Author, Journalist & Speaker

Nomi Prins is a renowned journalist, author and speaker. Her most recent book, more

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A Decade Of G7 Central Bank Collusion - And Counting...
Since late 2007, the Federal Reserve has embarked on grand-scale collusion with other G-7 central banks to manufacture a massive amount of money.
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Global Monetary Policy, Big Banks & Geo-Politics In The Trump Era
Even with the level of risk, we are seeing around corporate defaults today, central banks continue to buy assets, to the tune of $200 billion per month. Will this pace slow in the future?
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Political-Financial Road Map For 2017
The state of economies, citizens and governments remains more precarious than ever. Major areas on the upcoming docket include – central bank desperation, corporate defaults and related job losses, economic impact of political isolationism.
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The Central Bank Power Shift From West To East, Game Of Thrones Style
The Fed behaves as if it has no idea there are other powerful central banks that want to grab and harness its power.
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Brazilian Politics, Players, Panama And Perpetual Motion
There is no simplifying Brazil’s political or economic situation. Anyone "certain" about the outcome is sure to get smacked in its crossfires sooner or later.
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Think Brazil’s Scandals Have Nothing To Do With US Banks? Guess Again
This weekend, millions of Brazilians took to major city streets (again) to protest the hydra of corruption gushing from Petrobras, Brazil’s largest oil company and the government amidst deepening economic recession.
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Work Experience

Author, Journalist and Senior Fellow
Demos
July 2002 - Present (15 years 7 months)
Demos Group: a global leader in learning and development Since 1972, Demos Group has grown to become a preferred partner of local and international companies, as well as International Institutions.
Managing Director
Goldman Sachs
March 2000 - April 2002 (2 years 2 months)
At Goldman Sachs, we believe progress is everyone’s business. That’s why we commit our people, capital and ideas to help our clients, shareholders and the communities we serve to grow.
Associate/Managing/Senior Managing Director
Bear, Stearns
February 1993 - February 2000 (7 years 2 months)

Education

New York University - Leonard N. Stern School of Business
MS
Statistics and Operations Research

Publications

All the Presidents' Bankers
Nomi Prins
Nation Books
04/08/2014
Based on original archival presidential correspondence, All the Presidents' Bankers: The Hidden Alliances that Drive American Power exposes a century of secret relationships and interdependence between America's past 19 presidents (from Teddy Roosevelt to Barack Obama) and key bankers (from J.P. Morgan to Jamie Dimon.) It explores the shocking ways in which the same people, through blood, mentorship and other symbiotic collaborations impacted American domestic and foreign policy, and shaped the nation's status as a super-power. The book spans the establishment of the Federal Reserve, two world wars, the Cold War, Vietnam, Iran hostage crisis, and all the international economic crises from the Panic of 1907 through today. It divulges the historical alignment of the White House and Wall Street, and presents a haunting examination of America's geneology of power.
It Takes A Pillage: Epic Tale of Power, Deceit & Untold Trillions
Nomi Prins
SWN Books; Reprint edition (February 23, 2012)
02/23/2013
A Notable Economic Book of 2009 : CSPAN "Having been at Goldman Sachs, Nomi Prins knows how to read spreadsheets, knows the people, and knows Wall Street's games. Nomi knows and now Nomi tells." Jim Hightower, Author, Swim Against the Current "In compelling, scathing prose, Nomi Prins shows how the key players escaped being brought to account, and kept their pet officials in power." John Dizard, The Financial Times
Black Tuesday
Nomi Prins
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
09/13/2011
In this vivid tableau of the 1929 Stock Market Crash, historical novel Black Tuesday captures the drama, romance and desperation of a distant past that mirrors the present, traversing the beleaguered immigrant community of the Lower East Side to the feral pit of Wall Street and the alluring glitter of Park Avenue. Black Tuesday is an epic saga that probes the terrible consequences of deception, greed and power through the eyes of a young immigrant woman, Leila Kahn, at the crossroads of her destiny.
The Trail
Nomi Prins
BookSurge Publishing
01/29/2008
A financial thriller by Natalia Prentice (nome de plume) The Trail follows a young financial journalist who leaves Wall Street only to discover a mysterious document hidden deep within a secret Washington, D.C. network. As the body count escalates, she is trapped in a sinister world of off-shore embezzlement and on-shore power plays, where everyone is suspect, and death, dollars and danger fluctuate faster than the Dow. Chosen as a Forbes CEO Book Club Pick 2008
Jacked: How "Conservatives" Are Picking Your Pocket
Nomi Prins
Polipoint Press
09/01/2006
"The real message here is that America is indeed a great country whose major malady is bad leadership." Howard Dean, chairman, Democratic National Committee As an insider--including stints as managing director at Goldman Sachs and Bear Stearns--Nomi Prins can speak with authority about the Bush administration's financial chicanery.
Other People's Money: The Corporate Mugging of America
Nomi Prins
New Press, The
08/01/2006
The current global financial crisis has deep roots. Other People's Money laid them out in specific detail and called it right - eight years ago!.... Exceedingly well documented, this fascinating tale breaks down the interconnected relationships among corporations, Wall Street, and government regulators. Best Business Books 2004, The Library Journal Nomi Prins details the pernicious effects of a failure properly to manage the conflicts of interest at the heart of the financial system...provides the most revealing description yet of what it is like to work for the mighty Goldman Sachs.” Books of the year 2004, The Economist