For the purpose of the Data Protection Act 1988, EIS Platforms Limited (company registration number 08018312) of Candlewick House, 120 Cannon Street, London EC4N 6AS, is the data controller. Our data protection registration number is ICO ZA114581.

The details set out below (together with any documents or other items that are referenced) contain the terms upon which we will use or process any personal data that we collect from you, or that you provide to us in relation to this web site.

You should read this document carefully to ensure that you understand how personal data will be treated.

1. Collecting your Personal Data

When you use our website or contact us we may collect, store and process data about you, this may include:

  • information that is provided by you when you complete forms, the registration process, your profile, post information or questions, or request information from or via the website or us.
  • information in relation to any transactions that you undertake on our website or with us.
  • information about your computer and in relation to your visits to our website. This can include using a “cookie” which would be stored on your browser. Cookies are temporary internet files which are used to enhance the ease of using our website.
  • information that you may provide in relation to any research or surveys that we may make available or publish.

In the event that you disclose to us any personal data that relates to any another person, you warrant that you have obtained that person’s prior consent to disclosure of such data and its processing, storage and use in accordance with these terms.

Our website may contain links or details of third party website. We have no control over the content or operation of these website and any such site should have its own privacy policy which you should read before you enter any personal data. Under no circumstances shall we be liable for the actions of any third party or any losses that result from you supplying your personal data to such third parties.

2. Our use and disclosure of your Personal Data

We may use or disclose any personal data as set out below or detailed in the relevant website pages.

Our use of your personal data may include the following:

  • to aid the administration and use of our website, including its use to ensure that such administration and use may be carried out in an effective manner.
  • to deal with any communications or complaint that we may receive from you.
  • in order to carry out any obligations relating to transactions that may be undertaken on the website or otherwise.
  • to communicate with you in order to provide you with information or the services as described in the website or any changes that may be made to them.
  • to send you newsletters and other marketing communications from time to time, which may include the businesses of carefully-selected third parties which may be of interest to you, by post, telephone or, where you have specifically agreed to this, by email. Provided, that you will have the ability to opt out of the receipt of these at any time.
  • in order to enforce or monitor compliance of any other terms and conditions that you have agreed with us, or that relate to the protection of our rights, our customer’s rights, the security of the website, the detection or prevention of fraud or issues relating to credit risks.

Our disclosure of your personal data may include the following:

  • disclosure to any group company, including subsidiaries, our ultimate holding company or its subsidiaries for the purposes set out in these terms.
  • disclosure to any of our employees, officers, professional advisers, agents, suppliers or subcontractors insofar as reasonably necessary for the purposes set out in these terms.
  • disclosure or sharing required in order to comply with legal proceedings or potential legal proceedings, actions, or official investigations or that relate to the establishment, protection or exercising of any of our rights, our customer’s rights, the security of the website or the detection or prevention of fraud.
  • if we enter into negotiations to buy or sell any business or related asses, we may disclose your personal data as part of this process to a third party involved in such negotiations.

We do not disclose personal data relating to identifiable individuals to advertisers, but we may provide them with aggregated demographical information about users in order to assist with the targeting of adverts.

Except as set out above, we will not provide your personal data to any third parties.

3. Storage of your Personal Data

The data that we collect may be transferred to, stored or processed at a destination outside the European Economic Area either by our own staff or staff of third parties which are contracted to provide services to us. Such data will however be subject to measures designed to protect its security, prevent any unauthorised access and to ensure that it is only used in accordance with these terms. One of these security measures includes the password you have setup during the registration process which you agree to keep confidential at all times.
By providing your personal data you are agreeing to its transfer, storage and processing as above.

4. Your Rights and Access to Personal Data

You may ask us to provide you with a copy of any personal data we hold in relation to you by writing to us at:

Candlewick House
120 Cannon Street
United Kingdom

Telephone: 020 7071 3945

Please ensure that you provide evidence of your ID at the time of making a request. We will accept original utility bills showing your name and address or a copy of your passport or driving license that has been certified as a true copy by a solicitor. These will be returned if requested.

We reserve the right to charge a fee of £10 to cover the costs associated with such a request.

If you discover any errors relating to your personal data, please either edit your profile on the website or advise us and we will make such changes on your behalf.

We will always endeavor to advise you if we intend on disclosing your data to third parties for marketing purposes at the point of collection. However, you have the right, at any time, to make a request for us to stop using your personal data for marketing purposes by either (a) writing to us at the address set out; or (b) clicking on the unsubscribe link that will be provided in e-mail communications.

5. Amendments to these terms

We may make changes to our privacy terms in the future. In such circumstances we will update the information set out above and/or we may arrange to provide details of any changes by e-mail.