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TI's Financial secrecy index offers a counterbalance to Corruption Perceptions Index 2022


Countries at the top of the Corruption Perceptions Index 2022 may enjoy a less corrupt public sector, but they have a lot of work to do so they don't contribute to hiding the dirty money of the corrupt.

Financial secrecy has been at the heart of the business model for attracting foreign investment in many of the high-performing countries on the CPI.

It is also one of the biggest obstacles to fighting globalised corruption, preventing even the most willing law enforcement agencies from investigating suspicious wealth. Financial secrecy facilitates tax abuse, enables money laundering and undermines human rights.

The Financial Secrecy Index is a ranking of jurisdictions most complicit in helping individuals to hide their finances from the rule of law. The index identifies the world's biggest suppliers of financial secrecy and spotlights the laws governments can change to reduce their contribution to financial secrecy.

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