Inflection Point Investments LLP
This privacy notice applies to the use of personal information by Inflection Point Investments LLP. Any member of Inflection Point Investments LLP may use and share, within that group, the information you provide and other information it holds about you for the purposes set out below.
Information we may hold about you
information you’ve provided to us, including on our website.
information about our products and services you’ve enquired about.
information provided by other companies who’ve obtained your permission to share information about you.
information we collect using cookies stored on your device about your use of the website. for more information on cookies and how to manage them, please see the section on cookies.
your IP address, this is a number that identifies a specific network device on the internet and is required for your device to communicate with websites.
How we may we use your information
In addition to using your information to provide you with requested products or services and general account management and the management of traffic across our network, we may also use your information in the following ways:
to monitor and improve our products, services and websites.
we may share information with credit reference and fraud prevention agencies for use in credit decisions, and for fraud detection and prevention purposes.
if false or inaccurate information is provided and fraud is identified, the details will be passed to fraud prevention agencies. law enforcement agencies may access and use this information. we and other organisations may also access and use this information to prevent fraud and money laundering, for example when: checking details on applications for credit and credit related or other facilities; managing credit and credit related accounts and facilities; recovering debt; checking details on proposals and claims for all types of insurance; or checking details of job applications and employees. we and other organisations may access and use from other countries the information recorded by fraud prevention agencies. please contact us by emailing us. if you want to receive details of the relevant fraud prevention agencies.
we may also share your information with other companies for debt recovery purposes.
for market research.
to enable us to comply with any legal or regulatory requirements; to protect or enforce our rights or the rights of any third party; in the detection and prevention of fraud and other crimes; and for the purpose of safeguarding national security.
we may disclose your information to any successors of our business for them to use for the purposes set out in this privacy notice.
Unless You’ve Asked Us Not To:
to send you periodic newsletters about your chosen services.
to send you direct marketing. this may include communications by post, telephone or email, by sms, about us and our business partners’ products and services, events and special offers, including, where applicable, for a reasonable time after you have ceased to be a customer of ours.
to provide you with personalised services, such as providing you with viewing private fund pages. this means that we have your agreement to store information about you on the devices you use, for example to make some of the information you see more relevant to you.
You can opt out by e-mailing email@example.com. You can also click on the “unsubscribe” link in direct marketing emails from us. You can opt out of direct marketing altogether or you can choose between post, telephone and email.
You can also opt out of receiving our newsletters by clicking on the “unsubscribe” link in emails, or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
You should be aware that when you use our websites, mobile sites, or mobile apps, we may collect information by using ‘cookies’.
What are cookies and how do they work?
Cookies are small bits of text that are downloaded to your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. Your browser sends these cookies back to the website every time you visit the site again, so it can recognise you and can then tailor what you see on the screen.
Cookies are an important part of the internet. They make using websites much smoother and affect lots of the useful features of websites. There are many different uses for cookies, but they fall into four main groups.
Cookies that are needed to provide the service you have asked for
Some cookies are essential so you can move around the website and use its features. Without these cookies, services you’ve asked for can’t be provided. These cookies don’t gather information about you that could be used for marketing or remembering where you’ve been on the internet.
Here are some examples of essential cookies.
Some are session cookies which make it possible to navigate through the website smoothly. However these are automatically deleted after you close your web browser. improving your browsing experience
These cookies allow the website to remember choices you make, such as your language or region and they provide improved features.
Here are a few examples of just some of the ways that cookies are used to improve your experience on our websites.
remembering if you’ve agreed to a disclaimer, so you’re not asked to do it again.
giving you access to content provided by social-media sites like linkedin or twitter.
showing ‘related article’ links that are relevant to the page you’re looking at.
We like to keep track of what pages and links are popular and which ones don’t get used so much to help us keep our sites relevant and up to date. It’s also very useful to be able to identify trends of how people navigate (find their way through) our sites and if they get ‘error messages’ from web pages.
This group of cookies, often called ‘analytics cookies’ are used to gather this information. These cookies don’t collect information that identifies you. The information collected is anonymous and is grouped with the information from everyone else’s cookies. We can then see the overall patterns of usage rather than any one person’s activity. Analytics cookies only record activity on the site you are on and they are only used to improve how a website works.
Some of our websites and some of the emails you might get from us also contain small invisible images known as ‘web beacons’ or ‘tracking pixels’. These are used to count the number of times the page or email has been viewed and allows us to measure the effectiveness of its marketing and emails. These web beacons are anonymous and don’t contain or collect any information that identifies you.
We also use ‘affiliate’ cookies. Some of our web pages will contain promotional links to other companies’ sites. If you follow one of these links and then register with or buy something from that other site, a cookie is sometimes used to tell that other site that you came from one of our sites. That other site may then pay us a small amount for the successful referral. This works using a cookie. For more information, see the Internet Advertising Bureau’s guide about how affiliate marketing works.