Modern Slavery Act Transparency Statement

This statement sets out the steps Central Bullion Ltd has taken to comply with the United Kingdom Modern Slavery Act 2015.

Central Bullion Ltd specialises in recycling and trading precious metals for industry and investment.

We have many types of supply from around the world.

We consider and carry out checks on all of our supply chains throughout our business operations which includes perceived and inherent supply chain risks such as, and not limited to:

We are fully committed to ensure that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our metals and materials supply chains, outsourced services or in any part of our business operations.

We are totally committed to acting ethically, with integrity and with respect in all aspects of our business and make every effort to implement and enforce effectively all systems, operations and controls to ensure modern slavery and human trafficking does not take place anywhere in our business and our supply chains.

We ensure the appropriate right-to-work documentation for staff including temps, interns and placement staff.

We have a supply chain review framework for risk, non-compliance, problem identification, education and legal undertakings where appropriate.

All metals, materials suppliers and service providers are required to attest in writing that they have carried out a thorough review of their business operations and their supply chains and have taken all necessary steps to mitigate exposure to the risk of modern slavery or human trafficking.

All company staff and supplier chain staff can confidentially report to us any suspected illegal or unethical behaviour.

We will continue to regularly review and update our business procedures to detect any perceived supplier compliance and risk changes.

Paul Gill

CEO, Central Bullion Ltd