Seccl Technology Limited is a private limited company, incorporated in England and Wales with registered number 10237930. The Registered Office is at 20 Manvers St, Bath, BA1 1JW (Seccl, We or Us). Seccl Custody Limited, a subsidiary company (also incorporated in England and Wales with registered number 10430958), is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Seccl has offices in England only.
Services and Supply
The services Seccl utilises itself are office based and its supply chain in relation to services consists on the whole of other regulated professional services (Banks, Broker-dealers, Cloud Service Providers). Seccl considers these to be very low risk in relation to slavery and human trafficking so takes no specific action in respect to these relationships.
Seccl provides a range of services within the structure of financial technology. Seccl does not advise on or manage client investments on their behalf but facilitates this activity by providing regulated third parties with the necessary investment software. Seccl Custody provides regulated services, in the form of safeguarding of client money, securities trading, access to investment products (accounts) which include ISAs and GIAs.
Given what Seccl understands to be a low risk profile of anyone supplying us with services being involved in slavery and/or human trafficking, we believe our current procedures and ability to rely on regulatory oversight in relation to professional services are sufficient in this regard.
In terms of goods supplied to Seccl, the majority of goods will be goods for use in an office environment. Given what Seccl understands to be a low risk profile of suppliers of goods, no specific training is provided or undertaken by Seccl staff in relation to these matters.
Training of Staff
Seccl provides employees and management with training on a range of compliance matters which would include their obligations under the Modern Slavery Act 2015, particularly in relation to mitigating risks within supply chains.
This statement is made pursuant to the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes the Seccl Group slavery and human trafficking statement. It was approved by the Seccl Board in February 2022.