Wimbledon Logistic Services

Anti-Corruption Policy


Wimbledon Logistic Services recognizes that conduct by individuals outside of a particular jurisdiction can have legal implications within the jurisdiction. Corruption poses serious legal, commercial and reputational risks to Wimbledon Logistic Services’s business.



This policy is applicable to Wimbledon Logistic Services and its wholly and majority owned entities, and also to entities over which it is able to exercise effective control, as well as to all directors, employees, officers and authorised representatives.



Corruption is the abuse of entrusted power for private and usually commercial gain. Wimbledon Logistic Services takes a zero-tolerance approach to corruption and is committed to carrying out business fairly, honestly and openly and without improper

influence. Wimbledon Logistic Services does not, either directly or indirectly, through intermediaries or other third parties, solicit, receive, offer, promise or provide any financial or other advantage of material value or otherwise exercise improper influence

in its dealings with other businesses, or with government or public officials with the intention of obtaining any improper advantage in the conduct of its business. All Relevant Persons are required to comply with this policy and are responsible for

ensuring that Wimbledon Logistic Services’s business is undertaken with the utmost integrity with regard to the following matters:


Fraud and extortion

Wimbledon Logistic Services prohibits the direct or indirect demand for or acceptance of any advantage, through deception or otherwise, which is used for a Relevant Person’s or Wimbledon Logistic Services’s benefit.



Wimbledon Logistic Services prohibits all forms of bribery. Bribery is the direct or indirect offering, promising, giving, accepting or soliciting of a financial or other advantage that results in an activity being performed improperly. The advantage may have been offered or received, or the improper performance undertaken, directly or indirectly (for example, via a customer, agent, intermediary or supplier). The improper activity may be connected with Wimbledon Logistic Services’s business (including the activity of employees or third parties working on behalf Wimbledon Logistic Services) or with the functions of government or other public bodies.


Facilitation payments

A facilitation payment is payment of a bribe to a government or public official to secure or expedite the performance of a routine action to which the payer is entitled.


Gifts, entertainment (hospitality) and expenses

The provision or receipt of any gift or entertainment, or the incurring of any expenses, is not permitted where it is offered or received in exchange for a business or other improper benefit, creates (or may create) any sense of “obligation”, influences (or could influence, in any way) business judgement or creates (or may create) a conflict between a Relevant Person’s personal interests and those of Wimbledon Logistic Services or is otherwise illegal. Any activity that could be perceived as having any of the above effects is also prohibited.


Third parties

Wimbledon Logistic Services is aware that its reputation may be damaged by the conduct of third parties acting on its behalf or by others with which it does business. As such, it is not acceptable for a third party acting on Wimbledon Logistic Services behalf to act in a way, which would breach this policy


Interaction with government officials and lobbying

Wimbledon Logistic Services does not, directly or indirectly through intermediaries or other third parties, offer, promise or provide any financial or other advantage or otherwise seek to exercise improper influence in its relations with government or public officials in order to obtain any improper advantage.


Charitable contributions and sponsorships

Wimbledon Logistic Services makes charitable contributions and offers sponsorships for the purposes of socio-economic development or linked to cultural or sporting activities and not for improper business purposes. Charitable donations and sponsorships must not be perceived as being given for improper purposes. When a charitable contribution or sponsorship is proposed, it must be transparent, documented, made in accordance with applicable law and assessed for compliance with this policy.

Conflict of interest


Relevant Persons must avoid conflicts of interest and are expected to perform their duties conscientiously, honestly and in accordance with the best interests of Wimbledon Logistic Services. Relevant Persons must not abuse their position, misuse confidential knowledge for personal or third party gain.



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