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Personal data

Data Controller

Who is the data controller?

Responsibility for our personal data processing differs between the various companies within the Söderberg & Partners Group. The table below shows who is responsible for the various elements of our processing.

Insurance mediation

Söderberg & Partners Insurance Consulting AB (Corp ID no. 556707-7648)

Söderberg & Partners
Regeringsgatan 45
SE-111 56 Stockholm

+46 (0)8 451 50 00
info@soderbergpartners.se

Insurance mediation SAK

Söderberg & Partners Insurance Consulting AB (Corp ID no. 556707-7648)

Söderberg & Partners
Regeringsgatan 45
SE-111 56 Stockholm

+46 (0)8 451 50 00
info@soderbergpartners.se

Investment services

Söderberg & Partners Securities AB (Corp ID no. 556674-7456)

Söderberg & Partners
Regeringsgatan 45
SE-111 56 Stockholm

+46 (0)8 451 50 00
info@soderbergpartners.se

Payroll management via Söderberg & Partners Payroll

Your employer is the personal data controller for personal data, and Söderberg & Partners is the personal data processor.

Any questions arising about personal data management should be addressed to your employer.

Benefits management via Söderberg & Partners Benefits

Your employer is the personal data controller for personal data, and Söderberg & Partners is the personal data processor.

Any questions arising about personal data management should be addressed to your employer.

What personal data is processed?

What personal data does Söderberg & Partners process?

The personal data we process on you depends on your relationship with Söderberg & Partners. Further down the page you can learn about the data we process, which is dependent on the type of services you purchase from us. Even if you are not a customer with us we may process your data for marketing purposes. If a relative of yours is a customer at Söderberg & Partners, we may process some data about you in order to provide your relative with the best possible advice. Even those who are not yet a customer can learn further down the page about the data we process about you along with some additional information about our processing of your data.

Why is my personal data processed?

Why does Söderberg & Partners process my personal data?

Personal data pursuant to you as a customer is processed in order to execute our agreement along with other commitments we have with you, and to provide good customer service. Furthermore, we are required by law to document some of our customer relationships and we are therefore compelled to process personal data about our customers and their relatives. We also need to process certain personal data in order to manage our accounting and financial reporting. Finally, we process personal data to contact potential and existing customers, including for marketing purposes, and to develop systems, products and the offers we send to our customers.

Contacted without being a customer

I have been contacted by Söderberg & Partners, but I am not yet a customer

If you have been contacted by us without being a customer, we are processing your data for marketing purposes, which includes booking meetings with you. If you do not want us to process your personal data, please contact us and we will delete the data we have on you. Get in touch with your adviser, send an email to info@soderbergpartners.se or call us on +46 (0)8 451 50 00

How is personal data protected?

How does Söderberg & Partners protect my personal data?

Söderberg & Partners runs a highly ambitious information security operation. This means, among other benefits, that we have robust technical solutions in place to protect all of our data, such as firewalls and intrusion protection. Moreover, we work with data access control, which means that personal data is not accessible to more employees than is absolutely necessary to enable each employee to perform his/her work duties. Finally, we set equivalently high security requirements on the suppliers who process your personal data on our behalf.

Your rights

What rights do I have and how do I exercise them?

If we process personal data about you, you have a number of rights that you can exercise. If you are unsure as to whether we are processing data about you, you are also entitled to receive information confirming this is the case or not. Get in touch with your adviser, send an email to info@soderbergpartners.se or call us on +46 (0)8 451 50 00.

 

You are entitled to know if we are processing personal data about you. If we do, you are also entitled to an extract containing information on the personal data we are processing about you. Your rights also include additional information about how we process your personal data.

If you wish to receive a registry extract, you can apply for this by submitting the application form available here.

If we process erroneous or incomplete personal data about you, you are entitled to have this data corrected.

If you wish the data to be corrected, you can apply for this by submitting the application form available here.

Under certain circumstances, you are entitled to have the data we process about you deleted. This applies, for example, if we have no lawful basis for processing your data or if your data is no longer required in our business operations. Instead of requesting that we delete the data, you can also request that we limit our processing. This means we save the data but limit the processing to passive storage.

If you wish the data to be deleted or limited, you can apply for this by submitting the application form available here.

If we use your personal data to market our services to you, you are entitled to object to this processing. If this is the case, we will stop processing your data for marketing purposes.

