Global Economic Crime Survey 2016

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What are the latest trends in bribery, corruption and cybercrime?

We invite you to participate in the 2016 PwC Global Economic Crime Survey. The biennial survey has been one of the premier thought leadership publications on economic crime. The aim of this survey is to assess corporate attitudes to fraud in the current economic environment, and particularly to understand how organisations are responding to incidents of cybercrime-related fraud, the prevalence of bribery/corruption and money laundering. The survey will also assess the effect of these types of fraudulent behaviours on an organisation’s business ethics and compliance programs, and identify what types of fraud are most common.

This survey is aimed for leading positions in companies as CEO, CFO, CIO, CSO, COO, Security-Manager, IT-Manager, Risk Management Manager, Internal Audit/Internal Control Manager, Compliance Specialist, Fraud Officier.

All responses will be treated as strictly confidential and the survey can be responded anonymously. The survey is open until 16 September 2015.

The results of the survey will be published in February 2016.

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Explore also the findings of The Global Economic Crime Survey 2014.