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Modern Slavery Act

Wonga is committed to ensuring there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in any part of our business or supply chain.

We recognise that modern slavery exists in many forms across many industry sectors and have in place robust policies to, firstly, ensure that slavery and trafficking does not take place within Wonga’s own operations and secondly, so that we can seek to identify any risks of it occurring with our direct suppliers and further down our supply chain.

Our Values led culture emphasises our ongoing responsibility to do the right thing, ensuring that everyone who works for Wonga, benefits from a working environment in which their fundamental rights and freedoms are respected.

Structure of Wonga

Wonga is one of the leading Consumer Credit lenders in its respective markets. The Wonga Group has business’s operating in the UK, South Africa, Spain and Poland and has c.500 employees across the Group.

Wonga Group oversees the risks within the businesses and its suppliers and ensures appropriate monitoring is undertaken to demonstrate compliance with applicable rules and regulations as well as internal standards.

Our Policy and Training

Adherence to Wonga’s Statement of Integrity and Employee Policy is mandatory for all Wonga employees.

These documents confirm our zero tolerance approach to modern slavery and ensure we take any allegations of misconduct seriously.

We also operate a Whistleblowing Policy which encourages our employees to report any concerns or issues of wrongdoing and safeguards them from any retaliation.

Wonga has in place mandatory training which is designed to support employees in understanding their moral, legal and regulatory obligations.

Supply Chain and Due Diligence

Our supply chain entails the purchasing of goods and services that support the operation of our business. Consumables purchased include office supplies, marketing materials, IT equipment and services such as cleaning, and office fixtures and fittings.

All suppliers are required to comply with our internal standards as well as relevant laws and regulations.

In 2016, our contractual terms were amended to include direct warranties and undertakings relating to compliance with the Modern Slavery Act.

Suppliers are subject to risk based due diligence and ongoing monitoring.

This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes our statement for the financial year ending 31 December 2016.

Approved and signed by the WDFC UK Limited Board on 26th April 2017.

Tommy Jordan

Tommy Jordan
UK CEO