In the event you wish to oppose the use of your personal data for direct marketing to you, please contact our Marketing Department: marknad@soderbergpartners.se, and explain what your objection concerns.

If we process personal data about you in order to execute an agreement that we have with you, or with the backing of your consent, you are entitled to what is called data portability of your data. This means that you are entitled to require us to provide you with the data in electronic format. You can also request that we send the data directly to another personal data controller where this is technically possible.

If you wish your data to be subject to data portability, you can apply for this by submitting the application form available here.

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Questions & complaints

Who can I contact if I have any questions or complaints concerning Söderberg & Partners' processing of my personal data?

If you have any questions or concerns regarding Söderberg & Partner's personal data management, which have not been addressed on our website, please contact your adviser, switchboard (+46 (0)8 451 50 00) or email info@soderbergpartners.se.

Söderberg & Partners has appointed a Data Protection Officer who is tasked with monitoring compliance with the privacy rules. Our Data Protection Officer can be reached at dataskyddsombudet@soderbergpartners.se.

If you think we are processing data about you in a way that violates the GDPR, you should contact us in the first instance through any of the above channels. If you are not satisfied with our response, you are entitled to file a complaint with the Swedish Data Protection Authority, which is responsible for the supervision of personal data processing in Sweden. The Swedish Data Protection Authority can be reached through www.datainspektionen.se.

Personal data processing for services

How does Söderberg & Partners process my personal data for the services I have?

Here you can read more about what is applicable to the various services we have. Read more under the service and person category you are interested in.

 

Customer


What types of personal data do we process?

The data we process about you are your name, telephone number, address, e-mail address, personal ID number, insurance information, whether you are a politically exposed person, financial information, health information, and information about your family circumstances and your employment.

Where does the data come from?

We collect the information directly from you as well as from the company with which you have a relationship, such as your employer and insurance company. We also receive information from other companies in the Söderberg & Partners group.

What is the purpose of the processing?

The purpose of the processing is to enable us to give you advice on your choice of insurance, and to administer the insurance policies that you have, directly or through your employer, a member organisation or a group insurance solution. We may also process your data in order to take preparatory measures enabling you to take out new insurance. The purpose is also to enable us to meet the legal documentation requirements that apply to our business.

Required or voluntary?

The information we have about you is required to enable us to provide insurance brokerage services, with the exception of your e-mail address, which you may choose whether to provide or not.

What is Söderberg & Partners’ legal basis/legitimate interest?

The legal basis for the processing is partly the fulfilment of a legal obligation to document the customer relationship and partly the implementation of the agreement you have with your employer or the agreement you have directly with us. We also have a legitimate interest in marketing our services.

Who are recipients of personal data and in which countries are they located?

The data we process about you are sent to the insurance company where your insurance policy is held and to your employer. Your contact details will be disclosed to other companies in the Söderberg & Partners group for marketing purposes. We may also need to disclose necessary information about you to our service providers for the performance of our services, in connection with data storage. The recipients are mainly located in Sweden or the EU/EEA. In a small number of cases we use service providers where personal data may be transferred outside the EU/EEA. In these cases we ensure that measures are taken to meet the safeguard requirements in Article 46 of the General Data Protection Regulation. Your contact details may also be shared with other companies in the Söderberg & Partners group for marketing purposes.

How long is the data stored?

We will retain your personal data for as long as necessary with regard to the period of insurance and the period in which claims for damages in respect of the insurance can be submitted. We normally store data for 11 years after our agreement with you or the company/organisation has been terminated.

Are automated decisions made?

We do not make any automated decisions based on your personal data.


Family members


What types of personal data do we process?

The data we process about you are your name, family circumstances and financial information

Where does the data come from?

We collect the information from your family member who is a customer with us.

What is the purpose of the processing?

The purpose of the processing is to provide advisory services to our customer and to fulfil the legal documentation requirements that apply to our business.

Required or voluntary?

Your family member may choose whether to provide the information or not.

What is Söderberg & Partners’ legal basis?

The legal basis for the processing is that we, in order to be able to provide appropriate advice, have a legal obligation to demand certain information about family members.

Who are recipients of personal data and in which countries are they located?

