Privacy & Cookies

  1. OxFORD Asset Management safeguards the personal information which you may provide through this website and to the extent that personal information is collected, it is held in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
  2. Any information you provide may contain personal details such as your name, address, telephone number, email address, etc. OxFORD Asset Management will use this information in connection with its business activities, recruitment programmes and other related activities, to compile statistics, and to ensure compliance with its obligations under the legal and regulatory regimes to which it is subject, including that of the UK Financial Conduct Authority. Information may also be collected about you indirectly, subject to compliance with applicable laws and regulations, including from monitoring and other means (e.g. recording of telephone calls and monitoring emails): such indirectly collected information is not accessed on a continuous or routine basis, but may be used for compliance or security purposes. OxFORD may disclose the information to its personnel, agents and service providers, as well as in response to regulatory, self-regulatory or legal enquiries.
  3. Any person submitting personal information is consenting under these terms to such information being processed for the purposes referred to above. You agree that OxFORD Asset Management has the right to use and store such data on its internal systems and to transfer it to its associated companies (if applicable), whether inside or outside the European Union, for the purpose of providing services to you. Please note that the level of protection in relation to the processing of personal data may not be the same in countries outside the European Union as in the United Kingdom.
  4. OxFORD Asset Management uses technology (Google Analytics) to analyse visitor behaviour on its website.  We collect standard internet log information about visitor behaviour patterns, including number of visitors to different parts of the website. The way in which the information is collected does not identify individuals.
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