Privacy Policy

New EU data protection rules, commonly referred to as the GDPR, enter into force in the EEA on 25 May 2018. The main purpose of the new legislation is to ensure that natural persons' personal data is handled correctly, and that it is not used for anything. other than legitimate purposes.

We only use information about you that is needed to facilitate contact between you and Finserve in connection with our customer / business relationship and in a way that is customary for this type of business relationship. Typically, we may have information about your name and contact information such as email address, phone number, etc.

However, we do not store any sensitive personal information unless you have expressly given your consent to it. The information can be shared within the Finserve network, but only in case it is needed for the purpose of our business relationship. The information is used to provide you with information about our products or services and for other marketing activities.
We will delete the information about you when it is no longer needed.

We are obliged to provide you with additional information on request about what information we have about you and how we use it.
In any case, you have the right to request that we correct incorrect information or delete data that is not needed. You may also object to receiving information such as marketing materials via email or through other channels.

If you have any questions related to this information or if you have general questions about Finserve and the GDPR, please contact the person you usually contact. You can also ask questions or request information as above by sending an e-mail to: dataprivacy@finserve.se or by sending a letter to Finserve Nordic AB, Personal Data Ombudsman, Box 163 57, 103 26 Stockholm.