This statement is made by euNetworks Holdings LP, the ultimate parent company of the euNetworks group of companies and is published in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015 which requires organisations with global turnover exceeding £36 million who conduct business in the UK to publish a Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement via a link on their websites. The Board of euNetworks GP LLC, which is the general partner of euNetworks Holdings LP, noted that the Home Office statutory guidance for a statement should cover six key areas: (a) Organisation structure and supply chains. (b) Policies in relation to slavery and human trafficking. (c) Due diligence processes. (d) Risk assessment and management. (e) Key performance indicators to measure effectiveness of steps being taken. (f) Training for staff. euNetworks is a Western European provider of bandwidth infrastructure services, headquartered in London with local offices across Europe. euNetworks’ business and supply chain is assessed as having no or negligible risk of slavery and human trafficking. Accordingly, it is not considered necessary to take any further steps by way of elimination or risk management. Employees and contractors are engaged in accordance with local laws and regulations and euNetworks has zero tolerance to slavery and human trafficking. This statement was approved by the Board on 12 June 2019 and is for the financial period ending 31 December 2018.