The Zenith Group has delayed publishing our annual modern slavery transparency statement in order to align with our financial year. Whilst we have delayed publishing this statement, all existing controls and procedures continue to be developed and matured; for example third-party management and employee training. We have had zero incidents, allegations, or reports of modern slavery within Zenith or our supply chain.
Our next full statement will be published on 1st April following the end of the 2022 financial year on 31st March 2022. This statement will provide a full breakdown of the steps we have taken since our last statement towards ensuring that slavery and human trafficking are not taking place either in our organisation or our supply chain.
The statement will include the same sub-sections as our previous statements and be broken down into:
- Our organisation
- Our supply chain
- Our policies
- Our approach to assessing and managing risk
- Our due diligence processes
- Our training
- Our effectiveness in combatting slavery and human trafficking.
The Zenith Group includes Zenith Vehicle Contracts Limited, Provecta Car Plan Limited, Leasedrive Limited, ZenAuto Limited, Contract Vehicles Limited, Contract Vehicle Fleet Services Limited, Contract Vehicles Rentals Limited and Zenith Remarketing Limited (“We”, “Us”, “Our”).
Chief Financial Officer