The recipients are mainly located in Sweden or the EU/EEA. In a small number of cases we use service providers where personal data may be transferred outside the EU/EEA. In these cases we ensure that special measures are taken to meet the safeguard requirements in Article 46 of the General Data Protection Regulation.

How long is the data stored?

We will retain your personal data for as long as necessary with regard to the period of insurance and the period in which claims for damages in respect of the insurance can be submitted. We normally store data for 11 years after our agreement with you or the company/organisation has been terminated.

Are automated decisions made?

We do not make any automated decisions based on your personal data.

 

What types of personal data do we process?

If you are a contact person at a company or organisation that Söderberg & Partners has a brokerage assignment with, we process the following data: name, telephone number, email address and the type of position you hold at the company or in the organisation. If your company is a sole proprietorship, we also process your personal identity number. If you are employed or otherwise named in an insurance policy, or underlying policy, which has been signed by a company or organisation that Söderberg & Partners has a brokerage assignment with, we process data about you that is necessary for the policy in question, i.e. personal identity number, name and insurance information. If Söderberg & Partners assists a company or organisation in the event of damages, information concerning the damages is processed. If you as an individual subscribe to a policy via Söderberg & Partners, we will process your name, personal identity number, address, telephone number, e-mail address and the insurance information attributable to the policies in question.

From where does the data originate?

We collect the data both directly from you and from the company or organisation with which you have a relationship. This could be an employer, member organisation, group representative or other company or organisation with which you have a similar relationship.

What is the purpose of the processing?

The purpose of the processing is to advise and assist you, or the company/organisation that you have a relationship with, when selecting insurance, and to manage the insurance policies that you or the company/organisation have. It may also be to take the measures necessary before signing a policy or to assist in the event of damages. The purpose is also to comply with the legal documentation requirements that apply to our business.

Required or optional?

The data we hold about you is required for us to mediate insurance, with the exception of e-mail address and type of employment which are optional choices.

What is Söderberg & Partners’ lawful basis/legitimate interest?

The lawful basis for processing personal data for you as a policyholder, or as a recipient of advice from us, is to fulfil the agreement or to perform the preparatory work ahead of signing an agreement. We also have legal obligations to document each customer relationship. If we do not have an agreement with you directly but with your employer, member organisation or group representative and you do not have an agreement with the company/organisation that is our customer, we have a legitimate interest in processing your data in order to execute the contractual relationship with our customer or perform the preparatory work prior to entering into such an agreement. We also have a legitimate interest in marketing our services. If you want to be informed of on what basis the assessment of legitimate interest has been made, please contact us at info@soderbergpartners.se or call us on +46 (0)8 451 50 00.

Who are the recipients of my personal data and in which countries do they reside?

The data we process about you is sent to the insurance company where the policy is signed and to your employer. Your contact details can be shared with other companies within the Söderberg & Partners Group for marketing purposes. We may also need to disclose certain information about you to our suppliers in order to execute our services, for example in connection with data storage. The recipients reside mainly in Sweden or within the EU/EEA. In certain cases we engage with suppliers where personal data may be transferred outside of the EU/EEA, and in these cases we ensure that measures are taken to meet the protection requirements stipulated in Article 46 of the GDPR. In addition, your contact details may be shared with other companies within the Söderberg & Partners Group for marketing purposes.

For how long is the data stored?

We keep your personal data for as long as necessary with respect to the duration of insurance and the period within which liability claims arising from the insurance can be made. We usually hold your data for 11 years after our agreement with you or the company/organisation has expired.

Are automated decisions made?

We make no automated decisions based on your personal data.

 

Customer


What types of personal data do we process?

The data we process about you is your name, telephone number, address, email address, personal identity number, copy of ID document, information about whether you are a politically exposed person, financial details, account details, information on family relationship and your employment details. In certain cases, we also hold insurance information, health information and information about board assignments. 

From where does the data originate?

We collect the data directly from you or the company you represent, and financial information from external custodians, provided you have authorised us to obtain the data. We also collect contact details from other companies within the Söderberg & Partners Group for marketing purposes.

What is the purpose of the processing?

The purpose of the processing is to provide investment services or insurance mediation and to comply with the legal requirements for documentation that apply to our business, and to market our services.

Required or optional?

The data we obtain from you is required in the light of the laws and regulations that our business is subject to in order for us to execute our investment services.

What is Söderberg & Partners’ lawful basis/legitimate interest?

