SLAVERY AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING STATEMENT 2018

Introduction

This statement is made on behalf of Impact Money Group Limited (Impact) (the "Company") pursuant to section 54, Part 6 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the act) and sets out the measures that Impact are taking to combat slavery and human trafficking in their business and supply chains.

Our Structure and Business

The Company is Registered in England with registered number 2661757. The Company’s registered address is at Fairwinds, Lyons Road, Slinfold, West Sussex RH13 0RY.

The Company acts as a mortgage broker, advising on Mortgage Products and associated non-investment protection. Impact also acts as a mortgage packager in helping 3rd party brokers by providing potential mortgage solutions for their clients.

Our Policies on Slavery and Human Trafficking

The Company’s success depends not only on our technical ability, but also on our employees and wider workforce acting ethically. We are committed to complying with the applicable financial regulations and conduct rules that are prevalent in our industry, and to creating a fair and transparent working environment within our business. This is demonstrated by our ‘Whistle blowing Policy’, and the terms set out in our Employee Handbook.

We expect the same of our material suppliers and focus on developing relationships with these suppliers based on transparency. Although our material suppliers operate independently and on occasion in different industries, we recognise that their actions can impact our reputation. As such, we strive through our procurement processes and third-party supplier policies to select suppliers that share our values and demonstrate a commitment to the highest professional standards and ethical conduct in their business dealings. Our Board of Directors oversee our procurement process.

Due Diligence

The nature of the Company’s business is such that our material supply chain consists primarily of professional services suppliers: such as solicitors, administrators, surveyors, storage facilities, office supplies and technology providers, substantially all of which are based in or operating from the United Kingdom. Consequently, we consider our supply chain to be low risk with regards to such relationships and ‘modern slavery’ and do not consider any further action to be necessary as an immediate next step to mitigate the risk of "modern slavery" in the supply chain.

We have not identified any areas requiring immediate action with regard to such relationships beyond our regular procurement diligence processes and our internal third-party supplier policies.

We are, however, committed to taking all appropriate steps to mitigate the risk of slavery or human trafficking taking place in our supply chain. We regularly review our procurement and supply chain management procedures with a view to further reinforcing this commitment.

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"To be the mortgage provider, distributor and packager of choice; most preferred by our partners and most regarded by our customers."