Modern Slavery Act - Policy Statement

DLL respects human rights and does not wish to be involved in matters that infringe upon human dignity. These rights comprise of both human rights as defined in international treaties and employment rights, regarding work, the workplace and working relationships.

We are strongly opposed to any form of human trafficking, exploitation or forced labour and expect the same of our customers and business partners.

In 2015 DLL introduced a Global Economic, Social and Governance Policy which provides a framework to identify, manage and monitor such risks connected to the business activities of DLL.

In the UK, a due diligence process has been implemented which checks, amongst other things, that our business partners are not known to be engaged in any activities that are contrary to our global policy.

In 2017/2018 we carried out a Business Partners Due Diligence project in order to identify indicators which would be reason for concern in our partner supply chain. This procedure has allowed us to implement a monitoring plan for those risk areas in our business going forward.

Duncan Hullis
Simon Trudgeon
Vijay Shah

Signed by the Directors of De Lage Landen Leasing Limited
5th December 2018