(a) As necessary to provide services requested or authorized by the client or to maintain and provide service to the client’s account;
(b) As required by industry regulatory bodies or law enforcement agencies having jurisdiction over Prentice or as otherwise required by law; or
(c) To the extent reasonably necessary to counter fraud, unauthorized transactions or potential liabilities.
Client confidential information may include, but is not limited to, the following:
(a) Personal and account data;
(b) Allocation of assets within the client’s portfolio;
(c) Specific investments held within a client’s portfolio;
(d) Advice provided to the client by the Firm; and
(e) Analyses prepared for the client based on confidential information.