Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Centerstone’s protection of your account information is very important to you and to us. We maintain the confidentiality of your information and do not sell nor disclose it to anyone except as permitted or required by law or as described in this statement.

We do not collect any personally identifiable information from anyone who is merely visiting or browsing our websites; however, personal information may be obtained from visitors who choose to send us e-mail messages with inquiries regarding our company and its products and services.

Presently, our website uses cookies to facilitate easier navigation within the site and provide a higher level of convenience for the visitor. Information about Cookies use is described below.

Centerstone generally has an obligation to maintain the confidentiality of your account information pursuant to regulatory requirements. Our Code of Ethics directs Centerstone’s employees regarding the permitted and restricted uses of account names and non-public information. Within Centerstone, access to information about your account is restricted to those employees who need to know the information to service your account. Employees are trained to follow our procedures to protect your privacy and are instructed to access information about you only when they have a business reason to obtain it. Centerstone uses physical, electronic and procedural safeguards to keep your information secure.

Account information shared outside of Centerstone may be shared with third-party investment advisers, consultants or other financial intermediaries authorized by you to receive this information on your behalf. Account information may also be provided to a broker-dealer or other business party required for the purpose of transacting for, servicing or maintaining your account. Our third party relationships use account information only to perform the services for which they have been hired, and are not permitted to use or disclose that information for any other purpose.

Cookies Policy

Centerstone’s websites utilize a few different technologies to collect, store, and aggregate data about usage. We may use electronic tags called “cookies” to help us understand and analyze use of our sites. This work is either performed directly by us or by a third party we’ve hired to assist us. We collect information about which pages have been accessed and for how long, the country you are accessing a site from, and certain technical information regarding your computer and operating systems, such as your Internet protocol address, domain name and browser, etc.

Certain sections of Centerstone’s sites require cookies to be enabled to enhance site performance. For example, cookies provide a secure way for us to verify your identity during your online session and any return visits, they enable us to personalize your experience on our sites, and they help enhance site navigation. Cookies also help us to understand how people use our sites so we can improve site functionality.

When you come to a Centerstone website, a server sends a cookie to your computer. Standing alone, cookies do not identify you personally; they merely recognize your browser. Generally, personally identifiable information is obtained by us only when you decide to provide it, such as when requesting additional information via email.

We use two types of cookies on our sites, temporary cookies and persistent cookies. Temporary cookies are used to store information during a browser session and will expire shortly after concluding a visit to one of our sites. Persistent cookies are used to store information between visits to one of our sites and are stored permanently or for a specified length of time. Persistent cookies are used by Centerstone to facilitate easier navigation within our sites and provide a higher level of convenience for the visitor.

You can choose to have your computer warn you each time a cookie is being sent, or you can choose to turn off all cookies. Your management of cookies generally is handled through your browser’s settings (e.g., Internet Explorer). You should review your browser’s Help menu to learn the correct way to modify your cookies.