Denmark least corrupt country in EMEA
08 July 2015
Denmark is the least corrupt country in Europe, Middle East, India and Africa according to Ernst & Young Fraud Survey 2015.
Operating in the grey areas of ethical business conduct may be tempting, but it is however not a strategy for sustainable growth.
According to Ernst & Young’s Fraud Survey 2015, businesses that report revenue growth in the past two years are more likely to have an anti-bribery policy and code of conduct and clear penalties for violating anti-bribery or anti-corruption policies.
Denmark takes the anti-corruption top spot
With only four percent of the Danish respondents stating that bribery or corrupt practices happen widely in business in the country, Denmark takes the top spot as the least corrupt country in Europe, Middle East, India and Africa according to Ernst & Young’s Fraud Survey 2015.
The survey is based on answers from 3,800 respondents across 38 countries.
See more in the Ernst & Young Fraud Survey 2015.