Don’t launder money

09 Money laundering

By following standard processes and being transparent in all our financial activities we can make sure we earn all our revenue in ethical and legal ways.

Three key things

1

We carry out all financial activities in a transparent and ethical way

2

We don’t engage in deals that involve unconnected parties, unusual payment methods or abnormal terms and conditions

3

We carry out due diligence on third parties before entering into any business deal

Definitions

Money laundering is a term used to describe the process by which criminals disguise the original ownership and control of the proceeds of criminal conduct by making such proceeds appear to have come from a legitimate source.

Do the right thing

We are careful to carry out all financial activity transparently and ethically.

This means we never:

  • Deal with suspected criminals
  • Assist with the acquisition or control of criminal property
  • Falsify or destroy relevant documents
  • Engage in deals that involve unconnected parties, unusual payment methods or abnormal terms and conditions
  • Engage with current or potential customers, or suppliers, in an extravagant or unprofessional way

Carry out all deals and financial activity with complete transparency and in line with standard processes.

Always:

  • Report suspicious transactions and potential or actual money laundering
  • Carry out due diligence on third parties before entering into a business deal

Find out more

You can raise concerns or report potential misconduct by contacting Group Ethics and Compliance or your local Ethics and Compliance Officer.

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