Sterling membership is open to a selected 12 - FTSE 100 companies listed on the London Stock Exchange, representing different sectors in Kenya. This membership category is by invite only.


The British Chamber of Commerce Kenya sterling members include;


Safaricom provides voice, data, financial services and enterprise solutions for a range of subscribers, small businesses and government, using a variety of platforms.

As the biggest communication company in East and Central Africa, Safaricom delights over 26.6 million subscribers, providing over 200,000 touch points for its customers and offering over 100 different products under its portfolio.

Listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange and with annual revenues in excess of Kshs 150 Billion, Safaricom invested Kshs 32.13 billion in infrastructure this year, providing over 80% of Kenya’s population with 3G coverage and providing 2G coverage to 95% of Kenyans. Safaricom has harnessed its proprietary fibre infrastructure to build a dedicated enterprise business, which provides managed IT services to clients in the East African region.

Safaricom also pioneered commercial mobile money transfer globally through M-PESA, the most successful service of its kind anywhere in the world.  Launched in March 2007, M-PESA now has over 24 million customers and over 114,000 M-PESA Agent outlets countrywide.



 We are one of the world’s most respected design, engineering and project management consultancies. We build long-term trusted partnerships to create a world where lives are enriched through the implementation of our ideas.

Atkins was founded in the UK in 1938 and today employs more than 18,000 people worldwide, with an annual turnover of $2.6 billion. Our 2,500 staff in the Middle East support regional clients in the property, rail, infrastructure, advisory services and energy sectors for more than 40 years.

Our multidisciplinary capability equips us to address the economic, social, physical and environmental aspects of development in a fully integrated manner. We have undertaken work for national, regional and local institutions in both the public and private sectors.

Atkins has an established international reputation for innovation, professional excellence and technical expertise and is staffed by an unrivalled range of highly qualified and experienced people with the skills to deal with most aspects of the natural and built environment. By taking a sustainable approach, we also ensure that every project we undertake will deliver long-term benefits to the communities in which we operate.

Atkins has been recognized by the industry through multiple international awards given for the business, projects and our people.

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Barclays has operated in Kenya for over 100 years. Financial strength coupled with extensive local and international resources have positioned Barclays Bank of Kenya as a top provider of financial services in the market.

With an extensive footprint of over 119 outlets and over 220 ATMs spread across the country the bank boasts of years of superb financial performance that has built confidence among the Bank’s shareholders, as well as a reputation as one of the leading blue chip companies on the Nairobi Stock Exchange. The bank also has robust Internet and Mobile Banking platforms as well as a 24/7 call centre that offers superior service to all customers.The bank whose goal is to build not only a sustainable, trusted business, but a business which customers and clients consider as the first choice for answers and solutions- provides a full spectrum of solutions ranging from personal banking, credit cards, corporate, investment banking, wealth and investment management to its customers across the country.

The bank’s purpose is to help people achieve their ambitions – in the right way.

For further informationabout Barclays, please visit our website here 













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Standard Chartered Bank Kenya Limited was established in 1911 with the first branch opened in Mombasa Treasury Square. The Bank was listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange in 1989. The public shareholding is just over 25% (remainder held by Standard Chartered), and comprises about 30,000 shareholders. We have a total of 39 branches spread across the country, 98 ATMs and more than 1800 employees.

We offer a variety of local and foreign currency accounts, both deposit and loan, to our customers. We have a diversified portfolio cutting across select sectors that include business services, manufacturing, wholesale and retail trade, transport and communication, real estate, agriculture, energy and water. Our Target segments are mainly corporate clients, government and government agencies, commercial clients and high net worth individuals.

Standard Chartered Bank Kenya Limited hosts the regional Shared Service Centre hub supporting the Bank’s technology operations in Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Botswana and South Africa on a real time basis.

Standard Chartered Bank Kenya has achieved a number of firsts in the Market: first bank in Kenya to be awarded the ISO 9002 certification in technology systems, first ATM Automated Banking Centre in Kenya and for 24-hour convenience, first to introduce unsecured Personal Loan, First to introduce Priority Banking facilities in Kenya for more affluent customers amongst others.

Driven by the refreshed strategy, which is highly focused on the three clients segments and supported by the five products groups, Standard Chartered Bank Kenya continues to perform strongly in its chosen niches.

For further informationabout Standard Chartered, please visit our website www.sc.com/ke



KPMG International

KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services. We operate in 152 countries and have more than 189,000 people working in member firms around the world. The independent member firms of the KPMG network are affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative (“KPMG International”), a Swiss entity. Each KPMG firm is a legally distinct and separate entity and describes itself as such.

Member firms’ clients include business corporations, governments and public sector agencies and not-for-profit organizations. They look to KPMG for a consistent standard of service based on high order professional capabilities, industry insight and local knowledge.

Our people embrace KPMG’s values. These values determine how we interact with clients, with each other and with the world around us. They define what we stand for and how we do things.

At KPMG we try to create sustainable, long-term economic growth, not just for our member firms and their clients  but for the broader society, too. We seek to be a good corporate citizen, making a real difference to the communities in which we operate.

KPMG Africa

KPMG has a notable ‘African Footprint’ and is well used to serving clients across the continent. The firms are structured into clusters that are aimed at facilitating efficiency in how we work with our clients on the continent. These clusters are West Africa, East Africa, Southern Africa, Francophone and Angola. Angola is specially individualised due to its use of the Portuguese as the official business language.