The lawful basis for processing is the execution of the agreement we have with you, and our legal obligations to document customer relationships and the services we provide. We also have a legitimate interest in marketing our services.

Who are the recipients of my personal data and in which countries do they reside?

The data we process about you can be forwarded to the Swedish Tax Office, the Financial Supervisory Authority and the companies where you hold deposit accounts. We may also need to disclose certain data about you to our suppliers in order to perform our services for you. The recipients reside mainly in Sweden or within the EU/EEA. In certain cases, we engage with suppliers where personal data may be transferred outside of the EU/EEA, and in these cases we ensure that measures are taken to meet the protection requirements stipulated in Article 46 of the GDPR. In addition, your contact details may be shared with other companies within the Söderberg & Partners Group for marketing purposes if you have approved this.

For how long is the data stored?

We keep your personal data for as long as necessary with respect to our agreement and the period within which liability claims arising from the investment services can be made, which normally corresponds to 11 years after the termination of the agreement.

Are automated decisions made?

We make no automated decisions based on your personal data.

 

Relative of customer


What types of personal data do we process?

The data we process about you is name, family and certain financial details.

From where does the data originate?

We collect the data from your relative who is a customer of ours.

What is the purpose of the processing?

The purpose of the processing is to provide investment services or insurance mediation to our customer and to comply with the legal requirements for documentation that apply to our business.

Required or optional?

The data we hold on you is required according to the laws and regulations that our business is subject to in order for us to provide our investment services.

What is Söderberg & Partners’ lawful basis?

The lawful basis for processing is that we have a legal obligation to request certain information about relatives when we provide advice to our customers.

Who are the recipients of my personal data and in which countries do they reside?

We may also need to disclose certain data about you to our suppliers in order to execute our services with you, for example in connection with data storage. The recipients reside in Sweden or within the EU/EEA. 

For how long is the data stored?

We keep your personal data for as long as necessary with respect to our agreement with our customer and the period within which liability claims arising from the investment services can be made, which normally corresponds to 11 years after the termination of the agreement.

Are automated decisions made?

We make no automated decisions based on your personal data.

 

Your employer is responsible for the processing. Contact your employer for more information.

Family law

Customer


What types of personal data do we process?

The data we process about you is your name, telephone number, address, e-mail address, personal identity number, financial information, account details, property designation, family information and employment details. In certain cases, we also hold insurance information, health information and information about board assignments. 

From where does the data originate?

We collect the data directly from you or the company you represent, as well as from authorities or companies, given that you have authorised us to do so. 

What is the purpose of the processing?

The purpose of the processing is to provide family law advice. We also collect information that allows us to provide accounting services and to comply with the legal requirements for documentation that apply to our business.

Required or optional?

The data we hold about you is required to provide family law advice and to establish family law documents as agreed.

What is Söderberg & Partners’ lawful basis?

The lawful basis for processing is the execution of the agreement we have with you.

Who are the recipients of my personal data and in which countries do they reside?

The data we process about you can be forwarded to the Swedish Tax Agency, the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority, the Swedish Companies Registration Office, the Swedish mapping, cadastral and land registration authority and consultants, if any. The recipients reside in Sweden or within the EU/EEA.

For how long is the data stored?

We keep your personal data for as long as necessary with respect to our agreement and the period within which liability claims can be made, which normally corresponds to 11 years after the termination of the agreement. 

Are automated decisions made?

We make no automated decisions based on your personal data.

 

Relative of customer


What types of personal data do we process?

The data we process about you is your name and details on family relationship.

From where does the data originate?

We collect the data from your relative who is a customer of ours.

What is the purpose of the processing?

The purpose of the processing is to provide advice to our customer.

Required or optional?

The data we hold about you is required to provide advice on family law.

What is Söderberg & Partners’ lawful basis?

The lawful basis for processing is the execution of the agreement we have with your relative. 

Who are the recipients of my personal data and in which countries do they reside?

The data we hold about you will not be forwarded.

For how long is the data stored?

We keep your personal data for as long as necessary with respect to our agreement and the period within which liability claims can be made, which normally corresponds to 11 years after the termination of the agreement.

Are automated decisions made?

We make no automated decisions based on your personal data.

 

Tax

Customer


What types of personal data do we process?

