Frontera Capital Group is committed to processing data in accordance with its responsibilities under applicable Personal Data Protection Laws and Regulations, to protect the confidentiality of personal data of clients, employees, and other stakeholders, prevent any breach of its regulatory obligations and to protect its reputation.

The data we collect

Frontera Capital Group collect basic identification information (e.g., Name, Date of Birth, Nationality, Address Details) as required under applicable laws and regulations, specifically in connection with Financial Services Laws and Regulation and Anti-Money Laundering requirements in line with the nature of Frontera Capital Group’s business activities.

How we collect data

We collect and process data from Clients and Business Partners:

– upon request for provision of services
– prior to establishing a business relationship
– during the lifetime of the business relationship


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The legal bases we
use to process data

The lawful basis on which Frontera Capital Group processes Personal Data, will be one of the following:

– The Data Subject has given consent to the processing for specific purposes.
– The processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which a Data Subject is a party, or in order to take steps at the request of a Data Subject prior to entering into such
contract; or
– The processing is necessary for compliance with Applicable Law that a Controller is subject to.

How we use data

We use Client related data so we can:

– Provide Clients with financial services in the best interest of the Client
– Comply with financial services rules and regulations
– Comply with AML rules and regulation applicable to Frontera Capital Group and its affiliates
– Comply with any other applicable laws and regulations to which Frontera Capital Group is subject

How we store data

Frontera Capital Group stores data in electronic format. Frontera Capital Group has implemented technical and organisational security measures to keep personal data secure, including being protected against unauthorised or unlawful processing (including transfers), and against accidental loss, destruction, or damage.

Who we share data with

We share your data with:

– Relevant regulatory and supervisory authorities in the jurisdictions in which Frontera capital group operates
– Third-party service providers in connection with Frontera Capital Group’ business

How we delete data

When Frontera Capital Group is required to stop processing the Data Subject’s data, we ensure it is Securely and permanently deleted, where permitted under applicable laws and regulations.

How long we keep data

Frontera Capital Group will store personal data as required by applicable laws, and only for the time necessary for the purpose it was collected.

Marketing and opting out

We will not use Personal Data for direct marketing purposes.

Data protection rights

Subject to some exemptions, Data Subject have the right to:

– Know whether we are processing personal information;
– Request a copy of the personal information we hold about the Data Subject, in a structured, commonly used, machine readable format such as email.
– Have any inaccuracies corrected or and have incomplete personal data completed.
– Have the Data Subject’s personal data erased if it is no longer needed; *
– Ask Frontera Capital Group to restrict the processing of their data.
– Object to Frontera Capital Group processing their data.
– Object to processing that is carried out in our legitimate interests.
– Not be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing if it produces legal effects or similarly affects them.
– Make a complaint to the Supervisory Authority; and
– Not be discriminated against when the Data Subjects exercises any of their rights.

The information must be made available free of charge and within one month of the request

* As a result of for example AML laws and regulations, financial services regulations, and other legal obligations, not all data pertaining to the Data Subject may be removed, e.g., AML related data must be retained during the lifetime of the client relationship and for 6 years after ending of the relationship.

Data protection rights

Frontera Capital Group may transfer data outside the jurisdictions in which it operates, including jurisdictions outside the list of jurisdictions with adequate data protection regimes. Frontera Capital Group may not have obtained a permit to transfer data to such jurisdictions. Frontera Capital Group relies on the following when transferring data outside the list of jurisdictions with adequate data protection regimes:

– the transfer is necessary for the performance of a contract between the Data Subject and the Data Controller, or the implementation of pre-contractual measures taken in response to the Data Subject’s request;
– the transfer is necessary for the conclusion or performance of a contract concluded in the interest of the Data Subject between the Data Controller and a Third Party.
– the transfer is necessary in order to protect the vital interests of the Data.
– the transfer is necessary to comply with any regulatory requirements, auditing, accounting, anti-money laundering or counter terrorist financing obligations or the prevention or detection of any crime that apply to a Data Controller.

Changes to this Privacy Notice

This Personal Data Policy and Privacy Notice is kept under regular review and updates are provided at the discretion of Frontera Capital Group.

How to contact us

Frontera Capital Group is not required to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO), it has however allocated responsibility for oversight and compliance with respect to data protection duties and obligations under the Data Protection Regulation to the Responsible Person. Data Subject can submit their queries in relation to their data to:

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Frontera Capital Group Limited is a private company limited by shares incorporated in the Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates and is regulated by the ADGM Financial Services Regulatory Authority under reference number 160011. Frontera Capital Limited and Global Frontera Markets Inc. are subsidiary companies of Frontera Capital Group Limited. Frontera Capital Limited is authorised and regulated in the United Kingdom by the Financial Conduct Authority under reference number 650711. Global Frontera Markets Inc is authorised and regulated in the State of Delaware, USA, by the SEC under the reference number 8-67668, and is a member of FINRA/SIPC.