If you are a personal customer of Barclays, the way in which information about you is held and used is described in section 4 of our Personal Customer Agreement (or the terms and conditions of the accounts you hold with Barclays if they differ from the Personal Customer Agreement).
If you are a corporate or international banking customer Barclays, the way in which information about you is held and used is described in the Regulatory Information Guide.
If you are not an existing customer of Barclays or you register to use our secure services such as online banking, we will ask you to provide some information about yourself for security, identification and verification purposes.
When completing any online forms, any information that you will provide will be used pursuant to the laws of Seychelles. The following general principles of personal data sets out the manner in which your personal data is treated at Barclays.
Where you provide information about others (e.g. for joint accounts or if you are "recommending a friend") you must ensure that you have their consent or are otherwise entitled to provide this information to us.