Privacy Policy - Use of Personal Data

Financial Institution - Long Form

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Privacy Policy for Financial Institution. This can also be drafted as a Notice on Use of Personal Data. This is drafted in Long Form.

1. We may collect the data of customers and other individuals in connection with the purposes set out in this Policy. These customers and other individuals may include the following or any of them (collectively "you", "your"):

· applicants for banking or financial services;

· persons giving or proposing to give guarantees or security for obligations owed to us;

· persons linked to a customer or an applicant that is not an individual, including the beneficial owners and officers of that customer or applicant, or in the case of a trust, including the trustees, settlors, protectors and beneficiaries of the trust; and

· other persons who are relevant to a customer's relationship with us.

2. If the data requested by us is not provided, we may be unable to provide (or continue to provide) products or services to you or to the relevant customer or applicant linked to you.

3. Data may be:

(i) collected from you directly, from someone acting on your behalf or from another source; and

(ii) combined with other data available to members of our Group ("Group" and any "member of the Group" means the Company and/or its affiliates, subsidiaries, associated entities and any of their branches and offices).

Document Type:

Terms and conditions / policy / form

Category:

Business > Banking and Finance > Banking / Account Opening Form

 
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