Magnitsky by Firestone Duncan which spells his name incorrectly.