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Privacy Policy


Our policy on your privacy

This policy outlines how, why, and when we, Flagstone International Limited (FIL or the Firm), use your personal information, how we may use and share that information, and how you can correct or change information.

Who collects and uses your information?

Flagstone International Limited is registered as a Data Controller with the Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner (“JOIC”) under the Data Protection Authority (Jersey) Law 2018 (“DPAJL”), registration number 71026.

What information do we collect and hold?

The types of information we may collect (directly from you or from Third Parties) will depend on the relationship you have with the Firm.

Information we may collect and store could include:

We will only collect information that is relevant for the purposes we are using it for.

Where do we collect information from?

Information we collect directly from you

Most of the information we hold about you comes directly from you. This includes information that you may give us when: 

Where you have provided us with information, you are responsible for making sure this information is accurate and up to date.

Information we collect from third parties

We also might collect or receive information about you from third parties, who may or may not have a direct relationship with you. This includes: 

Where we receive information from a third party, we will ensure that there is always a legal basis for us to do so.

Information we collect from people acting on your behalf

There may be cases where we may collect information from people acting on your behalf. This could be from a joint applicant on an account you hold, a trustee, or someone who holds a Power of Attorney for you. It could also be someone working on your behalf like your financial advisor. Where we receive information from someone acting on your behalf, we will record who we obtained this information from.

If you are providing information about someone else, we will accept the information on the basis that you have told them that you are sharing their information, they have agreed to you providing this information to the Firm and you have advised them where they can find more information on how we may process their information, including this Privacy Statement.

How do we use your information?

We collect and use your information for a number of purposes. This includes opening and managing your accounts, providing other services to you and to operate our business. Examples of how we use your information include:

Why do we use your information?

We use your information lawfully for the purposes outlined above, where one of the following applies:

  1. To meet our legal obligations. For example:
    • Complying with laws and regulatory requirements that apply to us and the services we provide
    • Carrying out anti-money laundering checks
  1. Performance of contract. For example:
    • Providing services as part of an agreement between you and the Firm.
    • Administering and managing your account
    • Responding to your queries and communicating with you about the services provided
  1. To carry out our legitimate interests or the legitimate interests of a third party.
    For example:
    • Developing new products and services
    • Internal reporting
    • External reporting (for compliance with any legal or regulatory obligation)
  1. When you have given us consent to use the information for a specific purpose.
    For example:
    • Marketing purposes (where you have opted in to receive marketing from us)

Who may we share your information with?

Your information may be shared with:

We may also share information with other organisations including:

In addition, we may share your information in the event that we transfer, sell or merge parts of our business. If this happens, we will notify you, and we will endeavour to ensure that the data is continued to be used in-line with this Privacy Statement.

Where do we keep your information?

FIL stores information on secure servers located within the EU. However, we may transfer personal information to countries outside the EU when:

When transferring information to countries outside the EU, we take appropriate steps to ensure that there is adequate protection in place to meet relevant data protection legislation.

How long do we keep your information?

We will keep information as long as is necessary for the purpose we have collected it for. When you have a relationship with FIL, most information will be kept as long as you have a relationship with FIL and for 5 years after you cease to have a relationship with the Firm.

In some circumstances, we will keep data longer if we need to and/or if we are required to by law. However, there is some information we may not keep for the lifecycle of your account, e.g., call recordings.


Your rights

You have rights when it comes to your personal information, and there are a number of requests you can make to exercise these rights.

The right to access your information

You can ask us for a copy of any information we hold on you. This is called a Data Subject Access Request (“DSAR”).

The right to rectify your information

You have the right to ask us to correct information that you feel is inaccurate or incomplete or both.

The right to restrict how we use your information

In some cases, you have the right to restrict us from processing your information any further or deleting it. Please note that there are some things that we need to use your information for, for example, to help protect you from fraud and to fulfil legal and contractual obligations. This may mean that we are unable to restrict how we use your information.

The right to object to how we use your information

In some cases, you have the right to object to the way we process your information. For example, when we are processing your information for direct marketing. Please note there are some situations where we wo not stop processing your information despite your objection, for example to meet legal or regulatory obligations or to continue to have a relationship with you.

The right to erasure

In some cases, you have the right to have your information erased. Please note that we may not be able to agree to your request if we cannot delete your information to meet our legal or regulatory obligations, or to continue to have a relationship with you.

The right to data portability

You have the right to ask us to transfer a copy of some of your information to you or to a new data controller (e.g. another financial provider). This applies when you have shared your information with us, it has been collected with your consent or where collecting it was necessary for the agreement between us.

The right to human intervention

In certain circumstances, you have the right to ask for an automated decision to be reviewed.

The right to withdraw your consent

Where we are relying on your consent to process any of your information, you have a right to withdraw that consent at any time. This will not affect any use of information before you withdrew your consent. If you are a FIL Client and you have consented to marketing, you can change your marketing preferences at any time on the client portal, email or phone.

