EY’s 14th Global Fraud Survey, ‘Corporate misconduct – individual consequences’, provides new insights on the perception of fraud, bribery and corruption amongst senior executives. Our global survey is produced every two years and we are delighted to be able to give a global view specifically tailored to the financial services sector.
The survey, which is our largest yet, represents the views of nearly 3,000 senior decision-makers in 62 countries and territories, and provides compelling insight into perceptions of fraud, bribery and corruption across the globe. It includes interviews with over 250 executives from the financial services sector.
The survey reveals overwhelming support for increased transparency as regulators cooperate across borders to hold individual executives to account, with respondents both globally and in the UK&I agreeing that prosecuting individuals will help deter fraud, bribery and corruption. Our research finds that boards could do significantly more to protect both themselves and their companies.
We hope you find the report interesting and should you have any queries in relation to our findings, please do not hesitate to contact me.