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Growing External Threats: Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey 2022

It is better to prevent than to cure

Prevention is better than cure - every crisis is an opportunity. We support you in proactively solving regulatory challenges related to fighting financial crime. Together with you, we will assess the needs of your company, develop a prevention or management concept tailored to your needs and ensure its professional implementation. Here's how you can protect yourself and your business from heavy fines and bad press.

The term "financial crime" covers a wide range of crimes. This includes, for example, concerns about money laundering, violation of KYC obligations or violation of sanctions.

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Our PwC Austria financial crime unit is made up of experts in AML, KYC, sanctions and compliance. In addition, we combine a full range of investigative, technical and regulatory experience.

PwC not only provides expert daily support, but also provides companies with innovative and advanced solutions to respond to financial crime incidents, remove deficiencies, develop improved models and operational processes, and optimize transaction monitoring systems.

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Financial crime is a huge and growing challenge for businesses (banks, insurance companies, etc.). Penalties for non-compliance, such as:

  • Anti-Money Laundering (AML)
  • Know Your Customer (KYC)
  • and sanction requirements

tall. As a result, companies are under increasing pressure to find ways to manage tasks and risk effectively. Financial crime affects not only banks, but also the largest global organizations and even the smallest corporations or partnerships.

Prevention and detection of financial crime is a fundamental task for all types of companies, because their effects go far beyond monetary losses. Brand reputation, employee morale, business relationships and official scrutiny are just examples of the negative consequences of financial crime.

  • Have you checked that you are following all relevant regulations/guidelines?
  • Do you regularly analyze and assess the risk of your financial crime processes and controls?
  • How effective are their transaction checking and monitoring tools? Do you mainly deal with the so-called false reports ("false positives")?
  • Do you regularly improve your processes and controls to identify potential breaches of financial crime laws more effectively and efficiently?
  • Do you use artificial intelligence and process automation to improve process efficiency?
  • Have you commissioned an expert to evaluate your anti-financial crime strategy, guidelines and processes?
  • Do you need daily help with trading alerts?
  • Would you like to use money laundering investigations as an additional line of defense?

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Anti-money laundering laws place a heavy financial and regulatory burden on financial institutions. We support you in meeting these challenges with new strategies and adaptive operating models.

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Anti-money laundering / Anti-money laundering

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Preventing money laundering is an ongoing challenge in the face of growing regulatory concerns. This is also reflected in increasingly dense regulatory requirements and due diligence obligations (e.g. FM-GwG). In addition, (regulatory) pressure to combat money laundering (anti-money laundering (AML)) has increased in recent years due to a series of leaks (key words: FinCEN or Nordea Bank), investigations and heavy fines.

Preventing Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing goes beyond understanding the new regulations and updating internal guidelines accordingly. Current legal requirements, as well as changing external factors and new criminal patterns, must be considered when challenging and optimizing processes and settings. Modified forms of money laundering, new virtual currencies or payment methods, data breaches and the exploitation of times of crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic are just some recent examples of a rapidly changing world. That is why the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing is so difficult.

Our services for you:

PwC offers comprehensive anti-money laundering services as our experts combine forensic, banking and financial crime expertise. In this way, we support you in fulfilling your obligations in accordance with applicable law.

  • Transaction monitoring:
    • Handle tool hits (to support daily business)
    • Reduce false positives with AI features
  • Report BKA:
    Internal handling of suspicious cases (according to GWG)
  • Anti-money laundering investigations:
    Setting up investigative units, including project planning, scoping and implementation of money laundering investigations
  • Risk and threat analysis:
    Review and adjust regulatory requirements and performance/efficiency
  • Ordinance:
    Improvement of inadequate anti-money laundering framework conditions (as a result of audits, internal reviews or supervisory review)
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    Training and workshops (including compliance with your program requirements) and development guides
  • tool:
    Perform an analysis to identify weaknesses and gaps (Compliance Program Assessment)

Easy compliance with sanctions

Why running an effective sanctions management system is important

Financial sanctions and trade embargoes are a complex and rapidly evolving area that cannot be ignored.

Individual countries, as well as organizations such as the European Union or the United Nations, often impose sanctions on individuals, companies or countries such as Iran or North Korea. They can be aimed at freezing foreign assets, but also trading or transferring assets for certain commodities. However, sanctions can also affect entire sectors of the economy or ban the export of certain goods.

