This statement has been prepared for Prevail Partners Ltd and its subsidiaries pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the “Act”) in respect of the financial year from 01 February 2024 to 31 January 2025.

Prevail Partners Ltd and its subsidiaries are committed to ensuring modern slavery does not exist in its organisation or supply chains. We constantly strive to develop policy and procedures to manage the way we obtain our goods and services to keep our supply chains robust. To date we have had no reports of modern slavery within our organisation nor our supply chains.

Under section 54 of the Act, commercial organisations that supply goods or services, carry on business in the UK and meet the annual turnover threshold of at least £36m from the provision of goods and services must publish an annual slavery and human trafficking statement. Modern slavery is a crime and a violation of fundamental human rights. It takes various forms, such as slavery, servitude, forced and compulsory labour and human trafficking, all of which have in common the deprivation of a person’s liberty by another in order to exploit them for
personal or commercial gain.

Prevail Partners Ltd is the leading security risk management and intelligence company. Prevail Partners Ltd aims to be a responsible corporate citizen and to take into account environmental, social and governance issues that have real and quantifiable financial impacts over the long-term for Prevail Partners Ltd. Longterm responsibility and sustainability are integrated into Prevail Partners Ltd business model and shareholder value creation framework and in the way Prevail Partners Ltd conducts its business, serves its clients, and gives back to the
communities in which Prevail Partners Ltd and its clients live and work.

Given the nature of the services we offer, Prevail Partners Ltd believes the risk of involvement in modern slavery and human trafficking is low.

Steps taken to ensure modern slavery is not taking place in our organisation or supply chains include the following:

We have a robust recruitment and onboarding process with multiple checks built in to ensure all individuals employed by Prevail Partners Ltd have the right to work in the UK, are paid a fair salary in compliance with all relevant rules and regulations and are not subjected to human trafficking or forced labour.

Further, we maintain a reputation for conducting our business activities in the highest ethical and professional manner. All staff are expected to comply with Prevail Partner’s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics which sets out basic principles designed to guide our employees, officers, and directors. All staff, officers, and directors must conduct themselves in accordance with this Code and seek to avoid even the appearance of improper behaviour. Our staff have a personal responsibility to immediately report illegal or unethical behaviour.

We pride ourselves on our reputation for conducting our business activities in the highest ethical and professional manner and we expect our suppliers to adhere to these same standards and principles. Prevail Partners Ltd has in place a Supplier Code of Conduct & Ethics, updated in 2023, which details our expectations of our
suppliers in relation to human rights, inclusion & diversity, environmental sustainability, and ethics.

All new suppliers are required to confirm they abide by our Supplier Code of Conduct & Ethics prior to working with Prevail Partners Ltd. In addition, Prevail Partners Ltd contract templates require suppliers comply with all applicable laws and regulations in the conduct of their business, including modern slavery and notify Prevail Partners Ltd immediately if there have been any potential or confirmed offences relating to human trafficking and/or slavery and required to act quickly to take corrective actions, as appropriate.

We take a risk-based approach and consider the risk of modern slavery and human trafficking occurring within our supply chain to be low. Nevertheless, we continue to seek ways to earn and maintain the trust and loyalty of our partners and clients by adhering to the highest standards of ethical behaviour and fiduciary responsibility.

This statement has been approved by Damian Huntingford, Prevail Partners Ltd Chief Executive Officer, for the financial year ending 31 January 2025.

This statement will be reviewed and updated every year.