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PwC’s Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey 2022 (Southeast Asia key highlights)

Preventing fraud and other economic crimes is a complex challenge, complicated even further by today’s volatile risk landscape. As organisations act quickly to navigate change, bad actors look to exploit the potentially widening cracks in fraud defenses. 

Are sufficient controls in place for the myriad new digital technologies being deployed? Have organisations installed the appropriate policies and incentives as they emerge from the pandemic into an uncertain economy? What, exactly, is the fraud risk that companies face today?

The 2022 Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey (GECS) sheds light on this, exploring the views of 242 respondents in Southeast Asia (SEA), in relation to issues of the day over the last 24 months, including emerging issues such as supply chain risk and ESG.

Note: Southeast Asia respondents include those from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam


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