Market Capitalisation £493.39M

Picton Property Income Limited entered the UK REIT regime on 1 October 2018 and became a commercial company. As such Picton is outside the scope of AIFMD and is not required to produce a Key Information Document (KID) under PRIIPs.

Modern Slavery Statement

This statement is made on behalf of Picton Property Income Limited and its subsidiaries (‘Picton’, or the ‘Group’),
pursuant to Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the ‘Act’) and constitutes Picton’s modern slavery and human
trafficking statement for the year ended 31 March 2019.

Picton is a UK Real Estate Investment Trust established in 2005. It owns and actively manages a diversified portfolio
of UK commercial property, comprising 49 assets and with around 350 occupiers. Picton is listed on the main market
of the London Stock Exchange. For the year ended 31 March 2019 Picton had revenue of £48 million and employed
an average of 11 people.

We have in place a framework for conducting business across the Group, in a way that makes a positive contribution
to society, whilst minimising any negative impact on people and the environment.
Picton’s supply chain consists of suppliers directly and indirectly engaged to manage the properties owned by the
Group and professional services providers. All of these suppliers are engaged in the UK and the Channel Islands, and
as such the risk of exposure to modern slavery is considered to be low.

Our Commitment

Picton is fundamentally committed to ensuring that there is no slavery or human trafficking in our supply chains or in
any part of our business. We expect high level of standards within our business and similarly from our suppliers.

Our Approach

Picton is committed to taking appropriate steps to ensure slavery or human trafficking does not take place through
our supply chains. We work with suppliers who share our commitment to these values. We have established
procedures to review all of our suppliers to confirm that they have similar values to our own.

We have a number of policies and procedures in place that promote a culture in line with the objectives of the Act.
These are set out in our Employee Handbook, and include:

  • Whistleblowing
  • Equal opportunities and diversity
  • Harassment and bullying
  • Gifts, inducements and entertaining
  • Anti money laundering
  • Discipline and grievances
  • Personal account dealing
  • Health and safety
  • Privacy

Picton will not purchase goods or services from any organisation that is found to be engaging in human trafficking or
assisting slave labour.

Picton has an occupier focused approach to management of its portfolio, and aims to develop close relationships
with its occupiers. We have clauses in our standard leases that prohibit any activities that do not comply with statutory
requirements, including the Act.

We have established a Responsibility Committee which reviews and monitors compliance with all relevant legislation
and to make recommendations regarding our responsible conduct of business.

This statement was approved by the Board on 26 September 2019.

Michael Morris
Chief Executive
26 September 2019

Occupier focused, Opportunity led