Preserving trust is a core value. Denali Wealth Management, Inc. (”DWM”) recognizes that clients expect us to protect the information they provide us and to use it responsibly. We are strongly committed to fulfilling the trust that is the foundation of our clients’ expectations. For that reason we have adopted and adhere to the following policy regarding the privacy of client information.
Why We Collect And How We Use Information
When we evaluate your request for our services, provide investment advice to you and place transactions for your account, you typically provide us with certain personal information necessary for us to provide these services. We may also use that information to offer you other services we or an affiliate may provide which may meet your investment needs.
What Information We Collect
The information we collect may include: name and address; employer; Social Security number or tax payer identification number; assets; income; account transactions; investment and other financial product positions and balances; investment objectives; accounts at other institutions; transactions at other institutions, including affiliates; the identities of consultants, accountants, attorneys and other professionals you engage. Information we receive from third parties, including credit bureaus; and information we obtain to verify your representations to us, such as your identity and assets.
We Limit How, and With Whom We Share Your Information
We do not sell your personal information to anyone. We may disclose information about you with your consent to our employees, affiliates, representatives and their affiliated businesses. We may disclose information to nonaffiliated third parties when providing services to you. Nonaffiliated third parties may include retirement plan sponsors or third party administrators, custodial banks, mutual fund companies, insurance companies and agencies, third party advisory firms, banks, broker-dealers, transaction clearing firms, accountants, lawyers, securities professionals, companies that assist us with the maintenance of required records, and others to assist us, or them, in providing services to you.
We may also share information with companies that perform services on our behalf, such as the companies that we hire to perform marketing or administrative services. Companies we may hire to provide support services are not allowed to use your personal information for their own purposes. We may also make additional disclosures as permitted by law. We will also share the information we received from you as required by laws and rules applicable to you, client account service providers, DWM or DWM’s representatives.
If you close your account, in the process of transferring your accounts we may share your information with the new broker-dealer, investment adviser or custodian that you or your DWM representative selects. Your DWM representative may use the personal information about you in his or her files to provide you with information regarding the new firm, account transfer procedures and documents.
If you prefer that we not share your nonpublic personal information nonpublic personal information (except in those circumstances described above that are permitted or required by law), you may opt out at any time by notifying us not to share information. To notify us, please call us at 414-847-6477. You will be asked to provide identifying client information at that time, including your Social Security Number. For accounts that are held jointly by more than one client, any of the account holders may opt out on behalf of the other account holders. Any opt out instructions received from one owner of a joint account will apply also to individual accounts in that person’s name, as well as other accounts held jointly by that person, based on the account information we have.
How We Protect Information
Employees and our advisory representatives are required to comply with our established information confidentiality procedures. We also maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to protect information. For example, our computer systems utilize password protection to prevent access by unauthorized personnel. DWM ensures service providers provide assurances that they will restrict their use of the information provided about you.
Access to and Correction of Your Information
Upon your written request, we will make available your information for review. Information collected in connection with, or in anticipation of, any claim or legal proceeding will not be made available. If your personal information with us becomes inaccurate, or if you need to make a change to that information, please contact us at the number shown below so we can update our records. Also, if you believe someone has accessed your account without authorization, please contact us as soon as possible.