Exercising your rights

If you wish to exercise any of these rights, in the first instance please contact Client Services at clientservices@flagstoneinternational.com. We will review your request and get back to you within one month. We may at the time of your request ask you for further information, including proof of identification before we can action your request.


You can make a complaint by calling us, sending a message or writing to us. More information about how to make a complaint can be found here https://www.flagstoneim.com/international/complaints/. If you still have unresolved concerns, you also have the right to complain to data protection authorities. The authority overseeing data protection in Jersey is the Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner. Alternatively, you can complain to the JFSC. The details for each authority are as follows:

Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner

Address: 2nd Floor, 5 Castle Street, St. Helier, Jersey JE2 3BT

Telephone: +44 (0) 1534 716530

Email: enquiries@jerseyoic.org


Jersey Financial Services Authority

PO Box 267, 14-18 Castle Street, St Helier, Jersey JE4 8TP

Telephone: +44 (0)1534 822000



Website Cookies

A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer or device when you visit a website. Cookies are used on websites and have several different functions. At a basic level cookies will:

By using our website, you are consenting to our use of cookies. You can change your cookie settings at any time through your browser.

We use the following types of cookies on our website.

Persistent cookies: these remain on a user’s device for a set period of time specified in the cookie. They are activated each time that a user visits the website that created that particular cookie.

Session cookies are temporary cookies which only exist during the time you use the website (or more strictly, until you close the browser after using the website). Session cookies help our website remember what you chose on the previous page, avoiding the need to re-enter information.

First Party cookies are set on the domain you are currently visiting. For example, if you were on …(website address TBD), the cookie would be set on the….. (domain name) domain if using first party cookies.

Third Party cookies are set on any domain other than the domain currently being visited. For example, if you were visiting …(website address TBD),  and the cookie was set on the facebook.com domain, that would be considered a third party cookie. Third-party cookies you encounter on our website are likely to be analytical, performance or targeting cookies. These cookies are placed by the relevant third party and we have no control over these cookies (other than allowing them to be served).

How to restrict or delete cookies

Cookies help you get the most out of our website. For that reason, we recommend that you do not change your cookie settings as it may affect the performance of the website.

However, you can change the settings on your browser to delete or refuse some or all cookies. The “help” function in your browser should tell you how to do this.

Email Cookies

We may use cookies in some of our emails. They help us to understand about how you interact with our us and are used to improve our future email communications. Our process for delivering emails may cause cookies to be set, when you download images or when you click on a link.

If you do not want to accept cookies from any one of our emails, close the email before downloading any images or clicking on any links. You can also set your browser to restrict cookies or to reject them entirely. These settings will apply to all cookies whether included on websites or in emails.

Depending on your email or browser settings, cookies in an email may be automatically accepted. Please refer to your email browser or device settings for more information.

Other important information

'Special Category' and Sensitive Personal Data

Some of the information we collect is sensitive personal data (also known as special categories of data), and includes information about your health, racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, sexual orientation or biometric or genetic data. We will only ask for this information when we need to for the purposes of:

Where possible we will ask for your consent when collecting special category data. If someone acting on your behalf provides this information, we’ll record what’s been provided and who gave it to us.

Automated decision making

We sometimes use technology to make automated decisions about our clients. This could be when you are applying to open an account with us, or as part of our ongoing relationship with you. We may use automated decision making to:

For automated decision making, we use information that we have collected or hold about you from your application or interactions with us. We may also use information from other sources such as credit reference agencies.

Using your information when you do not have a relationship with the Firm.


We might collect or use personal information from individuals who are not clients of the Firm. This could be when they:

If you are providing information about someone else, we will accept the information on the basis that you have told them that you are sharing their information, they have agreed to you providing this information to the Firm and you have advised them where they can find more information on how we may process their information, including this Privacy Statement.

Links to third party Websites

Please note that our website may contain links to other websites for your convenience and information. FIL does not control Third-Party websites or their privacy practices, which may differ from those set out in this Privacy Statement. We encourage you to review the Privacy Statement of any company or website that you reach via Fil's website before submitting Personal Information.

Data Protection Officer

FIL has a nominated Data Protection Officer (“DPO”). Should you wish to contact the DPO for any matter concerning your personal information you can do this in the following ways:

Write to: Data Protection Officer, Flagstone International Limited, 44 Esplanade, St Helier, Jersey, JE4 9WG

Email: compliance@flagstoneim.com and mark your email as being for the attention of the Data Protection Officer.

Changes to this Statement

This Privacy Statement may be updated from time to time. We will post any changes we make to this statement on our website, becoming effective immediately. If the changes are material changes, and you are a client or a business partner of Fil we will let you know by email.