The 2014 Global Economic Crime Survey is one of the broadest and most comprehensive surveys we have ever conducted on this subject.
The Malaysian cut of the report reveals that economic crime stubbornly persists and even so, Malaysian businesses appear to be underestimating its severity. It highlights the high risk areas under attack within the business and what companies can do to detect and mitigate these risks.
This year, three new categories of economic crime were introduced - procurement fraud, mortgage fraud and human resources fraud - some of which have the potential to impact Malaysian business significantly.
110 respondents from across the senior management contributed their insights, including 25% at the C-Suite level.