Data Pro­tec­tion No­ti­ce

We, Wealth­cap Kapital­verwaltungs­gesellschaft mbH, Ba­va­ria­film­platz 8, D‑82031 Grün­wald (her­ein­af­ter cal­led “WCK”), in­form you in this no­ti­ce about the pro­ces­sing of per­so­nal data done by us.

You may cont­act us at any time, not only by mail, but also at info@wealthcap.com or at +49 89 678 205 500.

You can reach our Data Pro­tec­tion Of­fi­cer by mail at Wealth­cap Kapital­verwaltungs­gesellschaft mbH, ‑Datenschutzbeauftragter‑, Ba­va­ria­film­platz 8, 82031 Grün­wald, or by e‑mail at datenschutz@wealthcap.com.

In the fol­lo­wing, we have com­pi­led the most im­portant information on the ty­pi­cal data pro­ces­sing ope­ra­ti­ons for you, sub­di­vi­ded by data sub­ject ca­te­go­ries. For cer­tain data pro­ces­sing ope­ra­ti­ons con­cer­ning only spe­ci­fic ca­te­go­ries, the duty to pro­vi­de information is ful­fil­led in se­pa­ra­te do­cu­ments. When­ever the term “data” is used in this text, it re­fers so­le­ly to per­so­nal data wi­thin the mea­ning of the EU Ge­ne­ral Data Pro­tec­tion Re­gu­la­ti­on (GDPR).

This data pro­tec­tion no­ti­ce al­re­a­dy com­pli­es with the re­qui­re­ments of the GDPR.

1. Vi­si­tors to our web­site
  • 1.1 Ser­ver pro­to­col data
    For every re­quest, our web ser­ver pro­ces­ses cer­tain data that your brow­ser au­to­ma­ti­cal­ly trans­fers to our web ser­ver. The­se data are the IP ad­dress curr­ent­ly as­si­gned to your de­vice, the date and time of your re­quest, the time zone, the spe­ci­fic page or file vi­si­ted, the http sta­tus code and the data vo­lu­me trans­fer­red; ad­di­tio­nal­ly, the web page whe­re your re­quest ori­gi­na­ted, the brow­ser used, the ope­ra­ting sys­tem of your ter­mi­nal de­vice, and the lan­guage used. The­se data are used by our web ser­ver for the best pos­si­ble dis­play of the con­tents of this web­site on your de­vice.
  • 1.2 Goog­le Ana­ly­tics
    Our web­site uses the ser­vices of Goog­le Ana­ly­tics, a web ana­ly­tics ser­vice pro­vi­ded by Goog­le Ire­land Ltd, Gor­don House, Bar­row Street, Dub­lin 4, Ire­land (“Goog­le”). Ana­ly­sis of your use of our web­sites is made pos­si­ble th­rough sto­rage of what are known as “coo­kies” (see 1.8) on your com­pu­ter, which then ge­ne­ra­te information on your user be­ha­vi­or and trans­fer this information to Goog­le. Usual­ly, a trun­ca­ted ver­si­on of your IP ad­dress is trans­fer­red to the Goog­le ser­ver. In ex­cep­tio­nal ca­ses, the full IP ad­dress may also be trans­fer­red. We have com­mis­sio­ned Goog­le to use this information to prepa­re re­ports on user be­ha­vi­or on our web pa­ges. The IP ad­dress iden­ti­fied by Goog­le Ana­ly­tics is not com­bi­ned with other data by Goog­le. If you do not wish to have coo­kies (see 1.8) stored on your com­pu­ter, you can ad­just your brow­ser set­tings ac­cor­din­gly. Un­fort­u­na­te­ly, this may lead to rest­ric­ted use of our web pa­ges. You may pre­vent data coll­ec­tion by Goog­le Ana­ly­tics by cli­cking on the fol­lo­wing link, which sets an opt-out coo­kie pre­ven­ting the future coll­ec­tion of your data when you vi­sit this web­site: De­ac­ti­va­te Goog­le Ana­ly­tics

    More de­tail­ed information on the terms of use and pri­va­cy po­li­cy is available at http://www.google.com/analytics/terms/de.html and https://www.google.de/intl/de/policies/, re­spec­tively. Plea­se note that Goog­le Ana­ly­tics has been ex­ten­ded to in­clude the “an­ony­mi­zeIp” code on this web­site in or­der to en­su­re an­ony­mi­zed coll­ec­tion of IP ad­dres­ses (a pro­cess known as “IP mas­king”). In ad­di­ti­on, we use Goog­le Ana­ly­tics to ana­ly­ze data from Ad­Words and the dou­ble-click coo­kie for sta­tis­ti­cal pur­po­ses. If you do not wish such ana­ly­sis, you can de­ac­ti­va­te this func­tion in the ads pre­fe­ren­ces manager (https://support.google.com/ads/answer/2662922?hl=de).
  • 1.3 GA Au­di­ence
    On this web­site, data is coll­ec­ted and pro­ces­sed by GA Au­di­en­ces, a web ana­ly­tics ser­vice pro­vi­ded by Goog­le Ire­land Ltd, Gor­don House, Bar­row Street, Dub­lin 4, Ire­land (“Goog­le”). From this data, user pro­files are crea­ted on a pseud­ony­mi­zed ba­sis. This tech­no­lo­gy ser­ves the pur­po­se of show­ing users who have al­re­a­dy vi­si­ted our web pa­ges and on­line ser­vices tar­ge­ted ads from us at other third-par­ty pa­ges of the Goog­le part­ner net­work. For this pur­po­se, a coo­kie is stored on your com­pu­ter to ana­ly­ze user be­ha­vi­or du­ring vi­sits on our web­site that can sub­se­quent­ly be used for tar­ge­ted pro­duct re­com­men­da­ti­ons and in­te­rest-ba­sed ad­ver­ti­sing. No per­so­nal data are stored or pro­ces­sed when the re­le­vant coo­kie (see 1.8) is pla­ced. If you do not wish to re­cei­ve in­te­rest-ba­sed ads, you can de­ac­ti­va­te the use of coo­kies (see 1.8) by Goog­le for the­se pur­po­ses by fol­lo­wing the in­s­truc­tions at https://adssettings.google.com/authenticated#fyRr4c.
  • 1.4 Goog­le Tag Manager
    In ad­di­ti­on, we use the Goog­le Tag Manager pro­vi­ded by Goog­le Ire­land Ltd, Gor­don House, Bar­row Street, Dub­lin 4, Ire­land (“Goog­le”). This tool can be used to ma­na­ge web­site tags. The Goog­le Tag Manager me­re­ly crea­tes tags — a tag is a code used to me­a­su­re vi­si­tor num­bers and vi­si­tor be­ha­vi­or. The tags come from other ser­vices — in our case from Goog­le Ana­ly­tics (see abo­ve). The Goog­le Tag Manager only ma­na­ges the­se tags, but neither places coo­kies nor coll­ects per­so­nal data. When track­ing has been de­ac­ti­va­ted via De­ac­ti­va­te Goog­le Ana­ly­tics, this also ap­pli­es to all track­ing tags ma­na­ged by the Goog­le Tag Manager.
