On the first hand, in this section we present the level of financial crimes at the Romanian level at the whole but also on its 41 counties and nine regions from 2010 to the present. Different types of the offences investigate and solved by of the Romanian Police under the form of graphs and maps are presented. In addition, the number of investigated persons and the financial damages are analysed by trend (from 2010 to the present) and structure (by counties and regions). At this level, the data provided will be aimed at measuring the risk of economic and financial crime at the level of Romanian counties, at the sector level, areas of activity and goods and services that are susceptible to a high risk of fraud / money laundering. We will provide these institutions with patterns that allow them to easily identify economic entities that present a high risk of fraud (including money laundering risk). The sources are provided from Romanian Police.
On the second hand, we analyse the level of tax collection by the National Agency of Fiscal Administration (ANAF), the degree of voluntary compliance, the level of income from forced execution, the cost of collecting etc. from 2012 to present. The sources are provided from National Agency of Fiscal Administration (ANAF). Interactive maps are provided.
On the third hand, we analyse the FinCrime Community pulse for the Romanian community. This study is a joined work of our FinCrime team and SAS Romania company. For our purpose, a survey based on a questionnaire was conducted among over 1,856 Romanian respondents for the time period May 27th - June 6th 2022. This survey has two main objectives:
- The first objective consist in finding the main patterns that characterize the Romanian community such as finding the level of tax compliance, the attitude of citizens toward accepting cheating taxes, the perception of corruption level in the Romanian public institutions, the level of skills possessedby citizens to detect the risk of money laundering and the attitude towards asking for information from the bank officers.
- The second objective of the study is to investigate how age, gender, region of living, professional status, and education, may influence the level of tax compliance, attitude of citizens toward accepting cheating taxes, the perception of corruption level in the Romanian public institutions, the level of skills possessedby citizens to detect the risk of money laundering and the attitude towards asking for information from the bank officers.