The controller of your personal data is Diethelm Keller Management Ltd, Mühlebachstrasse 20, 8008 Zürich, Switzerland. References in this Policy to “DKM”, “we” or “us” are references to Diethelm Keller Management Ltd.
If you have any concerns regarding data protection you may contact us as follows: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Personal data we process about you includes:
We collect this information when you interact with us, for example when you communicate with our staff, sign up to receive information by e-mail, or participate at meetings, seminars or other events. We also collect or generate personal data in the course of providing services, and we may collect personal data from other sources for example to keep your information up to date using publicly available sources.
We process your personal data:
We process personal data for these purposes on the following basis: that it is necessary for us to perform a contract, such as engaging with an individual to provide services; for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims or proceedings; to comply with legal and regulatory obligations; for legitimate interests including the interests set out above; and/or based on consent.
We use various technical and organisational measures to help protect your personal data from unauthorised access, use, disclosure, alteration or destruction.
We automatically collect and store for a limited time log data and device information when you access and use our website. That information includes, among other things, details about how you use our website, IP address, access dates and times, hardware and software information, device information and similar information. We process that data on the basis that it is required for us to operate, maintain and improve our websites
Our websites use Google Analytics, a service provided by Google LLC, USA that tracks and reports on the manner in which our websites are used. Google Analytics does this by placing small text files called “cookies” on your computer or other device. Cookies collect information about the number of visitors to the websites, the pages visited and the time spent on the websites. This information is aggregated and not personally identifiable. This integration of Google Analytics generally anonymizes IP addresses by shortening within the EU/EEA. Google is registered under the US-Swiss and the EU-US Privacy Shield.
We may use your name and e-mail address(es) to send you publications, alerts, updates, event invitations and other information by e-mail, but will ask for consent first unless we have obtained your contact details from you in the context of our services and you have not opted out from receiving such marketing communications. If you receive marketing communications from us and no longer wish to do so, you may unsubscribe at any time by following the link included in these e-mails. Note that we use personal data to understand if you read our e-mails or click on links included in them.
We may share your personal data with trusted third parties including:
For the purposes set out in this Policy and where necessary, we may share personal data with courts, tribunals, regulatory authorities, government agencies and law enforcement agencies. We may also be required to disclose your personal data to comply with legal or regulatory requirements.
We may transfer your personal data to recipients abroad, including in countries that do not provide the same level of protection as Swiss law. We will usually do so on the basis that such a transfer is necessary for the performance of an agreement with the data subject(s), for an agreement or performance of an agreement concluded in the interest of the data subject, or for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.
We retain your personal data for as long as it is necessary for the purposes for which the data is collected, and as long as we have a legitimate interest in keeping personal data, for example to enforce or defend claims or for archiving purposes and IT security. We also retain your personal data as long as it is subject to a legal retention obligation.
You are entitled to ask for details of the personal data we hold about you and how we process it and to receive a copy of your personal data. You may also have your data rectified or deleted, restrict our processing of that information, and object to the processing of your personal data. You may also choose to withdraw your consent. Please note that even after you have chosen to withdraw your consent, we may be able to continue to process your personal data to the extent required or permitted by law. You may also lodge a complaint in relation to our processing of your personal data with a local supervisory authority, in Switzerland with the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner.
We may amend this Policy at any time without notice. The current version published on our website applies. If the statement is part of an agreement with you, we will, in the event of an update, notify you of the change by e-mail or other appropriate means.
Version: November 2019