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Fusion Capital wins 2018 Ethical Business Award

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Fusion Capital won the 2018 Ethical Business Award during the Executive Leadership Network (ELNET) Ethics Conference and Awards ceremony held at a Nairobi hotel on June 29.

The theme for the 2018 conference was “Value-Based Leaders Impacting Society” which
culminated with an awards ceremony, where Businesses that uphold ethical practices
and Company Heads leading with integrity are recognised. The award is issued by ELNET after rigorous selection among other companies based on a scientific assessment that leads to the ELNET Mark of Ethics Award.

The purpose of this award is to transform business culture by entrenching ethical practices in Kenya by taking companies and individuals through rigorous ethical scientific assessment. This assessment covers all aspects of the business including staff, board, competitors, and suppliers, among others. For the leaders, the scope includes family, friends/associates, organizational leaders, colleagues among others. ELNET awards the ‘ELNET Mark of Ethics’ when the leader and/or the business attain an average score of 80% (factoring all categories).

“It is an incredible achievement to emerge the best from the many entries this year and we are greatly humbled. It is especially great to be recognized as an Ethical leader running an ethical business in these times where issues of corruption are rampant. This award does not by any means suggest that we are a perfect company and that we have not erred before, it means we are committed to being ethical and running an ethical business ” said Chief Executive Officer Daniel Kamau, who was also awarded in the same event as the 18th ELNET Ethical Leader.

“I believe that this will not only help improve our service delivery to our customers by delivering high quality service, but will also raise a truly great company whose success will go on to outlive me, and which will contribute significantly to the holistic transformation of our nation,” he concluded.

The event was also attended by KenGen Rebecca Miano, KCB COO Sam Makome, Transnational Bank CEO Sammy Lang’at, Laikipia West MP Patrick Mariru and
Mentoring expert, Dr Chip Kingsbury from Daystar University.

These leaders spoke about the cost of graft on the economy and they are doing to be ethical role models as they shared their insights and own experiences in good governance and ethical leadership

Speaking during the ceremony, ELNET Coordinator Dr Tim Kiruhi said: “We are pleased to have honoured Fusion Capital and their CEO, for the second time. It shows that the company has maintained its ethical standards at the wake of corruption reports plaguing the public sector. We long for the day that every public and private company in Kenya will adhere to Ethical Practices and we believe that this is achievable”

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