Privacy Policy

Use of this Site

This website is operated by, or on behalf of, Corporate Partners.  To the extent that access, distribution and/or use of this site would be deemed illegal by governing law, such access, distribution and/or use is prohibited.

Collection of Information

Corporate Partners respects the privacy of its visitors and currently does not use “cookies” or other technologies to identify how its visitors make use of this site or for any other purpose.  Although Corporate Partners may track the number of visits to each of the pages of its website, no personally identifiable information is collected in the process which is not affirmatively provided by the visitor.  This tracking information is used to help Corporate Partners improve and enhance the website experience for all of its visitors.

Third-Party Links

From time to time, the Corporate Partners website may contain links to other websites that are not controlled and/or maintained by Corporate Partners.  Please be aware that these other websites may have different privacy policies which may subject you to different privacy practices.  Please review the privacy policies of such other websites for information concerning what information is collected on such sites and how it is used.

Changes in Policy

From time to time, the Corporate Partners’ Privacy Policy may change.  Corporate Partners will post changes to the Privacy Policy at this site.  Please review this Privacy Policy often so that you will remain abreast of Corporate Partners’ current policies, including its policies concerning the gathering and use of information that may be collected on our site.

Contact Us

If you have any questions concerning this Privacy Policy, please contact us at:

Corporate Partners
45 Rockefeller Plaza
Suite 1919
New York, NY 10111
(212) 632-6131

Governing Law

This Privacy Policy shall be governed by the laws of the State of New York, without regard to its conflict of law provisions.  If any portion of this Privacy Policy is deemed unenforceable, unlawful or void by a Court of competent jurisdiction, then that portion of the Privacy Policy will be deemed severable and will not affect the enforceability or validity of the remaining portions of this Privacy Policy.