According to The Pinkerton Risk Index: A Spatial Analysis of Risk Around the World, Singapore is the world’s lowest risk country for business. The Index ranks countries based on four factors – Hazard & Event Risk; Operational & Physical Risk; Technology & Informational Risk; and Market & Economic Risk – and countries that perform well feature strong institutions, quality supply chains, relatively low risk or damage and disruption from terrorism, low prevalence of organized crime, commitment to property rights, and a relative freedom from endemic corruption.