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Red Notice is part John Grisham-like thriller, part business and political memoir. Bill Browder is an amazing moral crusader, and his book is a must-read for anyone who seeks to understand Russia, Putin, or the challenges of doing business in the world today. It is also a moving account of a man who found his calling, and ended up winning in the end. It's exciting to read about Browder's roller-coaster ride to wealth in Russia, and to learn how his compassion for Sergei Magnitsky, his murdered lawyer, inspired his memorable struggle against the venal apparatchiks of a corrupt state. This is the gripping--and absolutely true--story behind the Magnitsky Law, a signal advance in human rights. This book shows the difference that one person can make when they refuse to back down, as told by a fellow soldier in the battle to hold Putin to account. The result is an alternately harrowing and inspiring saga of appalling crime and undeserved punishment in the Wild East. The high stakes make for a zesty tale. Begins as a bildungsroman and ends as Greek tragedy…. Perhaps not, but they do have inspiring ones. His autobiography is bracing, direct and honest, with only a little less swearing than you encounter in person.

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Browder was suddenly a financial superstar. But once again, he felt it was time to move on.

Based on his already stellar reputation, Browder founded an investment company in Russia called Hermitage Capital. He attracted big investors, including Edmond Safra and Beny Steinmetz, to help start a fund for investing in Russian companies.

He moved to Moscow, where his winning streak continued. With its huge oil reserves comparable to other Western oil giants yet low production costs, Sidanco was a profitable investment. But things were about to change. Browder was on a crash course with one of the most important business leaders in Russia. By the summer of , Browder was riding high.

Hermitage Capital was a success, having grown some 65 percent since its founding. But things were about to come crashing down. Sidanco, the Siberian oil company in which Browder had invested heavily, was controlled by Russian billionaire and business oligarch Vladimir Potanin.

In early , the company announced that it would triple the total number of company shares and sell them at a price 95 percent lower than the going market rate.

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What did this mean? Browder decided to fight back. He brought the story to the media, reaching out to newspapers and launching a legal investigation backed by the Russian Federal Securities and Exchange Commission.

A move this bold was unprecedented, as few Russians would dare to confront publicly someone as powerful as Potanin.

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People who crossed oligarchs often met with unsavory ends. Potanin eventually reversed his decision to issue Sidanco shares. Thus, Browder won his battle, and he continued to do well with his investments in the oil giant. Browder had hoped that Russia could avoid contamination, but he was wrong.

Despite his losses, Browder stayed on in Moscow.

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He was determined to recover his investments for his clients, no matter what. Browder soon discovered that many of these men were stealing from companies in which he was investing. Browder had invested in Gazprom, a large Russian natural gas company. This firm managed an enormous gas field called Tarko Saley. Again, Browder made the details of his discovery public.

He also brought to light the rampant corruption he uncovered in other companies that were part of his investment portfolio.

As he shared his findings with international media outlets, he also pointed fingers at other corrupt Russian oligarchs.

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This is the gripping--and absolutely true--story behind the Magnitsky Law, a signal advance in human rights. The Struggle For Global Justice. This book shows the difference that one person can make when they refuse to back down, as told by a fellow soldier in the battle to hold Putin to account. The result is an alternately harrowing and inspiring saga of appalling crime and undeserved punishment in the Wild East.

The high stakes make for a zesty tale.

Begins as a bildungsroman and ends as Greek tragedy…. Perhaps not, but they do have inspiring ones. His autobiography is bracing, direct and honest, with only a little less swearing than you encounter in person. It is both a political thriller and an argument for morality in foreign policy that he could never have expected to make when he began his roaring career in finance. It is fascinating to follow him as he navigates the kleptocratic Russian economy.

Most of the story is about finance, revolving around things like valuation anomalies and share dilutions, and all of it comes surprisingly alive. An unusually affecting book What Browder says he intends to do now is to 'carry on creating a legacy for Sergei [Magnitsky] and pursuing justice for his family. But just as Browder really is a hedge fund manager turned human rights activist, so this story of courage combined with a dash of obsessiveness is about the real here and now.

He reminds us that heroism sometimes lies in unlikely places. Browder deserves our respect. A fascinating report that reads more like a mystery thriller.

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