The Norwegian Transparency Act entered into force from 1 July 2022 with the purpose of increasing businesses’ respect for fundamental human rights and decent working conditions.
Clarksons Securities AS’ work to ensure fundamental human rights and decent working conditions is integrated into the business and is a part of our core values. Through our core values, we expect that all suppliers and business partners ensure that fundamental human rights and decent working conditions are followed in accordance with the Transparency Act and international and European standards for accountability and human rights.
Clarksons Securities AS has developed a policy to facilitate our due diligence of its own business and of suppliers and business partners in accordance with the Transparency Act, which includes identifying and assessing actual and potential adverse impacts on fundamental human rights and decent working conditions and our duty to provide information to the general public.
Clarksons Securities AS is also covered by the Clarksons group key policies. Both internal and external policies and guidelines are updated regularly.
Clarksons Securities AS shall annually within 30 June publish a report on its considerations under the Transparency Act that have been carried out the last 12 months. The report shall be approved by the Board and be published on our homepage. The first report will be published in June 2023.
If you have questions regarding our work towards ensuring fundamental human rights, decent working conditions and sustainability, please contact us at the following email: email@example.com