Cohort is fully committed to protecting your privacy and data.
You have the right to transparency regarding any of your personal data and information held by us. You may request access to your data at any time via written request and providing evidence of your identity. The Solo Group may charge a reasonable fee for providing such information in response to a privacy access request.
In this Policy, where we refer to ‘Cohort’ (or ‘we’/’us’/’our’), we mean Cohort and each of the Solo Group of Companies, namely, Solo Capital Ltd. and Solo IP Ltd.
References to ‘Personal Data’ or ‘Personal Information’ mean any information about an individual that allows that person to be identified. It does not include data where identifying details have been removed (anonymous data).
By providing personal information such as your name and email address through our website, you agree to us contacting you with regard to the information and/or services you have requested.
Your information will not be shared with any third party except to the extent that it is legally required or is necessary to fulfil regulatory obligations (e.g. screening requests in connection with Know Your Client requirements).
Your personal information may be collected by us through your use of this website, when you request information from us, or when you otherwise engage with a Cohort entity.
We may also collect information through third parties or publicly available sources.
The personal information we may collect and hold includes, but is not limited to:
We will only use your personal data in a manner allowed by law. Most commonly this will be in circumstances such as those described below:
Personal Data may be disclosed to third parties in the course of conducting business. The recipients of such information will depend on the services that are being agreed and provided.
Disclosures made to third party service providers, such as those described in this section, will be subject to conditions of confidentiality and security as we may consider appropriate to the specific circumstances.
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The cookies used on our website do not identify visitors or collect personal details.
The information collected by the cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous and only used to improve how the website functions.
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Links to other websites may be provided for your convenience. Cohort is not responsible for the content of these websites and so far as legally permissible disclaims all liability in respect of such content or any links that they may contain.
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