The nature of fraud is changing

It's time to be proactive
The nature of fraud is changing

Fraud is a growing societal and economic issue, yet organisations differ hugely from reactive to proactive in their approach to fraud risk. Where does your organisation sit on this spectrum? Take our quiz to find out and learn more about the fraud threats facing your industry.

How well is your organisation managing fraud risk?

Learn more about the key fraud risks impacting your industry and our best practice tips on fraud risk management.

The nature of fraud is changing

Our new report - ‘The nature of fraud is changing: Act now to beat it' – shares insight gained through recent client research and explores why organisations in the UK are on the cusp of significant change in terms of how they tackle the threat of fraud.

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Economic Crime Blog

Our blog explores all aspects of economic crime, from the challenges organisations face in tackling the threat, to how the public and private sectors can work together to forge a system wide response. We also discuss some of the specific economic crime threats different industries face and how to address these.

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Tackling Economic Crime

Economic crime impacts all aspects of society. Money laundering, bribery and corruption and terrorist financing often expose the most vulnerable in society to exploitation by organised criminal gangs. Deloitte are working with both the public and private sectors to drive collaboration and deliver a whole-system response.

Watch our video to find out how we can collectively advance the fight against Illicit Finance.

How does economic crime impact different industries?

Each industry has its own particular risks that need to be addressed and specific economic crime challenges. Learn more about the key risks for your organisation and how we can help you protect your business.

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Economic crime Boardroom Dilemma session

A unique opportunity to take part in an interactive session and experience first-hand the dilemmas that arise for boards and executives during an economic crime driven crisis.

Based on a fictitious company, we will bring this to life using newscasts, articles, emails and social media alerts, to help make the experience as realistic as possible.

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Jules Colborne-Baber


Simon Cuerden

Crisis and Resilience Lead Partner