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Privacy Policy Statement

 

At Canterbury Consulting, we understand that privacy is an important concern of our customers. The nature of our business requires that we collect nonpublic information about you from the following sources:

  • Information we receive about you in various agreements, applications, account opening documentation, and other forms and paperwork that pertains to your relationship with us
  • Information about your transaction with us or others
  • Information that you give us verbally

 

We do not disclose any nonpublic personal information about a customer or former customer without the customer's authorization, except as required by law. We restrict access to your personal and account information to those employees who need to know that information to provide products and services to you or employees who assist those who provide products and services. We also may disclose that information to unaffiliated third parties (such as custodians, money managers, and brokers) only as needed for us to provide those products and services that we have agreed to provide to you. We maintain procedural safeguards to protect your nonpublic information. The privacy policies described herein will be adhered to in the event you become an inactive customer or decide to close your account. If, at any time in the future, it is necessary to disclose any of your personal information in a way that differs with this policy, we will give you advance notice of the proposed change so that you will have the opportunity to opt out of such disclosure. Canterbury is committed to protecting the confidentiality of your personal information. Let us know if you have any questions.


Business Continuity Disclosure

 

At Canterbury, we understand the significance of perparation fro the continuation of our business operations and the servicing of our customers in the event of an emergency or other considerable business disruption. An adviser's fiduciary obligation to its clients includes taking steps to protect the client's interests from risks resulting from teh adviser's inability to provide advisory services after, for example, a natural disaster. Accordingly, we have designed a business continuity plan (BCP) to address possible disruptions scenarios in efforts to minimize any service impact to our clients. The business continuity plan for CCI is designed to address key areas of concern - including but not limited to the following:

  • Data back-up and recovery
  • Financial and operational assessments
  • Alternate means of communication between CCI and its customers
  • Alternate means of communication between CCI and its employees
  • Alternate physical locations

 

Since events creating business disruptions may vary in nature and scope, we have anticipated scenarios in which the following are affected.

  • A disruption to CCI's primary or main office location
  • A disruption to a single building in which CCI's main office is located
  • A disruption to the business district or city where CCI's primary systems are located
  • A disruption to the region where CCI's primary systems are located

 

Regardless of the scope of potential disruption, CCI intends to continue to provide servce to its clients.