Violations can result in severe reputational damage and severe financial consequences, as shown in the following fines and settlements:

  • 2021: Union of Arab and French Banks, $8,572,500
  • 2019: UniCredit Group Banks, $611,000,000
  • 2014: BNP Paribas, $8,900,000,000

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Keeping in mind the tension between financial interests and sanctioned behaviors, PwC supports your company in identifying sanctions-related risks that are relevant to you and addressing them appropriately. In this way, you can protect yourself from high fines and loss of reputation and position yourself as a reliable partner in global transactions.

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We bring together experts from various fields and countries. That is why we are a one-stop shop, offering tailor-made solutions for your company (regardless of the industry). In addition to EU regulations and local requirements, we also specialize in US sanctions.

Sanctions violations often involve concealing the true identities of those involved. By establishing an effective and comprehensive compliance process (KYC, AML/CFT, export controls), synergies can be created and resources used optimally.

fight financial crime (12)Quick sanction check:

Complex sanction programs in a changing market environment also mean that your business faces increasing challenges. Therefore, we offer you the opportunity to check your readiness in this regard using the Sanctions Quick Check.

In our short-term analysis, we outline the challenges you face, as well as existing sanctions threats and security measures. In addition, we will show you potential factors affecting your company's strategy.

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If you are looking for a partner to outsource sanctions screening to us, we are the right partner.

With our industry knowledge, technical expertise and operational experience, we help build public trust. We work with you to meet your regulatory obligations.

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KYC - How much do you know about your customers?

Why knowing your customer is important

The essence of each KYC process is the identification and verification of basic information about the customer, such as name, type of company, place of business, industry, subject of activity, source of financing or assets, type, scope and structure of product use, legal representative and actual owners. Complement this process by comparing relevant people (customers, CEOs, beneficial owners, politically exposed persons) with existing sanctions lists and conducting public media research. All this information ultimately determines the specific risk classification of the business relationship and thus the customer's KYC testing cycle. At PwC, we understand you, your needs and the challenges you face during the KYC process.

In recent years, numerous negative headlines regarding shortcomings in the fight against money laundering have brought the subject of KYC to the attention of national and international regulators. Each new EU money laundering directive and each change to the existing sanctions regime involves significant additional financial, human and time effort for those subject to KYC and often becomes a race against time: internal IT systems are not on time Modifications or risks and KYC data not updated on time usually results in hefty penalties. Due to the General Data Protection Regulation which has been in force across the EU since 2018, the topic of KYC is getting more and more explosive as it has become fundamentally harder to research customers from public sources under the GDPR and people are eager to disclose personal information by customers fell.

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Whether you want to implement customer screening as part of the customer acceptance process, as part of an ad hoc review when specific trigger events occur, as part of regular KYC updates, or to support short-term KYC profile updates and assessments for large numbers of customers (e.g. due to regulatory requirements): PwC supports you in using the full potential of your existing KYC process or in increasing its efficiency so that you can devote more time to your core business in the future.

We advise on the following issues:

  • Do you want your customer data to be up-to-date as required by law? We support you in KYC remediation.
  • Would you like to evaluate or even automate your existing (manual) KYC process?
  • Do you want to order client onboarding and offboarding? use ourmanagement services.
  • Are you looking for support in your daily work? Our KYC experts provide customer identification and verification services.
  • Need advice on changing your internal KYC policy (as a result of an audit, internal review or regulator review)?
  • Are your employees properly trained? We offer training and workshops on current KYC standards.

Cryptocurrencies - between the legal vacuum and registration obligations

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Cryptocurrencies are virtual values ​​("assets") that "do not have the legal status of currency or money, but are accepted as a medium of exchange by natural or legal persons" (§ 2 Z 21 FM-GwG).

The legal use of virtual currencies has many significant advantages, such as more efficient payments and lower transaction costs. Crypto-assets facilitate international payment transactions and enable easy processing of payments by populations that have no or limited access to regular banking services. Not only for this reason, virtual currencies have rapidly developed into flexible and powerful alternatives to fiat currencies in global trade.

Cryptoassets and their manifestations

Cryptocurrency values ​​are also becoming increasingly important in the financial markets. Particularly for banks and financial service providers, as their custodians or operators of their own virtual currency trading platforms, there are many touchpoints with virtual currencies through own or third party transactions involving encrypted assets. Therefore, it is especially important for this target group to understand the legal framework for crypto asset services.

