It is important for FAFPI that it respects the privacy of all visitors to FAFPI’s website and for the users of FAFPI’s various products and services. Here, you can read more about how FAFPI handles personal information.
We will inform you, prior to collecting personal information (e.g. name, email address).
It is important to understand that disclosure of personal information to FAFPI is completely voluntary.
FAFPI collects information (among other things) in order to:
- Customize our communication and marketing to you
- Manage your relationship with us
The use of your personal information, for example, for marketing purposes is dependent on your consent.
In some cases, the law allows FAFPI to contact you without consent.
Unless you have consented, FAFPI will not disclose your information to others.
You are always free to inform FAFPI that you do not want to receive more information (e.g. mails or news).
If you wish, you have the right to gain insight into the information we registered about you. You can also object to our collection and processing and correct the registered information.
FAFPI relies on confidentiality with customers and partners, which is why information security and confidentiality are highly prioritized. FAFPI adheres to a level of security that matches the need for the information we process – also when it comes to protecting your personal information.
Social Media Sites
When you visit FAFPI on social media sites like LinkedIn and Facebook, you should know that these sites collect information about you. In these cases FAFPI becomes a joint controller with the social media company.
Links to external internet sites
If there is anything we can do for you, write to firstname.lastname@example.org. It may be that you no longer want information from FAFPI, that you want personal information corrected / deleted or just have questions about FAFPI’s processing of your or your company’s information.
Fight Against Facilitation Payment Initiative
If you feel that your personal data is not protected or your privacy is violated, you always have the right to file a complaint the the Danish data protection agency. We urge you to contact FAFPI before you do so so that we can get a chance to correct any mistakes. The Danish DPA can be found here: www.datatilsynet.dk
Last updated: 2022-06-20