TechnologyAccounting SoftwarePwC to launch Fraud Academy

PwC to launch Fraud Academy

Big Four firm says forum to share knowledge and participate in research to help prevent, detect and investigate fraud and economic crime goes live tomorrow

PricewaterhouseCoopers is to launch a Fraud Academy tomorrow, with the aim of
preventing corporate corruption at a time when the chances of fraud rocket due
to the economic turmoil.

The academy will provide an online forum allowing members to share knowledge
and participate in research to help prevent, detect and investigate fraud and
economic crime.

The firm expects those joining to include people working in finance, internal
audit, security, in-house legal and compliance functions as well as specialist
fraud teams.

Further reading:

Profile:
Richard Alderman, director of the Serious Fraud Office

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