Confidentiality Agreement

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GKM Forex respects each individual’s right to privacy. We value our relationship with you and we are proud to protect your loyalty and respect by providing your security to every customer. The provisions of this notice apply to our former customers and our existing customers. Please read the following information.

1. GENERAL PROVISIONS

1.1 This Privacy Policy shall include the services of GKM Forex (hereinafter referred to as the Company), officially represented by its Partners, including official services, financial and informational services, and so on. .) Customers.

1.2. By selecting the Company’s services, the Client fully accepts all terms and conditions of publicly available documents. The same is the trade and investment transactions between the Customer and the Company, the use of various information materials, payments and transfers, etc. It also applies to interactions. Should the customer fail to comply with any conditions of the publicly available documentation package, he must discontinue any interference with the Company. If the Customer considers the terms of this Privacy Policy unacceptable for any reason, it shall cease all interactions with the Company, including terminating all financial transactions through the Company.

1.3. The present Privacy Policy declares one of the most important principles that the Company follows when serving its customers. The Company respects the right to privacy of each individual and legal unit, as well as those who wish to interact with the Company, regardless of whether they have a Customer. The terms of this Privacy Policy apply equally to the Company’s former, current and future Customers. One of the most important priorities of the company is the relationship between the Company and its Customers. The Company adheres to and respects each Client individually and gives each Customer excellent security and confidentiality.

1.4. In the current Privacy Policy, the following basic terms and definitions are used:

1.4.1 Confidentiality (confidential information) is a legal right of an individual or legal entity to disclose private or personal information (data) or commercially classified information. In the relationship between the Company and the Client, confidentiality refers to the Company’s commitment to ensure that the Company does not conceal and disclose the Customer’s information as it provides service to the Customer.

1.4.2 Customer’s personal information – information that characterizes, identifies, or verifies a customer or discloses specific details of his personality, financial terms and preferences. A more detailed description of this term can be found in the text of this Privacy Policy. The Privacy Policy is a complex measure, procedure, and action that provides for exceptional, authentic, and complete collection of complete, accurate and original information about the Customer. Information with the official (regulatory) organizations in accordance with the existing legislation and the conditions of the current Privacy Policy.

2. PERSONAL INFORMATION

2.1. When the Customer applies or maintains a live or demo account for the Company, the Company collects personal information for business purposes, such as evaluating the Client’s financial requirements, processing the Customer’s requests and opportunities, and informing the Customer about the products and services. This may interest him and provide effective and quality service to the Customer. This information can be of the following types:

2.1.1. Registration information – Information provided by the client about application forms and other documents (including electronic documents). This includes: name, surname, user name, contact information (postal address, phone number, e-mail, etc.), date of birth, profession, assets and revenues.

2.1.2. Transaction Information – Information between the Customer and the Company, or between the Customer and its Affiliates, as well as information between the Customer and the Company (unilateral or bilateral). Examples include Customer account balances, Trading activity, Customer requests, and Message responses used in the Company, including mail or log files. In this Privacy Policy, the term “Affiliates of the Company” refers to the companies owned or operated by the Company as well as a Company owned by the Company.

2.1.3. Verification Information – The information required to verify the Customer’s identity (or the main contract in case the Customer is a legal unit), such as a passport or driver’s license. Examples also include information from public records such as credit offices, information agencies, and address offices by the Company, or from other entities that are not affiliated with the Company. The Anti-Money Laundering Policy requires the Company to collect the necessary information and to take necessary measures to prevent the conversion and legalization of money (laundering) from illegal activities. In some cases, the Company has the right to request a document explaining the funds.

2.1.4. Information about subscriptions – information such as signals, alerts, news category and price subscriptions.

2.2. The Company does not collect or store any credit / debit card details of any customer.

2.3. The above is not included. The Company reserves the right to request further information from the Customer if necessary to comply with the existing legislation.

3. ABOUT “COOKIES”

3.1. Cookies are small files that contain information that a Web server (site) uses to track visitors. The company may set and access cookies on Client computers to assess which ads and promotions attract users to the Company Web site. The Company (or any of its departments) may use cookies to assess the Customer’s interest in the Company’s products and services and to track Customer activity on the Web server. The information collected by the Company and shared with its Subsidiaries is anonymous and not personally identifiable.

4. SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES

4.1. The Company uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption technology to protect specific information sent by its Customers. This technology prevents the Customer from capturing his / her information by anyone outside the Company. The company is working hard to ensure that Web servers (sites) are secure and meet industry standards. The company also uses other security measures, such as firewalls, authentication systems (eg passwords and personal identification numbers) and access control mechanisms, to control unauthorized access to systems and data.

