Fourfront Group Limited and each of its subsidiary companies (together “Fourfront”) is fully committed to compliance with the Bribery Act 2010.
The Bribery Act sets out various offences including bribing another person, being bribed, bribing a foreign official and a commercial organisation failing to prevent bribery.
Whilst an individual may be imprisoned for up to 10 years as a result of an offence, fined, or both, an organisation can also be fined with its managers imprisoned for up to 10 years. Fourfront’s policy applies to all directors, employees, consultants and anyone else representing Fourfront in any capacity.
Fourfront will not tolerate bribery in any form and strives to ensure that bribery and corrupt practice are absent from its business. Key to this is that we will not make or receive any payments that are illegal to secure business or gain any advantage. Our policy makes it clear that our business must be conducted in a professional and ethical way and we have in place internal systems to prevent bribery or corruption. Fourfront seeks, where possible, to ensure that all clients and organisations we work with have and operate a bribery policy no less stringent than our own.
Fourfront will act in an open and ethical manner in all transactions and welcomes any queries from parties involved.
The Modern Slavery Statement 2016/17 has been published by Fourfront Group in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015. It sets out the steps taken by Fourfront Group during year ending 31st December 2016 to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking in our business and supply chains.