The terms “RBI Associates” (“RBI”), as used herein, shall mean and include any and all subsidiaries, parent or sister corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships or other entities or entity controlling, controlled by or under common control with said company, including, but not limited to RBI Associates.
This notice, in summary form, is intended to tell you where we obtain
Information about you and who has access to it once it is received by RBI.
Source of Information.
The information gathered about you primarily originated directly from documents that you provided us. Such information came from forms that you complete in order to receive our services and in the records that we keep pertaining to each transaction. In addition, we maintain records of each of your transactions and holdings.
Third Party Sharing of Information.
RBI does not sell client information. Client information derived from the aforementioned information source may be provided to outside parties under the following conditions:
RBI considers its clients and all information it receives from the clients to be confidential, unless the clients state otherwise. Client information will only to be handled in the manner described in this notice. RBI restricts access to information about its clients to those employees and authorized agents who need to know specific information to effectively deliver products or services to that client. RBI has instituted measures to ascertain confidentiality of its clients’ information in compliance with federal standards.
- 1. Processing to facilitate client business. E.g. Transmission of an account and transactional information to the client’s custodian. By agreement, third parties in this case are prohibited from using information about the client beyond the specified purpose.
- 2. As required or permitted by law or regulation. E.g. responses to a subpoena, court order or regulatory demand.
- 3. As authorized by Client. Client may, on occasion, direct RBI to provide specific information to a third party.
Clients are free to ask RBI about information with regard to client financial privacy.