Data protection

We follow professional standards of confidentiality and will treat information related to you disclosed to us by you or on your behalf (“Client Information”) as set forth in the IFAC Code of Ethics Section 140 and Section 140 of the Fourth Schedule to the Accountants (Public Accountants) Rules.
The Parties may use electronic media to correspond or transmit information and such use will not in itself constitute a breach of any confidentiality obligations.
Unless prohibited by applicable law, we may disclose Client Information internally and third parties providing services on our behalf who may collect, use, transfer, store or otherwise process it (collectively “Process”) in the various jurisdictions in which they operate either for purposes related to the provision of the Services, and/or to comply with regulatory requirements, to check conflicts, for quality, risk management, financial accounting purposes and/or the provision of other administrative support services (collectively “Process Purposes”). We shall be responsible to you for maintaining the confidentiality of Client Information.
Without prejudice to the above and unless prohibited by law, where we are your tax agent, you agree that we may disclose Client Information internally to facilitate the performance of the services as a tax agent.
You agree that, if a regulatory or governmental authority requests or orders us to produce information or documents in our files relating to your affairs, including our work product, we may provide these materials to it. Except where prohibited by law, we will advise you of the request or order.