We are proud to be featured in the 2021 Integrity Index by the British Chamber of Commerce Kenya. The Index features companies in Kenya, that are committed to business integrity and have strong integrity procedures and a track record of working with multinational organizations.

The Index is part of the Business Integrity Initiative (BII) pilot programme, which is run by BCCK in partnership with the UK Department for International Development (DFID), the UK Department for International Trade (DIT) and the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) in Kenya.

“Integrity and business ethics lies at the heart of our business for the common good of the economy and the next generation. At Adrian, we are extremely proud of the work we do. We value our reputation and in keeping with our values, and professional ethical conduct and integrity in everything that we do. Global transformation result from our deliberate acts and values to change the world.” says Benard W. Njoroge, Group Managing Director, Adrian Group

British Chamber of Commerce has also launched a report on the Index, which details the practical measures being taken by companies on the Index. These are all linked to the Business Integrity Index six integrity principles; proportionate procedures, top level commitment, risk assessment, due diligence, communication and training, monitoring and review.

Farida Abbas, CEO, British Chamber of Commerce Kenya says, “We are excited to recognize efforts that these companies are making to run ethical and trusted businesses. We hope that this Index will provide long term benefits to all the featured companies. A listing on the Index is external recognition of the efforts being made to run a trusted and ethical business. We aim to prove that ethical business pays. So, we will be signposting these businesses to any UK organizations looking to partner with Kenya-based companies.”

Find out more about the BBCK Integrity Index through the link: businessintegrity.bcckenya.org.