  • 1.5 Goog­le Ad­Words Con­ver­si­on
    This web­site uses the “Goog­le Ad­Words Con­ver­si­on Track­ing” func­tion pro­vi­ded by Goog­le Ire­land Ltd, Gor­don House, Bar­row Street, Dub­lin 4, Ire­land (“Goog­le”). Goog­le Ad­Words Con­ver­si­on Track­ing uses what are known as “coo­kies” (see 1.8), i.e., text files that are stored on your com­pu­ter and per­mit an ana­ly­sis of your web­site use when you have cli­cked on a Goog­le add. The coo­kies (see 1.8) are va­lid for a ma­xi­mum of 90 days. No per­so­nal data are stored in this pro­cess. As long as a coo­kie is va­lid, Goog­le and we, in our ca­pa­ci­ty of web­site ope­ra­tor, can see that you have cli­cked on an ad and ac­ces­sed a cer­tain tar­get page (e.g., or­der con­fir­ma­ti­on page, news­letter sub­scrip­ti­on). The­se coo­kies (see 1.8) can­not be tra­cked across se­ve­ral web­sites by other Ad­Words par­ti­ci­pan­ts. The coo­kie is used to crea­te con­ver­si­on sta­tis­tics in Goog­le Ad­Words. The­se sta­tis­tics do­cu­ment the num­ber of users that have cli­cked on one of our ads. In ad­di­ti­on, the num­ber of users ac­ces­sing a tar­get page mark­ed with a con­ver­si­on tag is coun­ted. Ho­we­ver, the sta­tis­tics do not con­tain any data that would make it pos­si­ble to iden­ti­fy you.
    You can pre­vent the sto­rage of coo­kies (see 1.8) on your com­pu­ter by cli­cking on the fol­lo­wing link which places an opt-out coo­kie pre­ven­ting the future coll­ec­tion of your data when you vi­sit this web­site: De­ac­ti­va­te Goog­le Ana­ly­tics. Plea­se note, ho­we­ver, that you may not be able to ful­ly use all func­tions of this web­site in this case. By using this web­site, you agree to the pro­ces­sing of the data coll­ec­ted on you by Goog­le in the man­ner de­scri­bed abo­ve and for the pur­po­se out­lined abo­ve. Fur­ther information on the way in which Goog­le Con­ver­si­on uses data and Google’s pri­va­cy po­li­cy are available at https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/93148?ctx=tltp and http://www.google.de/policies/privacy/, re­spec­tively.
  • 1.6 Goog­le Ad­Words User Lists and Goog­le Dy­na­mic Re­mar­ke­ting
    Goog­le Ad­Words User Lists and Goog­le Dy­na­mic Re­mar­ke­ting are pro­ducts of­fe­red by Goog­le Ire­land Ltd, Gor­don House, Bar­row Street, Dub­lin 4, Ire­land („Goog­le“). Our web­site uses a pi­xel made available by Goog­le that crea­tes a di­rect link to the Goog­le ser­vers. This is used to trans­fer the information that you have vi­si­ted our web­site to the Goog­le ser­ver. Goog­le links this information with a uni­que ID, which is stored on your ter­mi­nal de­vice as a coo­kie (see 1.8) or made available by your ter­mi­nal de­vice (“ad ID” on smart­phones). If you vi­sit other web­sites that also use Goog­le Ad­Words User Lists / Goog­le Dy­na­mic Re­mar­ke­ting, this information is also lin­ked to your uni­que ID. Ho­we­ver, we are not able to see which other web­sites you vi­sit. You can de­ac­ti­va­te the pi­xel and its ef­fect at any time: De­ac­ti­va­te Goog­le Ana­ly­tics
  • 1.7 Goog­le Maps
    The maps of the „Goog­le Maps“ ser­vice have been in­te­gra­ted into some sub­pages of this web­site. When you ac­cess sub­pages that have in­te­gra­ted maps made available by the Goog­le Maps ser­vice, the visitor’s IP ad­dress is used for the tech­ni­cal re­trie­val of the maps, i.e., Goog­le ser­vers can store and pro­cess your IP ad­dress and other data au­to­ma­ti­cal­ly trans­fer­red by your brow­ser (see abo­ve un­der point 1.1, pro­to­col file of the web ser­ver). The map ser­vice is ope­ra­ted by Goog­le Ire­land Ltd, Gor­don House, Bar­row Street, Dub­lin 4, Ire­land (“Goog­le”) and is ex­clu­si­ve­ly sub­ject to the Goog­le Pri­va­cy Po­li­cy.

    Plea­se note that this me­ans that per­so­nal data may be trans­fer­red to the United Sta­tes of Ame­ri­ca and other third count­ries that are con­side­red to be sub­ject to un­cer­tain­ties in terms of data pro­tec­tion un­der the GDPR. We have no in­fluence on the type and scope of data pro­ces­sing by Goog­le.
  • 1.8 Coo­kies
    Some of our web pa­ges use what is known as “coo­kies”. Our coo­kies neither da­ma­ge your com­pu­ter nor con­tain vi­ru­s­es. Coo­kies me­re­ly ser­ve the pur­po­se of ma­king our of­fe­rings more user-fri­end­ly, more ef­fec­ti­ve, and more se­cu­re. Coo­kies are small text files that are pla­ced on your com­pu­ter and sa­ved by your brow­ser. Most of the coo­kies we use are what are known as “ses­si­on coo­kies”. They are au­to­ma­ti­cal­ly de­le­ted at the end of your vi­sit to our web­site. Other coo­kies are stored on your ter­mi­nal de­vice un­til you de­le­te them. The­se coo­kies al­low us to re­co­gni­ze your brow­ser at your next vi­sit. You can sel­ect brow­ser set­tings that en­su­re that you are in­for­med when coo­kies are pla­ced and al­low coo­kies only on a case-by-case ba­sis, ex­clude the pla­ce­ment of coo­kies in cer­tain ca­ses or ge­ne­ral­ly, and ac­ti­va­te au­to­ma­tic de­le­ti­on of coo­kies when you clo­se your brow­ser. When coo­kies are de­ac­ti­va­ted, the func­tion­a­li­ty of this web­site may be li­mi­t­ed.
  • 1.9 Pur­po­se of data pro­ces­sing
    The pur­po­se of data pro­ces­sing is to pre­sent the group of com­pa­nies on the In­ter­net and the com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on with pro­s­pects, in­ves­tors, busi­ness part­ners, and re­pre­sen­ta­ti­ves of the press.
