Thrivent, a not-for-profit membership organisation and member of the International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation (ICMIF) announced this month that it has been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, as one of the 2018 World’s Most Ethical Companies.
Thrivent has been recognised with this honour since 2011 and is one of only five honourees in the financial services industry. According to Thrivent this underscores the organisation’s commitment to leading with integrity and prioritising ethical business practices.
“For the last seven years, Thrivent has been honoured to be named a World’s Most Ethical Company,” said Brad Hewitt, CEO of Thrivent (pictured). “As we serve our members and carry out what it means to be an ethical company through our actions and business practices, we are pleased to be recognised as leaders in setting a standard that we hope will continue to develop within the business community.”
Thrivent is providing to technical support to ICMIF’s 5-5-5 Mutual Microinsurance Strategy in Kenya with local ICMIF members CIC Insurance Group and Takaful Insurance of Africa. Thrivent has also provided financial support to phase II of the 5-5-5 Strategy in India and the Philippines.