First Actuarial Client Conference and Client Party Privacy Notice
This notice provides you with additional information on how we use your personal data which we collect when you attend our client conference and/or party. It should be read alongside our main client privacy notice.
What information will we collect?
When you attend our conference and/or party, we will hold details about how to contact you, that you attended and any feedback you may provide. Our conference is part of the service we provide to our clients and our legal basis for holding this information will be to fulfil our contract with you.
If you provide us with information on any special requirements such as dietary or disability needs, we will only hold this information with your consent. You may withdraw your consent at any time by contacting us using the details below. All such information will only be used for organising the conference and/or party and will be destroyed within 2 weeks of the conference date.
Any information we collect as part of organising the conference and/or party will not be transferred to any other organisation.
Video and Photography
As part of our conference and party we may take photographs and video. This will not involve close-up facial photographs.
Any such photographs or video will only be used to promote First Actuarial. They may be used on our website, Twitter or LinkedIn. We will not use your name alongside any such media.
Should we collect any personal data whilst taking photographs or videos we will hold this because we have a legitimate interest in promoting our business. You can read more about how we use such data here.
If you would prefer that we did not photograph or video you, please let our organisers know as soon as possible.
You can find additional information on how we use your data, our data retention periods and your rights and how to contact us in the main Client privacy notice.
You may contact us for further details on how we use your personal information, or with any other questions about this privacy notice, including any requests to exercise your rights.Data Protection
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