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Research Report

2020 Treasury Fraud & Controls Survey Results Research Report

In 2020 the threat of fraud is continuing to rise despite increased spending as the criminals continue to operate in increasingly sophisticated ways.

In the 5th annual Strategic Treasurer Treasury Fraud & Controls Survey, we asked 350 corporate practitioners and bankers where their organisation stands in the fight against fraud and gathered extensive data on fraud experiences, defensive and control plans, spending to protect their organisations, and views on risks.

We have compiled our survey results into a comprehensive report where you can discover:

  • The current state of Treasury Fraud & Controls
  • Industry trends and peer benchmarks
  • Tips for improving your controls
  • Action items to combat fraud

76% of corporates believe that the threat of fraud has increased in the past year.

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Fraud has continued to grow consistently across the life of the survey, flipping from 40% experiencing fraud in the first year to nearly 60% in 2020. EMEA's fraud experience is significantly lower (36%) than North America (56%) and ROW (57%). Maximise your defense.

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