Privacy policy

Respecting your privacy rights is important to us. Please click on the appropriate link below to understand the purposes for which we process your personal data and who it may be shared with:

Privacy Statement for all parties to a Retail Banking and/or Private Banking account

This Privacy Statement relates to the collection, use and disclosure of personal data, including special or sensitive personal data, by any member of the Standard Chartered Group (“SCB”, “we” or “our”). Personal Data is information relating to an individual (“you” or “your”).

The data controller of your personal data is the SCB entity you have or may have a relationship with or with whom an account is maintained that you are a security provider for. Our Head Office functions may also be the controller of your Personal Data. A list of SCB entities can be found here.

Personal data comprises all the details SCB holds or collects about you, directly or indirectly, your transactions, transactions you effect, financial information, interactions and dealings with SCB, including information received from third parties, the public domain, collected through use of our website, cookies, and our electronic banking services.

If you have or are party to more than one account with SCB, including to a Corporate and Institutional Banking relationship, we will link all your accounts and personal data to enable us to have an overall picture of your relationship with us.

If you do not provide us with personal data we need to meet our legal and regulatory obligations or to enter into an agreement with you we may not be able to provide you with the products or services you have requested.

Purposes for which we may process your Personal Data

To enable us to fulfil the contract between us for the products or services you have requested, we need to process your personal data for purposes including the following:

i. processing applications for products and services, effecting payments, transactions and completing instructions or requests;
ii. providing products and services (including electronic banking services);
iii. assessing suitability for products and services;
iv. credit assessment, including conducting credit checks and setting credit limits;
v. operational purposes;
vi. statistical purposes;
vii. establishment, continuation and management of banking relationships and accounts;
viii. surveillance of premises and ATMs.

For some purposes in connection with the service you have requested, we have a legal or regulatory obligation to process your Personal Data. These purposes include:

i. the prevention, detection, investigation and prosecution of crime in any jurisdiction (including, without limitation, money laundering, terrorism, fraud and other financial crime);
ii. identity verification, government sanctions screening and due diligence checks;
iii. to comply with local or foreign law, regulations, directives, judgments or court orders, government sanctions or embargoes, reporting requirements under financial transactions legislation, and demands of any authority, regulator, tribunal, enforcement agency, or exchange body.

We may also process your Personal Data in line with any voluntary codes; to effect agreements between any member of the Standard Chartered Group and any authority, regulator, or enforcement agency; to comply with policies (including the Standard Chartered Group’s policies) and good practice standards where it is in our legitimate interest to do so.

We may also process your Personal Data where it is in our legitimate interests to seek professional advice, including, in connection with any legal proceedings (including any prospective legal proceedings), for obtaining legal advice or for establishing, exercising or defending legal rights.

To whom we may disclose Personal Data

Any member of SCB, including our officers, employees, agents and advisers, may disclose your Personal Data to any of the following parties for any of the purposes specified above:

i. any member of the Standard Chartered Group anywhere in the world, including any officer, employee, agent or director;
ii. professional advisers (including auditors), third party service providers, agents or independent contractors providing services to support SCB’s business;
iii. our business alliance partners who may provide their product or service to you;
iv. a merchant or a member of a card association where the disclosure is in connection with use of a card;
v. upon your death or mental incapacity, your legal representative and their legal advisers, and a member of your immediate family for the purpose of allowing him/her to make payment on your account;
vi. any security provider or any person authorised to operate your account and to act on your behalf in giving instructions, to perform any other acts under our banking agreement or use any product;
vii. any person to whom disclosure is allowed or required by local or foreign law, regulation or any other applicable instrument;
viii. any court, tribunal, regulator, enforcement agency, exchange body, tax authority, or any other authority (including any authority investigating an offence) or their agents;
ix. any debt collection agency, credit bureau or credit reference agency, rating agency correspondents, insurer or insurance broker, direct or indirect provider of credit protection and fraud prevention agencies;
x. any financial institution to conduct credit checks, anti-money laundering related checks, for fraud prevention and detection of crime purposes;
xi. anyone we consider necessary to facilitate requests for services or applications for products with any member of the Standard Chartered Group;
xii. anyone we consider necessary in order to provide services in connection with a product;
xiii. any actual or potential participant or sub-participant in relation to any of our obligations in respect of any banking agreement, assignee, novatee or transferee (or any officer, employee, agent or adviser of any of them);
located in any jurisdiction.

