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By Marian Wilkinson and Ali Russell

It’s the shadowy world of secret international finance and tax avoidance.

“What we’re looking at here is really a parallel universe.”

This ABC Four Corners investigation will reveal how the rich and powerful exploit the system.

“What this really says is a lot about the system itself and how broke the system is and how crazy the whole thing is.”

Four Corners’ reporter Marian Wilkinson follows the money trail and it’s worth trillions of dollars.

“I was on their immigration stop list. But we’ve gotten in.”

— Marian Wilkinson, reporter

Confidential documents from the notorious Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca was made public on Sunday, exposing a vast web of offshore shell companies used by members of the global elite to evade taxes, hoard money, and skirt economic sanctions.

The Panama Papers: Secrets of the super rich, reported by Marian Wilkinson and presented by Sarah Ferguson, goes to air on tonight, April 4, at 8.30pm EST.

It is replayed tomorrow, April 5, at 10.00am and Wednesday 6th at 11pm. It can also be seen on ABC News 24 on Saturday at 8.00pm, ABC iview and at