4.2. At its sole discretion, the Company reserves the right to select technologies and methods of data protection and to cooperate with contractors that appear to be reliable for the Company.

4.3. In line with the recommendations of the Payment Card Industry Safety Standards Council, customer card details are protected using Transfer Layer encryption – TLS 1.2 and the application layer with AES algorithm and key length of 256 bits.

5. SHARING OF THE COMPANY WITH THE SUBSIDIARIES

5.1. The Company may share the personal information described above with its affiliates for business purposes, such as providing service to the Client’s accounts and informing them of new products and services as permitted by applicable law.

5.2. Affiliate partners may access Customer specific information upon request by the Company and subject to the mandatory approval by the individual Customer. Each access to Customer’s personal information by a partner partner is recorded in a log that can be viewed by the Customer. This log includes: time, spouse’s name and type of information sought.
6. SHARING INFORMATION WITH THIRD PARTIES

6.1. The Company does not disclose the Customer’s personal information to third parties except as provided in this Privacy Policy. Third-party disclosures may include sharing such information with the Company’s Non-Partner Partners, which provide technical support services to Client accounts, or facilitate the Company and Customer agreements with the Company, including those providing professional, legal or accounting advice to the Company. The non-affiliated Partners who assist the Company in providing services to customers to maintain the confidentiality of such information and the purposes for which such personal information is provided solely by the Company and solely by the Company.

6.2. The Company may also disclose Customer’s personal information to third parties in accordance with Customer’s instructions or in accordance with Customer’s express approval. The Company also informs the Client that he will not sell, temporarily, or distribute the Customer’s Personal Information under any circumstances whatsoever at no cost to the Customer.

7. LEGISLATION

7.1. Under limited circumstances, the Company may disclose the Customer’s personal information to third parties in accordance with or permitted by applicable laws and regulations. The Company may disclose personal information to comply with subpoena or other official requests and to cooperate with regulatory authorities and law enforcement agencies as necessary to protect Company rights or property.

7.2. Except as provided in this Privacy Policy, the Company shall not use the Customer’s personal information for any other purpose, unless expressly stated on the date of disclosure by Customer or unless expressly authorized to do so by the Company.

The Company has the right to use the Customer’s personal information when it is disclosed by the Customer or when the Company expressly expressly expressly expressly expresses the Customer’s warranty.

8. OPT OUTPUT

8.1. The Customer may refuse to provide any Personal information that the Company may request. However, failure to do so may result in the Company being unable to open or maintain an account or to provide other services to the Client.

Although the Company makes every effort to ensure that the services provided to its Customers are based on accurate, complete and up-to-date information about them, the Customer may be able to assist in the matter immediately by notifying the company immediately when such a change is made.

8.2. If the Customer does not want his / her personal information to be disclosed to third parties specified in this Privacy Policy, the Customer must contact the Company through a specific contact form.

9. Changes

9.1. The Company reserves the right to make changes to this Privacy Policy. In particular, this may be the case in cases in which the present edition of the Privacy Policy is not explained directly or indirectly, or in the event of a rule or law requiring such a change or addition.

9.2. Agenda procedure:

9.2.1 In the event of changes and / or additions, the Company shall inform the Customers by sending a corresponding message via the internal mail system on the official website.

9.2.2 The publication of the relevant notice on the Company Web Site and the sending of messages by internal mail shall be deemed to be an Adequate Privacy Policy of the changes in cases where the Customer has read or not considered the relevant text or ignored it.

9.2.3 The amended document shall enter into force after five (five) full astronomical days (120 hours) after the notice is published on the Company’s Web site, before the notice is only informative.

9.2.4 The amended document applies to all registered accounts immediately after publication (irrespective of any other accounts previously registered and owned by the owner). The amended document shall apply to the trading accounts recorded prior to the effective date of that document.

9.2.5 In the case of a rule of law requiring amendments and / or additions in accordance with this Privacy Policy, the rule of law shall apply immediately after the entry into force of the relevant legal regulation. required or no modification has been made. The regulations of the current Privacy Policy, which are either newly introduced or unlawful, become null and void when the relevant amendments to the above mentioned document become effective.

10. ACKNOWLEDGE CONDITIONS BY CLIENT

10.1. Being a customer of the company and actively using its services (including brokerage services and information services), using software and / or hardware to conduct professional activities in financial markets, I accept the Privacy Policy described in this Statement.

10.2. I accept all the provisions (provisions, chapters) of all the documents publicly disclosed by the Company during the use of any service of the Company, and in case of dispute, I will immediately discontinue use of the Company’s services.


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