22 May 2018
This statement is made in accordance with section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the “Act
”). It sets out the steps taken by Seven Investment Management LLP (“7IM
”) to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking (“Modern Slavery
”) taking place both within 7IM and its supply chains for the financial year ending 31 December 2017.
As 7IM is a provider of financial services, our supply chains are more straightforward in comparison to providers of other goods and services and we therefore believe that the risk of Modern Slavery within them is low. Nevertheless, we recognise the importance in combating Modern Slavery and our responsibility to take steps to tackle the issue.
We have several policies and procedures in place which help us to detect any potential Modern Slavery both within our business and in our supply chains, such as an anti-money laundering policy and an anti-bribery policy. We also encourage our staff to report any concerns under our whistle blowing policy and they receive regular training relating to our applicable policies. We review our third party suppliers and, where appropriate, we ask such suppliers entering into agreements with us to comply with all applicable legislation, including the Act.
As part of our ongoing commitment to combat Modern Slavery we will continue to re-evaluate our policies and procedures over the forthcoming financial year to see where further anti-Modern Slavery steps can be taken. This may include continuing to develop our staff training programme to make sure that employees’ awareness of Modern Slavery and associated issues is kept up to date. We will also review on an ongoing basis our relationships with both existing and new suppliers to see what steps can be taken to help reduce the risk of Modern Slavery occurring in our supply chain.
7IM is a limited liability partnership and this statement has been approved by 7IM’s members in accordance with its governing procedure.
For and on behalf of 7IM