Are you sufficiently prepared for crises and unplanned events? Do you know how to react correctly in case of bribery and corruption, fraud or other economic crimes? Have you developed strategies to emerge stronger from such crises? PwC’s Forensics experts can help you do so.
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Claudia Nestler, Partner, Forensic Services Leader, PwC Germany
Tel.: +49 69 9585-5552
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Prepare, Respond and Emerge Stronger help you to prepare for and react during crises.
As the global landscape grows more complex and connected, companies are at threat of a sudden shock. It could be a corruption scandal that spreads globally, a data breach that shakes customer confidence, a dispute with a business partner threatening to erode value, or widespread fraud. With shock also comes opportunity. An incident managed well allows an organisation to take on riskier opportunities with the knowledge that future threats will be spotted and addressed quickly.
We help our clients to prevent fraud, economic crime and disputes; saving your business from both financial and reputational damage.
Financial and reputational impacts of crises create huge risk to brand, people, relationships and the bottom line. We respond with speed and conviction to address these risks, preventing further damage.
A crisis managed well can allow businesses to develop immunity. We work with our clients to not only recover from current crises, but also enhance their ability to learn and improve after unplanned events.
Complex and constantly evolving anti-money laundering requirements are a major regulatory and financial burden for financial institutions. We help you to address these challenges with new strategies and an adaptable operating model.
Fraudulent accounting, embezzlement, market manipulation or organized fraud: Economic crime (fraud) is committed in almost one in two companies. This is the finding of PwC’s Global Economic Crime Survey 2020. The legislator is currently preparing a range of laws in order to combat these types of offences more efficiently.
As each client has different challenges, we can help you prepare, respond and emerge stronger from crises and other unplanned events.