The incidence and costs of fraud rose markedly in the last year, driving up vulnerability.
Kroll is pleased to provide you with online access to our new interactive version of our 7th Annual Global Fraud Report, an international survey of nearly 900 senior executives, in more than a dozen industries around the global. The new interactive website gives you access to view extensive data, exclusive articles, and an interactive at-a-glance map of global fraud.
In partnership with The Economist Intelligence Unit, Kroll provides unique insights and analysis of the survey data to tell the story of a changing fraud environment, with dangers shifting in often unpredictable ways.
Key insights to explore:
- Incidence of Fraud has increased
- Information-related fraud is common and evolving
- Fraud remains frequently an inside job, but so does its discovery
- Global modern business practices increase fraud exposure
Those with local knowledge see fraud risks everywhere
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