AGCO Finance respects human rights and does not wish to be involved in matters that infringe upon human dignity. These rights comprise of both human rights as defined in international treaties and employment rights, regarding work, the workplace and working relationships.
The business is strongly opposed to any form of human trafficking, exploitation or forced labour and expect the same of our customers and business partners.
In March 2019 the business adopted a Modern Slavery Policy bringing together several policies and processes aimed at ensuring that business is conducted in an ethical manner and showing our commitment to being a transparent organisation.
These policies and processes form the first line of defense in the group’s approach to modern slavery.
Code of Conduct: the standard to be followed in regards to rules, responsibilities and values that are expected from all members.
Global Environmental, Social and Governance Policy: a global framework and principles to identify, manage and monitor ESG risk related to all Business relations.
Recruitment: the recruitment checks completed in order to validate the eligibility of workers for UK employment.
Whistleblowing policy: the steps to take when a member wants to raise a concern without fear of repercussion.
Due Diligence: carrying out of appropriate levels of due diligence on both our business partners and customers; including periodic and event driven reviews.
The business performs an annual risk assessment to identify and address potential high risk areas in the supply chain from a modern slavery perspective.
19th March 2019