Fraud and financial crime

Prevent and respond to fraud and financial crime

What is the price of fraud?

One in three organizations reports being hit by economic crime.1 And all too often, fraud is discovered too late. In some cases, its damage is irreversible. That’s because fraud does more than impact the bottom line. The damage to your reputation, shareholder trust and employee morale—not to mention the costs of enforcement and litigation—can be significant and lasting.

Compliance programs, internal controls and traditional risk management are essential, but they can be circumvented, and can’t be relied on to prevent fraud. What’s needed is a sophisticated, flexible approach that reflects your culture, needs and issues.

1: Source: PwC’s 18th Annual Global CEO Survey, 2015.

Prevent. Respond. Remediate.

Ideally, you need to combat internal and external fraud before it can manifest. But if an incident or allegation has already come to light—a whistleblower claim, asset misappropriation, suspicious transaction, enforcement notice or any of a host of other irregularities—you must pursue the facts with speed and precision, respond appropriately and remediate effectively.

From the boardroom to the courtroom, we’re on your side. Our network of anti-fraud professionals includes CPAs, forensic accountants, lawyers, certified fraud examiners, former regulatory and law enforcement officials, economists, and computer forensic and corporate intelligence specialists. PwC’s Financial Crimes Unit offers technology, regulatory and investigative experience to combat increasingly complex financial threats. We work collaboratively with you to meet your anti-fraud challenges through:


Contact us

Mark Gerber

Partner, PwC US

Tel: +1 (267) 330 1888

Sean Joyce

Cybersecurity and Privacy Leader, PwC US

Tel: +1 (703) 918 3528

Kristin Rivera

Partner, Global Forensics Leader, PwC US

Tel: +1 (415) 302 3428

Todd Ranta

Partner, PwC US

Tel: +1 (214) 754 4513