Modern Slavery Policy

Our company remains committed to being a responsible business and recognising the importance of tackling the risk of modern slavery.

We are committed to the welfare of our employees with regard to terms of pay, working hours, working environment, health & safety and general wellbeing.

We will not knowingly allow violations of basic human rights or employment practices by, or against, any of our employees. This also extends to our supply chain.

As a professional service provider, we do not believe that the financial services industry is recognised to be a key risk sector. Our employees work in roles that are primarily office-based and/or generally require specialist training and qualifications. We have therefore assessed our risk, in terms of practices which might be considered to comprise modern slavery and deem it to be low.

We fully support the principles contained within the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Labour Organisation Core Conventions on labour standards.