Building Transparent Businesses

Network of Cyber & Forensic professionals

Join PwC's Network of Cyber & Forensic Professionals

Building Transparent Businesses is a network of Cyber & Forensic professionals, a community of experts and organisations coming together to learn, share knowledge and help build trust and transparency within the business community.  

The network will give you access to experts in the field, the latest PwC thought leadership, skill building and networking events. The program will focus on preventing, detecting and investigating the risks of fraud and financial crime in a unique, differentiated way to reduce their impact on your business and the business community.

This new community will officially launch in March 2017. Please register below to become a member.

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“Fraud and Financial crime are old news and people haven’t changed. What does change is the ways in which people commit fraud and the regulatory environment around which businesses are required to manage financial crime risk. Coming together via our new Network to learn from each other and share insights is crucial to combatting financial crime and reducing its impact on the business community going forward.”

Malcolm Shackell, Partner, PwC Cyber Forensics

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Partner
Tel: +61 2 8266 2993
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Cassandra Michie
Partner
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Partner
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Jean Roux
Partner
Tel: +61 3 8603 0714
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Jason Knott
Partner
Tel: +61 8 9238 3418
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Rob Parker
Partner
Tel: +61 2 6271 3484
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