The Information we collect
You are not required to provide any personal information on the public areas of this website. However, you may choose to do so by completing the job application forms or the email alerts sign-up form on the latest section of our website. We may for example, keep a record of your name, email address, and any other information you volunteer to provide to us. We may supplement the information that you provide to us with information that we receive or obtain from other sources. We do not keep personal information longer than necessary. You can opt-out of the email alerts at any time by either contacting us at [email protected] or clicking on the opt-out hyperlink within an email that you have received.
How we will use your information
When you provide information to us via this site it will be processed by us or on our behalf in accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679. We will store this data and hold it on computer or in hard copy form. Personal data submitted to us will be used for the purposes of either dealing with your job application, any enquiry made by you or notifying you of our services if you have opted to receive that information. We may give information about you (on the understanding that such information will be kept confidential) to associates, employees and agents of Simon Zenios & Co LLC to administer any services provided to you by Simon Zenios & Co LLC now or in the future. If you send us your details in connection with a job, we may pass these details on to recruitment agents for assessment. Otherwise we will only disclose information as previously notified to you except as follows: – to any law enforcement agency requesting it in connection with the commission of any offence, once we are reasonably satisfied as to the circumstances surrounding the request; – to comply with applicable laws and lawful government and/or regulatory requests; – to operate our systems properly; and/or – to protect our users and ourselves.
Your rights to access personal information
You have the right to receive information about the personal data (as defined in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679 we maintain on you upon written request and payment of a fee. If you are concerned that any of the information we hold on you is incorrect, please contact us.
We endeavour to take all reasonable steps to protect your personal information but cannot guarantee the security of any data you disclose on-line. Please note that email is not a secure medium and should not be used to send confidential or sensitive information. You accept the inherent security risks of providing information over the Internet and will not hold us responsible for any breach of security unless this is due to our negligence or wilful default.
We always aim to improve the services we offer. As a result, we occasionally canvass our clients and mailing list members using surveys. Participation in surveys is voluntary, and you are under no obligation to reply to any survey you might receive from us. Should you choose to do so, we will treat the information you provide with the same high standard of care as all other customer information.
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