How to ensure compliance with the Data Protection Act

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As retirement security becomes increasingly digital, there are more opportunities for theft of data and assets of pension plans. The introduction of the Data Protection Act has imposed new responsibilities on trustees, investment managers, sponsors and administrators of pension plans.  Grace Lindo, Partner at Carter Lindo, with extensive experience on data protection will discuss what these new responsibilities are and best practices to help navigate the new legislative regime.

Data protection Workshop with PIAJ

Workshop Details


Grace Lindo

(on Zoom)

March 30th | 9:00am-10:30am

June 29th | 12:00pm-1:30pm

(in Person)

July 25th | 5:00pm-6:30 pm

(location to be announced)



Presenter Details

Grace Lindo
Pension Fund Management, Administration and the new Data Protection Laws

BIO: Grace Lindo is a Corporate/Commercial, Intellectual Property and Technology Lawyer as well as Certified Information Privacy Professional (E) in Jamaica passionate about the commercialization of innovative ideas with a special interest in technology transactions and regulation, FinTech, internet governance, e-commerce, digital privacy and security, energy, corporate restructuring, corporate acquisitions and finance as well as the regulation of charities. I practice at my own law firm, Carter Lindo, and I am also the operating principal of the Jamaican office/franchise of the LATAM intellectual property firm, Eproint.

Grace Lindo attended the London School of Economics and Political Science as a Chevening Scholar where she obtained her LLM in Competition, Innovation, and Trade. Named as a top trademark professional in the Caribbean since 2014 and described by peers in the 2018 edition of the World Trademark Review 1000 as someone with “‚Ķexposure to and kinship with start-ups [that] has cultivated her business instinct, which she deploys for the benefit of clients large and small. A technology ace, she works with many tech-sector brand owners, protecting their marks with zeal and inking ground-breaking IP-driven deals.”