• Service: Advisory, Consulting, Forensic
  • Type: Audio, KPMG in the Media
  • Date: 11/26/2013
  • Length: 5:13 Minutes

Who is the typical fraudster? 

The typical fraudster is male, has worked in the company for over six years and acts in concert with other offenders. Typical perpetrators are between 36 and 55 years of age and work either in executive management or staff functions such as finance, sales and marketing. Anne van Heerden and Philippe Fleury talk about the typical fraudster.


Anne van Heerden, Radio SRF

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Philippe Fleury, Radio RTS


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Anne van Heerden

Anne van Heerden

Head of Advisory

+41 58 249 28 61

Philippe Fleury

Philippe Fleury

Partner, Head of Forensic

+41 58 249 37 53

Global profiles of the fraudster

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This report contains KPMG’s analysis of 596 fraudsters member firms investigated between 2011 and 2013.