Modern Slavery Act Statement
MJ Hudson Group plc (“MJ Hudson”) opposes slavery and human trafficking in all its forms. MJ Hudson is below the Modern Slavery Act 2015’s (the “Act”) turnover threshold that requires a mandatory statement to be published. This is therefore a statement that seeks to comply with section 54 of the Act on a voluntary basis.
In this voluntary statement the term “modern slavery” is used to encapsulate slavery, servitude, forced or compulsory labour and human trafficking.
MJ Hudson is a solutions provider to the asset management industry, specialising in the fast-growing private markets segment, including private equity and venture capital.
MJ Hudson is office-based and its primary supply chain categories support its office operations. Supply categories include office-space and services, the provision of security and cleaning services, IT and technology, professional services and business travel. MJ Hudson looks where possible, to its third-party suppliers to adhere to appropriate standards.
MJ Hudson staff are encouraged to raise concerns – whether in relation to, organisational, supply chain or other issues – about suspected unethical behaviour. This approach is supported by a whistleblowing framework that helps provide a mechanism for anonymous reporting. Accordingly at the date of this voluntary statement MJ Hudson is not aware of occurrences of modern slavery in its organisation or its supply chains.
Chief Operating Officer