Security

Personal Data may be transferred to, or stored at, a location outside of your country of residence, which may not have data protection law. The security of your personal data is important to us. SCB has technical and organisational security measures in place to safeguard your personal data. When using external service providers, we require that they adhere to security standards mandated by SCB. We may do this through contractual provisions, including any required by a privacy regulator, and oversight of the service provider. Regardless of where personal data is transferred, we take all steps reasonably necessary to ensure that personal data is kept securely.

You should be aware that the Internet is not a secure form of communication and sending us any personal data over the Internet carries with it risks including the risk of access and interference by unauthorised third parties. Information passing over the Internet may be transmitted internationally (even when sender and recipient are located in the same country) via countries with weaker privacy and data protection laws than in your country of residence.

Other Terms and Conditions

There may be specific terms and conditions in our banking and product agreements that govern the collection, use and disclosure of your personal data. Such other terms and conditions must be read in conjunction with this Privacy Statement.

Retention

We retain your personal data in line with our legal and regulatory obligations and for business and operational purposes. In the majority of cases this will be for seven years from the end of your relationship with us.

Automated decisions and profiling

We may use profiling, including behavioural analysis, to assist us to provide you with better services, to make decisions and to prevent money laundering, terrorism, fraud and other financial crime, for example using profiling may help us to try and detect whether use of your credit card may be fraudulent. If any profiling will result in an automated decision relating to you, we will let you know and you will have the right to discuss the decision with us.

Marketing

We may use your Personal Data:
i. to conduct market research and surveys with the aim of improving our products and services;
ii. for marketing purposes, promotional events, competitions and lucky draws.

We process your Personal Data for these purposes because it is in the interest of our business to do so with the intention of improving our products and services and generating business. We will not send you marketing material if you have specifically asked us not to do so. You have the right to opt out of receiving marketing material at any time. To do so please contact your branch or relationship manager.
If you change your mind and ask us not to send you marketing material or other promotional or research material you have subscribed to receive, we may need to retain a record that you have asked us not to do so to ensure that you do not receive anything further.

Monitoring

To the extent permitted by law, we may record and monitor your electronic communications with us to ensure compliance with our legal and regulatory obligations and internal policies for the purposes outlined above.

Your Rights

Subject to applicable law, regulations and/or banking industry guidelines, you may have the following rights:

  • Access
    To request a copy of the personal data processed in relation to you. SCB may be allowed by law to charge a fee for this.
  • Correction
    To request that we correct your personal data. You can do this at your branch or through your relationship manager.
  • Erasure
    To ask us to delete your personal data, for example if we no longer have a valid reason to process it.
  • Object
    To object to how we process your personal data. This does not mean you can decide or choose how we process your personal data other than in relation to marketing. If you have any concerns about how we process your personal data, please discuss this at your branch or with your Relationship Manager. We may not be able to offer you services if you do not want us to process the personal data we consider it necessary to process to provide the services.
  • Restriction
    To restrict how your personal data is processed in certain cases, such as when the accuracy of your Personal Data is contested. If you have any concerns about how we process your Personal Data, please discuss this at your branch or with your Relationship Manager.
  • Portability
    To request a copy of the personal data you have given to us in a machine readable format.

Contacting us

The Global Head of Privacy can be contacted at:
privacy@sc.com
Standard Chartered Bank
1 Basinghall Avenue
London
EC2V 5DD

Complaints

If you have a complaint in relation to the processing of your Personal Data and you are not happy with the way we deal with it, please discuss this at your branch or with your Relationship Manager, or contact the Global Head of Privacy.

