GDPR is the new General Data Protection Regulation effective since 25th of May 2018.
The Federal Act on Data Protection (DPA) is the data protection law of Denmark.
Quintet Denmark observes all statutory data protection and similar provisions to the extent applicable to Quintet Denmark.
Data that relates to a living individual, known as a “data subject” and “natural person”, who can be identified directly or indirectly through those data by:
To the extent applicable to Quintet Denmark, it applies to ‘Data Subjects’ who are natural persons living or being in Denmark or the European Union and whose personal data is processed by a controller or a processor. Quintet Denmark data subjects are mainly:
To the extent applicable to Quintet Denmark, Quintet Denmark is the ‘controller’ as a Bank that directly holds personal data and determines how and why this personal data is processed. For example, the client address is a personal data collected in Quintet Denmark systems “the how” in order to allow communication with the client in line with his contract “the why”.
At the moment of the collection of your personal data, the Bank has the obligation to provide you precise information about the processing activities as described in terms and references.
In relation to your data and always subject to applicable law, you have the right to:
We have the following policies:
- Quintet Privacy notice describing the data protection measures and rights regarding our prospect and other third parties.
- Website Data Protection policy describing the cookies management and your rights as visitor of the website.
You have also the right to lodge complaint and questions relating to privacy and we will attempt to resolve all complaints in due time.
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If you want to know more about our website data protection policy, please download the following PDF: Website data protection policy