This interactive webinar, moderated by CAPTRUST’s Eric Bailey and Greg Middleton, will highlight governance procedures and steps a nonprofit should consider when issuing an advisor RFP.
Nonpublic information obtained by CAPTRUST for purposes of providing services hereunder will not be furnished to third parties for any other purpose other than in furtherance of the services to be provided hereunder. Notwithstanding the foregoing, CAPTRUST may disclose nonpublic information (i) to the extent such disclosure is required by court order or by a valid order of a governmental body governmental or quasi-governmental agency (such as FINRA) (ii) prior or after the time of disclosure such information becomes part of the public knowledge or literature, not as a result of any inaction or action of CAPTRUST, (iii) reasonably necessary for CAPTRUST to enforce its legal rights in any dispute with that client; or (iv) is approved by Client, in writing, for release. CAPTRUST does not disclose nonpublic personal information about its clients to any party except as permitted by law.
Sources of Personal Information
We collect personal information about you from meetings with you and on applications or other forms you have submitted to CAPTRUST, as well as information about your investments or transactions with us or others (such as third-party service providers or fund companies) from other sources.
How CAPTRUST Protects the Confidentiality of Clients’ Nonpublic Personal Information
To Whom This Policy Applies
Access to and Correction of Information
Upon the written request of clients, we will make available for their review any file we may maintain for their personal Information; provided, however, that any information collected in connection with, or in anticipation of, any claim or legal proceeding will not be made available. If clients notify us that any Information is incorrect, we will review it. If we agree, we will correct our records. If we do not agree, clients may submit a short statement of dispute, which we will include in any future disclosure of the disputed Information.
“Opt Out” Provision