You also have the right to complain to the data protection authority, if one exists, in the country where you have a relationship with the Bank, or if your relationship is with SCB outside of the European Union but you are located there, the UK Information Commissioner. Details can be provided by emailing privacy@sc.com

Changes to this Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy may be updated from time to time and you are advised to visit this site regularly to check for any amendments. This policy was last updated on 23/05/2018.

Applying to work for the Standard Chartered Group

Please see our separate Group Recruitment Privacy Statement.

Cookies

Please see our separate Cookie Policy.

Linked Websites

Our Privacy Policy does not apply to third-party websites where our online advertisements are displayed or to linked third-party websites which we do not operate or control.

Corporate and Institutional Banking, Global Banking and Commercial Banking Privacy Statement

This Privacy Statement relates to the collection, use and disclosure of personal data, including special or sensitive personal data, by any member of the Standard Chartered Group (“SCB”, “we” or “our”). In this Privacy Statement and related contractual terms and policy documents “Personal Information” or “Personal data” is information relating to an individual (“you” or “your”) and “data subject” has the same meaning as “individual”.

Personal data we collect in respect Corporate and Institutional Banking, Global Banking and Commercial Banking (collectively “Corporate and Institutional Banking”) relationships is primarily limited to the information on Directors and Officers, direct and indirect beneficial owners and authorised persons we need to enable us to meet our due diligence obligations, signatory details and contact information of individuals we interact with to enable the provision of services to a Corporate and Institutional Banking entity.

The data controller of your personal data is the SCB entity you have a relationship with. Our Head Office functions may also be the controller of your personal data. A list of SCB entities can be found here.

Personal data comprises all the details SCB holds or collects about you, directly or indirectly, your transactions, transactions you effect, financial information, interactions and dealings with SCB, including information received from third parties, the public domain, collected through use of our website, cookies, and our electronic banking services.

If you have or are party to more than one account with SCB, or to a Private or Retail Banking relationship, we will link all your Personal data to enable us to have an overall picture of your relationship with us.

Purposes for which we may process your Personal data

We process Personal data where it is in our legitimate interests to do so to enable us to fulfil the contract between us and the corporate or institutional entity for the services requested, including the following:

i. processing applications for products and services, effecting payments, transactions and completing instructions or requests;
ii. providing products and services (including electronic banking service);
iii. assessing suitability for products and services;
iv. credit assessment, including conducting credit checks and setting credit limits;
v. operational purposes;
vi. establishment, continuation and management of banking relationships and accounts; and
vii. surveillance of premises

For some purposes in connection with the service requested, we have a legal or regulatory obligation to process your personal data. These purposes include:

i. the prevention, detection, investigation and prosecution of crime in any jurisdiction (including, without limitation, money laundering, terrorism, fraud and other financial crime);
viii. identity verification, government sanctions screening and due diligence checks; and
ix. to comply with: local or foreign law, regulations, directives, judgments or court orders, government sanctions or embargoes, reporting requirements under financial transactions legislation, and demands of any authority, regulator, tribunal, enforcement agency, or exchange body.

We may also process your personal data in line with any voluntary codes; to effect agreements between SCB and any authority, regulator, or enforcement agency; to comply with policies (including the Standard Chartered Group’s policies) and good practice standards where it is in our legitimate interest to do so.

Personal data is also processed where it is in our legitimate interests to seek professional advice, including, in connection with any legal proceedings (including any prospective legal proceedings), for obtaining legal advice or for establishing, exercising or defending legal rights.

To whom we may disclose Personal data

Any member of SCB, including our officers, employees, agents, advisers and directors, may disclose your Personal data to any of the following parties for any of the purposes specified above:

i. any other member of SCB anywhere in the world, including any officer, employee, agent, advisor or director;
ii. professional advisers (including auditors), third party service providers, agents or independent contractors providing services to support SCB’s business;
iii. any person to whom disclosure is allowed or required by local or foreign law, regulation or any other applicable instrument;
iv. any court, tribunal, regulator, enforcement agency, exchange body, tax authority, or any other authority (including any authority investigating an offence) or their agents;
v. any financial institution to conduct credit checks, anti-money laundering related checks, for fraud prevention and detection of crime purposes;
vi. anyone we consider necessary to facilitate requests for services or applications for products with any member of SCB;
vii. anyone we consider necessary in order to provide services in connection with a product;
viii. any actual or potential (a) assignee of all or any part of the business and/or asset of the Standard Chartered Group or (b) participant or sub-participant of our rights in respect of any product agreement, in order to evaluate the transaction intended to be the subject of the assignment, participation or sub-participation (or any officer, employee, agent or adviser of any of these parties);
located in any jurisdiction.