It has long been said that the cryptocurrency industry operates in a legal vacuum. The lack of a central regulatory authority, doubts over responsibility for compliance, oversight and enforcement of AML/CFT regulations for cryptocurrency transactions around the world, and the potential for anonymity provided by the internet continue to be a concern for legislators and regulators. Political reactions to virtual currencies have also been very mixed - while some countries have welcomed the new technology, others have decided to more or less limit its use.

Anyone wishing to provide virtual currency services in Austria must register with the Financial Market Authority (FMA). As part of the registration, it is necessary to describe the internal controls planned to mitigate the risk of money laundering and terrorist financing that may be associated with cryptographic assets (§ 32a FM-GwG). In Austria, the provision of virtual currency services without the necessary regulatory approvals is subject to heavy penalties (§ 34 f. FM-GwG).

With us, you have a reliable partner not only to assess the risk arising from your daily activities with virtual currencies in connection with money laundering and terrorist financing (details of our services can be found here), but also for effective registration with the FMA It is required to establish appropriate internal controls or check the suitability of existing internal control systems (status checks).

How we support you:

  • Would you like to evaluate or even automate your existing KYC process? We will gladly help you.

  • Are you looking for help in everyday matters? We support you in the following areas:

    • Customers are identified and verified by our KYC experts taking into account the applicable KYC requirements.

    • Regular review of the KYC and risk profile of current customers against internal guidelines and/or legal or regulatory requirements

    • transaction monitoring

    • Reporting SAR/STR and handling related official investigations (police, banks, prosecutors)

  • Need help with FMA registration for virtual currency services? We are happy to advise you here.

  • Do you need advice on reviewing internal KYC policies and cryptocurrency readiness checks?

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Lider Vanguard Advisory in the field of financial crimes

In July 2017, ALM Intelligence recognized PwC's Financial Crime Group as "a leader in the vanguard of financial crime advice". In addition, it was rated "Best in Class" in three out of nine categories (Operating Systems, Project Management, and Support Tools).

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Fight financial crime? ›

The Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF), an intergovernmental body, has primary responsibility for developing worldwide standards for AML/CFT. It works closely with other organizations, including the IMF, the World Bank, the United Nations, and FATF-style regional bodies (FSRBs).

How do you fight financial crimes? ›

Prevention of money laundering and other financial crimes
  1. Transparent client relationships. Strict regulations are in place concerning the identification of clients (KYC – the know-your-customer principle). ...
  2. Training. ...
  3. Monitoring of client data, transactions and accounts. ...
  4. Risk-based approach. ...
  5. Anti-money laundering officers.

Who is responsible for fighting against financial crime? ›

The Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF), an intergovernmental body, has primary responsibility for developing worldwide standards for AML/CFT. It works closely with other organizations, including the IMF, the World Bank, the United Nations, and FATF-style regional bodies (FSRBs).

Who investigates financial crimes? ›

United States Department of the Treasury Financial Crimes Enforcement Network.

Why is it important to fight financial crime? ›

Access to the financial system helps transform lives around the world. But the financial system is also the lifeblood of some of today's most damaging crimes – from human trafficking to terrorism, the drug trade to corruption.

How do I recover from financial abuse? ›

  1. Details to consider if you plan to leave. The first step in exiting a financially abusive relationship is to develop a plan. ...
  2. Open a bank account and start saving. ...
  3. Make a budget. ...
  4. Make a plan to tackle credit card debt. ...
  5. Local food banks. ...
  6. Government assistance. ...
  7. Domestic abuse coalitions.
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What are the top 3 financial crime concerns? ›

The Main Types of Financial Crime

money laundering. tax evasion. embezzlement.

Are financial crimes criminal or civil? ›

Fraud, depending on the circumstances, can be either a criminal offense or a civil tort. As such, the cases are handled differently in the courts. For criminal fraud, a state's attorney will prosecute the case while a civil tort claim for fraud is brought by the person who has been defrauded.

What are the 3 stages of money laundering? ›

There are three stages introducing laundered funds into the financial system:
  • Placement.
  • Layering.
  • Integration/extraction.
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Does the FBI investigate money laundering? ›

The FBI focuses its financial crimes investigations on such criminal activities as corporate fraud, securities and commodities fraud, health care fraud, financial institution fraud, mortgage fraud, insurance fraud, mass marketing fraud, and money laundering.

Does FBI deal with financial crimes? ›

The FBI's corporate fraud investigations primarily focus on: Falsification of financial information: False accounting and/or misrepresentations of financial conditions. Fraudulent trades designed to inflate profits or hide losses.

