Global economic crime survey
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Global Economic Crime Survey 2011
Global Economic Crime Survey conducted by PwC is the most comprehensive survey of economic crime available to businesses.
The aim of this survey is to assess corporate attitudes to fraud in the current economic environment, what types of fraud are most common, and what steps are organizations taking to detect and prevent fraud.
Download the survey report for Slovakia from November 2011.
Global Economic Crime Survey 2009
Download the survey report for Slovakia from November 2009.
- In the last 12 months, 30% of all companies contacted were victims of economic crime. Slovakia is no exception.
- A total of 42% of Slovak companies have adopted stricter procedures for examining their business partners.
- Losses suffered due to economic crime are growing in Slovakia as well.
- Companies are most vulnerable from the inside – the number of perpetrators coming from middle and top management is increasing.
Global Economic Crime Survey 2007
Download the survey report for Slovakia from October 2007.
- 32% of companies in Slovakia reported suffering one or more economic crimes in the past two years.
- Nearly 30% of all companies believe that corruption and bribery is the most prevalent type of economic crime in Slovakia.
- 22% of companies in Slovakia have been put into a position where they felt they were being asked to pay bribe in the last two years.
- 50% of the surveyed companies indicated that they had suffered collateral damage. The most serious collateral damage types cited included decline of working morale and damage to company reputation.