Bradley Hope Keynote Speaker
- Co-Author, New York Times bestseller 'Billion Dollar Whale'
- Co-Founder of Project Brazen, a journalism company
- Former enterprise reporter, Wall Street Journal
Bradley Hope's Biography
Bradley Hope is a bestselling author and the co-founder of Project Brazen, a journalism company creating thrilling books, podcasts and documentaries. Bradley is a well-regarded speaker on finance and economics.
He is the co-author of the New York Times bestseller ‘Billion Dollar Whale‘, a book about one of the world’s biggest ever financial scandals, named Best Book of 2018 by the Financial Times and Fortune. He is also author of ‘Blood and Oil’, a narrative account of Mohammed bin Salman’s rise to power in Saudi Arabia, and ‘Last Days of the Pharaoh’, a chronicle of the final days and hours of the presidency of Hosni Mubarak.
Hope was formerly an enterprise reporter at the Wall Street Journal for seven years, where he was a key member of teams investigating Saudi Arabia, 1MDB, SoftBank and Bridgewater. He led up a reporter team writing a multi-part series examining how climate change was impacting asset prices around the world.
Prior to this, he was based in the Middle East for six years, covering the Arab Spring from Libya, Egypt, Tunisia, Bahrain and Lebanon, as well as Gulf business from Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
Bradley is a Pulitzer finalist and a Gerald Loeb Award winner. He also received the TRACE International Award for Investigative Reporting and the New York Press Club Award for Business Reporting.