Financial Dispute Resolution Service is owned and operated by FairWay Resolution Limited.
This statement applies to FairWay and all of its business units and services. FairWay is committed to managing your personal information in accordance with the principles of the Privacy Act 2020.
Personal information is any information which tells us something about a specific individual.1 In your interactions with FairWay this may range from your contact details to details about your dispute. It may include information that you have provided to FairWay, and information that others have provided with your consent.
Sharing your information
- One of the reasons we obtained the information was to give it to someone else, for example, you are a party to proceedings
- You have consented
- It is required or authorised by the Privacy Act 2020 or by any other law
- It will prevent or lessen a serious and imminent threat to public health or safety or to somebody's life or health
- The information is to be used in a way that will not identify you; or it is to be used for quality assurance, statistical or research purposes and will not be published in a way that will identify you.
Collection of personal information
FairWay collects personal information directly from you about your dispute, and from others to whom you have provided consent to send your personal information to us.
Please refer to FairWay's website privacy statement for how we collect information when you visit our websites.
Use of personal information
FairWay uses your personal information primarily in relation to resolving your dispute. Our secondary purpose includes use of your personal information to improve service delivery and performance management through business analysis, process improvement, and marketing. FairWay only uses aggregated or de-identified personal information, unless operationally impossible.
Disclosure or transfer
FairWay discloses or transfers your personal information to parties involved in the disputes as required, for performance management and monitoring of service delivery, or as authorised by law.
FairWay keeps your personal information only for as long as it is necessary to carry out our conflict management functions, and as required by law. FairWay will keep your information in a secure environment.
If you want to check the personal information that FairWay has about you, or receive a copy of that information, you can contact us by email (email@example.com), by phone (04 918 4900), or by post to:
On providing proof of your identity, FairWay will provide access to the personal information FairWay keeps about you within a month of the request, free of charge. If appropriate, you may have the information amended. If FairWay is not responsible for the information you are looking to access or correct, FairWay will redirect you to the appropriate party. Where information is not amended, following a request, a note regarding your request will be attached to your file.
For more information, see: The Privacy Commissioner's website
Website practices notice
This statement applies to use of the FairWay's website.
Collection of personal information on FairWay's website
We do use Google Analytics to create summary statistics that allow us to assess the number of visitors to different sections of the website, identify what information is of most and least interest, monitor system performance, and help us make our website more useful to visitors. To do this, Google Analytics collects and stores the following data when you visit the website:
- Your service address (IP address)
- The date, time and duration of your visit to the site
- The pages you accessed and the documents you downloaded
- The type of browser you used
How to contact us
If you wish to contact us about this statement, please contact our Privacy Officer by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), by phone (04 918 4900), fax (04 918 4901) or by post to:
FairWay Resolution Limited
PO Box 2272, Wellington 6140