Privacy Policy

The Parrish Group, LLC, (collectively, “The Parrish Group” or “we”) understand the importance of maintaining the confidentiality of our customers’ nonpublic personal information. In order to provide financial products and services to our customers efficiently and accurately, we may collect nonpublic personal information about our customers from the following sources: (1) information we receive from account documentation, including applications or other forms (which may include information such as a customer’s name, address, social security number, assets and income) and (2) information about our customers’ transactions with us, our affiliates and others (including information such as a customer’s account balances and account activity).

It is our policy not to disclose nonpublic personal information about our customers (or former customers) except to our affiliates, or to others as permitted or required by law. From time to time, The Parrish Group may disclose nonpublic personal information that we collect about our customers (or former customers), as described above, to non-affiliated third party providers, including those that perform processing or servicing functions and those that provide marketing services for us or on our behalf pursuant to a joint marketing agreement that requires the third party provider to adhere to The Parrish Group’s privacy policy. We have policies and procedures to safeguard nonpublic personal information about our customers (or former customers) which include (1) restricting access to such nonpublic personal information and (2) maintaining physical, electronic and procedural safeguards that comply with federal standards to safeguard such nonpublic personal information.
Business Continuity Statement

The Parrish Group, LLC and its subsidiaries and affiliates (collectively “The Parrish Group” or “we”) have adopted a business continuity strategy that provides for the continuation of business critical functions in the event of a partial or total building outage affecting any of our offices or a technical problem affecting our applications, data centers, or network. The recovery strategies we employ are designed to limit the impact on clients from any business interruption or disaster.

Our process for developing business resumption strategies and plans involved analysis, planning, implementation, and testing. The process was initiated by conducting a Business Impact Analysis (BIA) with each of the business areas. The BIA identified requirements for key employees, applications and services necessary to support the business critical functions for a short duration outage through a longer term outage affecting our location. These requirements were reviewed and approved by the business and used to develop the recovery plan that will be employed in the event of an emergency. The recovery plan will be periodically tested and updated based on test results as well as any new requirements that are identified when the BIAs are reviewed or any ad hoc business changes that require the plan to be updated.

Business recovery strategies are varied to make appropriate use of both internal and external capabilities. They include external recovery vendor solutions, interoffice relocation, workload shifts, and secured remote access.

Through testing, we have verified the resources identified during the BIA process as necessary for recovery of all critical business functions, and that such functions operate in accordance with the recovery specifications outlined during the BIA process. While using cost effective and technologically proven systems, equipment and techniques, the firm continually updates both the recovery plans and the necessary technology in order to minimize the time required to recover from a disruption.

No plan is effective without proper documentation. Therefore, The Parrish Group has developed and maintains business continuity plans for our business and office. These plans include mobilization procedures, notification guidelines, call trees and other pertinent information for our business as well as plans for crisis management and executive management personnel to insure proper coordination of command and control activities in the event of an emergency.

Although we have taken steps to develop detailed business continuity plans, unforeseen circumstances may create situations where we are unable to fully recover from a significant business interruption. However, we believe our planning and implementation process reduces the risk in this area.

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