Security

Personal data may be transferred to, or stored at, a location outside of your country of residence, which may not have data protection law. The security of your personal data is important to us. SCB has technical and organisational security measures in place to safeguard your personal data. When using external service providers, we require that they adhere to security standards mandated by SCB. We may do this through contractual provisions, including any approved by a privacy regulator, and oversight of the service provider. Regardless of where personal data is transferred, we take all steps reasonably necessary to ensure that personal data is kept securely.

You should be aware that the Internet is not a secure form of communication and you must not send us any personal data over the Internet as this carries with it risks including the risk of access and interference by unauthorised third parties. Information passing over the Internet may be transmitted internationally (even when sender and recipient are located in the same country) via countries with weaker privacy and data protection laws than in your country of residence.

Other Terms and Conditions

There may be specific terms and conditions in our banking and product agreements that govern the collection, use and disclosure of your personal data. Such other terms and conditions must be read in conjunctions with this Privacy Statement.

Retention

We retain your Personal data in line with our legal and regulatory obligations and for business and operational purposes. In the majority of cases this will be for seven years from the end of your relationship with us.

Marketing

We will use your business contact data:

i. to conduct market research and surveys with the aim of improving our products and services to corporate and institutional clients;
ii. to market our products to corporate and institutional clients and for promotional events;

We process your personal data for these purposes because it is in the interest of our business to do so with the intention of improving our products and services and generating business. We will not send you marketing material if you have specifically asked us not to do so. You have the right to opt out of receiving marketing material on behalf of the corporate or institutional entity that you represent at any time. To do so please contact your relationship manager.

If you change your mind and ask us not to send you marketing material or other promotional or research material you have subscribed to receive, we will need to retain a record that you have asked us not to do so to ensure that you do not receive anything further.

Monitoring

To the extent permitted by law, we may record and monitor your electronic communications with us to ensure compliance with our legal and regulatory obligations and internal policies for the purposes outlined above.

Your Rights

  • Access
    Subject to applicable law, regulations and/or banking industry guidelines, you may have the right to request a copy of the Personal data processed in relation to you. SCB may be allowed by law to charge a fee for this.
  • Correction
    You can request at any time that we correct your personal data at your branch or through your relationship manager.
  • Erasure
    In some circumstances you have the right to ask us to delete your personal data, for example if we no longer have a valid reason to process it.
  • Object
    In some circumstances you may have the right to object to how we process your personal data but this does not mean you can decide or choose how we process your personal data other than in relation to marketing. If you have any concerns about how we process your personal data, please discuss this with your Relationship Manager. We may not be able to offer the services if you do not want us to process the personal data we consider it necessary to provide the services.
  • Restriction
    In some circumstances you may have the right to restrict how your personal data is processed.


Contacting us

The Global Head of Privacy can be contacted at:
privacy@sc.com
Standard Chartered Bank
1 Basinghall Avenue
London
EC2V 5DD

Complaints

If you have a complaint in relation to the processing of your personal data and you are not happy with the way we deal with it, please discuss this with your Relationship Manager, or contact the Global Head of Privacy.

You also have the right to complain to the data protection authority, if one exists, in the country where you have a relationship with the Bank. Details can be provided by emailing privacy@sc.com
Changes to this Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy may be updated from time to time and you are advised to visit this site regularly to check for any amendments. This policy was last updated on 23/05/2018

Applying to work for the Standard Chartered Group

Please see our separate Group Recruitment Privacy Statement.

Cookies

Please see our separate Cookie Policy.

