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Robert Landori

Special Guest


Born in Hungary, Robert Landori was for most of his professional life, a senior Public Accountant, Mergers & Acquisitions specialist, and also a Trustee in Bankruptcy in the Cayman Islands. But behind the facade of the quiet man of numbers lay a life of intrigue and mystery. He traveled widely throughout South America and the Caribbean, where he came into contact with international financiers, notorious con men, well-known artists and entertainers… and members of several countries’ intelligence communities.

Robert Landori also developed a highly charged and double-edged relationship with Castro’s Cuba, and was, at one time, held in solitary confinement there for over two months on false accusations of espionage. He was eventually freed, and is now a security consultant, lecturer on Money Laundering and Terrorism, and writer of international intrigue and espionage thrillers.



Past Shows:

Offshore Banks & Money Laundering

Former Cayman Islands banking insider Robert Landori joined Ian Punnett for a discussion on the mega-trillion-dollar world of offshore banking and money laundering as well as the movers, shakers, con-men, and criminals who inhabit it. He explained that the popularity of off-shore banking is twofold: the accounts are secret, thus protecting them from oversight, and, as such, the account holder... More »

Host: Ian Punnett