  • 1.10 Le­gal ba­sis
    The le­gal ba­sis of the pro­ces­sing is Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter b) of the GDPR (user con­tract for web­site). The le­gal ba­sis of the pro­ces­sing of press re­pre­sen­ta­ti­ves’ data is Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter b) of the GDPR (con­tract on in­clu­si­on in the press dis­tri­bu­ti­on list).
  • 1.11 Pro­to­col and com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on data
    Pro­to­col and com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on data is not trans­fer­red to third par­ties un­less spe­cial cir­cum­s­tances re­qui­re us to do so. When cri­mi­nal ac­ti­vi­ties are su­spec­ted or in­ves­ti­ga­ti­on pro­cee­dings are con­duc­ted, data may be pas­sed on to the po­li­ce and the pu­blic prosecutor’s of­fice. We use ser­vice pro­vi­ders com­mis­sio­ned to pro­cess data in the pro­vi­si­on of ser­vices, espe­ci­al­ly for the set­up, main­ten­an­ce, and ser­vicing of IT sys­tems.
  • 1.12 IP ad­dres­ses
    IP ad­dres­ses are an­ony­mi­zed at the la­test af­ter 24 hours. The con­tent of com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons is de­le­ted af­ter six ca­len­dar ye­ars.
  • 1.13 Dis­clo­sure
    The use of our web­site is not pos­si­ble wi­t­hout dis­clo­sure of per­so­nal data such as your IP ad­dress. Com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on via the web­site is not pos­si­ble wi­t­hout dis­clo­sure of data.
2. Vi­si­tors to our cor­po­ra­te head­quar­ters
  • 2.1
    The pur­po­se of data pro­ces­sing is to car­ry out the vi­sit to our cor­po­ra­te head­quar­ters while en­su­ring ac­cess con­trol. The pur­po­ses of vi­deo sur­veil­lan­ce are en­force­ment of our house ru­les, de­tec­tion and pro­se­cu­ti­on of cri­mi­nal ac­ti­vi­ties, and en­force­ment of claims un­der ci­vil law. No ch­an­ge in the­se pur­po­ses is plan­ned.
  • 2.2
    The le­gal ba­sis of the pro­ces­sing is Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter f) of the GDPR (le­gi­ti­ma­te in­te­rest, i.e., en­force­ment of house ru­les, de­tec­tion and pro­se­cu­ti­on of cri­mi­nal ac­ti­vi­ties, and en­force­ment of claims un­der ci­vil law).
  • 2.3
    Vi­si­tor data are not trans­fer­red to third par­ties un­less spe­cial cir­cum­s­tances must also be ta­ken into con­side­ra­ti­on. When cri­mi­nal ac­ti­vi­ties are su­spec­ted or in­ves­ti­ga­ti­on pro­cee­dings are con­duc­ted, data may be pas­sed on to the po­li­ce and the pu­blic prosecutor’s of­fice. We use ser­vice pro­vi­ders com­mis­sio­ned to pro­cess data in the pro­vi­si­on of ser­vices, espe­ci­al­ly for the set­up, main­ten­an­ce, and ser­vicing of IT sys­tems.
  • 2.4
    Vi­si­tor data are stored for a pe­ri­od of th­ree months. The lo­cal vi­deo sur­veil­lan­ce sys­tem does not pro­du­ce any re­cor­dings.
  • 2.5
    Data coll­ec­tion is re­qui­red for the en­force­ment of our house ru­les and vi­si­tor con­trol. Ac­cess to the buil­ding is not pos­si­ble wi­t­hout dis­clo­sure of data.
3. In­ves­tors and their em­ployees
  • 3.1
    We pro­cess your per­so­nal data for the pur­po­se of exe­cu­ting (ma­na­ging) the re­spec­ti­ve con­trac­tu­al re­la­ti­onship that exists or is in­itia­ted with you, in­clu­ding re­pli­es to in­qui­ries, per­for­mance and bil­ling of our ser­vices, and sett­le­ment of com­mis­si­on pay­ments to in­ter­me­dia­ries. In ad­di­ti­on, we pro­cess the per­so­nal data pro­vi­ded in the sub­scrip­ti­on agree­ment (and up­dated at a la­ter date, if ap­pli­ca­ble) for the pur­po­se of sa­tis­fy­ing and en­su­ring com­pli­ance with le­gal re­qui­re­ments. In ad­di­ti­on, the pro­ces­sing also ser­ves the pur­po­se of sub­mit­ting fur­ther of­fers. No ch­an­ge in the­se pur­po­ses is plan­ned.
  • 3.2
    The le­gal ba­sis of pro­ces­sing is Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter b) of the GDPR for agree­ments with na­tu­ral per­sons (con­tract or con­tract in­itia­ti­on), Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter f) of the GDPR for agree­ments with le­gal en­ti­ties (le­gi­ti­ma­te in­te­rest, i.e., com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on with agree­ment-re­le­vant cont­acts), and Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter c) of the GDPR in all ca­ses (le­gal ob­li­ga­ti­ons, espe­ci­al­ly re­qui­re­ments un­der tax and com­mer­cial law). For the coll­ec­tion and use of information for the sub­mis­si­on of future of­fers and the sett­le­ment of com­mis­si­ons due to in­ter­me­dia­ries, the le­gal ba­sis is Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter f) of the GDPR (le­gi­ti­ma­te in­te­rest, i.e., of­fer of le­gi­ti­ma­te ser­vices and sett­le­ment of com­mis­si­on claims). The le­gal ba­sis of the pro­ces­sing of your e‑mail ad­dress for the pur­po­se of sen­ding you mar­ke­ting ma­te­ri­al or pro­vi­ding information to your in­ter­me­dia­ries is your con­sent in ac­cordance with Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter a) of the GDPR in con­junc­tion with Ar­tic­le 7 of the GDPR. To the ext­ent to which funds make (po­ten­ti­al­ly also in­di­rect) investments in count­ries out­side the EU (“third count­ries”), the le­gal ba­sis of the trans­fer of data to the third coun­try is Ar­tic­le 49 (1) let­ter b) of the GDPR (ne­ces­sa­ry for the per­for­mance of a con­tract).
