Kidmans Partners® website (“the Website”). This Website is owned and operated by Kidmans Partners Pty Ltd ABN 49 143 987 222 (“Kidmans Partners”). Your access to the Website is subject to these terms of use, the Kidmans Partners Privacy Policy, and disclaimers of specific parts of the Website (“Terms of Use”).

Your use of the Website constitutes your agreement to the Terms of Use. You can review the Terms of Use by following links labelled “Terms of use” at various points within the Website.

Accuracy of Information
The information on the Website is provided to you “as is” by Kidmans Partners in good faith and has been derived from sources believed by Kidmans Partners to be reliable and accurate at the time of providing it. Kidmans Partners does not guarantee the accuracy of information on the Website.

To the extent permitted by law, Kidmans Partners and its employees, agents and authorised representatives exclude all liability for any loss or damage (including indirect, special or consequential loss or damage) arising from the use of, or reliance on, any information on the Website whether or not caused by any negligent act or omission. If any law prohibits the exclusion of such liability, Kidmans Partners hereby limits its liability, to the extent permitted by law, to the resupply of the said information.

Not a recommendation, offer or invitation to invest
The information on the Website is not intended to be a recommendation, offer, or invitation to take up securities or other financial products by any company or person. This information is general advice only and does not take into account your or any particular investor’s particular circumstances. You should always consult your Count adviser for advice that addresses your specific needs and situation before making investment decisions.
You should seek professional advice as to the implications of particular investment decisions and options.

The Australian Position Only
The information contained in this Website relates only to Australia and not to any other country. Any references to dollars are references to Australian dollars, unless otherwise specified.

Links to other sites
Kidmans Partners has not reviewed any of the websites which link to this Website or to which this Website links. Kidmans Partners is not responsible for the content of any other websites or pages linked to or linking to this Website. Kidmans Partners does not endorse or otherwise sponsor such links. Such links are provided solely for your convenience and information. Following links to any other websites or pages shall be at your own risk.
There are links from the Website to online services provided by Sanford Securities Ltd (“the Sanford Site”). These are provided by and subject to the Sanford’s conditions of use.

Linking Policy and Trade mark notice
You may only provide a link to this Website from a website provided that you link to the home page (, and use as the linking text “Kidmans Partners”. To link in any other way, you must first obtain the permission of Kidmans Partners (no spam please).

Copyright © Kidmans Partners Pty Ltd ABN 49 143 987 222 and contributors. The material on this Website is protected by Australian Copyright Legislation and in copyright legislation in other countries.
You may view this Website and its contents using a web browser. You may make copies of portions of this Website solely for your own information, research or study provided that you do not modify the copy from how it appears on the Website and include the copyright notice appearing above on the copy that you make.
Save for the foregoing, you must not reproduce, frame (by whatever means), link to or otherwise use any of the material on the site without first obtaining the written permission of Kidmans Partners (no spam please), or unless specifically permitted by the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) or similar copyright legislation.



Kidmans Partners respects your privacy and is committed to protecting your privacy. At Kidmans Partners, we understand the importance you attach to information that identifies you (your ‘personal information’) and we want to help you protect it.
We are bound by and committed to supporting, the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). This Privacy Policy explains how we handle information that we learn about you when you submit any personal information to us or our associated entities in person, by mail or email or by visiting our website.

How do we collect personal information from you?
We will only collect personal information which you have voluntarily provided to us, or consented to us collecting the information. We may collect personal information about you in a variety of ways, for example:

  • when you visit or use our website;
  • when you retain our services;
  • when you register for secure access to our website and log-in to your account on our website (if applicable);
  • when you subscribe to our newsletter or mailing list (if applicable);
  • when you contact us or our associated entities, for example by mail, email or telephone;
  • when you apply for employment with us; from third party contractors or outsourcing service providers entities, such as law enforcement agencies and other government or regulatory bodies;

From time to time, you may be able to visit our website or deal with us anonymously or by pseudonym. However, we require certain personal information to be able to provide you with the services and information you request. If you do not provide us with certain personal information, we may not be able to provide you with access to those services or respond to your request.

