Oct 06 2011

I will be speaking in Jersey, Bergen and Helsinki next week

Posted by: Nick Shaxson in: Thoughts

I’m going to be making some presentations next week in three different places. These timings are a bit provisional still; I will update this if they change. Had a couple of TV interview requests; if there are any others, please contact the organisers to agree how to proceed.

JERSEY

Date: Friday, October 14th
12.30 – 2pm
Book signing at Waterstone’s, 16 Queen Street. St. Helier Phone no. 01534 -510051 (see below for detail)

7pm – 9pm Public Meeting and book signing in the Old Magistrate’s Court, St. Helier (just behind the Town Hall). Also attended by TJN’s John Christensen.

9.15 p.m. Buffet supper for about 20 interested people in the upper room of the Post Horn pub.

Contact clubley42 (at) hotmail.com for further details.


BERGEN

Date: 17 October 2011, 10:00-16:15
Venue:
Bergen Resource Centre for International Development, Jekteviksbakken 31
Hosts:
Jointly organised by Chr. Michelsen Institute, International Centre for Tax and Development and Tax Justice Network Norway

Free entrance, but for practical purposes please register at peter.ringstad (at) gmail.com

Speakers:

Nicholas Shaxson, Author of the book ‘Treasure Islands: Tax havens and the men who stole the world’
Alex Cobham, Chief Policy Advisor, Christian Aid
Alessandra Fontana, Programme Coordinator, U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre
Leif Drillestad, Lawyer and Auditor, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Ragnhild Balsvik, Assistant Professor, Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration
Sissel Jensen, Assistant Professor, Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration Representative from the Foreign Ministry of Norway

HELSINKI

Time:
Tuesday 18.10. at 12.30-14:00
Place: Restaurant Glass Palace, Helsinki Cabinet (2nd row)
Registration:  at the latest by 17.10. at 16 o’clock via e-mail: mika.ronkko (at) intokustannus.fi

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