Whistleblowing

Whistleblowing is the term used when a person passes on information concerning wrongdoing, such as fraud. The wrongdoing is typically (though not necessarily) something they have witnessed at work.

Our Whistleblowing Policy provides protection for individuals who make such disclosures in good faith and explains how these will be investigated.

Prior to reporting your concerns please ensure you read the Whistleblowing Policy and Whistleblowing Guidance.

If you are uncertain about using the Whistleblowing Policy or if it is the right one please read our short guidance note on Raising Concerns (which includes information on bullying and harassment).

Report your concerns

Whistleblowing is handled by the Corporate Fraud Team who work in conjunction with Internal Audit. Please use any of the following to report concerns:

Providing contact details for any whistleblowing allegation helps us clarify information and request evidence to support the investigation if required. Concerns raised anonymously will be considered but this will depend on the credibility of the information provided as seeking further information will not be possible.