All LFF Group Companies apply the highest standards of business ethics and adhere to the Group’s anti-bribery and corruption policy.  We do not tolerate bribery or corruption.  

LFF carries out business in an honest, transparent and ethical way.  We comply with applicable laws and regulations in all countries in which we operate.  

Anti-Bribery and Corruption policy

United Nations Global Compact

LFF is a member of the UN Global Compact. As part of this initiative we publish annually our Communication on Progress describing what we have done to align our business practices with the ten principles of the Global Compact. 

LFF is also a signatory to PACI, the Partnering Against Corruption Initiative established by the World Economic Forum.

See our 2022 COP here

Reconciliation Australia

For First Nation peoples, Australia’s colonial history inflicted immense suffering through land theft, violence, and racism. 

LFF Australia is committed to reconciliation, aiming to help heal and build stronger relationships between First Nation peoples and non-Indigenous Australians. LFF Australia has had their Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) formally endorsed by Reconciliation Australia, the lead body for reconciliation in the nation.

See our RAP here

Modern Slavery Act

The sphere of influence of LFF Group in the field of human rights beyond our staff and contractors is limited. We are, nevertheless, committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our supply chains, nor any part of our business. This policy reflects our commitment to act ethically and with integrity in all our business relationships, and to implement and enforce proportionate systems and controls which address the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking.

As part of our efforts to identify and mitigate the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking, we shall:

  • Seek to build long term relationships with our suppliers and highlight to them our expectations of business behaviour
  • Seek to ensure that these entities have suitable anti-slavery and human trafficking policies and procedures in place

We shall not knowingly support or deal with any business involved in slavery or human trafficking.

The Directors take responsibility for implementing this policy and its objectives, and shall provide training and adequate communication throughout LFF to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place within LFF or its supply chains.


We carry out staff training in this area, reinforcing awareness of existing policies throughout the organisation and ensuring all employees know how to report any grievances.

A term of our contracts with suppliers states “Each party to this contract confirms that there is no Modern Slavery or human trafficking in its own organisation and that it has taken appropriate steps to ensure that there is no Modern Slavery or human trafficking in its supply chains.”

See our Modern Slavery policy here