Cross-Border Publisher: Banking Confidentiality from Clfford Chance Applied Solutions ("CCAS") consists of 9 questions sent by CCAS to members of the international network of Clifford Chance qualified in 17 jurisdictions. We report the jurisdictions and the questions covered in this user guide.
The jurisdictions covered are as follows:
- Czech Republic,
- Sweden, and
- the United Kingdom.
The questions in Cross-Border Publisher: Banking Confidentiality are as follows:
Local regulations or guidelines
- What are the laws, regulations or guidelines on banking confidentiality with respect to client data in addition to the usual (contractual or implied) confidentiality requirements?
- What are the banking confidentiality limitations?
- Do the banking confidentiality limitations apply to the sharing of client information on a need-to-know basis within a bank's group? For example, including client data in global or centralised systems such as a centrally managed data lake?
- Do the banking confidentiality laws still apply if the sharing of client data within the bank's group is required by law?
Pseudonymisation and anonymisation
- Do the banking confidentiality laws permit the sharing of client data with a third party?
- Can banking confidentiality limitations be overcome by obtaining customer consent or a waiver?
- If banking confidentiality limitations can be overcome by obtaining customer consent or a waiver, how can this be done?
Other technical and/or organisational requirements
- Are there any other technical and/or organisational requirements that a bank should undertake to allow the sharing of client data? For example, inclusion in global/centralised systems, or sharing with internal or external subcontractors?
- When was this topic last updated by the Clifford Chance network of contributors?
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