Information Collected. As we work together to achieve your investment goals, you will often share with us personal and financial information, including, for example, your name, address and telephone number, your e-mail address, your banking arrangements, information on your family members, and your social security number. We collect this information in order to properly handle your account and provide you with other services. We consider protecting your personal and financial information a vital part of our job. Access to Information. Our personnel have limited access to your personal and financial data based on their job functions. All of our personnel are instructed to comply with confidentiality rules designed to protect your personal and financial information. If we determine that our personnel have failed to follow these rules, they will be subject to disciplinary action.
Use and Disclosure of Information. We may use your personal and financial information and share it with our affiliates in order to provide you with investment services, improve our services, make our procedures more efficient, implement security measures, fight fraud and monitor for market timing. We will not sell your personal and financial information to any outside party. In particular, we do not sell our mailing list to other businesses so they can offer and sell you goods and services that are unrelated to McGehee Capital Management. We use custodians, transfer agents, mailing houses, and other third party businesses to process initial investments, additional investments, redemptions, share transfers, and other transactions that you request. We may disclose any of the personal and financial information that we collect about you with these other businesses. We generally are sent from these businesses confidentiality agreements that prohibit them from selling or improperly using your personal or financial information. On occasion, we may be required to provide information about you and your transactions to governmental agencies, self-regulatory organizations, industry associations and similar bodies in order to fulfill legal and regulatory requirements. In addition, federal and state laws give people involved in lawsuits and other legal proceedings the right under certain circumstances to obtain information from us, including your personal and financial information. We will comply with these laws to the extent we are required to do so. In addition, we may make other disclosures to non-affiliated third parties as permitted by law. For example, we may disclose your non-public personal information to law enforcement agencies or computer security consultants for the purpose of protecting against fraud and unauthorized transactions or in order to maintain the confidentiality of our records. We may also disclose your non-public personal information to our attorneys and accountants.