Linked Websites

Our Privacy Policy does not apply to third-party websites where our online advertisements are displayed or to linked third-party websites which we do not operate or control.

GROUP RECRUITMENT PRIVACY STATEMENT

This Group Recruitment Privacy Statement relates to the collection, use and disclosure of your Personal Data throughout the recruitment process by any member of the Standard Chartered Group (including affiliates and subsidiaries) (“SCB”, “we” “our” or “us”).

The personal data we process in relation to you is provided by you, third parties, collected through the SCB website, publicly available sources or generated during your application for your employment with us, through any media.


WHAT PERSONAL DATA DO WE COLLECT ABOUT YOU

Personal data that we may process, as appropriate throughout the recruitment process includes, but is not limited to:

  • name and contact details (such as telephone number, e-mail address and postal address);
  • date of birth;
  • curriculum vitae/résumé;
  • current and previous employment details (including salary/bonus and employee benefits schemes);
  • academic background (such as your university or school diplomas/certificates and other educational achievements);
  • languages spoken and level of proficiency;
  • job preferences including willingness to travel and/or relocate;
  • gender;
  • marital status;
  • results of any pre-employment testing such as psychometric testing;
  • evidence of identity such as national ID/passport/resident card;
  • immigration status and work permits including employment pass/work authorisations or other relevant documents;
  • video, photographic images or audio recordings submitted or made as part of the recruitment process

We may also process sensitive or special personal data where relevant to the recruitment process, including where necessary to accommodate any disability needs.

Sensitive or special personal data processed may include but is not limited to:

  • criminal record;
  • racial/ethnicity information;
  • trade union membership (if relevant in certain countries); and
  • health related information including physical/mental health

We also process personal data provided by you in relation to third parties when it relates to your application for employment with SCB such as details of your referees or declaring close personal relationships, close financial relationships, client and business partner connections for the purpose of protecting SCB and its customers from conflicts of interest, fraud and other financial crime. It is your responsibility to ensure anyone about whom you provide us with personal data is made aware that you are providing their personal data and for what purpose.


HOW WE COLLECT YOUR PERSONAL DATA

We collect Personal Data in the following ways:

Careers Websites

We collect your Personal Data when you submit a job application and/or create a profile through our Careers, Graduate Recruitment, or approved third party websites (the “websites”).

Social Network Sites

We collect Personal Data about you from other sources, including LinkedIn, Facebook and Google+ (“Social Network Sites”) when you choose to provide us with a link to your profile on any Social Network Site as part of your job application or you elect to sign-in to the websites via those Social Network Sites through the integrated functionality available on the websites. If you sign-in to the websites through Social Network Sites, we will collect your Personal Data from certain fields on these sites by taking a snapshot and merging this with other data captured through the online application form to create a single profile. In addition to the Personal Data set out above, we will collect the following Personal Data from Social Network Sites:

  • LinkedIn: Personal Data contained in the following fields: name, headline and summary, job title, current employer, employment history, recommendations and contact details made publicly available (such as phone number and email address). Your LinkedIn connections are not collected.
  • Facebook: Personal Data contained in the following fields: first name, last name, email, employer and job title. Your “likes”, “comments”, “friends lists/details” and “wall posts” are not collected.
  • Google+: Personal Data contained in the following fields: first name, last name and public website

We will not collect your photographs or videos from any Social Network Site unless you submit a photograph or video voluntarily as part of your recruitment application.

We may also obtain your contact details from publicly available sources, including content that you have made public on other Social Network Sites or similar sites for professional purposes to make initial contact with you for recruitment purposes. If we contact you in this way you will be given the opportunity to opt out of receiving any further information about career opportunities with SCB and you can subsequently opt out at any time by contacting askhr@sc.com

Recruitment Agencies

Your Personal Data may be provided to SCB by recruitment agencies with whom you have registered an interest in working for SCB. Where a recruitment agency refers you to us, a profile will be created for you in our recruitment database based on the information provided and you will receive a notification asking you to log in and complete your candidate profile through a website. Candidates who do not log in and complete their profile within one month will have their profile deleted. Records will be maintained of who decided not to progress so that they are not contacted again.

