The security and privacy of our customers’ Personal Information is of paramount importance to us, so our internal systems and procedures ensure that any personal data we hold is protected. This policy explains our approach to data protection in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018. Under these regulations, we act as Data Controller due to the need for us to collect and retain certain information.
This policy provides information in respect of:
As part of our operations, it is necessary for us to collect (and retain) some personal information from those wishing to access our services or products. Information that it may be necessary for us to collect can include:
The nature of our business and the financial and regulatory framework within which we operate means that we collect and hold personal data for the following reasons:
Depending on the services you have requested, we will process and retain your personal information to enable us to fully deliver that service or to ensure we remain compliant with any relevant law and insurance.
The performance of our duties may require us to share your information with other parties in accordance with the needs specified above. Such parties may include:
Where information is shared with others as outlined above, these organisations will have their own privacy policies and procedures in place which can be requested by you directly. From time to time we may contact you to ask for feedback on our services and this may be by telephone, email or written correspondence. You can let us know if you do not wish to be contacted in such circumstances and we will amend our records accordingly.
We do not sell or share information with third parties for the purposes of marketing or sales, unless your specific consent has been given in advance.
Should our Business be sold or transferred, we will transfer your personal information to the recipient organisation only in order to ensure that legal compliance is preserved and that they are able to perform their legitimate business.
We are required through regulation and legal and insurance obligation to hold certain personal data elements for specified periods, such data may include contact details, date of birth and medical history. We will hold such data only for such periods as necessary to ensure compliance and will dispose of data appropriately when it is no longer required. You may choose to request that we hold contact details indefinitely in order to maintain contact about our services and products.
You have certain rights in respect of the personal data we hold about you and the way in which it is managed by us. These rights include:
Should you wish to exercise any of these rights or if you require any additional information in relation to this policy, you can email us at email@example.com.
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We will keep this policy under review and may from time to time update or amend it. Our website will always carry the most up to date policy version and copies will be made available in other formats upon request or as part of our service information packs issued to customers.