Professional & Management Services
Tel:+(350) 200 71851 / 72966
Tel:+(350) 200 71851 / 72966
Merkur Management Limited (MML); including Merkur Services Ltd, Merkur Secretaries Ltd & Merkur Trustees Ltd; as Trust & Company Managers, only collect data from clients and potential clients in accordance with the legal and administrative needs to effectively carrying out their clients requirements.
The data collected is only used in order to comply with the legal and administrative requirements necessary to effectively carry out our duties as Trust and Company Managers, on behalf of our clients and potential clients.
In line with these duties data may be shared with other legitimate parties who require the data in order to comply with legal obligations and/or require the data in order to undertake the work required to service our client's needs (for example; Gibraltar Government Departments, relevant Banks, GFSC, Companies House).
We will retain your information for the period necessary to fulfill the Purposes for which it was collected, as outlined above, and as otherwise needed to comply with applicable law and internal company policies. At the termination of a contract or business relationship, data will normally be retained for a period of 5 years.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR)https://publications.europa.eu/en/publication-detail/-/publication/3e485e15-11bd-11e6-ba9a-01aa75ed71a1/language-en
The Data Protection Act 2004 ("DPA")http://www.gibraltarlaws.gov.gi/articles/2004-01o.pdf
The Companies Act 2014http://www.gibraltarlaws.gov.gi/articles/2014-19o.pdf
The Income Tax Act 2010http://www.gibraltarlaws.gov.gi/articles/2010-21o.pdf
Gibraltar Financial Services Commissionhttp://www.fsc.gi/
Right to be informed
The Right to be informed encompasses the obligation for MML to inform individuals about who they are, what they are going to use their data for, and how they will use it.
It emphasises the need for transparency over how we use personal data. This information is typically provided through a "privacy notice", which must be:
Right of access
Individuals have the Right to request access to their personal data and supplementary information. This Right allows individuals to be aware of and verify the lawfulness of the processing.
Under the GDPR, individuals have the Right to obtain:
A response to an individual exercising this Right must be provided within one month and free of charge. However, an organisation can charge a reasonable fee when the request is manifestly unfounded or excessive, particularly if it is repetitive.
Right to rectification
Individuals have the Right to have their personal data rectified if it is inaccurate or incomplete.
Organisations should respond to requests for rectification within one month. However, this period can be extended to two months where the request is complex.
Should an organisation refuse to action the request for rectification, the organisation must explain the reasons why to the individual. The individual has the right to complain to the Data Protection Commissioner, email@example.com (+350) 200 74636.
Right to erasure
The Right to erasure is also known as "the right to be forgotten".
Under this Right, an individual can request the deletion or removal of personal data where there is no compelling reason for its continued processing.
This Right can apply in specific circumstances, such as:
Right to restrict processing
Individuals have the Right to 'block' or suppress the processing of personal data, for example when:
Individuals must be informed when organisations lift a restriction on processing.
Right to data portability
Data portability provides an individual with the Right to:
The Right to data portability only applies:
An organisation must respond within one month and the information must be provided free of charge.
Right to object
Individuals have the Right to object to:
Organisations must inform individuals of their Right to object "at the point of first communication" in their Privacy Notice.
Rights related to automated decision making
Individuals have the Right not to be the subject to a decision when it is based solely on automated means without any human intervention.
Individuals must be able to:
This Right applies to all automated decision making, including profiling.