Modern Slavery Statement

Last Updated: January 2021

SilverRail is a travel technology company with offices in London, Boston, Stockholm and Brisbane. SilverRail powers global rail with its next generation retailing and distribution platform, spanning the full customer experience. Every year, it handles more than 1 billion online rail searches each year, distributes tickets for more than 35 providers and carriers and serves more than 1,500 corporate customers worldwide.

Pursuant to Section 54 of the UK Modern Slavery Act of 2015, SilverRail Technologies Inc and its subsidiaries provide the following statement:

SilverRail respects human rights and workplace rights and is committed to conducting its business in a manner that protects these rights, and prohibits and opposes all forms of modern slavery, servitude, forced labor and human trafficking.

An overview of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (UK) and other supporting documents can be viewed here.

Policies and Practices

Code of Conduct

Our Code of Conduct provides the standards of integrity that SilverRail requires all of its directors and employees to follow. It is our commitment to act ethically and with integrity in all our business relationships, including respecting human rights and workplace rights, opposing modern slavery and human trafficking of any kind, as well as providing guidance on how to report any violations of our Code of Conduct. We endeavour to maintain business relationships with agents, independent contractors, consultants, and other business partners that are similarly committed to our principles, values and expectations.

Travel Suppliers and Third Party Vendors

Whilst SilverRail’s business does not extend to operating trains or travel agencies, it is conscious of the supply chain and industry context in which it operates. We endeavour to maintain business relationships with travel suppliers and third-party vendors that are committed to respecting human rights and workplace rights.

Consistent with our ongoing review of our business practices, and as the understanding of and approaches to address the complex issues of modern slavery and human trafficking develop, we expect to further refine our policies and practices where necessary and to assess areas for collaboration with our suppliers through which we can work together to further mitigate the risks of modern slavery within our businesses and supply chains.


SilverRail respects and values its employees. To ensure that our employees are not subject to undue influence and are treated fairly and with respect, we have human resource policies and procedures, as well as recruitment processes, in place across all of our operations.


SilverRail endeavours to maintain clear communication channels for employees, should they to raise concerns without fear of retaliation. Employees can confidentially report any concerns, which may include concerns relating to modern slavery and human trafficking. These reports are then investigated in accordance with company policies and procedures.

This Statement was approved by the Board of Directors of SilverRail Technologies Inc.

Caroline Thompson

Chief People Officer

On behalf of the SilverRail Technologies Inc. Board of Directors