Other sources

Your Personal Data may also be collected from third parties during the recruitment process such as references from previous employers.


PURPOSES FOR WHICH WE PROCESS YOUR PERSONAL DATA

The processing of your Personal Data for recruitment purposes is:

  • necessary to consider whether to enter into an employment relationship with you;
  • necessary to comply with any legal right or obligations to which we are subject in relation to your employment of engagement; or
  • carried out with your consent, to carry out criminal record checks and pre-employment searches with a credit reference agency, where countries laws permit;

and includes but is not limited to the following:

  • to process your application including to identify and contact you;
  • to determine whether you have the professional skills, expertise and experience for the position applied for;
  • if you are offered a position with SCB, to verify the personal data provided including your identity, address, right to work, employment history and academic background and other background screening purposes including, where allowed by law, criminal record checks, searches with a credit reference agency and sanctions screening checks;
  • to assist in the administration of the Group’s global recruitment programme, recruitment campaign planning, and compliance with related internal policies; and
  • to provide you with information about other job vacancies if you would like the SCB to send you such notifications, which may include using data analytics to match your profile against vacant positions


TO WHOM WE MAY DISCLOSE YOUR PERSONAL DATA

SCB operates globally and any authorised employee, agent and adviser in any country may be involved in processing your recruitment application. They may have access your full candidate profile, interview record psychometric test and background screening results.

Your Personal Data may be disclosed to any of the following for any of the purposes outlined above:

  • professional advisers, third party service providers, agents or independent contractors providing services to the SCB;
  • any person in connection with litigation or other legal proceedings, to obtain legal advice or for establishing, exercising or defending legal rights;
  • any person to whom disclosure is allowed or required by Law and/or Regulation;
  • any court, tribunal, Regulatory Authority or Governmental Entity;
  • any criminal records bureau, credit bureau or credit reference agency when conducting background checks;
  • to third parties to provide references at your request or with your consent; and
  • third parties to whom we may transfer our rights and/or obligations under any agreement, including but not limited to a potential merger or acquisition of all or part of the Group’s business

In some circumstances, we may provide your personal data to a third party who will determine how and why it will be processed.  For example, where allowed by law we may require successful candidates to complete a pre-employment health assessment.  The Group is an equal opportunities employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce and will always consider any adjustments which could be made to accommodate ill health or disability.


HOW LONG DO WE RETAIN YOUR PERSONAL DATA

Personal data is retained as long as necessary for the purpose for which it is collected and to meet legal, regulatory and operational requirements. Retention periods may differ for each country. At the end of the retention period, non-identifiable data is kept for management information purposes.

SCB may also retain your contact information for the purposes of inviting you to join our Talent Network. If you join our Talent Network, you will receive information about SCB, invitations to events and/or receive information regarding job opportunities that may be relevant to your skills. If you choose not to join the Talent Network, we will record that fact and will only retain the minimum personal data necessary to ensure you are not contacted again about the Talent Network.


HOW WE PROTECT YOUR PERSONAL DATA

The security of your Personal Data is important to us and SCB implements technical and organisational measures to safeguard your personal data.

As an international organisation, SCB manages its people resources on a global basis and authorised personnel may access your Personal Data in any country in which SCB operates. Your Personal Data may therefore be transferred to employees, agents, advisors or third party service suppliers, and other third parties authorised to act on our behalf in countries that may not offer equivalent data protection or privacy laws to that of the country where you are located. When using external service providers, we require that they adhere to security standards mandated by SCB and regardless of where personal data is transferred, we take all steps reasonably necessary to ensure that it is kept securely.

If you are applying for a position in the European Union (“EU”) and your personal data is processed in a country outside of the EU, we will put in place contractual clauses approved by the EU Commission as providing an adequate level of protection.

You should be aware that the Internet is not a secure form of communication and sending and receiving information over the Internet carries with it risks including the risk of access and interference by unauthorised third parties. We do not accept responsibility or liability for the confidentiality, security or integrity of your Personal Data in connection with its transmission over the Internet.


