Prescott Holdings, LLC (including its affiliates, subsidiaries, and related parties, individually and collectively referred to herein as “Prescott”) does not disclose confidential information relating to its partners, clients and investors except as permitted or required by law. Prescott does not sell or share private information with non-Prescott entities. Prescott has adopted the following policy regarding how information relating to its partners, clients and investors is used and maintained.
It is Prescott’s intention to collect only relevant partner, client and investor information that it is either permitted or required by law to collect in conducting its business, such as i) public and private information relating to its partners, clients and investors and their activities; ii) information about specific assignments, transactions, and investments involving Prescott’s partners, clients and investors; iii) information relating to communication between Prescott and its partners, clients and investors, including written, verbal, and electronic material and data; iv) material used to complete transactions involving Prescott’s partners, clients and investors; and v) financial data provided by Prescott’s partners, clients and investors or obtained from third party sources, including information relating to financial relationships, credit history, and investment experience. Prescott may use such information in analyzing specific assignments, transactions, and investments and in evaluating the suitability of specific investment products. All or a portion of such information may be shared among entities affiliated with Prescott.
Prescott is committed to preserving the confidentiality and security of confidential information relating to its partners, clients and investors. All Prescott employees are instructed to use strict standards of care regarding the confidentiality of nonpublic information as outlined in the firm’s policies. Additionally, in the event Prescott provides confidential information relating to its partners, clients and investors to outside companies and independent contractors on a limited basis in the course of its work, Prescott requires such entities to enter into confidentiality agreements that restrict the use of such confidential information. Prescott maintains physical, electronic and procedural safeguards to protect nonpublic confidential information.