Modern Slavery – RSM Australia Statement

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Modern Slavery – RSM Australia Policy

Last updated: June 2022

This policy applies to all Partners, Principals, employees and contractors of the Firm as well as other representatives of our business or of any business in our supply chain.

The objective of the Modern Slavery Policy is to affirm our commitment to ensuring that modern slavery is not occurring within our operations or supply chains. In addition, this policy outlines our approach towards reducing the risk of modern slavery in our operations and supply chains, and aims to ensure all parties understand and are aware of considerations, obligations, requirements and risks associated with modern slavery.

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Modern Slavery – RSM Australia Statement

Revised: June 2021

RSM Australia is subject to the Commonwealth Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Act), which commenced on 1 January 2019.

In accordance with the Act, our first annual modern slavery statement has been formally submitted to the Australian Border Force. 

This statement covers the financial period from 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2021, and sets out the steps RSM Australia is taking to ensure modern slavery is not taking place within its business or its supply chains.

RSM Australia is committed to social and environmental responsibility. It continues to be committed to working ethically, lawfully and with integrity in all business relationships. This includes a commitment to ensuring that modern slavery is not occurring within its operations or supply chains. RSM Australia’s Partners and staff are expected to act with integrity and to respect others, as this forms part of the firm’s core policies and key values which are set out in the full statement.

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Modern Slavery – RSM Australia Statement

Revised: June 2019

RSM Australia is subject to the Commonwealth Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Act), which commenced on 1 January 2019.

In accordance with the Act, our first annual modern slavery statement has been formally submitted to the Australian Border Force.

This first statement covers the financial period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020, and sets out the steps RSM Australia is taking to ensure modern slavery is not taking place in its business or in its supply chains.

RSM Australia is committed to social and environmental responsibility. We are committed to working ethically, lawfully, and with integrity in all business relationships. This includes a commitment to ensuring that slavery is not occurring within our operations or supply chains. Our Partners and staff are expected to act with integrity and to respect others, as this forms part of our firm’s core policies and key values.

DOWNLOAD THE FULL STATEMENT HERE


The previous RSM Australia Interim statement from October 2020 can be viewed here.