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Al Baraka Islamic Bank may collect, use and disclose personal data about users of its website so that it can carry out any obligations owed to users and for other related purposes, including monitoring and analysis of its business, crime prevention, legal and regulatory compliance, the marketing by Al Baraka Islamic Bank of other services and transfer of any of Al Baraka Islamic Bank applicable rights or obligations. Al Baraka Islamic Bank will not disclose any personal data it collects about users to third parties except:

(i) to the extent that it is required to do so by any applicable law or regulation;
(ii) where there is a duty to the public to disclose;
(iii) where Al Baraka Islamic Bank interests require disclosure; or
(iv) at a user's request or with a user's consent.

Al Baraka Islamic Bank may disclose personal data about users to those who provide services to Al Baraka Islamic Bank or act as Al Baraka Islamic Bank agents, to any person to whom Al Baraka Islamic Bank transfers or proposes to transfer any of its applicable rights or obligations and to licensed credit reference agencies or other organizations that help Al Baraka Islamic Bank and others make credit decisions and reduce the incidence of fraud or in the course of carrying out identity, fraud prevention or credit control checks. Al Baraka Islamic Bank may also transfer information collected and held about users to any country, including countries without data protection laws, for any of the purposes described in this part.

Users may have a right of access to some or all of the personal data Al Baraka Islamic Bank collects and holds about them, or to have inaccurate information corrected, under applicable data protection laws. Any user wishing to exercise such rights should contact Al Baraka Islamic Bank in writing.

Governing Law

The above terms of use are governed by the laws of the Kingdom of Bahrain.


  Last Updated:18/05/2015
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