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Kroll annual fraud report, released in October 2009, highlights the effects of the economic downturn on fraud.

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contents
Contents
  • Summary of the report’s findings
  • Sector differences
  • Prevalence of fraud
  • Drivers of fraud
  • Heatmap of types of fraud by sector
  • Types of fraud
  • Regional differences
  • Countermeasures against fraud
  • Articles & themes of the Annual Global Fraud Report
  • Kroll services
  • Contact us
summary
Summary
  • Kroll’s third Annual Global Fraud Survey, commissioned by Kroll and conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit – surveyed over 700 people.
  • The incidence of fraud is almost identical to that found in last year’s survey, at 85% per cent of respondents, and the average loss per company has risen only slightly in the new survey, to $8.8 million from $8.2 million.
  • Those dangers which grow as companies expand – entry into new markets, staff turnover for example – have declined in importance.
  • The downturn, however, has heightened other risks. Pay stringency in the face of lower revenue, cost cuttings on controls, for example, has provided a motive for fraud.
  • Larger companies – those with over $5 billion in annual sales – reported greater average losses, up to $25.8 million from $23.3 million in 2008, the situation improved for smaller business – those with yearly revenue under $5 billion – dropped to $4.6 million from $5.5 million.
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Europe, Middle East/Africa have seen increase in fraud; elsewhere, falling or static prevalence and loss
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Planned countermeasures (% of respondents planning on undertaking countermeasures against fraud in next year)
themes in the global fraud report 2009 10
Themes in the Global Fraud Report 2009/10
  • Credit card and ID fraud
  • How technology is helping and hindering the fight against fraud
  • Understanding emerging market risks and rewards
  • How regulations and laws are affecting fraud risks
  • Ten full sector profiles
  • Five regional analyses
how kroll can help in the fight against fraud
How Kroll can help in the fight against fraud
  • By preventing
  • And detecting
  • And investigating

Corporate Internal Investigations Computer Forensics

Forensic Accounting Expert Testimony

Litigation Support Investigative Due Diligence

Electronic Discovery Identity Theft Restoration

Asset Tracing & Recovery Fraud Prevention Training

Intellectual Property Protection

Process & Internal Controls Assessment

FCPA, Regulatory & Corporate Governance Investigations

how to contact us
How to contact us

New YorkBlake Coppotelli [email protected]: 1 212 593 1000

LondonRichard [email protected]: 44 207 029 5000

Hong KongTad [email protected]: 852 2884 7788

MiamiSam [email protected]: 1 305 789 7100

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www.kroll.com/fraud

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