Your Privacy Matters to Us
This section outlines our policy relating to any personal information you might wish to provide us when you visit our site.
Our business has been built on trust between our customers and ourselves. We have a duty to safeguard and keep confidential any information relating to our customers or their financial affairs. Whether it is provided to us in person, over the phone, or while visiting this Site, we will strive at all times to ensure that the information is kept confidential and secure.
We will not collect any personal information that identifies a visitor to this Site individually unless specified otherwise. Your visit to this site will record only the Domain Name Server part of your address and of the pages visited. Such information will be used to prepare aggregate information about the number of visitors to the site and general statistics on usage patterns.
Some of this information will be gathered through the use of "cookies". Cookies are small bits of information that are automatically stored on a person's web browser in their computer that can be retrieved by this site. Should you wish to disable these cookies you may do so by changing the setting on your browser itself.
No information collected as a result of your interaction with the Site will be disclosed to anyone, including other members of the Oppenheim Group, other than in accordance with the terms set out below:
- where we (or any third party acting on our behalf) are legally compelled to do so;
- or where there is a duty to the public to disclose;
- or where our interests require disclosure;
- or where disclosure is made at your request or with your consent.
Privacy and personal data protection principles vary from one country to another. When you access or link to a Local Site, please read the privacy statement issued by the Local Site to determine the policies that apply to information or data maintained by the Local Site. If the privacy statement contained in the Site conflicts with that of the Local Site, the privacy statement of the Local Site shall prevail.
We draw your attention to the fact that Guernsey law (for example, with regard to banking secrecy and data protection) extends only to Guernsey territory and that all data transmitted abroad therefore ceases to enjoy any protection under Guernsey law.