Crowe Foederer processes personal data on a daily basis. In doing so, Crowe Foederer acts within the law. Crowe Foederer respects the privacy of the persons about whom it receives information and handles that information in strict confidence. In this privacy statement, we explain what personal data Crowe Foederer processes and for what purposes. We recommend that you read this privacy statement carefully.
Crowe Foederer, having its registered office at Foederer, the Netherlands, chamber of commerce number 17034844 , is the controller for the processing and storage of your personal data. If you have any questions about the contents of the privacy statement, you can contact Hans van den Broek via [email protected].
Crowe Foederer processes different types of personal data for different purposes. The personal data and purposes involved are explained below.
Implementation of purchase and manufacturing agreements
For processing and delivering your order, we need your name, e-mail address, payment details and your telephone number. We pass these data to third parties, e.g. to delivery services. We do so only if it is necessary for the implementation of the purchase agreement or any other agreement to which you are a party.
In order to provide our services, we need your name, e-mail address, payment details and your telephone number. These data allow us to process your request, contact you, provide our services and keep you informed of the process. If it is necessary for our service provision, we disclose your personal data to third parties.
For ordering new assignments, we collect commercially interesting information about companies, such as the position of a company within the market, the possible interest or further interest of the company in our products and the persons within the company who we wish to contact or have contacted. We collect the contact details of those persons, information about their visits to trade fairs, memos based on discussions and telephone conversations and visit reports. We collect similar information on suppliers and potential suppliers. This information is carefully organised and stored in a database that is accessible only to authorised employees. We do so on the basis of our justified business interest.
Crowe Foederer can be found on social media, such as Linkedin. We can use your personal data when you use functions on these websites and/or apps, such as a Linkedin- like. If you use such a function, we can obtain your personal data via our social media.
Crowe Foederer collects and processes data of applicants by means of personal contacts, by post, by e-mail and/or telephone conversations. The information we collect includes the name, gender, contact details, motivation letters, training level and working history of the applicant. These data are relevant for following the selection procedure and will be removed no later than four weeks after the completion of the procedure. If you grant permission, Foederer can store your personal data for a longer period in its administrative records, so that you can be contacted again if necessary in the future.
Crowe Foederer also processes personal data of employees, in the context of the employment contract and on a statutory basis. For information about processing the personal data of employees, reference is made to the staff manual.
We do not share your personal details with companies, organisations and individuals outside Foederer, except in one of the following circumstances.
Implementation of an agreement
Issuing your personal data to third-party organisations is permitted if this is necessary to fulfil our contractual obligations with respect to you. This involves processing and delivering your order. We also pass on your data to the deliverer so that the order can be delivered to you.
With your permission
We can transfer your data to other parties if you grant us permission to do so. That permission applies only if it is clear what you are granting your permission for and what the consequences are.
For external processing
For legal reasons
We share personal data if we believe that disclosure of the data is necessary in order to comply with applicable legislation, statutory procedures or requests from government bodies.
If a statutory obligation requires us to do so, we will issue your personal data. For instance, the police may request data from us in the context of a fraud investigation. Another example includes taxes. On the basis of Section 47 of the Dutch State Taxes Act (Algemene wet inzake rijksbelastingen), the tax inspector may request all data that are needed to levy taxes.
Crowe Foederer imposes conditions on the recipients of your personal data to ensure that these data are handled confidentially and are secured.
We do not retain your personal data for longer than necessary, unless we have a statutory obligation to retain your personal data for a longer period. Our basic principle is that we retain your personal data only for as long as that is necessary in order to deliver our products and/or services to you. We will subsequently remove your personal data in so far as possible. If, for instance, you have provided your e-mail address so that we can keep you informed of our services, we will retain your data for that purpose.
Crowe Foederer may transfer your personal data from the Netherlands to a foreign country. Countries within the European Economic Area (EEA) have a personal data protection level that is similar to the Netherlands. We may transfer your personal data with due observance of the general requirements of privacy legislation. We can do so, for instance, within our group for the benefit of efficient operations.
We will transfer your personal data outside the EEA only if an appropriate level of protection exists. For this purpose, Crowe Foederer uses model contracts approved by the European Commission. We will transfer your personal data mainly to branches in our group for the benefit of our internal operations.
You have a number of statutory rights with respect to us: access, corrections or additions, data deletion, limitation of processing, transfer of digital data and the right of objection. We explain these rights below. We also explain how you can exercise these rights with respect to us.
