Client information is private and confidential.
It is important to safeguard private and confidential client information. Blacksail Capital Partners confirms compliance with privacy legislation and uses the utmost discretion when dealing with client information. Blacksail Capital Partners will regularly monitor and assess the environment of compliance in terms of protection of private client information.
Blacksail Capital Partners does not collect specific client information from site visitors unless personal information is provided or contact is requested. If information is provided, it will be collected for the purpose of answering inquiries, providing marketing materials, corporate background and to invite guests to access services and/or events.
Blacksail Capital Partners’s website may employ standard technology to collect information about how the firm’s site is used for the purposes of improving website design. Website information is collected in many forms including by obtaining the domain name of visitors, user preferences, personal information that is volunteered, and geographic location.
Website guests may occasionally receive emails from Blacksail Capital Partners informing them of news and industry insight. This information will be distributed in accordance with requirements of Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL).
If you choose not to provide personal information, you may not be able to do certain things, like send us e-mail or receive our monthly newsletter.
Consent to use personal information may be withdrawn by a client at any time. If you no longer want to receive emails regarding our services, news and industry insight, you can unsubscribe to the list clicking “unsubscribe from this list” at the bottom of the email.
Blacksail Capital Partners’s Privacy Protection Policy is intended to provide clients with comfort that their personal information is handled with the utmost importance and care. Blacksail Capital Partners is continually balancing clients’ right to privacy with the needs of the business and therefore, welcome any feedback on how privacy protection policies and procedures can be improved.
For more information, please contact us.