Modern Slavery Act 2015

Modern Slavery Act 2015

Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement

This statement is made pursuant to Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the “MSA”) and sets out the steps CHEQ has taken to address the risk of slavery and human trafficking taking place within our own business and supply chains during the financial year of December 31st, 2022.

For the purposes of this statement, slavery is defined as anyone held in slavery or servitude, the use of forced or compulsory labor, and human trafficking as defined in the MSA.

Our Business

CHEQ operates a market leading CDP and Privacy solution. Our UK operation is based in London, England. CHEQ also has operations based in the U.S., Japan, and Israel, as well as maintaining supplier/contractual/operational relationships in a range of jurisdictions considered low risk on the global slavery index, including Europe.

Responding to the Modern Slavery Act

As a business we are committed to operating responsibly and ethically. Part of this commitment includes taking steps in order to prevent slavery and human trafficking from occurring within our own business.

Our Supply Chains

CHEQ’s supply chain consists of technology providers and professional service solutions and is committed to ensuring, as far as possible, that suppliers adhere to the same high standards of ethics that it embraces.

Policies in Relation to Slavery and Human Trafficking

It is our intention that CHEQ employees are made aware of our commitment to the Modern Slavery act and our desire that they work in accordance with the act. CHEQ operates a “Freedom to Speak Up: Whistleblowing Policy” where staff are encouraged to report any risk related to unethical behavior.


Our employees are encouraged to report any potential signs of slavery, human trafficking, or other human rights abuses to a member of the senior leadership team or our Chief Legal Officer. Our employees are also aware of their rights and the protection offered by our separate Freedom to Speak Up: Whistleblowing Policy should they wish to report any concerns via this channel.

Risks of Slavery and Human Trafficking

Because of the nature of our suppliers and their locations and their own practices, our risk regarding the Modern Slavery Act has been defined as low. However, per our commitment, this will be continually reviewed. This approach will ensure that appropriate key supplier due diligence checks are in place.


We have a continued commitment to ensure our employees adhere to ethical behavior and is included as part of our induction to all our employees.