The British non-governmental organization Tax Justice Network compiles the Financial Secrecy Index, the rating of countries that are tax havens, to which everyone who laundered funds aspires.
The higher rank in the ranking of a particular country, the more corrupt its government. The last time the index was published in 2015, Switzerland was recognized as the most corrupt country in the world, Hong Kong was second. Now in second place are the United States, while Switzerland remains in the first place. Hong Kong fell to fourth place, the Cayman Islands occupy the third line of the rating.