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Victor Bogachev, son of Nikolay Bogachev, Russian Oligarch

Victor Bogachev and Dave Moss first met each other in 2010 at the White House’s first ever convening of young philanthropists. Victor is a Russian whose father was forced to sell his company to GazProm (the state controlled energy giant) for a fraction of it’s worth.

For this episode, Dave joins Victor in his hip Boston office to chat about international politics, the potential of the next generation, and philanthropy in Russia (spoiler alert: there isn’t much). If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be the son of a Russian Oligarch this is the podcast episode for you.

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