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Fink Club: Where did our money go and what can we do about it? EC2A

Location: UK » London » EC

When: Monday 4 April 2011, 7:00pm


Where: The Human Rights Action Centre, 17-25 New Inn Yard London EC2A 3EA , London EC2A 3EA

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When the global economy came to the point of collapse we made billions available to prop up the failing banks. Three years on, massive private sector failure has been recast as a weakness of the public sector. As the cuts begin to bite, we ask how did it come to this, and what should be done? Why are banks that we bailed out allowed to award themselves billions in bonuses? Where did our money go? Who let the banks get away with it? Why? And, what could be done to put it right?

In the Fink Club ring:

Tony Greenham, Head of Finance and Business, nef
David Hillman, Robin Hood Tax campaign
Richard Murphy, Tax Research LLP
Chaired by Andrew Simms, nef fellow and author of Ecological Debt

Brought to you by the Robin Hood Tax Campaign and the campaign to take back our banks at nef (the new economics foundation).

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