Should the Corruption Perceptions Index be Used as an Indicator of Business Risks?

Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) is widely known and used as the leading global indicator of corruption. However, recent headlines and scandals might lead one to question the accuracy of the index. Countries such as Denmark and the United Kingdom score high on the index, indicating low risk, but nevertheless, are struggling with recent high-profile corruption cases. Should compliance professionals trust the CPI as an indicator for business risks stemming from corruption? Let’s investigate.

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