Financial economic crime

‘How can your financial institution find an effective approach to financial economic criminality without losing sight of compliance-related costs?’

Scale and impact of financial economic criminality are increasing

Financial economic criminality (FEC) is a serious risk for financial institutions. Money laundering, funding of terrorism, tax evasion and other forms of FEC can cause a lot of damage, both financial and reputation-related. Digitalisation has significantly increased the impact of financial economic criminality. Criminal activity can be more detrimental and of a much bigger magnitude when it takes place online. And the threat of FEC is greater now that banks, insurers, pension funds and trust office rely so heavily on digital systems.

‘Effective measures against FEC require an integral vision.’

Thomas Rijneveld

Supervisory bodies expect tough measures

All these developments have resulted in stricter laws and regulations concerning FEC. Supervisory bodies expect financial institutions to take tough measures to tackle FEC. And severe penalties in the US and Europe show that regulatory bodies mean what they say.

How we can help you

Our team has considerable experience when it comes to the implementation of FEC-related laws and regulations at financial institutions. We also offer support when optimising existing processes, systems and policy. Our assistance also includes remediation and recovery after compliance incidents. And we also help to develop new operational models that allow you to comply with laws and regulations in an effective and cost efficient manner – for instance, when it comes to outsourcing or centralising operational processes.

Our FEC specialists can help you in the following areas:


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Contact us

Gerwin Naber

Partner, PwC Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)88 792 63 02

Thomas Rijneveld

Director, PwC Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)88 792 51 20

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