Victoria Mutual Wealth Management says that it is reviewing its systems following a major data breach at the financial institution.
The company says the personal information of more than 5,000 clients was inadvertently sent out in an email attachment to about 200 people on Thursday night.
The email detailed the names, addresses, telephone numbers, taxpayer registration numbers, investment account number and email addresses of the company's clients.
Chief Executive Officer of VMBS, Courtney Campbell, says the breach was caused by human error and he does not believe the information released can be used to commit identify theft.
He says persons seeking to access the accounts would need more information than has been released .
He added that Victoria Mutual Wealth Management has been contacting persons to which the email was sent urging them to delete the information.