AmCham Economic Forum on PwC’s Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey
Oct 21, 2020 / 10:00 - 11:30

Dear AmCham Members and Friends,

According to a survey conducted by PwC, economic crime and fraud have become increasingly prevalent. As companies conduct their operations, expand and diversify, they often invest in themselves to stimulate performance related growth. However, investment in fraud-fighting technologies and economic crime management programs is just as crucial. PwC found many companies do not have adequate resources or internal policies to prevent crime/fraud and provide guidance when it is experienced. No company is immune to such threats; which often result in significant financial losses as well as reputation damage.

AmCham Indonesia is holding a forum to initiate discussion of the problem, as we believe in the importance of safeguarding your respective companies to prevent economic crime and fraud. All stakeholders should have a comprehensive understanding of procedures and technologies that serve as protection mechanisms, and companies should ensure risk assessments are conducted regularly to identify potential threats. This forum will start the conversation on a deeper analysis of readiness and ability to act when exposed to threats. We hope to facilitate an insightful and beneficial discussion on what your company should implement to address fraud and economic crime.

Please join us for October’s edition of the Economic Forum featuring Paul van der Aa, Forensics Advisor from PwC, which will be moderated by Gusti Kahari – AmCham Government Relations Director. 


Paul van der Aa

Forensics Advisor at PwC Indonesia

Paul is an Advisor and leads the Forensics practice for PwC in Indonesia. He joined the Forensics group in 2013 after having worked as a financial auditor for 14 years. He has been involved in various forensics projects such as fraud and corruption investigations, Fraudulent Transaction Analysis, risk assessment reviews, background due diligence investigations, forensic accounting reviews, Foreign Corrupt Practice Act (FCPA) and related anti-bribery and corruption compliance reviews. During his 20 years at PwC Paul has worked in the Netherlands, Australia and is currently located in Indonesia.

Paul has a Masters Degree in Business Economics from the University of Maastricht, the Netherlands, and is a member of the Royal Dutch Institute of Chartered Accountants in the Netherlands, as well as a Certified Fraud Examiner.

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