The Mega Files

Nicholas Leonard is a retired financial journalist who worked on various publications, including the Investors Chronicle and the Financial Times.

Helen Cochrane is a professional artist and illustrator, based in Scotland:

The cartoons are a joint collaboration between Nicholas and Helen and began appearing in FTfm in June 2017.

The Mega Files: Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt say they will open the spending taps

The Mega Files: Facebook and its Libra cryptocurrency

The Mega Files: one step beyond for this summer’s IPOs

Backlash after Woodford gates its Equity Income fund

The increasing use of algorithms and artificial intelligence in finance

Row over Unilever’s planned move to Netherlands

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