GI-ACE researcher Daniel Haberly’s first project workshop, “Dark Architectures: Advancing Research on Global Wealth Chains,” provided an opportunity to present in detail on the preliminary version of the historical financial secrecy database compiled over the past several months, including a preliminary overview of how the world map (in 61 jurisdictions) of secrecy-related regulation evolved between the years of 2000-2015.
Daniel Haberly is a senior lecturer at the University of Sussex. His research and teaching interests cover topics related to economic and financial geography, development, and the organization of global financial networks, with a focus on offshore finance and sovereign wealth fund investment. Valentina Gullo iis a research fellow at the University of Sussex. Her research interests cover topics related to geography of finance, money laundering and criminal economics, with a focus on the analysis of dirty money flows and offshore finance.
Researcher Dan Haberly discusses GI-ACE project attempting to understand how years of specific offshore financial secrecy regulatory reform either have, or possibly have not, impacted the use and shape of illicit financial architectures.