Privacy of Consumer Financial Information

Privacy of Consumer Financial Information is a six-chapter course designed specifically for Hawaii insurance agents. Following the general format of Hawaii’s privacy law, the course examines the purpose, scope, and applicability of the Hawaii privacy statute, covering  privacy notices and how they can be delivered, the state’s opt-in and opt-out practices, and consumers’ ability to limit disclosure of nonpublic personal financial information to nonaffiliated third parties. It explains the requirements that must be met before any disclosure of nonpublic personal financial information by a licensee is permitted and the consumer’s ability—as permitted by the licensee—to selectively limit disclosure. The course includes the following chapters:

  • Purpose, Scope, and Applicability of Statute
  • Information to be Included in Privacy Notices
  • Privacy and Opt Out Notices
  • Notice Delivery Requirements
  • Limits on Disclosure
  • Exceptions to Limits on Disclosures
  • Glossary

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