Our Global Economic Crime Survey is open … have your say

22 August 2017

As a follower of our Fraud Academy blog, you may already be familiar with our Global Economic Crime Survey (“GECS”) and are also likely to have some form of responsibility for preventing bribery, corruption, fraud, or cyber security issues in your organisation.

With this in mind, we’d like to invite you to participate in the 2018 GECS. The aim of the survey is to gauge corporate attitudes towards fraud and economic crime in the current economic environment, and the effect these attitudes are having on organisations’ business ethics and compliance programmes. We also survey those types of fraud that are most common.

As in other years, your insights play a key role in establishing the extent of economic crime in businesses, and in helping you to develop the means to mitigate related risks. You can also gain insights into how your organisation's stance on economic crime and fraud compares with your peers.

Our online survey will take 15-20 minutes to complete and the survey closes on September 22, 2017, so please do participate  via the following link: https://www.pwcresearch.com/uc/GECS2018/

All responses are treated as strictly confidential. This means that all survey data will be separated from the company name and responses will be associated only with your industry, company size, and other demographic data. No references to individual companies will be made in the results or analysis of the survey data.

If you have any questions on the survey, please get in touch with Fran Marwood. For any technical difficulties experienced accessing or completing the survey, please contact GECSresearch@uk.pwc.com.

 

Fran Marwood | Partner
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