How do I report a financial crime to the FBI? ›

Contact the FBI at (202) 324-3000, or online at or Contact the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General at 1-800-HHS-TIPS, or online at Contact the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) online at

What is a financial detective called? ›

A financial investigator is an actuary who investigates fraud and other types of financial crime, such as embezzlement, Ponzi schemes, money counterfeiting, and insider trading. They are sworn criminal investigators, and their job involves investigating white-collar crime.

What is the most common type of financial crime? ›

Today's most common financial crimes are terrorist financing, money laundering, corruption, and fraud.

How much does financial crime cost the US? ›

The Projected Total Cost of financial crime compliance across all financial institutions in the 2022 study markets in North America, LATAM, EMEA and APAC is $274.1B.

Why do people commit financial crimes? ›

Financial crime is typically committed as a result of motivation, rationalization and opportunity. Governments and other institutions all over the world are concerned about financial crime.

What are 3 types of financial abuse? ›

Types of financial abuse

Borrowing money and not giving it back. Stealing money or belongings. Taking pension payments or other benefit away from someone. Taking money as payment for coming to visit or spending time together.

What are 2 examples of financial abuse? ›

Here are some examples to recognize signs of financial abuse:
  • Interfering with Work. Telling you where you can or can't work. ...
  • Forcing You into Debt. ...
  • They Call All the Shots. ...
  • Manipulating You with Money. ...
  • Messing With Benefits & Legal Threats.
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What is narcissistic financial abuse? ›

Financial abuse by a narcissist during divorce is a common tactic used to gain power and control over a spouse. The abuser uses his or her financial resources and savvy to manipulate the husband or wife and keep him or her in a state of dependence.

What is the fastest-growing type of financial crime? ›

KPMG cites synthetic ID fraud as the fastest-growing financial crime in the United States, costing banks more than $6bn.

What is the biggest financial crime in US history? ›

The Bernie Madoff accounting scandal remains one of the most shameful events in the history of the financial industry. For at least 17 years, Bernard Lawrence “Bernie” Madoff operated a Ponzi scheme that bilked 37,011 investors out of tens of billions of dollars.

Which is the fastest-growing type of financial crime today? ›

According to the McKinsey Institute, synthetic identity fraud is the fastest-growing type of financial crime in the United States and is also on the rise around the globe. Indeed, synthetic identity fraud comprises 85% of all fraud right now.

What is the sentencing for financial crime? ›

Tax evasion: A maximum fine of $100,000 to any individual, and $500,000 if the defendant is a corporation, and/or up to five years in federal prison. Bank fraud: A fine of up to $1,000,000 and/or a prison sentence of up to 30 years. Mail and wire fraud: Both carry a maximum prison sentence of up to 20 years.

Do financial crimes involve just money? ›

Financial crime refers to all crimes committed by an individual or a group of individuals that involve taking money or other property that belongs to someone else, to obtain a financial or professional gain.

Is financial manipulation a crime? ›

What is The Financial Crime of Manipulation Attempt? Both transaction-based and information-based manipulation crimes are suitable for an attempt. Since transactional manipulation constitutes a purely act crime, an attempt is possible if the transaction is divisible.

How long does a money laundering investigation take? ›

As you can see, with many factors to consider, this entire process can take anywhere from 1 day to 1 week, depending on how quickly and accurately both firm and client collect and provide information and if any additional measures need to be taken, as well as the process and software used to detect fraud or verify.

How is money cleaned? ›

What Are Common Ways to Launder Money? The traditional forms of laundering money, including smurfing, using mules, and opening shell corporations. Other methods include buying and selling commodities, investing in various assets like real estate, gambling, and counterfeiting.

What is an example of money laundering? ›

Reselling assets

Cash can be made to look legitimate through reselling. Criminals may purchase big-ticket items with cash, and then quickly resell those items to have money they are able to actually use in their bank account. Real estate, luxury cars, and other such items are popular placements for money laundering.

How does the IRS detect money laundering? ›

Various investigative techniques are used to obtain evidence, including interviews of third party witnesses, conducting surveillance, executing search warrants, subpoenaing bank records, and reviewing financial data.

How do you know if the feds are investigating you? ›

6 Signs You May Be Under Federal Investigation
  • Receiving a Target Letter. ...
  • Federal investigators Showing Up at Your Home or Work. ...
  • Having Your Phone Calls Monitored. ...
  • Unusual Activity from Financial Institutions. ...
  • Unexplained Grand Jury Subpoenas for Documents, Emails, or Other Records.
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Can money laundering be traced? ›

Money laundering is a technique used by criminals to cover their financial tracks after they illegally obtain money from an illegitimate source. Profits gained from criminal activity are often referred to as 'dirty money'. This is because the money is linked directly to the crime and can be traced.

