Privacy & Security


Greystone Capital Partners and its affiliates (collectively "Greystone" or "We") will treat personal data that you provide through this website ("site") according to this privacy policy, which is consistent with our treatment of personal data that you provide offline to us or to any of our professionals. By visiting our site, you agree to be bound by this policy.


If you are visiting this site from outside of the United States, or Jamaica (West Indies), please do not provide any personal data through this site or by e-mail, as this privacy policy may not comply with your local law.


This website is not intended for visitors under 18 years of age. We do not knowingly solicit or collect personal data from or about such persons, nor do we knowingly market our products or services to such persons.


Personal data identifies an individual, for example by name, address, telephone number, or e-mail address. If you send us e-mail or request information, we will collect your name, email address, and any other personal data you supply in your message.


When you visit the site, Greystone automatically collects certain non-personal data by various means, one of which is "cookies." A cookie is an alphanumeric string of text (a unique identifier) that our web-server stores in your computer by means of your web-browser. The cookie allows us to recognize your computer when you revisit our site. We can then improve your use of the site, for example by providing quick log-in and saving you from retyping information in a form. Cookies also allow us to analyze aggregate traffic on the site, in order to streamline navigation and keep the content fresh for all visitors. You can configure your browser to reject cookies, but doing so may disable some of our site's features. Cookies do not contain personal data, nor can they read or transmit any data on your computer's hard drive. They can, nonetheless, be combined with personal data that you knowingly provide, to create a profile. Greystone does not use cookies in this manner without your express consent. Regardless of cookies, all web-browsers transmit the IP address of the computer on which they are running (so that the web-server knows where to send the requested web page). We analyze IP addresses only in extraordinary circumstances to attempt to track hackers.


We may use the data that you provide if you send us e-mail or request information, to reply to your request. We may also use the data that you provide to help us improve the content and function of this or other sites, to better understand our customers and markets, to improve our products and services, to enhance our marketing and promotional efforts, to improve product offerings, and to later contact you, electronically or otherwise, about products or services that we believe will interest you. If required by law, such communications will explain how to "opt out" of receiving future communications. You cannot opt out of receiving communications about your account, such as service announcements and administrative notices.


Greystone may share data that you provide under the following circumstances: a. Affiliates 1. We may share your name, address, and other such information with our affiliates. 2. We may also share other personal data that you provide with our affiliates in order to provide you with information about products or services that may interest you. b. Third Parties (Disclosures Permitted or Required by Law) - In certain instances, we are permitted or even required to disclose your personal data to third parties. Examples of this type of permitted disclosure are responding to regulators or auditors, protecting against fraud, or providing information in connection with proposed or actual business transactions involving our companies or accounts. We may also disclose your personal data to third parties when legally compelled to do so, or when we believe that such disclosure is appropriate to comply with the law, to enforce our terms of use, or to protect the rights, property, or safety of Greystone, its employees, customers, visitors to the site, and others. Please be aware that these disclosures are permitted by law without your consent. c. Business Transfers - As we develop our business, we may sell or buy businesses or assets, or be involved in mergers or other corporate reorganization. In transactions such as these, your personal data may be one of the transferred business assets.


Greystone uses reasonable measures to protect personal data from unauthorized access, deletion, or alteration.. E-mail communications are not encrypted. Therefore you should not send any personal data by e-mail. Greystone will never send you e-mail requesting personal data.


Greystone does not control and is not responsible for other visitors' treatment of information that you post on public areas of the site. For example, such information may be collected and used by others for their own purposes, including sending you unsolicited e-mail.


If you wish to review, correct, or remove personal data that you provided to Greystone, please send e-mail to


This site may have hyperlinks to or pop-up windows from other websites. Greystone is not responsible for their content or privacy practices. We urge you to review the privacy policy of any website that you visit.


Greystone may revise this privacy policy from time to time. You should periodically check the revision date below to learn of any revisions. Your use of the website at any time is deemed acceptance of the privacy policy then in effect. If you have questions about this privacy policy, please send e-mail to

Updated December 2009