In today’s financial climate, it is natural to be concerned about investor privacy. It is UPAL’s responsibility to maintain the confidentiality, integrity, and security of our clients’ personal information, and we take this responsibility very seriously.
Furthermore, we diligently maintain physical, electronic and procedural safeguards to preserve the privacy of non-public personal information that we may collect from you (such as details about your personal finances, credit, or transactions between you and third parties) and to prevent unauthorized access to it. We implement firewalls and encryption and we test our security systems regularly and take necessary steps to address potential issues.
Client information is made available within UPAL only on a need-to-know basis. Our principals and employees abide by strict confidentiality agreements, and policies are in place to address any violation. UPAL employees also undergo annual training on how to safeguard client information and avoid cyber-attacks.
UPAL does not share any non-public personal information with third parties except as permitted by a client or required by law. UPAL may share public information only with companies that we have a business partner relationship with in order to enrich your client experience and offer you additional services.
If you have any questions in regard to the confidentiality and/or privacy of your personal information, please contact us today.