What type of personal information do we collect? The type of personal information we may collect from you includes (but is not limited to):

  • names, address, email, phone numbers and job titles;
  • information in documents such as passport or driver’s licence;
  • tax file numbers (TFNs) and other identification numbers such as Medicare number;
  • date of birth and gender;
  • financial information;
  • details of superannuation and insurance arrangements;
  • sensitive information (with your consent), such as health information or membership details of professional or trade associations or political parties;
  • bank account details, shareholdings and details of investments;
  • educational qualifications, employment history and salary;
  • visa or work permit status; and personal information about your spouse and dependants.


How do we use your personal information?
Kidmans Partners and our associated entities will use the information you supply for the purpose of providing you with the service(s) agreed under our engagement, such as accounting or business advisory services. We may also use the information we collect for our internal business and management processes (for example, accounting or auditing purposes), monitoring and improving our website, keeping you informed about our services and company news, and for any other purposes that would be reasonably expected by you and to allow us to comply with our obligations under the law.

Direct marketing
Kidmans Partners may also use your personal information for the purpose of marketing our services.
If you do not want to receive marketing material from us, you can unsubscribe by contacting us as detailed below:
for electronic communications, you can click on the unsubscribe function in the communication;
for hard copy communications, you can email or
through our contact details set out in the ‘How to contact us’ section of our website and informing us that you wish to unsubscribe.

How do we disclose your personal information?
Your personal information will only be disclosed to those employees or consultants of Kidmans Partners and its associated entities related to the agreed provision of services. Depending on the nature of the engagement, we may need to disclose your personal information to third parties which may include service and content providers (for example accounting or auditing service providers or our website hosting service providers), dealers and agents, or our contractors and advisors.

Cross border disclosure
We may store, process or back-up your personal information on servers that are located overseas (including through third party service providers). These servers are commonly located in The United States and Singapore.
In some circumstances, Kidmans Partners and our associated entities also use third party service providers located overseas to carry out its functions and provide services, such as Xero and MYOB.
The privacy laws in other countries might not be the same as in Australia. However, where we do provide your personal information to third parties overseas, Kidmans Partners will take such steps as are reasonable to ensure that your information is handled and stored in accordance with our privacy laws and the Privacy Policy.
In the event that the processing or use of your personal information involves the disclosure of any information outside Australia, you acknowledge that by providing us with your personal information, you consent to such overseas disclosure. By consenting to such disclosure, you acknowledge and accept that:
Kidmans Partners will not be accountable under the Privacy Act 1988 for any breach of your privacy by the overseas recipient; and you will not be able to seek redress under the Privacy Act 1988 for any breach of your privacy by the overseas recipient.
Kidmans Partners and its associated entities shall not knowingly provide personal information to any third party for any other purpose without your prior consent unless ordered to do so by a law enforcement body, court of law or other governmental or regulatory body or agency.

Access to your personal information
You can request us to provide you with access to personal information we hold about you by sending us an email: (no spam please) or writing to us at PO Box 718, Balwyn VIC 3103. We may allow an inspection of your personal information in person, or provide copies or a summary of relevant documents, depending on what is the most appropriate in the circumstances. Any charge we make for providing access will be reasonable and will not apply to lodging a request for access.
Your request to access your personal information will be dealt with in a reasonable time. Note that we need not provide access to personal information if a request is frivolous, or where to provide access would pose a threat to health or public safety, unreasonable interference with another person’s privacy, or be a breach of the law. If we refuse access, we will provide you with reasons for doing so.

Accuracy and correction
To enable us to keep our records properly, please notify us if you believe that any information we hold about you is inaccurate, incomplete or out of date and we will take reasonable steps, in the circumstances, to ensure that it is corrected. You can notify us by sending us an e-mail: (no spam please) or writing to us at PO Box 718, Balwyn VIC 3103.