  • 3.3
    For the pur­po­se of ma­na­ging the in­vest­ment, data may be trans­fer­red to Wealth Ma­nage­ment Ca­pi­tal Hol­ding GmbH as well as its sub­si­dia­ries and sub-sub­si­dia­ries, tar­get funds and wi­th­hol­ding agents, dis­tri­bu­ti­on part­ners, the cus­to­di­an, la­wy­ers, tax con­sul­tants, and au­di­tors. In ad­di­ti­on, re­ci­pi­ents of the data may be banks for the pur­po­se of ope­ning and ma­na­ging coll­ec­ti­ve escrow ac­counts and spe­cial ac­counts and for the sett­le­ment of pay­ments. Pu­blic aut­ho­ri­ties and in­sti­tu­ti­ons may be re­ci­pi­ents wi­thin the frame­work of the per­for­mance of their tasks to the ext­ent to which we are ob­li­ged and aut­ho­ri­zed to trans­fer the data in ques­ti­on. In ad­di­ti­on, we use ser­vice pro­vi­ders com­mis­sio­ned to pro­cess data in the pro­vi­si­on of ser­vices, espe­ci­al­ly for the set­up, main­ten­an­ce, and ser­vicing of IT sys­tems, for the ful­fill­ment of du­ties un­der anti-mo­ney-laun­de­ring and sanc­tion law, and for the mai­ling of sub­scrip­ti­on do­cu­ments and in­ves­tor let­ters. To the ext­ent to which funds make (po­ten­ti­al­ly also in­di­rect) investments in third count­ries, in­ves­tor data (name, ad­dress, date of birth, place of birth, coun­try of birth, na­tio­na­li­ty, bank de­tails in­clu­ding bank mas­ter data, tax iden­ti­fi­ca­ti­on num­ber in­clu­ding information on the tax re­si­dence, and information on the sub­scri­bed in­vest­ment and pay­ment tran­sac­tions) are trans­fer­red to the tar­get funds and wi­th­hol­ding agents for the pur­po­se of ma­na­ging the in­vest­ment. In ad­di­ti­on, in­ves­tor data are trans­fer­red to the tax con­sul­ting com­pa­nies ser­ving us in the re­spec­ti­ve third coun­try for the pur­po­se of tax ad­vice and the pre­pa­ra­ti­on of ne­ces­sa­ry tax do­cu­ments. In prin­ci­ple, no ade­qua­te le­vel of pro­tec­tion wi­thin the mea­ning of the GDPR exists in third count­ries. No ade­quacy re­so­lu­ti­on has been ad­opted by the Eu­ro­pean Com­mis­si­on, and the re­spec­ti­ve third-coun­try re­ci­pi­ents do not of­fer sui­ta­ble and ade­qua­te gua­ran­tees for the pro­tec­tion of per­so­nal rights, fun­da­men­tal rights, and fun­da­men­tal free­doms as laid down in the EU Char­ter of Fun­da­men­tal Rights eit­her.
  • 3.4
    Le­gal and re­gu­la­to­ry re­qui­re­ments ob­li­ge us to com­bat mo­ney laun­de­ring, ter­ro­rism fi­nan­cing, and as­set-end­an­ge­ring cri­mes. This ob­li­ga­ti­on also in­cludes the ana­ly­sis of data with a view to eva­lua­ting cer­tain per­so­nal aspects (pro­fil­ing). The­se me­a­su­res also ser­ve to pro­tect you.
  • 3.5
    We do not pro­cess and store your per­so­nal data any lon­ger than ne­ces­sa­ry for the re­spec­ti­ve pro­ces­sing pur­po­ses. If the data are no lon­ger re­qui­red for the per­for­mance of con­trac­tu­al and sta­tu­to­ry ob­li­ga­ti­ons, they are re­gu­lar­ly de­le­ted, un­less their fur­ther pro­ces­sing (for a li­mi­t­ed time) is ne­ces­sa­ry for the fol­lo­wing pur­po­ses:
    • Com­pli­ance with re­cords re­ten­ti­on pe­ri­ods un­der com­mer­cial and tax law pur­su­ant to the Ger­man Com­mer­cial Code (Han­dels­ge­setz­buch; HGB) and the Ger­man Tax Code (Ab­ga­ben­ord­nung; AO) as well as re­cords re­ten­ti­on pe­ri­ods pur­su­ant to the Ger­man Anti-Mo­ney Laun­de­ring Act (Geldwäsche­gesetz; GwG). The re­ten­ti­on or do­cu­men­ta­ti­on pe­ri­ods pre­scri­bed the­r­ein may be up to 10 ye­ars.
    • Pre­ser­va­ti­on of evi­dence wi­thin the scope of sta­tu­tes of li­mi­ta­ti­on. Un­der the Ger­man Ci­vil Code (Bür­ger­li­ches Ge­setz­buch; BGB), the­se li­mi­ta­ti­on pe­ri­ods may be up to 30 ye­ars, with the re­gu­lar li­mi­ta­ti­on pe­ri­od be­ing th­ree ye­ars.
  • 3.6
    Dis­clo­sure of data is man­da­to­ry for in­ves­tors both due to sta­tu­to­ry re­gu­la­ti­ons (Ger­man Anti-Mo­ney Laun­de­ring Act) and for the con­clu­si­on of the trust agree­ment. Fund investments and their ma­nage­ment are not pos­si­ble wi­t­hout the dis­clo­sure of data on the part of the in­ves­tor.
  • 3.7
    When you sub­scri­be to investments via dis­tri­bu­ti­on part­ners or in­ter­me­dia­ries or ac­qui­re investments from third par­ties, we re­cei­ve the information you dis­c­lo­se in your sub­scrip­ti­on form or other­wi­se to the dis­tri­bu­ti­on part­ner, in­ter­me­dia­ry, or third par­ty.
4. Ap­pli­cants for em­ploy­ment
  • 4.1
    The pur­po­se of data pro­ces­sing is to sel­ect ap­pli­cants for an em­ploy­ment re­la­ti­onship. No ch­an­ge in this pur­po­se is plan­ned.
  • 4.2
    The le­gal ba­sis is Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter b) of the GDPR (em­ploy­ment con­tract) and Ar­tic­le 88 of the GDPR. The le­gal ba­sis of the iden­ti­ty and re­lia­bi­li­ty checks are sta­tu­to­ry re­qui­re­ments, in­clu­ding tho­se laid down in Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter c) in con­junc­tion with Sec­tion 6 (2) No. 5 of the Ger­man Anti-Mo­ney Laun­de­ring Act (Geldwäsche­gesetz; GwG).
  • 4.3
    Ap­pli­cant data are trans­fer­red in­tern­al­ly to the com­pe­tent and de­cis­i­on-ma­king em­ployees. Wi­thin the scope of back­ground checks for the pur­po­se of iden­ti­ty and re­lia­bi­li­ty checks, we trans­fer your e‑mail ad­dress to Hi­re­Right EMEA, 70 Wap­ping Lane, Lon­don, E1W 2RD, United King­dom. In ad­di­ti­on, we use ser­vice pro­vi­ders com­mis­sio­ned to pro­cess data in the pro­vi­si­on of ser­vices, espe­ci­al­ly for the set­up, main­ten­an­ce, and ser­vicing of IT sys­tems.
  • 4.4
    The data are de­le­ted six months af­ter com­ple­ti­on of the re­cruit­ment pro­cess. If an ap­pli­cant is also in­te­res­ted in other jobs, the data will be stored for up to twel­ve months.
