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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

We know that you are concerned with how your personal and financial information is dealt with. This privacy policy sets out our current policies and demonstrates our commitment to your financial privacy. We may change the content or services found on our Site at any time without notice, and consequently our privacy policy may change at any time in the future.

HSBC Global Asset Management provides financial products and services through its affiliated companies and branches located worldwide. Privacy and personal data protection principles vary from one country to another. When you access or link to any other website, please read the privacy and data protection policies or agreements issued by such other website to determine the policies that apply to information or data maintained by that website.

In these provisions

  • 'Content' means all pages, screens, information and materials included in or accessible through this Site (including any content available on any email or SMS services)
  • 'you', 'your' and 'yours' means you, the person(s) accessing this Site and the party on whose behalf you are doing so
  • 'we', 'us' and 'our' means HSBC Global Asset Management (UK) Limited
  • 'HSBC Group' means HSBC Holdings plc, its subsidiaries and associated companies from time to time

HSBC's business has been built on trust between us and our customers. To preserve the confidentiality of all information you provide to us:

  • HSBC will only collect information that it believes to be relevant and required to understand the customer’s financial needs and to conduct HSBC’s business
  • HSBC will use customer information to provide customers with better customer services and products
  • HSBC may pass customer information to other HSBC Group companies or agents, as permitted by law
  • HSBC will not disclose customer information to any external organisation unless HSBC have customer consent or are required by law or have previously informed the customer
  • HSBC may be required, from time to time, to disclose customer information to Governmental or judicial bodies or agencies or HSBC’s regulators but HSBC will only do so under proper authority
  • HSBC aim to keep customer information up-to-date
  • HSBC maintain strict security systems designed to prevent unauthorised access to customer information by anyone, including HSBC staff
  • All HSBC group companies, or HSBC staff and all third parties with permitted access to customer information are specifically required to observe HSBC’s confidentiality obligations

By maintaining our commitment to these principles, we will ensure that we respect the inherent trust that you place in HSBC.