EIMF, the European Institute of Management & Finance, is committed to protecting the privacy of your personal DATA. EIMF is the trading name of EIMF Holding Ltd who is the ‘data controller’ of your information under the General Data Protection Regulation.
“Personal Data” means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person.
The European Institute of Management and Finance (EIMF) is a leading provider of premium courses, professional and executive education, e-Learning and tailored learning solutions with a strong emphasis on the financial and professional services sector.
As the Controller, the EIMF determines the purpose and means of processing individuals’ personal data. In each case, the personal data controller will be the EIMF.
The EIMF processes different personal data for a variety of reasons. These may include:
Personal data for contact, service provision and other purposes:
These may include, name, position, participant’s telephone number, details of person authorising attendance, academic and professional qualifications, date of birth, AAT registration and membership number.
Information necessary to make payments:
This may include bank account details and other relevant details.
Compliance with statutory obligation:
The EIMF may process personal data where obliged to do so under the law (e.g. employment records, company records, tax reporting obligations, AML Laws).
Information collected during the registration for an event or conference organised by EIMF:
EIMF may organise different kind of events or conferences either for promoting and marketing its services to existing and potential clients, for networking purposes or for finding potential participants for the different courses/seminars.
In this respect, EIMF may process personal data (e.g. name, surname, contact details and if relevant details in regard to academic and/or professional qualifications (including, but not limited to, name of University, subject of study, year of study) for efficient organisation and management of an event or conference. This information may be used for future contact, only with your consent, in order to market the Entity’s services to you or in order to inform you for similar events. This information will be held by EIMF until you choose to unsubscribe/withdraw your consent, in accordance with article 7(3) of the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation EU 2016/679).
Photographs/pictures, presentations, audio and video recording of speakers and participants and live web streaming of the events or conferences may be taken. They may be reproduced in various media including EIMF’s publications, EIMF website, social networks, TV channels and the press, in connection with the event or conference as well as for promotional activities of EIMF.
If you wish that your image or voice is not recorded and published, for compelling and legitimate grounds relating to your particular situation, please follow the procedure described below at paragraph 11 for making a request.
Personal data may be collected by the EIMF where you or an organisation with which you are related in any capacity (e.g. employee, officer, representative) (the “Client Entity”) contact the EIMF in relation any services that it may provide. Your personal data may also come to our possession in case you express any interest to and/or become an employee of the EIMF. Your personal data may also be processed if you sign up to participate in an event or conference organised by EIMF. Your data may also be collected when an organisation engages the EIMF to provide services and you are engaged in the organisation in any capacity that is relevant (for example, director, representative, employee of such entity with which the EIMF deals in providing any services).
The EIMF will process personal data to:
The EIMF may process the personal data set our above on one or more of the following:
The EIMF takes the appropriate measures (physical, organisational and technical) to ensure the safety of your personal data. Your personal data may be stored electronically or in paper form.
The EIMF stores personal data for no longer than is reasonably necessary for its processing purposes. Where EIMF stores personal data based on your consent, it will delete such personal data when you withdraw your consent and provided that it is not obliged under law to maintain such data. In case of recruitment activities, EIMF will delete your personal data if you are not employed unless you expressly consent for to the storing of your personal data for potential future roles and/or other purposes. If you accept an offer of employment by EIMF, any relevant personal data collected during your pre-employment period will become part of your personnel records and will be retained. EIMF may in any case, keep personal data as long as is necessary for the defending or making of legal claims as provided by applicable limitation laws in Cyprus.
The EIMF may transfer personal data to third countries outside the EU/EEA where required for any of the purposes stated above including for storage purposes. In each such case, EIMF will ensure that such transfers will comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation EU 2016/679 based on a Commission Adequacy decision, or appropriate safeguards (e.g. standard contractual clauses) or other grounds provided by the GDPR. You may contact EIMF in order to be informed of the appropriate or suitable safeguards (as the case may be).
EIMF may charge you a reasonable administrative fee for of your requests that are unreasonable or excessive as sell as where you request additional copies.
EIMF will endeavour to satisfy your requests promptly and no later than the time limits set by the applicable law. If you have a complaint, you may submit a complaint as stated below.
If the EIMF requests you to provide to it personal data and you fail to do so such the EIMF may not be in a position to provide a service and/or enter into an agreement with you, in which case it will inform you accordingly.
The EIMF will endeavour to promptly respond to your requests and complaints. In the event that you are unsatisfied, you may submit a complaint to the EIMF at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are still unsatisfied you may submit a complaint to the Commissioner for the Protection of Personal Data. The EIMF can provide you with the contact details upon request.