The Newhaven Group is committed to respecting and protecting the privacy of users of our website, and of our prospective clients, clients, staff, and any other individuals whose personal information may have been entrusted to us. 

Each Newhaven Group company has its own policies and procedures concerning data protection, information security and client confidentiality in accordance with applicable laws and regulations in that company’s jurisdiction. 

We do not collect personal data (i.e. information by which someone can be identified as an individual) through this website unless a user of the website has voluntarily provided it to us (e.g. by submitting a contact form that includes personal data). However, we may monitor visits to the website and retain anonymised information about its users: further information on the collection of information about users of this website is available here 

We are only responsible for the collection and use of information from our own website. We are not responsible for the data collection and use practices, privacy polies or use of cookies by any third party website, including any third party website to which this website contains a link. 

All contact forms submitted through this website are processed through Newhaven Global’s Guernsey office (regardless of which jurisdiction the enquiry relates to), and any personal data included in such forms will be processed in accordance with the Data Protection (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law, 2017, which has been recognised by the European Commission as equivalent to the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). For more information see our Guernsey Privacy Notice.