  • 4.5
    Dis­clo­sure of per­so­nal data is re­qui­red for che­cking the ap­pli­ca­ti­on and (if ap­pli­ca­ble) the sub­se­quent con­clu­si­on of an em­ploy­ment con­tract. Wi­t­hout dis­clo­sure of per­so­nal data, ap­pli­ca­ti­ons can­not be con­side­red.
5. Ser­vice pro­vi­ders, busi­ness part­ners, and their em­ployees
  • 5.1
    The pur­po­ses of pro­ces­sing are the pre­pa­ra­ti­on, in­itia­ti­on, exe­cu­ti­on, and ter­mi­na­ti­on of the re­spec­ti­ve ser­vice or busi­ness re­la­ti­onship and com­pli­ance with sta­tu­to­ry ob­li­ga­ti­ons. An ad­di­tio­nal pur­po­se of pro­ces­sing is the pro­vi­si­on of information on up­co­ming events, on the com­pa­ny, on mar­ket trends, and on fur­ther pro­ducts and of­fers from the area of fi­nan­cial and ca­pi­tal investments and from the real estate sec­tor. No ch­an­ge in the­se pur­po­ses is plan­ned.
  • 5.2
    The le­gal ba­sis of the pro­ces­sing is Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter b) of the GDPR for agree­ments with na­tu­ral per­sons (con­tract or con­tract in­itia­ti­on), Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter f) of the GDPR for agree­ments with le­gal en­ti­ties (le­gi­ti­ma­te in­te­rest, i.e., com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on with agree­ment-re­le­vant cont­acts), and Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter c) of the GDPR in all ca­ses (le­gal ob­li­ga­ti­ons, espe­ci­al­ly re­qui­re­ments un­der tax and com­mer­cial law). The le­gal ba­sis of the pro­ces­sing of your data for the pro­vi­si­on of information on up­co­ming events, on the com­pa­ny, on mar­ket trends, and on fur­ther pro­ducts and of­fers from the area of fi­nan­cial and ca­pi­tal investments and from the real estate sec­tor is Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter f) of the GDPR (le­gi­ti­ma­te in­te­rest, i.e., com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on with con­trac­tu­al and busi­ness part­ners) if you are a con­trac­tu­al or busi­ness part­ner or our cont­act at a con­trac­tu­al or busi­ness part­ner and other­wi­se your con­sent pur­su­ant to Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter a) of the GDPR.
  • 5.3
    Cont­act and con­trac­tu­al data may be trans­fer­red to other ser­vice pro­vi­ders, busi­ness part­ners as well as pu­blic in­sti­tu­ti­ons and aut­ho­ri­ties in­so­far as this is ne­ces­sa­ry for the exe­cu­ti­on of the con­tract or or­der. In ad­di­ti­on, we use ser­vice pro­vi­ders com­mis­sio­ned to pro­cess data in the pro­vi­si­on of ser­vices, espe­ci­al­ly for the set­up, main­ten­an­ce, and ser­vicing of IT sys­tems and for the ful­fill­ment of du­ties un­der anti-mo­ney-laun­de­ring and sanc­tion law.
  • 5.4
    Le­gal and re­gu­la­to­ry re­qui­re­ments ob­li­ge us to com­bat mo­ney laun­de­ring, ter­ro­rism fi­nan­cing, and as­set-end­an­ge­ring cri­mes. This ob­li­ga­ti­on also in­cludes the ana­ly­sis of data with a view to eva­lua­ting cer­tain per­so­nal aspects (pro­fil­ing). The­se me­a­su­res also ser­ve to pro­tect you.
  • 5.5
    We do not pro­cess data of con­trac­tu­al part­ners and ser­vice pro­vi­ders any lon­ger than ne­ces­sa­ry for the re­spec­ti­ve pro­ces­sing pur­po­ses. If the data are no lon­ger re­qui­red for the per­for­mance of con­trac­tu­al and sta­tu­to­ry ob­li­ga­ti­ons, they are re­gu­lar­ly de­le­ted, un­less their fur­ther pro­ces­sing (for a li­mi­t­ed time) is ne­ces­sa­ry for the fol­lo­wing pur­po­ses:
    • Com­pli­ance with re­cords re­ten­ti­on pe­ri­ods un­der com­mer­cial and tax law pur­su­ant to the Ger­man Com­mer­cial Code (Han­dels­ge­setz­buch; HGB) and the Ger­man Tax Code (Ab­ga­ben­ord­nung; AO) as well as re­cords re­ten­ti­on pe­ri­ods pur­su­ant to the Ger­man Anti-Mo­ney Laun­de­ring Act (Geldwäsche­gesetz; GwG). The re­ten­ti­on or do­cu­men­ta­ti­on pe­ri­ods pre­scri­bed the­r­ein may be up to 10 ye­ars.
    • Pre­ser­va­ti­on of evi­dence wi­thin the scope of sta­tu­tes of li­mi­ta­ti­on. Un­der the Ger­man Ci­vil Code (Bür­ger­li­ches Ge­setz­buch; BGB), the­se li­mi­ta­ti­on pe­ri­ods may be up to 30 ye­ars, with the re­gu­lar li­mi­ta­ti­on pe­ri­od be­ing th­ree ye­ars.
  • 5.6
    The pro­ces­sing of the cont­act data of ser­vice pro­vi­ders and busi­ness part­ners is re­qui­red to exe­cu­te the agree­ment. Fail­ure to dis­c­lo­se the­se data may lead to sub­stan­ti­al dis­rup­ti­ons in com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons.
6. Exis­ting and pro­s­pec­ti­ve ten­ants for ren­tal pro­per­ties
  • 6.1
    The pur­po­ses of pro­ces­sing are pre­pa­ra­ti­on, in­itia­ti­on, exe­cu­ti­on, and ter­mi­na­ti­on of the re­spec­ti­ve ten­an­cy, pro­vi­si­on of data for a due di­li­gence check wi­thin the con­text of a po­ten­ti­al sale of the ren­tal pro­per­ty and com­pli­ance with sta­tu­to­ry ob­li­ga­ti­ons. No ch­an­ge in the­se pur­po­ses is plan­ned.
  • 6.2
    The le­gal ba­sis of the pro­ces­sing is Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter b) of the GDPR for agree­ments with na­tu­ral per­sons (con­tract or con­tract in­itia­ti­on), Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter f) of the GDPR for agree­ments with le­gal en­ti­ties (le­gi­ti­ma­te in­te­rest, i.e., com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on with agree­ment-re­le­vant cont­acts), and Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter c) of the GDPR in all ca­ses (le­gal ob­li­ga­ti­ons, espe­ci­al­ly re­qui­re­ments un­der tax and com­mer­cial law).
