Daniel Neale provides specialist training and implementation support for GFTrade, a proprietary risk assessment application designed to detect international trade transactions showing an indication of trade misinvoicing. The system enables users to quickly determine whether goods being imported or exported are priced outside average price ranges for comparable commodities from 43 trading countries. Mr. Neale is based in Global Financial Integrity’s (GFI) London office.
Prior to joining GFI, Mr. Neale worked at a business intelligence and financial crime advisory firm based in London, where he led the work in Latin America, Southern Europe, and Sub-Saharan Africa. Mr Neale has worked on multiple cases with financial services, ranging from enhanced due diligence on high risk customers and third parties; integrity due diligence on critical acquisitions and investments; and complex investigations from source-based intelligence in high risk jurisdictions.
Mr. Neale received a Master of Science in International Relations from the University of Amsterdam and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science from the University of Leeds.