Modern Slavery Statement 2020

In September 2016 the Danbro Group pledged our commitment to ensuring that Modern Slavery of any kind would not be tolerated within any of our operations or supply chain (our supply chain being anyone that provides a product or service to us). By the time of issuing our first Modern Slavery Statement we had already introduced policies and controls to enable reports to be made and action taken.

Our Organisation Structure and Supply Chains

The Danbro Group comprises trading entities that provide accountancy, payroll and financial services to contractors, freelancers and SME’s within the UK. Our supply chain consists of recruitment agencies, other service professionals, general office suppliers, banks and utilities providers.

Policies in Relation to Slavery and Human Trafficking

Our Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy reflects our commitment to acting ethically and with integrity in all our business relationships.

Due Diligence Processes

  • Identifying those who may be vulnerable, as reported by front line workers, and check on them
  • Ensuring that our systems and processes keep employee and client information secure, accurate and auditable
  • Ensuring that all employees are paid at least the National Minimum Wage or National Living Wage and that we NEVER work with businesses who try to avoid this
  • Compliance with Agency Workers Regulations which seeks to ensure no worker is paid less than a comparable directly employed individual doing a similar role
  • Updating Danbro’s Anti-Money Laundering checks in line with new legislation which includes:
    – 2017 Money Laundering Regulations
    – 2002 Proceed of Crime Act (POCA) as amended by the Criminal Finances Act 2017
    – Terrorism Act 2000 as amended by the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001
    – Other anti-terrorism legislation

Risk Assessment and Management

  • Centrally investigating, recording and alleviating all concerns received about Modern Slavery
  • Raising awareness to those in our supply chain of their obligations in this regard
  • A dedicated compliance team to properly investigate grievances and complaints, as well as driving up quality standards

Key performance indicators to measure the effectiveness of steps being taken

To be developed

Training on Modern Slavery and Trafficking

  • An induction programme for all new starters that includes Modern Slavery training
  • Our Anti-Money Laundering training is included in our induction training for new employees and forms part of our mandatory annual refresher training programme

In addition, the Danbro Group continue to be proud of our charitable support. Most significantly we underwrite the administration costs of Operation Orphan, a charity dedicated to supporting and protecting vulnerable children and orphans in the UK and across the world. If you would like to learn more about the excellent work that Operation Orphan does, or wish to get involved, please visit

Since 2016 we have achieved a greater understanding and awareness of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking across the Group and strive to do our bit to make the world a safer, more hospitable place for everyone. A world in which people can support themselves and their families, be paid fairly for the work they do without fear of harm or threat of harm.

Our focus this year will be to:

  • Increase awareness of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking through our supply chain by refreshing our message
  • Continue to support and assist Operation Orphan to protect vulnerable children and orphans both in the UK and abroad

This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes our Group slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ending 31st March 2020.