In January 2006 The Convention on Business Integrity (CBI) joined the BAAC network as the Nigerian partner. CBI is a leading private sector anti-corruption initiative in Nigeria that promotes a peer-based accreditation system within the private sector. Top Nigerian companies are signatories to the CBI.

BAAC was officially launched in June 2006 in Lagos and was endorsed by President Obasanjo at the West Africa Investment Forum held the same month.

BAAC is a strategy to strengthen corporate governance programmes and build corporate support for the CBI, thus improving business leadership - including company principles, their enforcement and reaching the supply chain.

Many large companies in Nigeria have codes that guide businesses in transacting according to a company's declared values, which need to be understood by the supply chain. CBI encourages the link between a company's reputation and its supply chain.

BAAC Nigeria members are:

  1. United Nations Office on Drugs And Crime (UNODC)
  2. Nigeria Economic Summit Group (NESG)
  3. Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (Man)
  4. Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industries, Mines And Agriculture (Naccima)
  5. Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI)
  6. Nigerian Association of Small Scale Industrialists (Nassi)
  7. Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN)
  8. Technical Unit on Government Anti-Corruption Reforms(TUGAR)
  9. Transparency in Nigeria
  10. Africa Leadership Forum
  11. Institute of Directors (IoD)
  12. MTN Nigeria Communications Limited
  13. Promaconas International Ltd
  14. Coalition for Change(C4C)
  15. Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC)
  16. Bureau for Public Service Reforms(BPSR)
  17. Consumer Protection Council (CPC)
  18. Public Complaints Commission (PCC)
  19. Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC)
  20. Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB)
  21. Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)
  22. Servicom
  23. Federal Inland Revenue Services(Firs)
  24. Zain Nigeria Limited
  25. Nestle Nigeria Plc
  26. Oando Plc
  27. Coca Cola Nigeria Plc
  28. Seven Up Bottling Company
  29. Guinness Nigeria Plc
  30. Unilever Nigeria Plc
  31. Cadbury Nigeria Plc
  32. National Union Of Food, Beverage And Tobacco Employees (NUFBTE)
  33. United Bank for Africa
  34. Central Bank of Nigeria
  35. Chartered Institute of Bankers
  36. Securities and Exchange Commission
  37. Standard Organisation of Nigeria
  38. National Agency for Food Administration and Control (NAFDAC)
  39. Julius Berger Nigeria Plc
  40. Nigeria Employers' Consultative Association (Neca)
  41. Enhancing Nigeria Advocacy for Better Business Environment
  42. Siemens Nigeria
  43. National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (Nupeng)
  44. National Union of Textiles, Garment and Tailoring Workers of Nigeria
  45. Trade Union Congress of Nigeria
  46. Promacidor Nigeria Plc
  47. Access Bank
  48. Federal Ministry of Commerce And Industry
  49. United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
  50. United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO)
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The Convention On Business Integrity

3rd Floor, Rear Wing, Theodolite House
306, Ikorodu Road
Anthony - Lagos

Tel: +234 1 791 5712; 473 8689

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