Regency Capital Partners

Privacy Policy

Regency Capital Partners understands the importance of protecting our clients’ information. We believe it is important for clients and capital providers to understand how we use the information that clients provide to us through the normal course of business. This privacy policy discloses the details of what information we collect about our clients as well as how we use that information. We may revise this privacy policy from time to time by updating the information posted on this web site. Amendments to the privacy policy will be effective when posted. You should therefore periodically visit this page to review the current privacy policy, so that you are aware of any such revisions.

Information Collection

The main reason that we collect and store information about our clients is to better serve them and to administer the client relationship. The information we collect is listed below.

Information Collected from Web Site Visitors

Non-personally identifying statistical information about your visit to Regency Capital Partners' web site. This information is compiled to allow Regency Capital Partners to improve its web site design and to determine the relative importance of its products and services. The information collected in this manner includes:

  1. Date and time content was accessed.
  2. The domain name and IP address from which you accessed our site.
  3. The operating system and web browser you used to access content.
  4. The specific pages you viewed during your visit.
  5. City, state, and country of the visitor's Internet Service Provider (if available) for demographic purposes.
  6. Information you provide to Regency Capital Partners through its web site via online forms and applications, such as services request forms or web site messages to Regency Capital Partners.

Use of Cookies

From time to time, Regency Capital Partners may use "cookies" within its web site pages. Cookies are small pieces of information about your visit stored on your computer's hard disk. Cookies are commonly used to store information about your last visit, such as selections you may have made while navigating the web site or your browsing patterns. Most Internet browsers now support cookies. Many of them allow users to disable cookies. However, cookies are often required to provide features within many web sites.

Information Collected While Providing Subscribed Services

If you are a Regency Capital Partners client who subscribes to any of its products or services, then Regency Capital Partners may collect and store additional information about you and your company. This includes:

  1. Information you provide to Regency Capital Partners to establish a business relationship, such as company, contact, or billing information provided through online or paper forms.
  2. Information created and maintained by Regency Capital Partners for its clients in order to maintain the business relationship and provide superior client service. Examples include account status, choice of services, and client audit logs.
  3. Information related to your company that you save within applications hosted by Regency Capital Partners. This information is stored within Regency Capital Partners’ databases in order to provide you with the requested services.

Regency Capital Partners collects or assigns user IDs and passwords when they are required to access systems or applications hosted by Regency Capital Partners. Whenever Regency Capital Partners stores passwords in its databases, it always stores them in encrypted format so that no one, including Regency Capital Partners employees, can view the information within the database. You should NEVER provide password information to anyone, including Regency Capital Partners employees, as that information is not required for Regency Capital Partners to provide client service.

Information Use

Regency Capital Partners uses the information we collect for the following purposes:

  1. To improve our products and services–we analyze some of the information we collect in order to improve our products and services. Studying how our clients use our web site and other products provides valuable insight into how we can make them more useful and easier to use.
  2. Providing superior client service and maintaining client relationships–the information we collect allows our client service personnel to respond to your needs more quickly.
  3. To tell you about new or enhanced products or services we may offer–by understanding how you use our products and services, we can give you the opportunity to review other products and services that may be of value to you.
  4. To send marketing material related to Regency Capital Partners products and services or properties that Regency Capital Partners is currently brokering. Note that you will have the ability to opt out of this as noted below.

Sharing Information with Others

First and foremost, Regency Capital Partners NEVER sells client lists or specific client information to 3rd parties. However, we may disclose and/or transfer client information (i) in connection with any merger, sale, or liquidation of all or part of our business; (ii) if disclosure is required pursuant to a request for specific client information to comply with a subpoena, court order, and/or other legal instrument, legal proceeding or relevant law, or (iii) if there is an immediate, imminent threat to the safety of any person, Regency Capital Partners, or our web site.

Information Confidentiality and Security

Regency Capital Partners is committed to preventing others from unauthorized access to your client information, and we maintain procedures and technology designed for this purpose. We take several steps to protect the client information we have about you, including the following:

  1. We update and test our technology on a regular basis in order to improve the protection of client information.
  2. We require outside companies and independent contractors to whom we provide client information for marketing, servicing or processing purposes to enter into a confidentiality agreement that restricts the use of the information to those purposes and prohibits independent use of the information.
  3. We make use of hardware and/or software firewalls to protect client information from unauthorized access.

Information Integrity Measures

Regency Capital Partners also strives to protect the integrity of our client information through use of the following:

  1. We maintain regular backups of client data in case of data loss or corruption;
  2. We use uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) to prevent data loss during power spikes and power outages;
  3. We use virus detection and elimination software to prevent corruption of client data by viruses.
  4. However, despite these measures, we cannot guarantee that client information will be completely free from unauthorized access.

Privacy Questions

If you have additional questions related to the privacy of your information or Regency Capital Partners’ privacy practices, please contact us at privacy@regencycapitalpartners.com.