GRP releases the 2020 Global Corruption Index (GCI)

Global Risk Profile (GRP), a Swiss company specializing in third-party risk management related services, has released the 3rd edition of the Global Corruption Index (GCI), assessing corruption and other white-collar crimes throughout the world.

 According to GRP, the 2020 GCI results show that the gap between Europe and other continents has widened. While Denmark could defend its first place followed by Norway and Finland, the remarkable performances of Spain (progression from 33rd to 24th rank) and Italy (progression from 44th to 41st rank) deserve to be highlighted pursuant to GRP. On the other hand, the current GCI would confirm a negative trend for countries such as the USA (degression from 30th to 31st rank) and China (degression from 131st to 140th rank) in the last year.

The GCI index states a very good overall score of Switzerland that defended a top ten rank. However, the country drops from 6th to 8th in rank this year. Regarding the white-collar crimes sub-index, Switzerland’s performance would be much lower, standing in the 51st position.

The complete 2020 results including interactive data visualisation and technical documentation are available on the dedicated website:


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