Right of access
Upon your request, we will inform you in writing whether we are processing your personal data. When making your request, you must identify yourself by means of a copy of your driving licence or identity document. In our response, we will explain which of your personal data we have processed or are still processing and we will provide you with a copy. We will also explain the purposes for which the data have been or are still being processed, the parties with which the data are being shared, the period for which these data are expected to be stored, and which other rights you can exercise.
Corrections or additions
If you have received details about the processing of your personal data, you can request us to correct inaccuracies or to make additions to incomplete information. We will motivate our response. If we make corrections, you will receive a supplementary statement from us. That statement will also be sent to any recipients of your incorrect or incomplete data.
You can request us to delete your personal data in our systems in one or more of the following cases:
Limitation of processing
If you have notified us of an inaccuracy or incompleteness in your personal data, you can request us to limit the processing for as long as we are dealing with your request. You may also request us to limit the processing of your data if you believe that we are wrongfully processing your data or if we no longer need them, or if you have lodged and objection against the processing or the further processing of the data. After the receipt of your limitation request, we will continue to process the data only with your permission or if there are compelling reasons for doing so (such as legal proceedings).
Transfer of digital data
If you have provided us with personal data in a structured, customary digital file format and we have processed your data with your permission or in the context of implementing an agreement with you, you will be entitled to request a copy of these data from us. In such cases, you can also request that your data be transferred directly to another service provider.
You may lodge an objection at all times against the processing of personal data relating to you. That applies particularly to profiles that we have created on the basis of your personal data. We will cease processing your data following the receipt of your objection, unless we can put forward urgent justifiable reasons that outweigh your interests, rights and liberties. If we process your personal data for direct marketing purposes, you may object at any time and we will cease processing immediately.
If you wish to exercise one or more of the rights summarised above, you can contact us via the following e-mail address [email protected]. Crowe Foederer will take a decision regarding your request within four weeks, unless we inform you within that period that we need a bit more time.
If your personal data are processed on the basis of your permission, you will be entitled to withdraw that permission. Any withdrawal of your permission will not prejudice previous processing on the basis of that permission.
Despite the care and attention paid to the management of this website, it’s possible that the site contains incorrect information. Crowe Foederer cannot be held liable for technical or editorial errors that occur in this website, nor for any consequential damage resulting from the use or the temporary unavailability of this website or the links to the website of third parties.
If you have a complaint about the use of your personal data, we refer you to the complaints procedure at the Dutch Data Protection Authority. This body is authorised to examine your complaint.
If you have any questions, send them in an e-mail to: [email protected]. This privacy statement is in accordance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation. We reserve the right to update this privacy statement periodically. The latest version will be published on this page.
Version May 2018
Crowe Foederer is responsible for the optimal performance of its website. To ensure that the website functions properly, Crowe Foederer uses technology that involves processing personal data, such as cookies.
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on the visitor’s device (electronic appliance) when the site is first visited. Cookies are intended to collect information about a person, the website or statistics. Some cookies are also intended to improve user experiences of the website.
We make a distinction between functional and non-functional cookies. Functional cookies are always used. These are necessary for the efficient operation of the website and process personal data only for the purpose for which these data are completed.
Non-functional cookies process personal data outside your field of vision. That is why we always ask for your permission before using these cookies.
Non-functional cookies include analytics cookies. These cookies are not necessary for the functioning of the website. Analytics cookies show us which parts of the website need improving and, for instance, allow us to measure the popularity of certain pages. Non-functional cookies have a great variety of purposes, but they mainly enable us to improve our service provision. We can, for example, measure how often our website is visited and discover what information visitors are looking for.
We use the following non-functional cookies.
We use analytics cookies to collect statistics about the use of the website by visitors. By measuring website use, the site can be improved to benefit visitors.
The data stored include the following:
These are cookies that are used to identify an Internet user on a website. By using tracking cookies, we can record the Internet pages you visit. The information about your website visits allows us to derive your preferences and interests. We can use this information to make personal offers.
We use advertising cookies to show personalised advertisements and to measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign. The advertising cookies are necessary to actually show the advertisements.
If you do not wish our website to store cookies on your computer, you can indicate this in the cookie notice that appears when you first visit our website.
If you have previously accepted our cookies, this notice will no longer appear and you will have to remove the cookies yourself (if desired).
When your personal data are processed using cookies, you can still exercise the rights summarised above in Article 5 of our privacy statement.
Version May 2018