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PwC's Financial Crimes Unit

Move with confidence leveraging a better, smarter and nimbler approach

Mitigating financial crime risks

Preventing and detecting financial crime is rapidly becoming one of the greatest challenges for financial institutions – impacting not just monetary losses, but reputation, brand, culture, relationships, and regulatory censure. Our integrated approach to mitigating financial crime risks doesn’t just protect your organization, but also unlocks the confidence required to keep boldly moving it forward.

Our Financial Crimes Unit brings together the full breadth of PwC’s technology, regulatory, and investigative experience with the work of over 2,000 global financial crimes professionals in cybersecurity, anti-money laundering, sanctions, fraud, and anti-bribery/anti-corruption to create an adaptive, comprehensive approach that reflects that of major financial institutions and government agencies. With systems secure, technology future-proof, and operations compliant, you’ll find a path forward where all else are hindered by obstacles.

Become a digital crime fighter

Prevent and detect financial crime through enterprise risk assessments, automated bots, intelligence models and customer insight apps.

Risk Proof, a DCF Product

Consolidate the disparate parts of an assessment into one place - making the process visual, interactive, trackable and actionable from set-up through analysis.

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Vikas Agarwal

Financial Crimes Unit Leader, PwC US

Vasilios Chrisos

Financial Crimes Unit Regulatory and AML Leader, PwC US

Devesh Desai

Financial Crimes Unit Operations Leader, PwC US

Nirupama Suryanarayanan

Financial Crimes Unit Technology and Analytics Leader, PwC US

Graham O'Connell

Financial Crimes Unit Anti-Bribery and Corruption Leader, PwC US

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