You’ll no doubt have heard a fair bit by now about the Pandora Papers, the latest leak of documents describing the financial shenanigans of the global elite, obtained and released by the International Consortium of International Journalists. From tax avoidance to money-laundering to corruption — it’s all in there.And here at FT Alphaville there is nothing that we love to hate more than financial shenanigans. So we thought we’d use our weekly Twitter Spaces session, which is on Friday at 4pm London time (11am EST) to look at what exactly this Pandora’s box does — and doesn’t — contain. Joining us will be Tom Keatinge, director of the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies at the Royal United Services Institute, a London-based defence and security think tank. As he set out in
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