Global Risk Profile releases its 2nd edition of the Global Corruption Index
The Geneva based company Global Risk Profile Sàrl releases the second edition of its Global Corruption Index (GCI), which provides an assessment of the state of corruption and other white-collar crimes throughout the world.
The GCI results for 2019 indicate that the situation has worsened all around the globe, in particular in the Americas and Africa. Africa is also the lowest scoring region on the index: in many countries, efforts to fight against corruption and other white-collar crimes are hampered by weak institutions and well-established corruption schemes. In the top end, Denmark has replaced Finland as best performer. The top five countries are Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and New Zealand.
More information: risk-indexes.com/global-corruption-index