Personal and business information
We are bound by the rules of our professional body CIMA to keep any information you give us confidential and not pass any personal or business information to any third party, unless required to do so by law or to comply with regulations or quality control reviews.
What information we collect and how it is used.
To be able to reply to questions and to arrange a meeting we have to collect certain information from you. As part of this you are required to give your contact information which may include your name, address and postcode. We may also use this information for internal marketing analysis.
User name and password - if we collect a user name and password, this is so we can keep your information safe.
Email address - we may correspond with you regarding our work for you via email and if you have requested it we may send information about our products and services.
Telephone numbers - if we require information or we need to check anything, we may need to contact you quickly.
Payment card information - we process all card payments through an accredited supplier. we do not hold payment card information.
Where you heard about us - we may ask this to help make our marketing more efficient.
Correspondence - if you contact us we may keep a record of that correspondence.
Communications - We may occasionally send out information about our products and services. This will only happen if you have registered an interest in our products.
Changes to the information we hold
You can opt out of receiving further information from us or inform us of any changes to your contact information by sending an email to
Use of log files
Our website servers collect log files which contain information including the IP address of a visitor to the site. IP addresses are not linked to personal information and the data is only used to administer and ensure the efficient running of the website.
A cookie is a small file which is placed on the computer of visitors to a website. Its purpose is to collect information about a visitors browsing habits this helps to personalise the browsing experience for visitors but it also allows the owner of the website to gather statistical information about the use of the site. A cookie does not identify a visitor as an individual. We do not use them to store personal information other than information you choose to give us.
You can block or decline to accept cookies but please be aware that this may affect the functionality of the site for you.
If you have any questions please contact us on the email address below