Working against corruption in all its forms
EY is committed to playing its part in efforts to prevent the proceeds of crime and corruption from entering legitimate capital and investment markets.
Governments are increasingly coordinated in their approaches to investigating misconduct, including recovering the proceeds of corruption. The reason for this is clear. Bribery and corruption continue to represent a substantial threat to sluggish global growth and fragile financial markets.David L. Stulb, EY Global Leader, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services
Substantially reducing corruption and bribery in all their forms is a key target of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. As an organization that plays an important role in the global economy and the operation of the world’s capital markets, we take our part in this very seriously.
It’s why EY was among a number of leading professional services organizations to sign a joint statement following the London Anti-Corruption Summit in 2016, pledging our support for the continuing efforts of the G20 and others to tackle corruption.
It’s also why — beyond services provided to clients, such as by our Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services (FIDS) professionals — EY is actively involved in numerous activities designed to shine a light on corruption and galvanize global responses to tackling it.
As well as our own Global Fraud Survey series, which offers new insights into perceived levels of fraud, bribery and corruption and recommended practices for companies, EY is a long-standing supporter of Transparency International’s corruption measurement tools, including their Corruption Perceptions Index and Global Corruption Barometer studies.Discover more