Jeffrey Robinson is the bestselling author of several books and has been hailed as ‘the world’s most important financial crime journalist.’ Formerly co-host of SkyNews Debate, Jeffrey’s signature New York humour and unparalleled insight into the underground world of organised crime makes him an excellent after-dinner. Writing and speaking about fraud, illegitimate money, Donald Trump and Bitcoin, Jeffrey is a very current and influential speaker.
Winner of the coveted Benedictine Award for after dinner speaking, Jeffrey Robinson is the American born, international best-selling author of several books, and a recognised expert and excellent conference speaker on organised crime and money laundering.
A native New Yorker who lived in Europe for 35 years, Jeffrey Robinson is perhaps best known for his 1995 investigative expose, The Laundrymen, in which he uncovered the true extent of global money laundering. Reaching headlines in 14 countries across the world, this book cemented Jeffrey’s name as one of literature’s greats. Continuing to write books on the shocking world of underground crime, terrorism and dirty money, Jefferey has been hailed as one of the world’s most important finaincial crime journalists.
A veteran of the US Air Force during the Vietnam War, Robinson took up residence in France after completing his service. He then travelled around the world, writing articles and short stories for leading North American and British periodicals. With more than 600 published stories and articles to his credit, Robinson moved to the UK in 1982 to concentrate on writing.
Between 1986-1994, he published three major best-selling biographies.
Stepping out of the fiction and biography realm, Jeffrey has published a non-fiction title on Bitcon and the technology of the whole operation. He frequently appears on television both in the UK and the Atlantic speaking about his works. A popular after-dinner speaker, Jeffrey can share insights into the underground crime world, security and financial risk.