Respect for Human Rights is a fundamental value for Transaction Capital, and we strive to protect and promote Human Rights in accordance with the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in our relationships with our employees, suppliers, funders and customers. We understand that while it is the role of government in each country to protect human rights through adequate laws and policies, as a good corporate citizen, we play a constructive role by identifying our own impact and taking intentional steps to protect and promote Human Rights and to prevent Human Rights violations.
In delivering our mission to provide shared value to all of our stakeholders, we at Transaction Capital recognise the rapidly changing global context and risks posed by environmental and social impacts, particularly climate change. The physical effects of climate change and environmental degradation, as well as the transition to a low-carbon and more circular economy drive financial risk. We also recognise the imperative for sustainable development in order to build a prosperous and resilient society.
Transaction Capital is committed to ethical business practices in South Africa and other countries in which it operates. Transaction Capital is committed to complying with applicable Anti-bribery and Corruption laws. Transaction Capital is also committed to continuously conducting its business with integrity and with proper regard for ethical business practices.