Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement

Schroders has a corporate responsibility to respect human rights, whether in our role as an employer, as a buyer of goods and services, when carrying out our fiduciary duties as a provider of financial services or as an investor in companies. Our culture of integrity and doing the right thing for all of our stakeholders means that we do everything we can to prevent any form of modern slavery from taking place in our business, supply chain and investments. Modern slavery is a complex and multi-dimensional issue and requires a considered and thorough approach. We are committed to continually improving our systems and processes so that we are purposeful in our actions.

The 2021 Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement has been approved by the Boards of Schroders plc, Schroder Investment Management Limited, Schroder & Co. Limited, Schroder Unit Trusts Limited, Schroder Real Estate Investment Management Limited, Schroder Investment Management North America Limited, Schroder Pension Management Limited, Schroder Australia Holdings Pty Limited, Schroder Investment Management Australia Limited, Schroder Administration Limited and Schroder Corporate Services Limited and will be reviewed and updated annually.

For our 2020 Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement, please click here.

For our Group Human Rights Statement, please click here.

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