The National Cites Tahseen Consulting’s Research on Personal Data Privacy Practices in United Arab Emirates Financial Institutions

Saturday, September 20, 2014
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Tahseen Consulting is honored to have its report on personal data privacy practices of financial institutions in the UAE cited by The National, one of the UAE’s largest English-language daily newspapers. In our report issued in July 2014, we found that UAE personal financial data privacy policies can be significantly improved to offer consumers more control over their personal data. Our original article is available here: http://tahseen.ae/blog/?p=974.

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Most UAE banks don’t give the right to opt out of sharing your personal information with affiliates, companies related by common ownership or third parties, Mr Schwalje adds. “So if a large bank has affiliated subsidiaries that offer private banking, financial management or insurance, all of your information can be freely shared for cross-selling services.”

Most UAE banks don’t give the right to opt out of sharing your personal information with affiliates, companies related by common ownership or third parties. If a large bank has affiliated subsidiaries that offer private banking, financial management or insurance, all of your information can be freely shared for cross-selling services.

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