Aloris Mercantile protects client information in a manner appropriate for the sensitivity of the information. Client information is stored in electronic format under a strict secure computer system and may not be accessed by anyone outside of Aloris employ. Documents in paper format are stored in a secure storage facility and retained as long as required by law. Aloris makes every reasonable effort to prevent any loss, misuse, disclosure or modification of personal information, as well as any unauthorized access to personal information.
Maintaining the security of personal and confidential information is of paramount importance to Aloris Mercantile
At Aloris Mercantile, we recognize that compliance is a key component of a successful business and an integral part of good business conduct that is important in projecting standards of excellence and unparalleled ethics to our clients and the market in general.
Bottom line, Aloris Mercantile takes compliance, regulatory and legal obligations seriously. As part of our compliance program, Aloris Mercantile has developed policies, procedures and systems relating to the foreign exchange market. We also safeguard personal information in response to the requirements imposed by a variety of statutes in our global operational jurisdictions.
To that end we have put in place a Compliance regime that addresses the requirements of Canada’s money laundering legislation, The Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) & Terrorist Financing Act and the requirements in the United States under the Bank Secrecy Act and the U.S.A Patriot Act.
Aloris is also now required to be sensitive to “suspicious transactions” and “suspicious activities” which must be reported to FinTRAC and must be sensitive to terrorist financing activities of individuals, entities and countries by the United Nations and other national and international agencies.
Should you have any questions or concerns regarding this matter, please contact us for further consultation.