While reasonable steps are taken to protect all the personal information in our possession, we cannot guarantee the security of information sent to us over email or the internet.
The Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017 introduces a ‘mandatory data breach notification regime’. Under this law, Banner must notify the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner and affected individuals of any notifiable data breach as soon as practical.
We collect information from you to enable us to provide our services (for example, proof of identity, materials to comply with Anti-Money Laundering legislation or to provide you with promotional material. This information may come from you or in a few cases from public records.
When you visit our website, Banner may record your visit and may retain information for statistical purposes, including your computer system internet address, your domain name, the date and time and duration of your visit to the site, pages accessed and any documents downloaded and the type of browser you are using. This information will be used for internal purposes only and will not be provided to any third parties.
In the unlikely event of an investigation by a law enforcement agency or other government agency, we may be compelled or required to allow inspection of our system server records.
If the ownership of our business changes in any way, we reserve the right (to the extent permissible at law) to transfer our data bases, including any personal and non-personal information. This information may be provided on a confidential basis both in anticipation of a change of ownership and after any change of ownership. All reasonable steps will be taken to ensure that privacy policies will continue to apply.