Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information that appears on this website and materials disseminated by Newhaven Global companies, but accuracy and completeness cannot be guaranteed. No company within the Newhaven Global provides legal, investment or taxation advice. All clients and prospective clients are strongly recommended to obtain professional advice as required. Clients resident in certain jurisdictions may be ineligible to receive services from companies within the Newhaven Global.
This website does not constitute a solicitation for, or offer of, services. Each situation will be considered on its respective merits at the sole discretion of Newhaven Global.
No responsibility for errors in transmission: Newhaven Global companies will not be liable for any error in transmission. E-mail should not be relied upon unless separate verification is obtained via another medium.
Nothing in this e-mail and/or its attachments is intended to constitute legal, tax, accounting or financial advice, and no such reliance should be placed on its contents. You should take advice from your professional advisers as appropriate.
Viruses: Messages sent via e-mail may be subject to delays, non-delivery and unauthorised alteration. No warranty is given as to the completeness and accuracy of the contents and any errors or omissions shall not form the basis for any claim, demand or cause for action. Newhaven Global offices maintain anti-virus software and all attachments have been scanned to remove viruses, however, we do not accept responsibility for e-mail and attachments once they have left our environment.
Fraudulent e-mails: Please note that Newhaven Global will never send you an e-mail requesting your password or credit card details. If you receive any suspicious e-mails that appear to be from Newhaven Global asking for your credit card number or password it will be a fraudulent e-mail, or 'phishing'. We recommend that you do not reply to the e-mail or click onto any links or pop-up messages and report the matter to the local authorities which handle fraudulent e-mails. If you believe 'phishers' have gained access to your personal or financial information, we recommend that you also change your password(s), alert your credit card service provider and bank and review credit card and bank account statements to check for unauthorised charges.
Unsecure communication: It is important to note that e-mail communication is not secure. There is a risk inherent in the use of e-mail. Please be aware of this when requesting information or sending forms to us by e-mail. We recommend that you do not include any sensitive information including bank account details when using e-mail or using any public computers/public WiFi. Please bear in mind that no security system or system of transmitting information over the Internet is guaranteed to be secure.
To be prudent, it is advisable to always close your browser when you have finished completing a form. Although the session will automatically terminate after a short period of inactivity, it is easier for a third party to gain access to your profile while you are logged onto a website.