Client Privacy Policy Notice

This informational notice covers how Beaumont Financial Partners, LLC and its separate division, Beaumont Capital Management, (collectively “Beaumont”) safeguards your nonpublic personal financial information. At Beaumont, protecting the privacy of client information is one of our fundamental responsibilities. This notice summarizes our policy regarding the confidentiality and disclosure of client information. We do not sell or rent any personal information we gather from you to anyone, and will only share such information with others as stated in this notice.

Personal Information Collected

As a client of Beaumont, you have provided, or may provide in the future, personal information about you and your family to the Partners and employees of Beaumont. Some examples of the information we may request include:

  • Name, address, phone number, social security number, tax identification number and date of birth.
  • Assets, account balances, account custodians, copies of account statements, investment objectives, employment, income, liabilities, retirement goals and legal documents.
  • A photo copy of a valid driver’s license, passport, green card or military identification. Such identification may be required by Beaumont and/or the custodian when opening new investment accounts. Many financial institutions in the United States require a copy of at least one of these documents to comply with Uniting and Strengthening America by Protecting Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism, also known as the USA PATRIOT Act.

Beaumont may also receive the following information from its custodians (including but not limited to Fidelity Investments, Charles Schwab, Morgan Stanley, etc. that Beaumont transacts with) and may receive the same information from additional miscellaneous custodial firms:

  • Duplicate copies of monthly statements and trade confirmations
  • Daily electronic downloads of clients’ account information (e.g. all transactions and positions).

Before a custodian distributes the above information to Beaumont, the client must provide the custodians with authorization (usually part of the account application process) to do so.

Why We Collect Personal Information

The personal information we collect is necessary to help us provide informed investment management, financial planning and/or tax services to you.

How We Handle Your Personal Information

As emphasized above, we do not sell, rent or distribute information about current or former clients or their accounts to third parties. We do not share such information with anyone, except when needed to: open accounts, meet required compliance/audit reviews, and/or complete transactions for you.

For example:

  • In order to open accounts or complete transactions for you, it may be necessary to provide aforementioned identifying information to custodians, companies, individuals, or groups not affiliated with Beaumont. In addition, Beaumont may be asked to provide its custodians with copies of our Investment Advisory Agreement with you.
  • At times, we may contract with non‐affiliated companies to perform services for us (i.e. CPAs for tax preparation). If it is necessary, we may disclose information that we have collected from you to these third parties. In these instances, we only release the information that is necessary for the third party to complete its assigned responsibilities (i.e. tax cost basis). In addition, we require that these third parties treat your personal information with the same high degree of confidentiality that Beaumont does.
  • For clients with a Beaumont Capital Management (BCM) account, Beaumont has hired Envestnet Asset Management, Inc. to handle many of the back‐office functions (i.e. opening new accounts, trading, billing and reporting) for BCM. As a result, Beaumont will need to provide confidential BCM client data to Envestnet to complete these back office services.
  • We will release information about you if you request us to do so or if we are compelled to do so by law. If you decide to close your account(s) or your account becomes inactive, we will continue to adhere to our privacy policy.

Confidentiality and Security Procedures

Beaumont emphasizes the importance of confidentiality through operating procedures, employee training and our client privacy policy. We also maintain electronic, physical and procedural safeguards to help protect your nonpublic personal information.

How You Can Protect Your Information

If you access your accounts on‐line, you should confirm that the anti‐virus software and firewall/spyware protection is current on the computer(s) that you use to access your accounts. We also strongly recommend that you select a unique User ID and Password that does not contain any personal information (i.e. SSN, DOB, Name, phone #, etc.). Additionally, we recommend that you do not provide any of your account information, including online account user names or passwords, to anyone. This is especially important if the request is presented via email or over the phone by a source that you are not familiar with. It is also suggested that you regularly review the activity on your brokerage statements. If you notice any suspicious or irregular activity relating to your account(s), please contact us immediately.

Annual Notification

As required by federal law, Beaumont will provide you with annual notification of our client privacy policy. Beaumont reserves the right to amend this policy at any time. If we alter it, we will promptly provide you with the updated policy.


Massachusetts law (Sec. 203A) requires disclosure that information on disciplinary history and the registration of the adviser and its associated persons may be obtained by contacting the Public Reference Branch of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission at (202) 551‐8090 or the Massachusetts Securities Division, One Ashburton Place, 17th Floor, Boston, Massachusetts 02108 or (617) 727‐3548.


In compliance with 201 CMR 17.00 Beaumont has a designated Information Security Manager and a Written Information Security Program (WISP) in place. This Program, as required by MA law, includes detailed information about how client information collected by Beaumont is protected. It outlines the responsibilities of the firm and its personnel to protect client data.


In accordance with SEC Rule 206(4)‐6 of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 relating to Proxy Voting, Beaumont is notifying you of its following Proxy Policy: As a matter of current policy, Beaumont Financial Partners, LLC, does not vote proxies on behalf of its clients. While all Beaumont’s Investment Advisory Agreements grant the firm the legal ability to do so, we are not required to. If our current proxy policy changes, we will notify you promptly.


Federal law, through the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), requires Beaumont Financial Partners, LLC to provide the following offer annually:

Per Rule 204‐3 of the Investment Advisor’s Act of 1940 an investment advisor is required to annually, within 120 days of its fiscal year end, deliver to existing clients either (1) a complete, Disclosure Document (Form ADV, Part 2A) or (2) a summary of material changes to the Disclosure Document since the last update and also offer to provide a copy of the full Document upon request, without charge. If at any time you would like a complete copy of our Disclosure Document, please call or write, using the following information, and we will be sure to send you a copy.

Beaumont Financial Partners – 250 1st Avenue, Suite 101 – Needham, MA 02494 – (781) 400-2800.

Additionally, our Disclosure Document is available via our website,

You do not need to call or do anything as a result of this notice, however feel free to contact us if you have any questions.