Kroll analyzed global data from 400 senior leaders across three continents to gain insights into the current financial crime landscape and learn how technology might stop the threat of economic, crypto and ESG crimes.
Key findings from the report include:
- Sixty-nine percent of global respondents expect financial crime risks to increase over the next 12 months.
- Almost two-thirds of global respondents expect financial crimes enforcement actions to increase.
- More than half of respondents cite evolving technologies, digital currencies, data privacy and geopolitical tension as challenges posed to government in fighting financial crime.
- Global respondents report that cybersecurity and data breaches are the factors most responsible for increased financial crime risk.
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