Privacy Policy


Protection of your privacy and the security of your personal data are very important to Harrison Brook/bfmi.

This Privacy Policy explains how information about you is collected and used by Harrison Brook/bfmi. The terms “Harrison Brook/bfmi”, “we,” “us,” and “our” includes Harrison Brook/bfmi and its affiliates. The terms “you” and “your” includes our clients, business partners and users of this website.

Harrison Brook/bfmi processes and stores personal information in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2004 (the “Data Protection Act”, which includes any modification or amendment to that Act), this Privacy Policy and the provisions of other applicable laws, regulations and rules.

By using our website, providing personal information and/or using any of our services, you agree that:

  • you consent to this Privacy Policy, as updated from time to time;
  • and if you have provided personal information to us relating to any other person, you:
    • (a) have a right to provide that information
    • (b) have provided a copy of this Privacy Policy, as updated from time to time, to that person; and
    • (c) each such person has agreed to those terms.
  • In such cases, references in this Privacy Policy to terms such as “you” and “your” also refer to such persons.

What information do we collect and use (process) about you?

What is personal data?

When we talk about your information, we are referring to your ‘personal data’ as defined by the Data Protection Act and this includes information that can identify you as a living individual, whether by itself or when used in conjunction with other information which we hold. Examples include, but are not limited to, your name, your telephone number, your email address, your place and date of birth.

What are we collecting?

For general web-browsing of this website, your personal data is not revealed to us, although certain statistical information is available to us via our internet service provider as well as through the use of special tracking technologies. Such information tells us about the pages you are clicking on or the hardware you are using, but not your name, age, address or anything we can use to identify you personally. More details can be found in our Cookie Policy.

However, if you wish to use certain services offered on our website, obtain certain information made available by us, or request us to provide you with legal services through our Contact page or by contacting Our People directly, then you may be asked for information such as name, email address, telephone number and residential address.

If you enter into a business relationship with us, either as a client or as one of our business partners, vendors or suppliers, then the kinds of personal information that we collect and hold about you may include:

  • identifying information, such as your name, occupation, age, and any photographs found in your identity verification documentation;
  • contact information, such as your e-mail address, mailing address or phone number;
  • records of our communications with you; and/or information we may have obtained from other sources (such as risk intelligence service providers) in order to identify who we are doing business with as part of the ‘know your customer’ obligations contained in relevant legislation.

In these cases the provision of your personal data will be a contractual requirement or a requirement relating to entering into a contract, and you will be obliged to provide the personal data we require in order to comply with our legal obligations and provide the services to you under that contract. Without this information, we may not be able to provide you with our services or to respond to queries or requests that you submit to us. You may, however, visit our website anonymously.

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