The data we process about you is your name, telephone number, address, email address, personal identity number, citizenship, religious identity where such information is relevant to your final tax returns, income and financial information, account details, family information and employment details. In certain cases, we also process insurance information, health information and information about board assignments. 

From where does the data originate?

We collect the data directly from you as well as from employers, companies you represent and external financial companies if you have authorised us to obtain it.

What is the purpose of the processing?

The purpose of the processing is to provide advice on tax and tax returns. 

Required or optional?

The data we collect from you is required to provide advice.

What is Söderberg & Partners’ lawful basis?

The lawful basis for processing is the execution of the agreement we have with you.

Who are the recipients of my personal data and in which countries do they reside?

The data we process about you can be forwarded to the Swedish Tax Agency, the Swedish Companies Registration Office, the Swedish mapping, cadastral and land registration authority, auditors, lawyers or other persons or authorities who need the data in order for us to comply with our agreement with you. The recipients reside mainly in Sweden or other countries within the EU/EEA. Your personal data may also be transferred to non-EU/EEA countries if it necessary to share such information with tax advisers there. In these cases, we ensure that measures are taken to ensure compliance with the protection requirements stipulated in Article 46 of the GDPR.

For how long is the data stored?

We keep your personal data for as long as necessary with respect to our agreement and the period within which liability claims can be made, which normally corresponds to 11 years after the termination of the agreement.

Are automated decisions made?

We make no automated decisions based on your personal data.

 

Relative of customer


What types of personal data do we process?

The data we process about you is your name, personal identity number, citizenship, religious identity when such information is relevant for final tax returns, income and financial information, account details, family relationship information and employment details. In certain cases, we also hold insurance information and information about board assignments.

From where does the data originate?

We collect the data from your relative who is a customer of ours.

What is the purpose of the processing?

The purpose of the processing is to provide advice to our customer.

Required or optional?

The data we hold about you is required to provide advice within our business.

What is Söderberg & Partners’ lawful basis?

The lawful basis for processing is the execution of the agreement we have with your relative. 

Who are the recipients of my personal data and in which countries do they reside?

The data we hold about you will normally not be forwarded. However, if it is necessary to fulfil our agreement with your relative, your personal data may be transferred to recipients in countries both inside and outside the EU/EEA. In these cases, we ensure that measures are taken to ensure compliance with the protection requirements stipulated in Article 46 of the GDPR.

For how long is the data stored?

We keep your personal data for as long as necessary with respect to our agreement and the period within which liability claims can be made, which normally corresponds to 11 years after the termination of the agreement. 

Are automated decisions made?

We make no automated decisions based on your personal data.

 

Entrepreneur service

Customer


What types of personal data do we process?

The data we process about you is your name, telephone number, address, e-mail address, personal identity number, financial information, account details, family information and employment details. In certain cases, we also hold insurance information, health information and information about board assignments. 

From where does the data originate?

We collect the data directly from you or the company you represent, and financial information from external custodian banks, provided you have authorised us to obtain this.

What is the purpose of the processing?

The purpose of the processing is to provide advice in financial planning, and we also collect information that allows us to provide accounting services and to comply with the legal requirements on documentation that apply to our business.

Required or optional?

The data we hold about you is required to enable us to provide advice.

What is Söderberg & Partners’ lawful basis?

The lawful basis for processing is the execution of the agreement we have with you and, in some cases, our legal obligations as set out in the Swedish Accounting Act.

Who are the recipients of my personal data and in which countries do they reside?

The data we process about you can be forwarded to the Swedish Tax Agency, the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority, the Swedish Companies Registration Office and external auditors. The recipients reside in Sweden or within the EU/EEA.

For how long is the data stored?

We keep your personal data for as long as necessary with respect to our agreement and the period within which liability claims can be made, which normally corresponds to 11 years after the termination of the agreement. 

Are automated decisions made?

We make no automated decisions based on your personal data.

 

Relative of customer


What types of personal data do we process?

The data we process about you is name and family relationship.

From where does the data originate?

We collect the data from your relative who is a customer of ours.

What is the purpose of the processing?

The purpose of the processing is to provide advice to our customer.

Required or optional?

The data we hold about you is required to be able to provide advice to our customer who is a relative of yours.

What is Söderberg & Partners’ lawful basis?

The lawful basis for processing is the execution of the agreement we have with your relatives.

