Economic crime has an immense fiscal and societal impact on our communities, exposing citizens, governments and business to ruthless criminal networks. Disrupting this threat requires a coordinated collective response.
The global pandemic and rising geopolitical tensions have brought urgency to tackling this threat, by placing a spotlight on kleptocracy and revealing the sophistication of criminal networks exploiting the gaps within COVID-19 emergency responses.
Though the public and private sectors have invested billions towards combating these crimes, tackling financial crimes continues to be a huge and complex challenge for the system.
The scale of illicit financial activity is vast and tackling it will require a coordinated collective response in which governments, financial institutions, and corporations work together to develop and implement effective solutions.
Deloitte’s Illicit Finance program convenes key stakeholders from the private and public sectors to collaborate on building impactful strategies to fight financial crime. As part of this program, Deloitte have established the Forum for Tackling Illicit Finance to develop crucial insights and work with leading industry organizations, to help strengthen global resilience and disrupt the flow of illicit finance.
Working with governments, financial institutions, and corporations, the Illicit Finance program and the Forum for Tackling Illicit Finance offer actionable insights and guidance that can enable organizations to navigate the complex nature of financial crime and take action to protect society.