Our Commitment to You
Our relationship with you is our most important asset. We understand that you have entrusted us with your private information, and we do everything that we can to maintain that trust. New Shore (also referred to as “we”, “our” and “us”) protects the security and confidentiality of the personal information we have and implements controls to ensure that such information is used for proper business purposes in connection with the management or servicing of our relationship with you.
New Shore will never sell your non-public personal information to anyone. Nor do we provide such information to others except for discrete and reasonable business purposes in connection with the servicing and management of our relationship with you, as discussed below.
Details of our approach to privacy and how your personal non-public information is collected and used are set forth in this Policy.
Why you need to know?
Registered Investment Advisors (“RIAs”) must share some of your personal information in the course of servicing your account. Federal and State laws give you the right to limit some of this sharing and require RIAs to disclose how we collect, share, and protect your personal information.
What information do we collect from you?
- Driver’s license number
- Social security or taxpayer identification number
- Name, address and phone number[s]
- E-mail address[es]
- Account information (including other institutions)
- Date of birth
- Assets and liabilities
- Income and expenses
- Investment activity
- Investment experience and goals
What Information do we collect from other sources?
- Custody, brokerage and advisory agreements
- Other advisory agreements and legal documents
- Transactional information with us or others
- Account applications and forms
- Investment questionnaires and suitability documents
- Other information needed to service account
How do we protect your information?
To safeguard your personal information from unauthorized access and use we maintain physical, procedural and electronic security measures. These include such safeguards as secure passwords, encrypted file storage and a secure office environment. Our technology vendors provide security and access control over personal information and have policies over the transmission of data. Our associates are trained on their responsibilities to protect Client’s personal information.
We require third parties that assist in providing our services to you to protect the personal information they receive from us.
How do we share your information?
An RIA shares Client personal information to effectively implement its services. In the section below, we list the primary reasons we may share your personal information.
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Servicing our Clients
The Advisor may share the following types of information with the above-referenced parties:
The Client may also request that the Advisor share non-public personal information with other individuals and businesses. Prior to such sharing, the Advisor will require an executed Information Sharing Authorization from the Client for each authorized party. The Cient may rescind these authorizations at any time.
The Client may limit sharing of the above-referenced information. However, limiting the sharing of this information could also limit the Advisor’s ability to perform the services outlined in the Client’s agreement with the Advisor.
Response to Regulatory Inquiries
Information About Former Clients
In response to Massachusetts law, the Client must “opt-in” to share non-public personal information with non-affiliated third parties before any personal information is disclosed. Client opt-in is obtained through the Client’s execution of authorization forms provided by the third parties, by executing an Information Sharing Authorization Form, or by other written consent by the Client, as appropriate and consistnet with applicable laws and regulations.
We will send you a copy of this Policy annually for as long as you maintain an ongoing relationship with us.