Global Economic Crime 2014 Survey

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Sam Kok Weng   Tel: +65 6236 3268
Chan Kheng Tek   Tel: +65 6236 3628
Jimmy Sng   Tel: +65 6236 3808

Although Singapore based companies are reporting lower incidences of fraud relative to the global average, we cannot be complacent as the battle against white collar crime is an ongoing one, and an increasingly borderless one – businesses need to continually assess the mechanisms they have in place for dealing with these risks, and consider if their current strategies are adequate in view of the increasing threats.

The Singapore edition of our 2014 Global Economic Crime survey turns the spotlight to the types of economic crime most commonly experienced in Singapore, together with the biggest perceived impacts on organisations. The report also provides practical guidance on how companies can manage these risks.

More information on the global survey and the survey report is available here.



Global economic crime survey infographics