Updated 13 October 2020
Collection and use of personal information Financial Simplicity collects personal information that you may voluntarily provide on this web site via the “Contact us” page, when you download Financial Simplicity marketing literature or subscribe to any of our newsletters. If you download marketing literature (including, without limitation, brochures or whitepapers) or subscribe to a Financial Simplicity newsletter, Financial Simplicity may use your personal information for sales and marketing purposes. Any personal information you provide to Financial Simplicity is kept on secure servers that may be located outside of Australia. Financial Simplicity uses reasonable technical and organisational measures to safeguard personal information against loss, theft, unauthorised use, disclosure or modification and to ensure the integrity of the personal information. By providing your information to Financial Simplicity, you consent to Financial Simplicity using your information as described in this Policy from any of Financial Simplicity’s offices worldwide. If you do not wish information which you have shared with us to be used in this manner, please contact us by sending an email to info@Financial Simplicity.com.
Disclosure of personal information Financial Simplicity will not disclose your information to any unaffiliated third party unless Financial Simplicity considers such disclosure to be necessary to comply with the law or other legal or regulatory process including litigation or similar proceedings, or to protect the interests, rights, safety, or property of Financial Simplicity or others.
Third-party websites Financial Simplicity may provide links on this web site to third-party web sites. We do not control third-party sites and are not responsible for any information you may provide while on such sites. Please therefore read the privacy policies on those web sites before providing any of your information on them.
Data Subject Access Request Financial Simplicity is committed to complying with laws and regulations in the jurisdictions it operates in, and is committed to responding to all data subject access requests (“DSAR”) in an open and honest way, and in ensuring all personal data is processed fairly and lawfully in accordance with data subjects’ rights.
The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), came into force in May 2018, and gives individuals (“Data Subject”) who are residents of the EU (European Union), the right of access, commonly referred to as subject access, to their personal data. This policy explains the rights of the data subject in relation to a DSAR and Financial Simplicity’s responsibilities when dealing with that request.