Our security procedures
Kidmans Partners takes your privacy and the privacy of its associated entities and their clients very seriously. We will take reasonable steps in the circumstances to protect any personal information you provide to us from misuse, interference or loss and unauthorised access, modification and disclosure. We will also de-identify and destroy the personal information we hold about you once our legal obligations cease. Our security procedures are reviewed from time to time and we update them when relevant.

However, please be aware that the transmission of data over the Internet is never guaranteed to be completely secure. It is possible that third parties not under the control of Kidmans Partners may be able to access or intercept transmissions or private communications without Kidmans Partners’ permission or knowledge. Kidmans Partners takes all reasonable steps, in the circumstances, to protect your personal information. However, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us. Such transmissions are done at your own risk.

Data breach notificationUnder the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017 (Cth), Kidmans Partners is required to give notice to the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) and affected individuals of an “eligible data breach”. This means that if we hold personal information about you, and there is unauthorised access to or disclosure of your personal information, and if you, as the “affected individual” would be likely to suffer serious harm from this access or disclosure, we must notify both you and the OAIC.”Serious harm” could include identity theft, threats to physical safety, economic and financial harm, harm to reputation, embarrassment, discrimination or harassment. The test is whether a “reasonable person” would expect you to suffer serious harm.If you are likely to suffer serious harm from a data breach, we will notify you of:

  • the nature of the eligible data breach (ie how the information was accessed or disclosed);
  • the type of information that was accessed or disclosed;
  • the steps that we have taken to control or reduce the harm, and those that we plan to take;
  • any assistance we can offer you, such as arranging for credit monitoring;
  • anything that we can suggest you can do to assist yourself or mitigate the harm;
  • whether the breach has also been notified to the OAIC;
  • how you can contact us for information or to complain; and
  • how to make a complaint with the OAIC.


We will notify you using the same method that we usually use to communicate with you. If it is not practicable for us to notify you personally, we will publish the notification on our website.There are some circumstances in which we do not have to notify you of a data breach. These include:

where we have taken remedial action before any serious harm has been caused by the breach;
if you have been notified of a breach by another entity;

  • if notification would be inconsistent with Commonwealth secrecy laws; or
  • where the Commissioner declares that notification does not have to be given.
  • Depending on the nature of the breach and the harm, we will also consider informing other third parties such as the police or other regulators or professional bodies.


We will not adopt as our own, any government identifiers you may provide to us such as TFNs etc.

Links to other sites
Kidmans Partners and our associated entities’ website may provide links to other sites for you to access. You should be aware that these other sites are not subject to this Privacy Policy or our privacy standards and procedures. You will need to contact them directly to ascertain their privacy standards.

Collecting data
The Kidmans Partners website may deposit “cookies” in a visitor’s computer. Cookies are pieces of information that a website transfers to an individual’s hard drive for record keeping purposes. Cookies are only sent back to the website that deposited them when a visitor returns to that site. Cookies make it easier for you by saving your preferences while you are at our site. We never save personal identifiable information in cookies.
Most web browsers are initially set up to accept cookies. You can, however, reset your browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent.

Changes to our Privacy Policy
This information relates to our current Privacy Policy. From time to time, we may vary this policy for any reason. We will publish any changes on this website. By continuing to use our website and continuing to provide us with your information, you confirm your acceptance of these changes. This Privacy Policy was last amended in March 2014.

Complaints Resolution
Kidmans Partners is committed to providing a fair and responsible system for the handling of complaints from parties whose personal information we hold. If you have any concerns regarding the way we have handled your privacy, please send us an e-mail at or write to us at PO Box 718, Balwyn VIC 3103. We will address any concerns you have through our complaints handling process and we will inform you of the outcome of your complaint within a reasonable timeframe. However, if after receiving our response, you still consider that your privacy complaint has not been resolved, you may refer your concerns to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner at
If you do not agree with the terms of this Privacy Policy, please do not use the website or otherwise provide us with your personal information.

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