The project is convened and resourced by CCLA and overseen by an Advisory Committee that brings together investors, academics and NGOs to share knowledge, set targets and monitor the progress of the initiative.

 

Advisory Committee

Peter Hugh Smith
Chief Executive, CCLA - Chair
Phil Bloomer
Executive Director, The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
Paolo Camoletto
Chief Operating Officer, Diocese of Westminster (on behalf of the Church Investors Group)
James Corah
Head of Ethical and Responsible Investment, CCLA
Emma Crates
Prevention Lead, Office of the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner
Matt Crossman
Stewardship Director, Rathbone Brothers
Chris Cummings
Chief Executive, The Investment Association
Arianne Griffith
Rights Lab Senior Research and Policy Fellow, University of Nottingham
Gill Lofts
Partner, Financial Services – Wealth & Asset Management, EY
Loretta Minghella
First Estates Commissioner, Church Commissioners
Martina Macpherson
President, Network for Sustainable Financial Markets
Paul Newton
International Advocate, International Justice Mission
Bettina Reinboth
Head of Social Issues, Principles for Responsible Investment
Elaine Mitchel-Hill
Business and Human Rights Lead, Marshalls PLC
James Cockayne
Head of Secretariat, Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking

The Advisory Committee meets twice per year and is kept up to date on the project’s development through regular reporting.

Andrew Adams, CCLA’s lead on Modern Slavery, will exclusively focus on delivering the project. He will provide the secretariat and deliver the programme on a day to day basis.

The project is supported by:

Principles for Responsible Investment
The Investment Association
The Business and Human Rights Resource Centre
KnowTheChain
The University of Nottingham’s Rights Lab
The Church Investors Group
Church of England National Investing Bodies
Rathbones
The Network for Sustainable Financial Markets