Statutory and Regulatory disclosures
Fidelity gender pay report
At Fidelity, we are committed to complying with the UK government’s requirement to publish the gender pay gap for UK employees.
Modern slavery statement
Our investment process takes modern slavery, human trafficking and other environmental, social and governance ('ESG') issues into account.
Pillar 3 Disclosures
Referred to as Pillar 3 disclosures, we publish this information to allow external parties to assess the capital adequacy of the organisation.
Country-by-Country Reporting Disclosure
As required, we publish certain information on a consolidated basis for each country where we have a subsidiary or branch.
IA Enhanced fund charges and costs disclosure
This document is produced in accordance with guidance issued by the Investment Association (IA) to Fund Managers.
Our whistleblowing policy
We encourage employees and clients to raise concerns about illegal or improper conduct through our whistleblowing hotline, managed by a third-party.
FIL UK tax strategy
At Fidelity, we believe high standards of corporate responsibility make good business sense and have the potential to protect and enhance investment returns.
How we manage your cash
The way we manage cash you have in your account will depend on what account(s) you hold with us. The link below has more information on where we hold cash, current interest rates and charges on cash.
Omnibus and individual account segregation
Platform providers, such as Fidelity, are expected to offer customers a choice of omnibus and individual account segregation.
Our Supplier Code of Conduct
This document outlines the values and behaviours Fidelity expects of its suppliers and highlights communication channels which suppliers can use to discuss issues relating to working with Fidelity.
Preparing for transition from IBORs to Risk Free Rates
We have created some FAQs to explain our approach to the transition to Risk Free Rates.