Investors require a sharper focus on corporate governance, environmental and social factors according to our 2017 investor survey.
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Do you trust humans or machines to fight fraud?
Global Fraud Survey 2016
Reporting: Issue 11 – April 2016
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Reporting: Issue 8
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Reinforcing the commitment to ethical growth
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The global business landscape is being reshaped by transformational events and trends. And that means the financial and reporting environment is also being reshaped, resulting in significant challenges for management, boards, audit committees and auditors.
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Fraud, bribery and corruption continue to expose companies to heightened financial, regulatory and reputational risk
The findings of our European fraud survey 2011 indicate that there remains a widespread tolerance of unethical behavior that goes to the very top of a business. They show that, across Europe, bribery and corruption are considered to be rife, while few individuals are willing to recognize that it could happen in their own industry sectors. Despite this, respondents to our survey indicate that there has been a decline across the board in the use of anti-fraud and anti-bribery measures precisely during a period when the incentives to act unethically have been the highest.
There exists a real need for companies and those charged with their governance and oversight, to revisit their focus on the risks of fraud, bribery and corruption. Given the current environment, more robust anti-fraud and anti-corruption efforts are an imperative.
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