Our Ethical Policy
Our ethical policy is at the core of our approach to our business
At PKF in Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda we aim to ensure that we maintain the highest level of professional integrity with our clients, our staff, professional regulators and others with whom we interact. This means that in all our dealings we aim to exceed the regulatory standards by which we are required to operate. We take great care to ensure that client confidentiality, our objectivity and our independence are hallmarks of everything we do.
PKF in Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda also seeks to support the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) through its business practices. The core requirements of the UDHR include freedom from torture, unjustified imprisonment, unfair trial and other oppression, along with freedom of expression, religion and political or other representation.
Therefore PKF in Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda will not provide support or work with businesses or organisations which:
- fail to uphold basic human rights within their sphere of influence
- are involved in the manufacture or transfer of armaments to oppressive regimes
- are involved in the manufacture of torture equipment or other equipment that is used in the violation of human rights
PKF in Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda also advocates and supports the Fundamental International Labour Organisation Conventions. These are the most widely-accepted standards for minimum labour rights and cover the use of under-age or forced labour.