FRIENDS’ Consult Limited Overview
FRIENDS’ Consult Limited (FCL) was incorporated in 1997 as a limited liability company to provide financial, business and general consultancy services. Since incorporation, the company has served scores of corporate and individual clients in diverse sectors, ranging from private-sector companies, local and international Non-Governmental-Organizations (NGO), aid agencies, and Government projects.
FRIENDS’ Consult Limited (FCL) was incorporated in 1997 as a limited liability company to provide financial, business and general consultancy services.
Contributing towards sustainable private sector-led economies
Helping our clients excel through high quality solutions in business and related socio-economic sectors
Our Corporate Values
- Integrity and transparency
- Honour and respect for all persons
- Customer delight
FRIENDS’ Consult Brief Profile
FRIENDS’ Consult Limited (FCL) is an innovative, client responsive consulting firm that started operations in October 1997, with the vision of “contributing towards sustainable private sector-led economies and the mission “helping our clients excel through high quality innovative solutions in business and related socio-economic sectors.”
FRIENDS’ Consult Limited has for the past 19 years undertaken numerous assignments for Governments, SMME’s, private companies, NGOs, and donor / development agencies at the national, regional and international level. Due to our continuous quest for quality, the firm attained ISO certification and has for four consecutive years (2013 – 2016) been rated by KPMG and the Daily Monitor among the Top 100 mid-sized SMEs in Uganda. All work accomplished by FCL has received responses like “excellent” from our clients, owing mainly to our approach of delivering solutions and high level of professionalism and quality assurance.
With over 80% of FCL’s projects having been undertaken in rural / pro-poor finance, the company has built a track record in delivering solutions to its customers and enjoys close relationships, trust and confidence in the regional market with governments, development partners and other stakeholders.