  • 6.3
    Cont­act and ten­an­cy agree­ment data may be trans­fer­red to other ser­vice pro­vi­ders, busi­ness part­ners, pu­blic in­sti­tu­ti­ons and aut­ho­ri­ties as well as to pro­s­pec­ti­ve buy­ers of the ren­tal pro­per­ty for the per­for­mance of due di­li­gence checks to the ext­ent to which this is re­qui­red for ta­king over the ten­an­cy agree­ment. In ad­di­ti­on, we use ser­vice pro­vi­ders com­mis­sio­ned to pro­cess data in the pro­vi­si­on of ser­vices, espe­ci­al­ly for the set­up, main­ten­an­ce, and ser­vicing of IT sys­tems, for the ful­fill­ment of du­ties un­der anti-mo­ney-laun­de­ring and sanc­tion law, and wi­thin the frame­work of the do­cu­men­ta­ti­on and ac­coun­ting of ope­ra­ting and an­cil­la­ry cos­ts.
  • 6.4
    Le­gal and re­gu­la­to­ry re­qui­re­ments ob­li­ge us to com­bat mo­ney laun­de­ring, ter­ro­rism fi­nan­cing, and as­set-end­an­ge­ring cri­mes. This ob­li­ga­ti­on also in­cludes the ana­ly­sis of data with a view to eva­lua­ting cer­tain per­so­nal aspects (pro­fil­ing). The­se me­a­su­res also ser­ve to pro­tect you.
  • 6.5
    We do not pro­cess and store ten­ant data any lon­ger than ne­ces­sa­ry for the re­spec­ti­ve pro­ces­sing pur­po­ses. If the data are no lon­ger re­qui­red for the per­for­mance of con­trac­tu­al and sta­tu­to­ry ob­li­ga­ti­ons, they are re­gu­lar­ly de­le­ted, un­less their fur­ther pro­ces­sing (for a li­mi­t­ed time) is ne­ces­sa­ry for the fol­lo­wing pur­po­ses:
    • Com­pli­ance with re­cords re­ten­ti­on pe­ri­ods un­der com­mer­cial and tax law pur­su­ant to the Ger­man Com­mer­cial Code (Han­dels­ge­setz­buch; HGB) and the Ger­man Tax Code (Ab­ga­ben­ord­nung; AO) as well as re­cords re­ten­ti­on pe­ri­ods pur­su­ant to the Ger­man Anti-Mo­ney Laun­de­ring Act (Geldwäsche­gesetz; GwG). The re­ten­ti­on or do­cu­men­ta­ti­on pe­ri­ods pre­scri­bed the­r­ein may be up to 10 ye­ars.
    • Pre­ser­va­ti­on of evi­dence wi­thin the scope of sta­tu­tes of li­mi­ta­ti­on. Un­der the Ger­man Ci­vil Code (Bür­ger­li­ches Ge­setz­buch; BGB), the­se li­mi­ta­ti­on pe­ri­ods may be up to 30 ye­ars, with the re­gu­lar li­mi­ta­ti­on pe­ri­od be­ing th­ree ye­ars.
      Data of pro­s­pec­ti­ve ten­ants with whom no ten­an­cy agree­ment is con­cluded are de­le­ted af­ter th­ree months.
  • 6.6
    The pro­ces­sing of the cont­act data of ser­vice pro­vi­ders and busi­ness part­ners is re­qui­red to exe­cu­te the con­tract. Fail­ure to dis­c­lo­se the­se data may lead to sub­stan­ti­al dis­rup­ti­ons in com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons.
7. Pre­re­gis­tra­ti­on for sub­scrip­ti­on of spe­ci­fi­cal­ly de­si­gna­ted in­vest­ment op­ti­ons
  • 7.1
    We pro­cess your data for the pur­po­se of pre­re­gis­tra­ti­on for the sub­scrip­ti­on of spe­ci­fi­cal­ly de­si­gna­ted in­vest­ment op­ti­ons.
  • 7.2
    In the pre­re­gis­tra­ti­on for sub­scrip­ti­on, the le­gal ba­sis of the pro­ces­sing is Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter a) of the GDPR in con­junc­tion with Ar­tic­le 7 of the GDPR for pre­re­gis­tra­ti­on of na­tu­ral per­sons and Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter f) of the GDPR for pre­re­gis­tra­ti­on of le­gal en­ti­ties (le­gi­ti­ma­te in­te­rest, i.e., com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on with agree­ment-re­le­vant cont­acts).
  • 7.3
    The sub­scrip­ti­on pre­re­gis­tra­ti­on form you send back to us is for­ward­ed to the re­la­ti­onship manager/ dis­tri­bu­ti­on part­ner lis­ted the­r­ein. In ad­di­ti­on, we use ser­vice pro­vi­ders com­mis­sio­ned to pro­cess data in the pro­vi­si­on of ser­vices, espe­ci­al­ly for the set­up, main­ten­an­ce, and ser­vicing of IT sys­tems, for the ful­fill­ment of du­ties un­der anti-mo­ney-laun­de­ring and sanc­tion law, and for the mai­ling of let­ters to pre­re­gis­tered in­di­vi­du­als and in­ves­tors.
  • 7.4
    All data that are re­le­vant for sub­scrip­ti­on pre­re­gis­tra­ti­on are stored by us for a pe­ri­od of one ca­len­dar year.
  • 7.5
    The dis­clo­sure of data is man­da­to­ry for the pre­re­gis­tra­ti­on of a sub­scrip­ti­on. Wi­t­hout the dis­clo­sure of data, sub­scrip­ti­on pre­re­gis­tra­ti­on is not pos­si­ble.
  • 7.6
    We do not use pro­ce­du­res for au­to­ma­ted in­di­vi­du­al de­cis­i­on-ma­king.
  • 7.7
    You have the right to re­quest ac­cess to all your per­so­nal data we pro­cess at any time.
  • 7.8
    Should your per­so­nal data be in­cor­rect or in­com­ple­te, you have the right to re­quest data rec­ti­fi­ca­ti­on and com­ple­ti­on.
  • 7.9
    You may re­quest era­su­re of your per­so­nal data at any time, un­less we are le­gal­ly ob­li­ged or aut­ho­ri­zed to con­ti­nue pro­ces­sing your data.
  • 7.10
    When the sta­tu­to­ry pre­re­qui­si­tes are ful­fil­led, you may re­quest a rest­ric­tion of the pro­ces­sing of your per­so­nal data.
  • 7.11
    You have the right to ob­ject against the pro­ces­sing in­so­far as the data pro­ces­sing ser­ves the pur­po­se of di­rect mar­ke­ting. When the pro­ces­sing is ba­sed on a ba­lan­cing of in­te­rests, you may ob­ject against the pro­ces­sing ci­ting grounds re­la­ting to your par­ti­cu­lar si­tua­ti­on.
