Broad Oak Motor Group Limited -Anti-Slavery statement this statement, "modern slavery" includes servitude, child labour, human trafficking, debt bondage and forced and compulsory labour. Our company realises that modern slavery is a significant and growing global issue and that no industry or employer can consider themselves immune from the risk of modern slavery. Modern slavery is a crime and a violation of fundamental human rights. We are committed to ensuring that we have appropriate and proportionate procedures to mitigate the risk of modern slavery, whether within our business or our supply chains. We will make enquires of all new suppliers and sub-contractors to ensure they are committed to implementing measures to mitigate the risk of modern slavery. We will, where appropriate, require all new suppliers to express their willingness to comply with the terms of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. We have long standing relationships with many of our suppliers, primarily Nissan, Volkswagen, Kia and Suzuki, the majority of whom operate within the UK, but we do contract with suppliers from or who operate in other jurisdictions. As part of our enquiries of our suppliers, we have considered the commitments that Nissan Motor (GB) Limited, Volkswagen Group United Kingdom Limited, Kia Motors (UK) Limited and Suzuki GB PLC have made to mitigating the risk of modern slavery in their businesses in their respective modern slavery statements and we will continue to keep such activities of these suppliers under annual review. If any of our business partners or suppliers are found to be engaging in modern slavery, we will take immediate steps to address those issues and seek to improve their standards to an acceptable degree. This statement is made on behalf of Broad Oak Motor Group Limited in accordance with section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.Authorised by the board of directors of Broad Oak Motor Group Limited on 01.08.2019.