Privacy Policy

The NSW Claims Discussion Group Inc. (the NSW CDG) is a non-profit organisation formed in 2009 to promote education, discussion and networking in insurance law.  The NSW CDG is operated by a committee of twelve volunteers from the insurance industry.

The NSW CDG arranges monthly seminars presented by experienced industry professionals.  These seminars are free of charge and may be attended by associate members and full members of the NSW CDG.  The NSW CDG also organises networking events throughout the year for its associate members and full members.  Seminars and networking events are sponsored by a number of businesses in the insurance industry.  Invitations to seminars and networking events are circulated to the NSW CDG Mailing List.

The NSW CDG complies with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and the Spam Act 2003 (Cth).  This Privacy Policy sets out how the NSW CDG deals with personal information provided by its associate members and full members.

Collection

To join as an associate member, please go to the 'Join the CDG' page on our website.  We collect information directly from members through our website.  Failure to provide information may prevent us from accepting a request to be an associate member of the NSW CDG.  Members may request access to their information held by NSW CDG through the ‘Contact us’ page on our website.

Use and Disclosure

The NSW CDG uses personal information from its members for the purposes of:

  • sending invitations to members for the monthly seminars and networking events;
  • providing information to members on services and benefits available to members.
  • advising members of NSW CDG of the association’s activities including information about its activities and membership.

The NSW CDG does not disclose personal information of its members except as required by law.

Data Quality

The NSW CDG takes reasonable precautions to make sure it keeps all information of its members accurate, complete and up-to-date.  Members can request changes to their information through the ‘Contact us’ page on our website.

Data Security

The NSW CDG takes reasonable precautions to protect the information of its members from misuse, loss and unauthorised access.

How do I contact the NSW CDG

Freida Stylianou
Hicksons Lawyers Level 32, 2 Park Street Sydney 2000
t: 02 9293 5445
f: 02 9293 5245
e: freida.stylianou@hicksons.com.au