Protecting the confidentiality and security of customer information is an important part of the way CBA does business.
CBA has policies, procedures, systems and controls that are designed to protect confidential information.
CBA may make use of some information contained in orders and executed transactions to effect and risk manage the transactions themselves, as well as for portfolio and inventory risk management purposes.
CBA analyses and may share information internally on an individual and aggregate basis and may use the information for a variety of purposes, including for transactions, business strategy, sales coverage, and counterparty risk and relationship management.
CBA is subject to regulatory obligations that may require the disclosure of your information.
Aggregated and anonymised information regarding executed transactions and other relevant market information may be disclosed internally and externally as market colour.