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Our functions consist principally of wholesale banking and corporate trustee services such as acting as a trustee for securitised lending programs. If you do not provide the information that we ask, we may not be able to provide the products or services you have requested. We may collect personal information such as your name, address, phone number or any other information that may be required for identification purposes.
We may also collect other information such as details of a loan or security that you have provided to us when we act as the trustee for a lending program. From time to time, we may also collect personal information about individuals such as company directors or guarantors whom we may deal with.
There may be other circumstances where we may collect personal information from contractors who are contracted to perform services for us or persons who apply for employment with us. The information that we collect may include contact details, educational qualifications and information about your past work history.
When we collect personal information from you as required by law, we will use such steps as are reasonable in the circumstances to advise you of this.
BNYM only collects personal information by lawful and fair means. Where we act as a custodian or trustee in relation to a lending program, then we may also collect and hold credit information or credit eligibility information in relation to you.
We may hold information in our own right, or in a more limited capacity as the trustee of a trust. Where we hold information as a trustee, this means we may be subject to obligations only to use and disclose that personal information for the purposes of the relevant trust.
It also means that the relevant manager that manages the operations of the trust on a day to day basis will also hold personal information. When we accept appointment to act as a trustee, we require the relevant manager to comply with the law relating to privacy when they deal with your personal information.
What if you do not provide certain information? If you provide us with an incomplete application, we may not be able to provide you with the product or service until the application is complete. If you do not provide us with all relevant identity verification documents, or adequately satisfy electronic identity verification requirements, we may not be able to provide you, or continue to provide you with the product or service.
In particular as a provider of financial and credit service and products in Australia we have obligations under the Anti-money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act Cth to collect certain information about persons to whom we provide our services including account signatories, directors and beneficial owners.
If we do not collect this information we may not be permitted by law to provide those services.
Use of service providers Your personal information may be disclosed to third parties in order to issue or provide you the product or service that you requested, when we have outsourced certain functions associated with such product or services and as required or permitted by law.
Only information necessary for the service provider to carry out their function will be provided and will be subject to confidentiality clauses in the relevant services agreement. Changes to personal information Changes to your personal information can happen from time-to-time and we ask that you keep us informed of any changes by notifying us in writing.
We may also ask you to review, confirm and advise of us changes to your personal information. Storage and security of information BNYM stores personal information in a combination of computer storage facilities, paper-based files and other records.
We will take reasonable steps to protect personal information from loss, misuse, unauthorised access, modification or disclosure. We will also ensure that any service providers including managers or trusts that we deal with also take such steps.
Such disclosure would include a description of the data breach and the kinds of information concerned, but would not include the personal information. Access and correction The APP give you a right to access the personal information that we hold about you subject to some exceptions.
You can contact our Privacy Officer details below to make a request. Generally, BNYM will provide you with access within a reasonable time frame, to your personal information that we hold, unless a particular exception applies, such as where:This is a guest post by Jennifer Lang. It provides the background behind a presentation on economic capital which is being made to the Institute of Actuaries of Australia’s Biennial Convention.
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