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Forensics Services

Protect your business value. Emerge stronger

A crisis can shake a business to the core. It could be a corruption scandal that spreads across an entire nation, a data breach that shakes customer confidence, a dispute with a business partner threatening to erode value, or widespread fraud that has recently been unearthed. Each client faces a different challenge and with the business landscape becoming more complex than ever before, we help you prepare, respond and emerge stronger in the face of a crisis.
 

How PwC can help

Forensic Investigation

  • Fraud investigations
  • Fact finding
  • Damages or loss quantifications
  • Disputes and claims resolution
  • Pre- and post-merger and acquisition fraud
    assessment
  • Recommending and/or implementing
    effective remedial action to prevent future
    problem
  • Fraud risk assessment
  • Fraud awareness training
  • Design and implementation of “whistleblowers
    hotline”
  • Counterparty due diligence
  • Accounting fraud 
  • Procurement fraud investigations
     

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Financial Crime Solution

  • Anti-Money Laundering (“AML”) and Counter-Terrorist Financing vulnerability assessments
  • Know Your Customer (“KYC”) implementation and monitoring solutions
  • Transactions Monitoring
  • Remediation Centers
  • Regulatory Compliance review
     

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Forensic Technology Solutions

  • Securing electronic evidence
  • Electronic discovery (“E-Discovery) services
  • Cyber crime investigations
  • Intellectual property risk management
  • Licensing management services
  • Data recovery services
  • Data analytics
     

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PwC’s 2020 Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey

Fighting fraud: A never-ending battle

PwC’s 2020 Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey finds fraud and economic crime rates remain at record highs, impacting companies in more ways than ever. PwC’s bi-annual survey of business crime reports that fraud committed by customers tops the list of all crimes experienced (at 35%), up from 29% in 2018. Businesses report that customer fraud and cybercrime are the most disruptive of all the crimes. The Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey examines over 5000 responses from 99 countries. It reports on the overall insights from companies who have experienced on average six incidents over the last two years. The report provides insights into the threat, cost of fraud and what companies need to do to develop stronger proactive responses.

The report highlights the importance of prevention and how investing in the right skillset and technology can create an advantage.  Nearly half of organisations responded to crime by implementing and enhancing controls, with 60% saying their organisations were better for it.  

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Contact us

Chairil  Tarunajaya

Chairil Tarunajaya

Partner, PwC Indonesia

Tel: +62 21 509 92901

Paul  van der Aa

Paul van der Aa

Advisor, PwC Indonesia

Tel: +62 21 509 92901

Marco Sebastian

Marco Sebastian

Senior Manager, PwC Indonesia

Tel: +62 21 509 92901

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