UPDATING YOUR RECRUITMENT PROFILE

If you choose to create a profile on any of our websites or any other recruitment channel, it is your responsibility to maintain and update the personal data provided by you in your profile and SCB may from time to time request, via email that you update your Personal Data to ensure it is accurate. You can access, update or delete your Personal Data in your profile at any time.


PSYCHOMETRIC ASSESSMENTS

Psychometric assessments may be undertaken to measure some aspects of performance including technical skills, and/or personality traits such as temperament or situational judgement. Specialist third parties are used to decide which assessments are relevant to use, as well as to administer them and assess the results. Some assessments may be used to determine whether you progress to the next stage of the recruitment process. If you do not consent to psychometric assessments where we deem it appropriate as part of the recruitment process, your application will not be able to be progressed.


BACKGROUND SCREENING

If you are offered a position with SCB, the accuracy of the personal data you have provided will be verified by our third party background screening vendors.

A criminal record search will be undertaken where allowed by applicable law. You may also be required to consent to such checks being undertaken. If you do not give your consent where required, we will not be able to continue with the recruitment process including the withdrawal of an offer of employment. SCB has a policy on the recruitment of ex-offenders which is available on request.

We may also use the services of a credit reference agency (“CRA”) to verify public information such as county court judgments, bankruptcies, decrees and administration orders. The CRA will record that such a search has been made about you but it will not affect your credit rating.

Where there are anomalies or discrepancies you will be contacted by a recruitment specialist and you may be required to supply further personal data to enable further enquiries/verification to be completed.

If you do not provide information where requested, provide misleading, false or inaccurate information or withhold any material information, we reserve the right to stop the recruitment process including withdrawing an offer of employment.

MINORS

SCB recruitment activities are generally not aimed at minors. If you are a minor in the relevant jurisdiction, you must obtain the consent of your parent or guardian before contacting SCB in relation to recruitment.


COOKIES

To find out more about how we use cookies, view our cookie policy


THIRD PARTY WEBSITES

The Group Recruitment Privacy Statement does not apply to third-party websites where SCB online recruitment advertisements are displayed or to linked third-party websites which SCB does not operate or control.


UPDATES TO THE GROUP RECRUITMENT PRIVACY STATEMENT

The Group Recruitment Privacy Statement may be updated from time to time and it is your responsibility to visit our websites regularly for the most recent version.


ACCESSING AND CORRECTING YOUR PERSONAL DATA

If you wish to access, correct or request deletion of your Personal Data other than your profile through the website, or have questions regarding this Statement please email: askhr@sc.com

If you are registered to receive job alerts or other information and then subsequently you no longer wish to receive such information from us, you have the option at any time to amend your profile choices so as not to receive such job alerts and/or other information from us.


YOUR RIGHT TO ERASURE

You may have the right in some circumstances to ask for some of your personal data to be deleted, for example when there is no longer a valid reason to process it. This is not an absolute right to have any personal data deleted that you wish.


YOUR RIGHT TO OBJECT TO OR RESTRICT
THE PROCESSING OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA

In some circumstances you may have the right to object to how we process your Personal Data or restrict its processing but this does not mean you can decide or choose how we process your Personal Data. If you have any concerns about how we process your Personal Data, please email: askhr@sc.com


AUTOMATED DECISION MAKING AND PROFILING

If we undertake any profiling that will result in an automated decision relating to you, we will do so on the basis we think it is necessary in relation to your recruitment or with your consent; we will let you know and you will have the right to discuss the decision.


COMPLAINTS

If you have a complaint in relation to the processing of your personal data and you are not happy with the way we deal with it, please email: askhr@sc.com or privacy@sc.com

The Global Head of Privacy can be contacted at: privacy@sc.com or at Standard Chartered Bank, 1 Basinghall Avenue, London, EC2V 5DD

You also have the right to complain to the data protection authority, if one exists, in the country where you have a relationship with the Bank, or if your relationship is with SCB outside of the European Union but you are located there, the UK Information Commissioner. For details please email privacy@sc.com

This Statement was last updated on 24 May 2018

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