Privacy Policy


Atlantic Consulting Partners (“ACP”) takes precautions to maintain the privacy of non-public personal information concerning its current and prospective clients in its private consultations. These precautions include the adoption of certain procedures designed to maintain and secure such clients’ non-public personal information from inappropriate disclosure to third parties. Federal regulations require ACP to inform its new clients of this privacy policy prior to any consultation agreement being signed as well as on an annual basis to all existing clients.

In connection with providing consulting services, ACP may collect non-public personal information about its clients from the following sources:

  • Information ACP receives from a client in consulting solicitation documents, or other related documents, or firms;
  • Information about a client consultations with ACP, its affiliates or others; and
  • Information ACP may receive from a consumer reporting agency, where necessary.

ACP does not disclose any non-public personal information about its prospective, existing, or former clients to anyone, except as permitted by applicable law and regulation.

ACP restricts access to non-public personal information about our clients to those employees and agents of the Partnership who need to know that information in order to provide services to our clients. ACP may disclose such information to our affiliates and to service providers and financial institutions that provide services to ACP and its private consulting vehicles. ACP will require such third party service providers and financial institutions to protect the confidentiality of clients’ non-public personal information and to use the information only for purposes for which it is disclosed to them. ACP maintains physical, electronic and procedural safeguards that comply with federal standards to safeguard clients’ non-public personal information and which ACP believes are adequate to prevent unauthorized disclosure of such information.