Industry Supplements

What’s the economic crime picture in your industry?

According to PwC’s survey, automotive companies face a threat from within and may need to get tougher on insider crime.
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Our Global Economic Crime Survey shows that cybercrime, risks from operating in high corruption markets are key concerns for the chemicals sector.
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Bribery and corruption, procurement fraud are top issues for energy, utilities & mining companies in our Global Economic Crime Survey 2014.
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Our Global Economic Crime Survey shows construction companies face higher levels of bribery and corruption than any other industry sector.
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Explore the current trends in economic crime and find out more about the key threats to the Financial Services sector.
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Our Global Economic Crime Survey shows economic crime up sharply for the manufacturing sector, with procurement fraud a sore spot.
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Bribery and corruption stands out as a big issue for pharmaceuticals and life sciences companies in our Global Economic Crime Survey 2014.
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Retail and consumer goods companies are experiencing greater levels of economic crime. Nearly half of respondents say their company has experienced this type of event in the last two years. By far the most commonly reported type of economic crime for the sector is asset misappropriation, while other common types of fraud included bribery and corruption, accounting fraud and cybercrime.
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Our Global Economic Crime Survey shows procurement fraud is a particular problem for the transportation & logistics sector, which has the highest rate of internal perpetrators of any industry.
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