Privacy encompasses the right to uphold individual’s autonomy, dignity, and personal freedom, as well as the ability to control, access, collection, and usage of personal data or information, and prevent unauthorized disclosure. Information privacy specifically pertains to individuals’ authority over their personal information and how it is accessed, collected, or used.

At Finvision, we recognize the significance of privacy in fostering trust and confidence between us and our customers. When customers provide personal information to us, they rightfully expect that it will remain confidential and solely utilized for intended or permittable purposes.

Moreover, privacy plays a critical role in safeguarding sensitive data, including financial information and other personally identifiable information (PII) or sensitive personal data or information (SPDI). Insufficient protection of such details can result in significant harm to individuals and organizations alike.

Hence, it is of utmost importance for us to employ appropriate measures that ensure the privacy and security of our customers’ data. This involves implementing robust data protection policies, utilizing secure technologies, restricting access to sensitive information, and consistently monitoring and auditing our systems to mitigate potential breaches or vulnerabilities.

We collect personal information in the following circumstances:

  1. When you voluntarily provide the personal information requested by us.
  2. When you participate in KYC (Know Your Customer) and other due diligence processes for setting up an Investment Account.
  3. When you avail or apply for services offered by Finvision
  4. When you interact with the Finvision platform.
  5. When you voluntarily provide details through different communication channels or on the Finvision app
  6. When you transact through your Finvision accounts.
  7. When information about you is supplied by parties authorized by you to provide it.
  8. When material information is supplied to  by related Finvision parties under a contractual arrangement or otherwise.
  9. When personal information is obtained from service providers to verify your identity, prevent fraud, or identify products and services that may be of interest to you.
  10. When you provide feedback and opinions about the current or future availability of products and services.
  11. Any other mode as applicable from time to time.