Yuno Anti-Slavery Policy

Policy Statement
Yuno is committed to combating slavery and human trafficking and to acting with integrity in all its
dealings, relationships, and supply chains.
This policy applies to all persons working for us or on our behalf in any capacity, including all Yuno
workers (see definition below), agents and business parties. Yuno has a strict policy of prohibiting any
direct or indirect uses of modern slavery to the advantage of the company.

‘Yuno workers’ – This includes, but is not limited to; employees, directors, contractors, advisors, board
members, investors, shareholders, and any individuals or entities acting for, or on, our behalf.

Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking
Modern slavery is a term defined in the UK’s Modern Slavery Act 2015 and encompasses slavery,
servitude, forced or compulsory labour, bonded or child labour, and human trafficking for personal or
commercial gain. Human trafficking is where a person arranges or facilitates the travel of another person
with a view to that person being exploited.
We recognise that modern slavery and human trafficking are criminal offences and violations of
fundamental human rights. We are aware that such exploitation may take various forms and could be

Yuno requires all its workers, agents and any business parties, to support and adhere to the following
measures to safeguard against modern slavery:

  • We have a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery and human trafficking in our organisation
  • Under no circumstances shall there be any engagement in, facilitation, or failure to report any
    activity that might lead to, or suggest, a breach of this policy.
  • Prevention and detection is the responsibility of all those working for us, with us, or on our
  • Any persons working for us, with us, or on our behalf must, without delay, report any suspected
    modern slavery or human trafficking to Management, or, where any member of the
    Management is suspected to be involved, to the Board.
  • Suspecting persons should also report the matter to local law enforcement should it not be dealt
    with expediently by the Management or Board or should appropriate steps not be taken.
  • Yuno workers reporting any such matters are encouraged to maintain confidentiality and
    anonymity where possible.
  • Where the Yuno Management or Board suspects any individuals or organisations engaging in,
    facilitating, or remaining complicit in modern slavery or human trafficking practises, appropriate
    action must be taken, including criminal prosecution and immediate termination of business


Yuno fully supports the UK government’s objectives to eradicate all forms of modern slavery and human
trafficking and we will continue to work to the highest levels of ethical standards to ensure this in all our
business undertakings.

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Paul Conway Founder & CEO

With over 15 years immersed in the property sector, Paul’s expertise is unparalleled. From his beginnings as a developer in Chelsea to pioneering the innovative Yuno property compliance model, his journey showcases a deep understanding of the industry’s intricacies.

Having been a slave to the beast of responsibility & liability, Paul decided to partner with property legal professionals & experts to create a platform that would empower all with the knowledge and means to set themselves free once and for all. With Yuno, you’re not just complying; you’re thriving.

Steve Simons Financial Director

With his Chartered Accountant background and extensive experience in corporate finance, private equity, and real estate, Steve plays a pivotal role as our Financial Director and Advisor. His financial acumen is invaluable in shaping Yuno’s financial strategies and ensuring sound financial governance. 

With over 25 years of experience, Steve’s insights and guidance are instrumental in driving Yuno’s financial success.

Russell Cole Advisor CTO

With over 15 years of professional experience spanning diverse sectors, from law enforcement to fintech, Russell brings a wealth of knowledge to our team.

In 2016, Russell’s entrepreneurial spirit led him to raise an impressive $8 million for the establishment of Paymenta, a cutting-edge platform specializing in foreign exchange and remittances.

Russell is a proud graduate of Oxford, where he earned his PGDip in Software and System Security. His expertise and passion for technology make him an invaluable asset to Yuno, ensuring our platform remains at the forefront of innovation.

Lori Thompson Boardmember & Advisor

Lori brings over two decades of expertise in estate agency and the private rental sector to the Yuno team. 

As a valued advisor, Lori plays a crucial role in shaping Yuno’s compliance solutions, ensuring they meet the needs of our clients in an ever-evolving industry. Her wealth of knowledge and commitment to excellence make her an integral part of our mission to simplify compliance in property management.

David Smith Lawyer

David’s legal prowess in property litigation, property regulation, and data protection is unparalleled. His extensive experience, especially in matters concerning residential tenancies and agencies, makes him an invaluable asset to Yuno. 

With a keen eye for new legislation and obligations, David excels in advising and litigating complex property issues. He has a knack for finding innovative solutions within existing laws to tackle unique client challenges.

Kate Faulkner OBE Advisor – Industry Figure

With a proven track record of nurturing businesses and an in-depth understanding of consumer behaviour in relation to property, Kate is a true industry figure. Her insights and expertise are invaluable to Yuno’s mission.

Kate’s dedication to improving the property industry aligns perfectly with our goals, and her guidance helps us continually evolve to meet the needs of property professionals and consumers alike.