This statement outlines the actions taken by Eiger Regulatory Partners to recognise, understand and manage the potential modern slavery risks to our business and to ensure as best as we can, that there is no human trafficking or slavery in our activities or supply chain. We are committed to continually improving our processes and procedures to ensuring a robust approach is in place.
Organisation Structure & Supply Chains
Eiger Regulatory Partners is a small London-based recruitment and consulting business that works with a broad mix of clients ranging for example from global investment banks to start-up FinTechs. Our supply chain consists of a range of contracts with external suppliers. We do not tolerate human trafficking, modern slavery or forced labour from any supplier within in our supply chain. All vendors must be compliant to the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015 (MSA).
If we suspect a vendor to not be aligned to the MSA, a review will take place and if we determine they are in violation, they will cease forthwith to supply goods and services to our business. We also include ESG-aligned risk assessment screening to ensure a wider consideration set is assessed when onboarding and reviewing supplier contracts.
Internal processes, policies and procedures are there to ensure there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our supply chain. We request suppliers to self-certify their compliance to MSA. We expect our team to report any modern slavery or human trafficking concerns or information, confidentially or otherwise, that they may have with regards to firms on our supplier list. We will conduct due diligence immediately upon receiving such concerns and take appropriate action based upon our findings with regards to whether the supplier contract is terminated or maintained.
We consider it vital to ensure that our supply chain is kept under ongoing review and that risks are monitored and flagged accordingly. Our suppliers, regardless of scale, are an extension of our business services and we will not tolerate their non-alignment to MSA. We continually assess and consider the risk associated with our supply chain and the impact their actions have on not only our own business’ reputation but on global society and the environment.
As a small business we have regular discussion around managing our supply chain relationships. We pro-actively share amongst our team intelligence gained via industry or media articles which pertain to modern slavery and human trafficking. This constant informal learning helps all to understand and be better prepared to identify potential signs of slavery and human trafficking within our supply chain. Some of our team hold or are currently studying towards various ESG certifications.
At Eiger Regulatory Partners we will always to be looking to ensure that our suppliers are not involved in modern slavery or human trafficking practices. We do not tolerate and will not tolerate any such behaviour from our supply chain vendors.