So here’s an article about Iceland sentencing banks to prison for their actions in connection with the financial collapse:
Of the 26 bankers put in prison, 15 are still in there (based on the sentence lengths given in the article). Iceland has a population of 323,000 people and an incarceration rate of 45 per 100,000. That means they have 145 people in prison. So more than one in ten is a corrupt banker.
The rest of the world should probably be ashamed of itself right now.