  • 7.12
    When data pro­ces­sing is ba­sed on your con­sent or done wi­thin the frame­work of an agree­ment, you have the right to re­quest trans­fer of the data you sub­mit­ted un­less such trans­fer in­f­rin­ges upon the rights and free­doms of other per­sons.
  • 7.13
    When we pro­cess data on the ba­sis of a de­cla­ra­ti­on of con­sent, you have the right to wi­th­draw your con­sent at any time with pro­s­pec­ti­ve ef­fect. Any pro­ces­sing car­ri­ed out be­fo­re such wi­th­dra­wal of con­sent shall not be af­fec­ted by the wi­th­dra­wal.
  • 7.14
    In ad­di­ti­on, you have the right to lodge a com­plaint with a su­per­vi­so­ry aut­ho­ri­ty for data pro­tec­tion at any time if you are of the opi­ni­on that your data has been pro­ces­sed in vio­la­ti­on of the ap­pli­ca­ble law.
8. For­war­ding of data to in­vest­ment ser­vices enterprises/ fi­nan­cial in­vest­ment bro­kers for on­line cus­to­mer events
  • 8.1
    We pro­cess your data in con­nec­tion with on­line cus­to­mer events for the pur­po­se of for­war­ding to the in­vest­ment ser­vices enterprise/ fi­nan­cial in­vest­ment bro­ker lis­ted in the de­cla­ra­ti­on of con­sent for the pur­po­se of pro­vi­ding coun­sel­ling on the in­vest­ment op­ti­on ad­ver­ti­sed.
  • 8.2
    For na­tu­ral per­sons, the le­gal ba­sis of pro­ces­sing data for for­war­ding to the in­vest­ment ser­vices enterprise/ fi­nan­cial in­vest­ment bro­ker lis­ted in the de­cla­ra­ti­on of con­sent for the pur­po­se of pro­vi­ding coun­sel­ling on the in­vest­ment op­ti­on ad­ver­ti­sed is their con­sent pur­su­ant to Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter a) of the GDPR in con­junc­tion with Ar­tic­le 7 of the GDPR. For le­gal en­ti­ties, the le­gal ba­sis is Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter f) of the GDPR (le­gi­ti­ma­te in­te­rest, i.e., com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on with agree­ment-re­le­vant cont­acts).
  • 8.3
    The information you pro­vi­de will be for­ward­ed to the in­vest­ment ser­vices enterprise/ fi­nan­cial in­vest­ment bro­ker lis­ted in the de­cla­ra­ti­on of con­sent. In ad­di­ti­on, we use ser­vice pro­vi­ders com­mis­sio­ned to pro­cess data in the pro­vi­si­on of ser­vices, espe­ci­al­ly for the set­up, main­ten­an­ce, and ser­vicing of IT sys­tems, for the ful­fill­ment of du­ties un­der anti-mo­ney-laun­de­ring and sanc­tion law, and for the mai­ling of let­ters to in­di­vi­du­als and in­ves­tors in­te­res­ted in re­cei­ving coun­sel­ling on the in­vest­ment op­ti­on ad­ver­ti­sed.
  • 8.4
    We will store the data pro­ces­sed for for­war­ding to the in­vest­ment ser­vices enterprise/ fi­nan­cial in­vest­ment bro­ker lis­ted in the de­cla­ra­ti­on of con­sent for the pur­po­se of pro­vi­ding coun­sel­ling on the in­vest­ment op­ti­on ad­ver­ti­sed for a pe­ri­od of one ca­len­dar year.
  • 8.5
    Dis­clo­sure of data for for­war­ding to the in­vest­ment ser­vices enterprise/ fi­nan­cial in­vest­ment bro­ker lis­ted in the de­cla­ra­ti­on of con­sent for the pur­po­se of pro­vi­ding coun­sel­ling on the in­vest­ment op­ti­on ad­ver­ti­sed is man­da­to­ry. Wi­t­hout the dis­clo­sure of data, no for­war­ding to the in­vest­ment ser­vices enterprise/ fi­nan­cial in­vest­ment bro­ker lis­ted in the de­cla­ra­ti­on of con­sent for the pur­po­se of pro­vi­ding coun­sel­ling on the in­vest­ment op­ti­on ad­ver­ti­sed is pos­si­ble.
9. In­vi­tees and at­ten­de­es of events
  • 9.1
    We pro­cess your data for the pur­po­se of in­vi­ting you to and car­ry­ing out events and for the do­cu­men­ta­ti­on of events in vi­deo and au­dio re­cor­dings and the use of the re­cor­dings made for the pur­po­se of press and pu­blic re­la­ti­ons ac­ti­vi­ties. No ch­an­ge in the­se pur­po­ses is plan­ned.
  • 9.2
    The le­gal ba­sis of the pro­ces­sing of data for in­vi­ta­ti­ons is Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter f) of the GDPR (le­gi­ti­ma­te in­te­rest, i.e., com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on with con­trac­tu­al and busi­ness part­ners) if you are a con­trac­tu­al or busi­ness part­ner or our cont­act at one of our con­trac­tu­al or busi­ness part­ners; other­wi­se the le­gal ba­sis is your con­sent (Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter a) of the GDPR). If you have re­gis­tered for an event, the le­gal ba­sis is Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter b) of the GDPR (con­tract for sta­ging the event) and Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter c) of the GDPR (le­gal ob­li­ga­ti­ons, espe­ci­al­ly re­qui­re­ments un­der tax and com­mer­cial law). The le­gal ba­sis of vi­deo and au­dio re­cor­dings is Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter f) of the GDPR (le­gi­ti­ma­te in­te­rest in the do­cu­men­ta­ti­on of events staged by us and our le­gi­ti­ma­te in­te­rest in the pre­sen­ta­ti­on of our com­pa­ny th­rough press and pu­blic re­la­ti­ons ac­ti­vi­ties). If we trans­fer images of you in which you are di­stinct­ly re­co­gnizable for the pur­po­se of press and pu­blic re­la­ti­ons ac­ti­vi­ties, pu­blish such images, or use them for the pre­pa­ra­ti­on of bro­chu­res and mar­ke­ting ma­te­ri­als, we will ask you for your pri­or con­sent. In this case, the le­gal ba­sis is your con­sent pur­su­ant to Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter a) of the GDPR.
  • 9.3
    The vi­deo and au­dio re­cor­dings made may be trans­fer­red to jour­na­lists, me­dia com­pa­nies, and press and pho­to agen­ci­es as well as plat­forms, also ab­road, and pu­blished by us for the pur­po­se of press and pu­blic re­la­ti­ons ac­ti­vi­ties. Cont­act and con­trac­tu­al data may be trans­fer­red by us to other ser­vice pro­vi­ders, busi­ness part­ners, and pu­blic in­sti­tu­ti­ons and aut­ho­ri­ties in­so­far as this is ne­ces­sa­ry for sta­ging the event. In ad­di­ti­on, we use ser­vice pro­vi­ders com­mis­sio­ned to pro­cess data in the pro­vi­si­on of ser­vices, espe­ci­al­ly for the set­up, main­ten­an­ce, and ser­vicing of IT sys­tems.