We have 33 firms servicing 54 countries across the continent offering a full range of Audit, Tax and Advisory Services. With this coverage KPMG is able to draw from a pool of resources with a wide range of skills and experience, enabling us to provide high quality services to our clients. We are also able to offer coordinated services where the client is represented in different countries. These countries operate as a cohesive region and serve our clients in the French-speaking African nations. KPMG has licensed offices in Angola, Egypt, Morocco, Libya and Tunisia. Although these practices do not form part of KPMG Africa there are excellent working relationships in place with professionals in these offices through the KPMG network. The rest of Africa is covered by KPMG through a practice within the region. By undertaking assignments in neighbouring countries, we demonstrate our ability to serve our clients’ needs wherever they operate in Africa

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At PwC, our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems. We’re a network of firms in 157 countries with more than 223,000 people who are committed to delivering quality in assurance, tax and advisory services. Find out more and tell us what matters to you by visiting us at www.pwc.com

In Africa were the largest provider of professional services with close to 400 partners and over 9000 people in 34 countries. This means that we’re able to provide our clients with seamless and consistent service, wherever theyre located on the continent.

Our in-depth knowledge and understanding of African operating environments enables us to put ourselves in our clients shoes to offer tailored Tax, Assurance and Advisory solutions for every business challenge. Realising the appeal of the continent as an investment destination, our dedicated Africa Desk provides assistance to organisations looking to expand their presence in Africa.

In East Africa, our member firms in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Tanzania work to build trust in society and solve important problems. Our in-depth knowledge and understanding of operating environments in the region enables us to put ourselves in our clients’ shoes and offer truly tailored Tax, Assurance and Advisory solutions to unique business challenges.



De La Rue provides the products and services that help our customers to keep their economies, populations and products secure. We have spent the last 200 years developing the knowledge, experience and expertise necessary to make this possible. We work with governments and commercial organisations across the globe to deliver the tools and foundations needed to create trust in society and its institutions – by supporting financial transaction and inclusion and through the secure free movement of people and goods.

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Who we are

East African Breweries Ltd (EABL) is East Africa’s leading branded alcohol beverage business with a collection of beer, spirits brands and adult non-alcoholic drinks.

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EABL’s Operations in East Africa

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                     • EABL Group - Head Office
                     • Kenya Breweries Ltd
                     • Uganda Breweries Ltd
                     • Serengeti Breweries Ltd (Tanzania)
                     • East African Beverages South Sudan


          1. EABL is a regional business with presence in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, South Sudan, Rwanda and Burundi.

          2. We are a fully integrated business that operates 3 brewing plants, 2 distillers and a barley and malting facility.

          3. EABL is cross - listed in Nairobi, Kampala and Dar es Salaam securities exchanges.







EABL’s Operations in Kenya

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Today there are still millions of people without access to basic healthcare, thousands of diseases without adequate treatments and millions more people who suffer from everyday ailments. At GSK we want to change this.

As a global healthcare company, we take on some of the world’s biggest healthcare challenges.

By delivering a sustainable business, we provide health benefits to patients and consumers, improved shareholder returns as well as supporting wider society.

We have three world-leading businesses that research, develop and manufacture innovative pharmaceutical medicines, vaccines and consumer healthcare products.

We are committed to widening access to our products, so more people can benefit, no matter where they live in the world or what they can afford to pay.



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RB’s roots stretch back over 150 years. Building our solutions around consumer needs using cutting-edge science has shaped our history of strong financial performance coupled with social responsibility.

We believe theres a better way to do business – we like to call it betteRBusiness. Socially, environmentally and financially, we act responsibly and sustainably. We believe passionately in doing things the right way, and we believe the better way helps us deliver high quality products that touch consumers each and every day. Health is no longer just the absence of illness, it’s being able to lead a fitter and happier life. Our responsibility is to help people achieve this, while making the right kind of social and environmental impact. That’s what we call betteRBusiness.

We’re truly global. We have operations in over 60 countries worldwide, on 6 continents with over 37,000 employees. Our products are trusted in most markets across the globe.

In Kenya, we are present over 50 years with flagship brands like Dettol, Mortein Doom, Harpic, Jik, Airwick, Strepsils, Durex, Gaviscon and Veet.

For further information about RB, please visit our website www.rb.com



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Vivo Energy Kenya announced its name change from Kenya Shell in February 2013 following the completion of acquisition in November 2012. Vivo Energy Kenya serves all market segments from retail to commercial customers with a full range of products – automotive fuels, lubricants, aviation fuels, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and black fuels.

The company offers a full portfolio of Shell’s differentiated fuels (including Shell V-Power, Shell FuelSave Unleaded and Shell FuelSave Diesel), supported by the Shell Fuel Card, through Shell-branded retail outlets across the country. Other products on offer include the Shell range of automotive and industrial lubricants, Illuminating Kerosene, Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) under the Afrigas brand, and Jet fuel and Avgas under the Vitol Aviation brand.

The Shell brand has been in Kenya since 1900. Today, under Vivo Energy, it is one of the country’s most sought-after fuel and lubricant brands, operating an extensive retail network; major bulk oil storage terminals in Nairobi and Mombasa; aviation services at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Wilson Airport, Mombasa International Airport and Malindi Airport; and a lubricants blending plant in Mombasa.

Vivo Energy Kenya operates an extensive retail network; having major bulk oil storage terminals in Nairobi and Mombasa; aviation services at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Wilson Airport, Mombasa International Airport and Malindi Airport; and a lubricating oil blending plant in Mombasa

The company is also renowned for its high-impact Community Investment Programmes, whose aim is to create lasting social and economic benefits in the communities. The three themes of our community investment programme are Road Safety, Education and Environment.

The company also has an enviable safety record. Mombasa terminal achieving more than 6.6 million hours since the last recordable incident and the Nairobi terminal achieving 3.1 million hours since last recordable incident.

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