Your gateway into Kenya

Promoting trade & investment links between Kenya and Great Britain



Benefits of Becoming a Member

Networking
Powerful networking sessions with key UK and Kenyan organisations
Information
Information on market access into Kenya and partnership with the UK
Advocacy
Advocacy on key business barriers and challenges
Marketing
Marketing growing your business through member to members offer and discounts
Connections
Connections to government and private sector

DIT promotes and finances international trade and investment

The Business Integrity Initiative (BII) is a joint initiative of the UK Department for International Development (DFID), the UK Department for International Trade (DIT) and the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) that is being run by the British Business Association of Kenya / British Chamber of Commerce of Kenya (BBAK-BCCK). It is mainly targeted at small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) because smaller businesses tend to be more vulnerable to bribery and corruption abroad, face specific challenges when exporting and need tailored support. 


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Enabling your business growth with Integrity

The costs of bribery outweigh the benefits in the long run. At BCC, we provide practical support for companies to help prevent bribery and corruption when doing business overseas.

Recent Briefings

30 Percent Local Shareholding Requirement

With effect from 15 June 2016, when the second and last part of the Companies Act, 2015, (the Act) came into force, foreign companies seeking registration in Kenya are required under section 975 (2) (b) of the Act, to ensure that at the time they are m...

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Parliament Passes Motion

On 30 August 2016, during the debate on the Finance Bill, 2016 the National Assembly unanimously passed a motion to delete the 30% shareholding requirement for foreign companies. The Finance Bill subsequently passed its third reading in the National As...

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Kepsa Legislative Update Upload

A bill that seeks to introduce amendments to the Insurance Act has been submitted to stakeholder consultation. The amendments seek to give effect to proposals announced in the Budget for 2016/2017.

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