Protecting Your Confidential Information
We do not disclose any nonpublic personal information about our customers to anyone, except as required or permitted by law. FUTUREPATH does not sell personal information obtained about you to companies that are not associated with FuturePath for the purpose of marketing their products or services to you.
Collection and Use of Personal Information
• Information we receive from you on account applications or other forms, such as name, address, federal tax identification number, income, assets and similar information. We use this information to administrate the accounts we maintain on your behalf, process transactions requested by you, respond to your inquiries, evaluate your investment needs, and identify other products and services that may interest you.
• Information about your transactions with us or our affiliates, such as your account balance，transaction history and payment activity. This information is used to process transactions you request and ensure the accuracy of the records and reports we maintain that relate to your account. We may also collect various other types of data, such as transaction, site navigation and optional survey information, in connection with your use of online services we make available to you, either directly or through other entities. We use this information in order to improve the quality of the services we offer you.
• Information we receive from consumer reporting agencies, such as credit relationships and credit history. We use this information to help determine your eligibility for FuturePath products and services, collect or report debts owed to us, and protect our rights and property.
Sharing of Information within FuturePath
The information we collect relating to your transaction and experiences with FuturePath or any affiliate may be shared among FuturePath affiliates. We may also share some or all of the information we receive about you from consumer reporting agencies, such as credit Information.
Sharing of Information outside FuturePath
As permitted by law, we may disclose some or all of the information described above with entities that are not affiliated with FuturePath for the purpose of servicing your FuturePath accounts, improving our services，providing products and services you’ve requested from FuturePath, and informing you about products or services available from FuturePath that may be of interest to you. Such companies may include:
• Companies that are the source or origin of financial services offered by FuturePath, such as banks, securities broker-dealers, mutual fund companies and insurance company, and futures clearing firms or exchanges.
• Nonfinancial companies, such as companies that perform services on our behalf, e.g., check printers, quote vendors, companies that prepare account statements for us, companies that assist us in communicating or marketing our services.
• Others, such as independent contractors or technical system consultants who program our software, government agencies and regulators, consumer reporting agencies, and other outside entities as permitted or required by applicable laws.
Protecting the confidentiality of Your Personal Information
FuturePath Policies and Procedures
To Safeguard Customer Records and Information
1. Access to customer records and information is restricted to persons with a “need to know” the information in connection with their respective duties.
2. No customer records or information shall be disclosed outside the form without the prior approval of an officer of the firm or a member of the Compliance department.
3. Customer records and information that are kept in paper form shall be segregated from other firm, records in specific file drawers. No copies shall be made without the prior approval of an officer of the firm or a member of the Compliance department.、
4. Customer records and information that are kept in electronic form shall no be copied without the prior approval of an officer of the firm or a member of the compliance department
5. If a customer opts out of disclosures in accordance with the firm’ s privacy notice, a prominent entry will be made in that customer’s account files to reflect that the customer has opted out. If the firm later intends to disclose nonpublic information about a customer, the officer or member of the compliance department who proposes to authorize the disclosure will check the file to determine whether the customer has opted out, and if so will only allow disclosures consistent with the opt-out.