Cost Of Two Trips By Premier: $23 And $2870

February 8, 2022 | 4 Comments

A trip in July 2021 by Premier David Burt to Mexico for the Satoshi Roundtable cost $2,870 and a trip in December 2021 for the Future of Finance Summit event in the USA cost $23, according to recent listings on the Government’s travel webpage.

Future of Finance Summit In Chicago: $23

The trip duration was listed as from December 3, 2021 – December 5, 2021, and the web page listing said, “Premier was invited to speak at a Future of Finance Summit event hosted in Chicago. The invitation followed the Premier meeting African-American leaders in Blockchain at the 2021 Satoshi Roundtable. Hotel, accommodation and ground transportation were covered by the conference hosts.”

Expenses

  • Air Travel: $0.00
  • Ground Transportation: $0.00
  • Accommodation: $0.00
  • Meals: $23.48
  • Total costs: $23.48

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Satoshi Roundtable In Mexico: $2870

The trip duration was listed as from July 24, 2021 – July 28, 2021, and the web page listing said, “The Satoshi Roundtable is an invite-only event that has been running annually since 2014 to which the Premier received a personal invitation as recognition for Bermuda’s leadership in the fintech space. It attracts leading thinkers, influencers and builders in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space.

“The Premier attended this exclusive event with the then Deputy CEO of the Bermuda Monetary Authority, Craig Swan. The meetings at this event have led to additional companies moving to the application process for Digital Asset Business Licences or participation in the BMA’s Innovation Hub.”

Expenses

  • Air Travel: $1,136.60
  • Ground Transportation: $228.80
  • Accommodation: $1,324.80
  • Meals: $25.45
  • Miscellaneous: $154.61
  • Total costs: $2,870.26

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  1. terry says:

    …23 dollars… REALLY??.. if everthing else was most likely funded by the people that invited him over there…then WHY did he buy food for 23 dollars with GOVERNMENT/ TAXPAYER money? LASTLY… you gonna have to explain what this MISC was… maybe tequila? lol

    • unknown800k says:

      Thats his level of arrogance and childish behavior, worst premier ever.
      Those who doubt my comment, if you are not a friend, dr or unknown entertainer what has he or his govt done for you or Bermuda as a whole?? A line of people waiting.

  2. question says:

    The Premier accepting free trips again? From whom? What do the donors expect in return? Isn’t there a code of ethics about acceptance of valuable gifts like this?

  3. Morris Malone SR says:

    I agree with you.

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