Regulation S-P, Privacy of Consumer Financial Information, issued by the SEC in response to the privacy requirements of the Gramm-Bleach-Liley Act of 1999, requires financial institutions, including PlanPILOT, to provide notice to current clients and prospective clients about its policies and practices concerning the collection and use of customer, non-public information.
Privacy Disclosure Statement
A primary goal of PlanPILOT is to protect the privacy of its clients. To conduct regular business, PlanPILOT may collect non-public personal information from clients and their vendors from various sources (e.g. forms, on-line).
PlanPILOT does not sell the personal information of clients to anyone. PlanPILOT does not share or disclose any non-public customer information, except as necessary to provide financial services to clients, or as allowed or required by law. PlanPILOT may be required to disclose personal information to cooperate with regulators or law enforcement authorities, to resolve customer disputes or for risk control.
PlanPILOT has implemented strict policies and procedures aimed at protecting the sensitive nature of client information. PlanPILOT restricts access to client information to only those members of the firm that must provide products and services to clients in order to service those client’s accounts. PlanPILOT has implemented physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards aimed at meeting the firm’s duty to protect nonpublic client information.