Companies are unprepared for cross-border investigations, reveals KPMG survey
In a KPMG Cross-Border Investigations survey of 60 global executives, 90 per cent indicated that the number of cross-border investigations have either increased or remained the same over the last year. However, more than 50 per cent of these executives also reported that they have limited protocols in place and have insufficient resources to conduct cross-border investigations.
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