The following outlines True Capital Limited's Privacy Policy and Complaints Procedure.

Our Privacy Policy.

 

True Capital Limited respects your privacy and is committed to protecting it. We provide this privacy statement to inform you of our Privacy Policy and practices. 

 

Information we collect.


Personal information.

This is information that is associated with your name or personal identity;

  • Once you choose to provide us with personal information, you can be assured it will be used only as required in providing our services to you and to support your customer relationship with True. We take seriously the trust you place in us;
  • You can request at any time a copy of the personal information we hold for you.

Non-personal information.

This is predominantly data about website usage and operations that are not associated with a specific personal identity. Most non-personal data is collected via cookies.

How we use your information.

True uses your personal information to provide you with our services and support and to help us better understand your needs and requirements. We may also use your information to contact you directly regarding our services.

Who we share your information with.

True will not sell, rent or lease your personal information to others. We may disclose your personal information to others in the following circumstances and/or for the following purposes:

  • Where it is necessary for the provision of information or services to you;
  • Where we are required to do so by the courts or to comply with other legal, statutory and/or regulatory obligations including accounting and taxation requirements;
  • To prevent and/or detect crime.
  • Your data will always be managed with reference to all relevant laws and regulations.

Communications with you.

To ensure you are kept fully informed we may contact you by mail, email and other means of communication to provide you with information on special offers, research, and promotions of investments, products and services. If you do not want to receive this information you can write us to let us know at the following address:

True Capital Limited
Francis House
11 Francis Street
London SW1P 1DE

 

Our Complaints Procedure.

 

True Capital Ltd places a premium on the successful outcome of complaints – successful both in terms of the satisfaction of the customer and the protection and enhancement of the firm’s reputation.  To this end the following procedures have been designed to produce as efficient and fair an outcome to any complaint raised.

 

The Procedure.

Should you have a complaint that we have been unable to resolve by the close of business the third business day after you raised it, you should write us at the following address:

The Compliance Officer, True Capital Ltd, Francis House, 11 Francis Street, London SW1P 1DE

  • Alternatively, you may call us on +44 20 3740 6940 and ask to speak to the Compliance Officer.

You will then receive a written acknowledgement that your complaint has been received and will be investigated.  The known facts of the complaint will be confirmed in the acknowledgement.  The Compliance Officer will decide who is the most appropriate person to investigate the matter.

Finalising the complaint.

True Capital Ltd requires all complaint investigations to have been finalised within 8 weeks from the date on which the matter was originally raised.  On the conclusion of the investigation, the Compliance Officer will write to you stating:

  • whether the complaint has been upheld or rejected;
  • if the complaint was upheld, detailing any offer of compensation;
  • that the complainant, if from a retail customer or individual, may have the right to complain directly to the Financial Ombudsman Service, with their contact details, and enclosing a copy of the Financial Ombudsman Service explanatory leaflet http://www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk/publications/consumer-leaflet.htm

Time barred complaints.

If we receive a complaint which relates to a matter which is:

  • six years after the event complained of; or:
  • three years from the date on which the complainant became aware (or ought reasonably to have become aware) that he had cause for complaint;

we may reject the complaint without considering the merits.  The Ombudsman may waive the time limits in exceptional circumstances.