What is the white-collar crime? ›

The term “white-collar crime” was reportedly coined in 1939 and has since become synonymous with the full range of frauds committed by business and government professionals.

What happens when you report someone to the FBI? ›

The FBI will ask you to provide as much information as possible about the perpetrator and details of the threat you have experienced. The FBI will ask for your contact information to follow‐up with you if needed. The FBI will attempt to protect your identity and confidentiality.

Does Secret Service handle financial crimes? ›

The Secret Service has primary jurisdiction to investigate threats against Secret Service protectees as well as financial crimes, which include counterfeiting of U.S. currency or other U.S. Government obligations; forgery or theft of U.S. Treasury checks, bonds or other securities; credit card fraud; telecommunications ...

What type of crimes does the FBI investigate? ›

The FBI has divided its investigations into a number of programs, such as domestic and international terrorism, foreign counterintelligence, cyber crime, public corruption, civil rights, organized crime/drugs, white-collar crime, violent crimes and major offenders, and applicant matters.

How do I anonymously report money laundering to the FBI? ›

Report suspicious activity to the FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) at, and contact your local FBI field office.

Can you email the FBI? ›

If you have questions regarding any FBI FOIPA-related matters, please contact us at, or contact our Public Information Office at (540) 868-4593.

How are financial crimes investigated? ›

Developing an investigative plan, subject profiles, analyzing and charting financial flows, preparing an evidence matrix and utilizing international cooperation channels provides the foundation to conducting an effective financial investigation.

What is forensic financial crime? ›

Forensic accountants analyze the financial statements of companies and individuals to look for tax fraud, money laundering, insider trading, scams, market manipulation, and other financial crimes. The goal is to discover these crimes, report them, prevent them if possible, and prosecute the individuals responsible.

What is a financial crime investigation? ›

financial investigation means an enquiry into the financial affairs related to a criminal activity, with a view to: (i) identifying the extent of criminal networks and/or the scale of criminality; (ii) identifying and tracing the proceeds of crime, terrorist funds or any other assets that are, or may become, subject to ...

What are the 4 stages of money laundering? ›

Each individual money laundering stage can be extremely complex due to the criminal activity involved.
  • Placement.
  • Layering.
  • Integration.
  • Examples of the Money Laundering Stages.

What is the most serious type of crime? ›

Felonies are the most serious crimes. They are either supported by a heinous intent, like the intent to kill, or accompanied by an extremely serious result, such as loss of life, grievous injury, or destruction of property. Felonies are serious, so they are graded the highest, and all sentencing options are available.

Is financial crime a problem? ›

Financial crime threatens the safety and soundness of financial systems world-wide. In some cases, these crimes threaten the security and safety of the nation.

What is green collar crime? ›

Green collar crime is a term used to refer to criminal activities related to environmental protection and conservation. Examples of green collar crime include illegal dumping of hazardous waste, illegal logging, illegal poaching of endangered species, and the illegal trade of exotic animals.

What percent of cash is used for crime? ›

Then, by assuming that any cash that the surveyed consumers do not fess up to holding must be held for nefarious purposes, he concludes that 34 to 39 percent of all currency in circulation is used by criminals.

How much is considered money laundering in USA? ›

Money laundering is more about the intent than the amount of money, but you will likely be investigated for money laundering if you bring more than $10,000 in cash into or out of the United States, deposit $10,000 or more in cash into a bank account, or if you spend more than $300,000 in cash on a real estate purchase.

Who handles financial crimes? ›

United States Department of the Treasury Financial Crimes Enforcement Network.

How can we prevent financial crime? ›

5 ways to help prevent financial crime
  1. Implement strong internal controls. ...
  2. Conduct regular risk assessments. ...
  3. Provide financial crime prevention training and education. ...
  4. Implementing strong KYC, KYB and AML policies. ...
  5. Foster a culture of compliance and heighten its importance.
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How much money is considered a federal offense? ›

If the total value of the property stolen is $1000 or less, it's a federal misdemeanor. If convicted, you could face up to one year in federal prison and fines of up to $100,000, If the total value exceeds $1000, it's a felony offense.

What crimes are financial abuse? ›

There is no specific crime of “financial abuse” in California. In most cases, allegations of financial abuse are used either as supporting evidence for other domestic violence crimes or to justify the need for a restraining order against you.


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