Compliance statements | UK Acts and Legislation

Bribery Act 2010 ("Act")

Statement of policy from Brand Energy & Infrastructure Services UK, Ltd. (trading as Brand)

Brand is committed to maintaining the highest level of legal and ethical standards in the conduct of its business affairs and accordingly will:

  • not sanction corrupt behaviour in any circumstances
  • not engage in bribery in any of its activities
  • not tolerate the acceptance of bribes in any of its activities
  • apply restrictions to the giving and receiving of gifts and hospitality.

Brand has therefore adopted a zero tolerance approach to bribery and corruption and this approach will apply to its:

  • employees, officers or directors and anyone they authorise to do things on their behalf;
  • representatives and other third parties who act on its behalf
  • suppliers; and
  • customers (e.g. they might try to induce an officer or employee to give them more favourable terms).

Brand provides regular, relevant training to all its employees in the UK and overseas on how to implement and adhere to its Anti-corruption Policy which includes but is not limited to training in relation to the Act. 

Brand’s position on bribery and corruption is simple: we conduct our business to the highest legal and ethical standards.  We will not be party to corruption or bribery in any form and it is for this reason we have brought this statement to your attention to ensure that all parties that we do business with comply with its principles and obligations so that we all remain untainted by bribery and corruption.  


UK Gender Pay Gap

Fairness is critical to everything we do at Brand, and that extends to our people. Brand team members’ experiences should be based on what they do, and not who they are.  At Brand, we are committed to improving the experiences of our team.

UK Gender Pay Gap Reporting

The UK government has introduced a new regulation to raise awareness of the gender pay gap — the difference in average pay between men and women in society or in an organisation.  All companies with 250 or more employees in the UK must publicly disclose their own gender pay gap figures annually by comparing the average pay for all men to the average pay for all women, without accounting for job type, tenure, location or performance ratings.  We welcome every new effort to increase transparency, and accountability, and today we’re publishing our UK figures.  

Brand UK’s Gender Pay Gap Data

Brand has published the gender pay gap data on the UK government’s website, and the link to this data is below.
UK Gender Pay Gap Data

I confirm that the data reported is accurate.
James Maskell
Financial Controller UK


Code of Conduct

High standards of integrity are fundamental to the way we do business. These standards are outlined in our Code of Contact available for download here.


UK Modern Slavery Act 2015 Policy Statement

Find out below how we are committed to a zero tolerance policy regarding modern slavery and human trafficking, and how we ensure that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our supply chains or in any part of our business.


Tax Strategy

In common with many international businesses, we have a responsibility to other interested parties in addition to our shareholders, which includes relevant tax authorities. As a result, we have a duty to ensure that we comply with the fiscal regulations in those territories where our presence or activities create a tax responsibility.

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