The security and privacy of your account are of the utmost importance to Sharelord Investor. We work tirelessly to keep your assets safe and give you peace of mind so you can sleep easy at night.
Customer securities accounts at Sharelord Investor Pty Ltd are protected by the Securities Investor Protection Corporation ("SIPC") for a maximum coverage of $500,000 (with a cash sublimit of $250,000) and under excess SIPC policy with certain underwriters at Lloyd's of London for up to an additional $30 million (with a cash sublimit of $900,000) subject to an aggregate limit of $150 million.
As with all securities firms, this coverage provides protection against failure of a broker-dealer, not against loss of market value of securities.
SIPC is a non-profit, membership corporation funded by broker-dealers that are members of SIPC. For more information about SIPC and answers to frequently asked questions please refer to the following brochure or visit the website www.sipc.org.
Factor One: Each account requires a unique username/password combination for access.
Factor Two: Secure Login System. Participants receive a personal security device which provides a randomly-generated security code (clients have the option of opting into this extra level of security)
Sharelord® Investor deploys 128-bit SSL encryption to establish a secure connection and ensure the confidentiality and integrity of information passed between your computer and SLI.
Failed Login Attempts: SLI technology automatically restricts account access for a period of time following a number of failed login attempts.
Automatic Logoff: A built-in an auto-logoff feature will log you out of the application after a specified period of inactivity.
All statements are accessed through secure login to Account Management.
We employ state-of-the-art transaction monitoring systems and maintain a dedicated security team that is responsible for detecting suspicious activity. If an unusual or suspicious transaction is noted, a member of this team may contact you to confirm the validity of the transaction.