Ernst & Young’s 2012 Global Fraud Survey Highlights Significant Challenges in Dealing with Corruption and Bribery Risks

Ernst & Young (E&Y) recently released the results of its 12th Global Fraud Survey.  Through an independent research firm, E&Y interviewed 1,758 company executives across 43 countries to gauge their perspectives on the current prevalence of bribery, fraud and other corruption, and their attitudes towards practices that might run afoul of anti-corruption rules.  The survey also provides insight on attitudes, risks and regulations in the emerging markets of Africa, Brazil, China, Eastern Europe and India.  This article summarizes the key takeaways from the survey.

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