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Greensill Capital Modern Slavery Act 2015 Statement

for year ending 31 December 2018

This statement is made pursuant to Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 on behalf of Greensill Capital (UK) Limited (“Greensill”), to whom the requirements apply.

Our Business

Greensill is the market-leading provider of working capital finance for companies globally.  Greensill uses the financial markets to unlock capital on terms that fit the requirements of our clients.

Our Statement

As a business we are committed to operating responsibly and to the highest standards of ethics and integrity.  Greensill does not tolerate any form of slavery, human trafficking or other similar work environments or practices and is committed to maintaining and improving the processes it has in place to help ensure that these abuses do not occur in its own operations.

We also expect the same high standards from our contractors, suppliers and other business partners – we will not work with anyone or organisation that has been or is found to be knowingly involved in modern slavery.

Policies and Controls

We will continue to provide the necessary resources and investment to ensure that our policies and procedures are up to date, relevant and understood.  We will also endeavour to ensure that all our employees, contractors, suppliers and other partners are informed about, understand, and support our values and policies.

Due Diligence and Risk Management

Greensill uses a risk-based approach to assess suppliers and service providers for continued compliance and improvement.  The process of risk management is implemented through a framework of policies, procedures and internal controls. Greensill adopts a Three Lines of Defence model to manage risk, which ensures appropriate responsibility is allocated across the business.

Board Approval

This statement was approved on the behalf of the Greensill Board of Directors by:

Director:  Alistair Eadie

Date: 28th March 2019

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