Modern Slavery Statement

This statement was last updated on: January 20, 2023.


This statement is made in accordance with Section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes Tasman Group Holding B.V., and all affiliated entities’, slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year commencing January 1, 2023 and ending December 31, 2023.

Tasman Group Holding B.V. dba Nordic Global (Tasman) is committed to preventing acts of modern slavery and human trafficking from occurring within both its business and supply chain, and requires those same high standards from its suppliers.


Tasman is an healthcare consulting firm and a trusted advisor to healthcare systems, connecting strategy through to IT execution. Tasman is the parent company of, among others, Tasman Group Limited.

Our principle operating subsidiary in the UK is Tasman Group Limited dba Nordic Global that offer a broad spectrum of advisory services, such as EHR implementation, optimization, data & analytics, managed services, population health, revenue cycle transformation, and affiliate extension solutions, including mergers and acquisitions. We help improve the health of their patients and businesses while shaping the future of healthcare.

Tasman has business operations in the USA, Europe, Middle-East and Asia.

To find out more about the nature of our business, please click here at


As a provider of professional consulting services, we do not have a long or complex supply chain. Our main suppliers are providers of office supplies, IT services and equipment, facilities management and niche consultancy services. The majority of our supply chain are based in the countries in which our offices are based.

We consider that the risk of modern slavery within our organisation and our supply chain is a low risk due to operating in the professional consulting services sector and the countries in which our businesses are based. However, we are not complacent about the risk of modern slavery - we are committed to ensuring modern slavery does not occur within both our business and our supply chain.



Tasman believes that combating modern slavery and working ethically is important. We therefore have the following principles in place to support this:

  • Equal Employment Opportunities;
  • Affirmative Action;
  • Anti-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment;
  • Workplace Violence;
  • Anti-Retaliation;
  • No forced labour is used;
  • We ensure all employees are eligible to work via independent pre-employment verification;
  • We are committed to paying the Living Wage (which is above the UK Government determined minimum wage) to our people;
  • All our employees are consulted and supported to share their views on our policies, procedures and working practices;
  • We provide a safe working environment for all our employees; and
  • We have a whistleblowing procedure in place.


We also strive to partner with suppliers that adhere to similar principles.


Following Nordic Global’s review of our actions this financial year to prevent slavery or human trafficking from occurring in our business or supply chains, we intend to take the following further steps to tackle slavery and human trafficking: (i) communicating our statement to employees and suppliers and (ii) keeping the statement under yearly review.

This statement was approved by Tasman’s board of directors and signed by Kieran Hughes in his capacity of President.

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