Customer data privacy policy

The Banking Frontiers customer data privacy policy has been developed to demonstrate our commitment to the privacy of the information that you provide us. The policy aims to outline what personal information we collect, what we do or do not do with this information, and why these are necessary. It also conveys to you your rights regarding your personal data shared with us.


The Banking Frontiers is in the business of disseminating information on news, analysis and trends in the financial services industry. We are also in the business of creating strong and lasting working relationships with high level and influential decision makers for the advancement of best practices and business standards in the industry.


The Banking Frontiers web servers do not automatically log and record individual-specific information on our site. Should the user attempt to register for access to information on the site, such information such as the user’s email address and name may be required, during which time the user is deemed to have agreed to our privacy policy with regard to said information.

We also collect information about users during their participation in certain activities on The Banking Frontiers website, including but not limited to contests, forums, and polls; and through the use of cookies.

The user-supplied information collected through the registration process, surveys, contest entry forms, polls or other similar vehicles is used to improve the content of our site, or for our marketing purposes. It is not shared with other organisations for commercial purposes unless specifically stated.


When you view this website, we may store some data on your computer in the form of a “cookie”. This allows us to better match your interests or to store your password to save you having to re-enter it each time.

If you do not wish to receive cookies, please configure your Internet browser to erase all cookies from your computer’s hard drive, block all cookies or to receive a warning before a cookie is stored.