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Client Information Privacy Principles

Like most industries today, the financial services industry is rapidly being shaped by technology, which is literally changing the way we do business. To be successful in this environment, we must continue to insure that our clients are confident that we will manage their financial affairs expertly and confidentially.

Aisa International Group, LLC. (Hereafter “Aisa International”) collects personal, private information from its clients in order to determine the client’s specific investment goals and objectives, which will assist in determining how to adequately service the client account based on the services provided by AISA International, as disclosed in AISA International’s Form ADV Part 2A.

The safeguarding of client information is an issue we take seriously, and we want to assure all of our clients that whenever information is collected and used, it is done so with
discretion. To affirm our continuing commitment to the proper use of client information, we have set forth the following Privacy Principles, which are designed to guide us in serving the privacy needs of our clients.

Recognition of a Client’s Expectation of Privacy

At AISA International, we believe the confidentiality and protection of client information is one of our fundamental responsibilities. Moreover, while information is critical to providing quality service, we recognize that one of our most important assets is our clients’ trust. Thus, the safekeeping of client information is a priority for AISA International.

Use, Collection, and Retention of Client Information

AISA International limits the use, collection, and retention of client information to what we believe is necessary or useful to conduct our business, provide quality service, and offer products, services, and other opportunities that may be of interest to our clients. Information collected may include, but is not limited to name, address, telephone number, tax identification number, date of birth, employment status, annual income, and net worth.

Maintenance of Accurate Information

AISA International recognizes that it must maintain accurate client records. The above referenced information is collected at the inception of your relationship with AISA International. Therefore, AISA International will contact you periodically to review your overall account holdings, and to ensure that personal/confidential information contained in your file is accurate. AISA International also request that you review any information provided to you related to your Aisa International ’s account, and notify AISA International promptly on the discovery of erroneous information. AISA International will respond to a comment/request to correct inaccurate information immediately.

Limiting Employee Access to Information

AISA International, employee access to personally identifiable client information is limited to those employees that have a business reason to know such information. Employees are educated on the importance of maintaining the confidentiality of client information and on these Privacy Principles. Because of the importance of these issues, all AISA International employees are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of client information and employees who violate these Privacy Principles will be subject to discipline.

Protection of Information via Established Security Procedures

AISA International recognizes that a fundamental element of maintaining effective client privacy procedures is to provide reasonable protection against the unauthorized access to client information. Therefore, AISA International has established appropriate security standards and procedures to guard against any unauthorized access to client information.

Restrictions on the Disclosure of Client Information

When it comes to sharing client information with unaffiliated companies, AISA International places strict limits on who receives specific information about client accounts and other personally identifiable data. AISA International may share information with such companies if they provide a product or service that may benefit our clients. Whenever we do this, we carefully review the company and the product or service to make sure that it provides value to our clients.

We share the minimum amount of information necessary for that company to offer its product or service. We may also share information with unaffiliated companies that assist us in providing our products and services to our clients; in the normal course of our business (for example, with consumer reporting agencies and government agencies); when legally required or permitted in connection with fraud investigations and litigation; in connection with acquisitions and sales; and at the request or with the permission of a client.

1. Maintaining Client Privacy in Business Relationships with Third Parties: If we provide personally identifiable client information to a third party with which we have a business relationship, we will insist that the third party keep such information confidential, consistent with the conduct of our business relationship.

2. Disclosure of Privacy Principles to Clients: AISA International recognizes and respects the privacy expectations of our clients. We want our clients to understand our commitment to privacy in our use of client information. Because of our commitment, we have developed these Privacy Principles, which are made readily available to our clients. Clients who have questions about these Privacy Principles or have a question about the privacy of their client information should call.

These Privacy Principles apply to individuals, and we reserve the right to change these Privacy Principles, and any of the policies or procedures described above, at any time. Under such circumstances, we will provide you with an updated set of our policies, and will provide adequate time for you to opt out of any information sharing arrangement. These Privacy Principles are for general guidance and do not constitute a contract or create legal rights and do not modify or amend any agreements we have with our clients.

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Controlling your personal information

We will not sell, distribute or lease your personal information to third parties unless we have your permission or are required by law to do so. We may use your personal information to send you promotional information.

If you believe that any information we are holding on you is incorrect or incomplete, please- write to or email us as soon as possible, at the above address. We will promptly correct any- information found to be incorrect.

If you would prefer we didn’t use your personal information for marketing purposes please email us.