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Modern Slavery Act Statement (UK)

(pursuant to Section 54 of the United Kingdom Modern Slavery Act 2015)

Mapletree UK Management Limited is committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our supply chains or in any part of our business. Our Modern Slavery Act Statement below has been approved by the board of directors on 11 August 2023 and signed off by Mr Wan Kwong Weng, a director, on 11 August 2023.  

(a)   Organisation structure and supply chain

Mapletree UK Management Limited manages UK assets held via special purpose companies/entities or private funds. For a description of our organisation structure and businesses, please refer to the latest Annual Report.

Our UK office is located at: WestWorks - 4th Floor, 195 Wood Lane, London W12 7FQ .

(b)   Policies in relation to modern slavery and human trafficking 

To ensure that our values and ethics are upheld throughout our supply chains, as and when material supply contracts are entered into or renewed, we review whether our suppliers have adequate safeguards against modern slavery or human trafficking.

In addition, to reinforce a culture of good business ethics, we have a Whistleblowing Policy to encourage the reporting, in good faith, of any suspected improper conduct, including possible infringements of applicable labour, modern slavery and human trafficking laws, while protecting genuine whistle-blowers from reprisals. Please see our Whistleblowing Policy page and for queries or to make a report, please write to

(c) Due diligence processes in relation to modern slavery and human trafficking

When entering new supply contracts, we carry out an onboarding process on our suppliers and contractually require such suppliers to comply with the Modern Slavery Act 2015. Suppliers are required to certify via a Vendor Declaration Form that they comply with applicable legislative and regulatory requirements which will include those relating to modern slavery. 

(d) Risk assessment and management 

We have taken a risk-based approach to identify products and services within our supply chain that could post a risk for modern slavery and human trafficking and this is supported by our policies and processes mentioned above.