Who are the recipients of my personal data and in which countries do they reside?

The data we hold about you will not be forwarded.

For how long is the data stored?

We keep your personal data for as long as necessary with respect to our agreement and the period within which liability claims can be made, which normally corresponds to 11 years after the termination of the agreement.

Are automated decisions made?

We make no automated decisions based on your personal data.

 

Business services

Customer


What types of personal data do we process?

The data we process about you is your name, telephone number, address, e-mail address, personal identity number, financial information, account details, family information and employment details. In certain cases, we also hold insurance information, health information and information about board assignments. 

From where does the data originate?

We collect the data directly from you or the company you represent, and financial information from external custodian banks, provided you have authorised us to obtain this.

What is the purpose of the processing?

The purpose of the processing is to provide advice on financial planning, tax advice and family law counselling. We also collect information that allows us to provide accounting services and to comply with the legal requirements for documentation that apply to our business.

Required or optional?

The data we hold about you is required to provide advice and/or accounting services.

What is Söderberg & Partners’ lawful basis?

The lawful basis for processing is the execution of the agreement we have with you and our legal obligations as set out in the Swedish Accounting Act.

Who are the recipients of my personal data and in which countries do they reside?

The data we process about you can be forwarded to the Swedish Tax Agency, the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority, the Swedish Companies Registration Office and external auditors. The recipients reside in Sweden or within the EU/EEA.

For how long is the data stored?

We keep your personal data for as long as necessary with respect to our agreement and the legal requirements that apply to accounting, which normally corresponds to 11 years after the termination of the agreement.

Are automated decisions made?

We make no automated decisions based on your personal data.

 

Relative of customer


What types of personal data do we process?

The data we process about you is name, family and financial details.

From where does the data originate?

We collect the data from your relative who is a customer of ours.

What is the purpose of the processing?

The purpose of the processing is to provide advice to our customer and to comply with the legal requirements on documentation that apply to our business.

Required or optional?

The data we hold about you is required to provide advice within our business.

What is Söderberg & Partners’ lawful basis?

The lawful basis for processing is the execution of the agreement we have with your relative.

Who are the recipients of my personal data and in which countries do they reside?

The data we hold about you will not be forwarded.

For how long is the data stored?

We keep your personal data for as long as necessary with respect to our agreement and the legal requirements that apply to accounting, which normally corresponds to 11 years after the termination of the agreement.

Are automated decisions made?

We make no automated decisions based on your personal data.

 

Personal data processing for marketing

Marketing

What types of personal data do we process?

Within the framework of our appointment setting operations, we process data concerning your name, address and telephone number, as well as information about your position if you are a representative of a company. In connection with setting an appoinment, your e-mail address is also processed.

For event invitations, your name, address, telephone number and income information will be processed. If you register an interest via our contact form on the website, we will process your name, your location in Sweden, personal identity number, contact details, which company you are a customer of since before (if you are a customer) and any other data you choose to submit to us.

If we have recorded a video with youwe will, in addition to the video, save information on name, title and company that you represent.

If you have stated that you do not want to receive any marketing material from us, we will keep your e-mail address. 

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From where does the data originate?

We collect the data from the companies within Söderberg & Partners Group, which you are a customer of, as well as from external suppliers.

What is the purpose of the processing?

The purpose of the processing is to market our services.

Required or optional?

It is up to you whether we are allowed to use your personal data to market our services. You will find more information on how to object to us using your personal data for marketing purposes under the heading of Right to object, which is set out above.

What is Söderberg & Partners’ lawful basis/legitimate interest?

We have a legitimate interest in marketing our services. If you want to know the reasons behind the assessment we have made, please get in touch by emailing to info@soderbergpartners.se or call us at +46 (0)8 451 50 00.

Who are the recipients of my personal data and in which countries do they reside?

Your data is only forwarded to external companies that help us with our marketing or events. The recipients of your personal data are in Sweden or within the EU/EEA.

For how long is the data stored?

If you are a customer, we will hold your data for the time specified in the service-specific information above. If you are not a customer but subscribe to our newsletter, we will hold your data until you notify us that you wish to unsubscribe.. If you are not a customer and we contact you for marketing purposes, we will hold your data for three months after it has been collected.

Are automated decisions made?

We make no automated decisions based on your personal data.