  • 9.4
    All con­tract and boo­king-re­le­vant data will be stored in ac­cordance with the re­cords re­ten­ti­on ob­li­ga­ti­ons un­der tax and com­mer­cial law. In par­ti­cu­lar, men­ti­on must be made of the Ger­man Com­mer­cial Code (Han­dels­ge­setz­buch; HGB) and the Ger­man Tax Code (Ab­ga­ben­ord­nung; AO). The re­ten­ti­on or do­cu­men­ta­ti­on pe­ri­ods pre­scri­bed the­r­ein may be up to 10 ye­ars. Ar­chi­ved vi­deo and au­dio re­cor­dings of the event and pu­bli­ca­ti­ons are usual­ly not de­le­ted.
  • 9.5
    Dis­clo­sure of data is a con­trac­tu­al re­qui­re­ment for the re­ceipt of in­vi­ta­ti­ons and the at­ten­dance of events. Wi­t­hout data dis­clo­sure, in­vi­ta­ti­ons can­not be sent and at­ten­dance of events is not pos­si­ble. Gran­ting per­mis­si­on of vi­deo and au­dio re­cor­dings is not man­da­to­ry for the at­ten­dance of events. If you do not wish any vi­deo and au­dio re­cor­dings, plea­se in­form our em­ployees at the event ve­nue ac­cor­din­gly.
10. Ge­ne­ral information and rights of data sub­jects
  • 10.1
    We do not use pro­ce­du­res for au­to­ma­ted in­di­vi­du­al de­cis­i­on-ma­king.
  • 10.2
    You have the right to re­quest ac­cess to all your per­so­nal data we pro­cess at any time.
  • 10.3
    Should your per­so­nal data be in­cor­rect or in­com­ple­te, you have the right to re­quest data rec­ti­fi­ca­ti­on and com­ple­ti­on.
  • 10.4
    You may re­quest era­su­re of your per­so­nal data at any time, un­less we are le­gal­ly ob­li­ged or aut­ho­ri­zed to con­ti­nue pro­ces­sing your data.
  • 10.5
    When the le­gal pre­re­qui­si­tes are ful­fil­led, you may re­quest a rest­ric­tion of the pro­ces­sing of your per­so­nal data.
  • 10.6
    You have the right to ob­ject against the pro­ces­sing in­so­far as the data pro­ces­sing ser­ves the pur­po­se of di­rect mar­ke­ting or pro­fil­ing to the ext­ent to which it is re­la­ted to such di­rect mar­ke­ting. When the pro­ces­sing is ba­sed on a ba­lan­cing of in­te­rests, you may ob­ject against the pro­ces­sing ci­ting grounds re­la­ting to your par­ti­cu­lar si­tua­ti­on.
  • 10.7
    When data pro­ces­sing is ba­sed on your con­sent or done wi­thin the frame­work of an agree­ment, you have the right to re­quest trans­fer of the data you sub­mit­ted un­less such trans­fer in­f­rin­ges upon the rights and free­doms of other per­sons.
  • 10.8
    When we pro­cess data on the ba­sis of a de­cla­ra­ti­on of con­sent, you have the right to wi­th­draw your con­sent at any time with pro­s­pec­ti­ve ef­fect. Any pro­ces­sing car­ri­ed out be­fo­re such wi­th­dra­wal of con­sent shall not be af­fec­ted by the wi­th­dra­wal.
  • 10.9
    In ad­di­ti­on, you have the right to lodge a com­plaint with a su­per­vi­so­ry aut­ho­ri­ty for data pro­tec­tion at any time if you are of the opi­ni­on that your data has been pro­ces­sed in vio­la­ti­on of the ap­pli­ca­ble law.
11. Vi­deo con­fe­ren­cing soft­ware
  • 11.1
    In com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons via Mi­cro­soft Teams, e.g. with ap­pli­ca­ti­ons, in­ves­tors, or busi­ness part­ners, we pro­cess the fol­lo­wing per­so­nal data:
    • Your per­so­nal de­tails: e.g. first name, last name, pho­ne num­ber, e‑mail ad­dress
    • Mee­ting meta data: e.g. to­pic, de­scrip­ti­on, par­ti­ci­pan­ts’ IP ad­dres­ses, device/ hard­ware information
    • For dial-in by pho­ne: e.g. information on the in­co­ming and out­go­ing pho­ne num­ber, coun­try name, start and end time; if ne­ces­sa­ry, ad­di­tio­nal con­nec­tion data may be stored, e.g. the IP ad­dress of the de­vice
    • Text, au­dio, and vi­deo data: You may have the op­ti­on to use the chat func­tion du­ring an on­line mee­ting. If you do, the text you en­ter will be pro­ces­sed to dis­play it in the on­line mee­ting and also re­cord it, if de­si­red. To enable vi­deo dis­play and sound play­ing, the data of the mi­cro­pho­ne and/ or the vi­deo ca­me­ra of your ter­mi­nal de­vice will be pro­ces­sed for the du­ra­ti­on of the on­line mee­ting. You can de­ac­ti­va­te your ca­me­ra and/ or mute your mi­cro­pho­ne yours­elf at any time.
  • 11.2
    The per­so­nal data is pro­ces­sed in ac­cordance with Ar­tic­le 6 (1) sen­tence 1 let­ter b) of the GDPR (con­tract per­for­mance, con­tract in­itia­ti­on) for the pur­po­se of com­mu­ni­ca­ting with per­sons in­te­res­ted in a pro­duct of Wealth­cap Kapital­verwaltungs­gesellschaft mbH. The­se per­sons may be both exis­ting in­ves­tors and in­di­vi­du­als who are not yet in­ves­tors. Log and meta data are pro­ces­sed so­le­ly for the pur­po­se of er­ror ana­ly­sis. The le­gal ba­sis of this pro­ces­sing is Ar­tic­le 6 (1) sen­tence 1 let­ter f) of the GDPR (le­gi­ti­ma­te in­te­rest). We do not use pro­ce­du­res for au­to­ma­ted in­di­vi­du­al de­cis­i­on-ma­king.
  • 11.3
    You do not need to re­gis­ter spe­ci­fi­cal­ly in or­der to be able to com­mu­ni­ca­te with us du­ring a Mi­cro­soft Teams vi­deo mee­ting. You will re­cei­ve an ac­cess link to the vi­deo con­fe­rence from your dis­cus­sion part­ner by e‑mail. You can de­ci­de for yours­elf whe­ther or not you wish to dis­c­lo­se your full name while using Mi­cro­soft Teams. Si­mi­lar­ly, you are free to de­ci­de whe­ther you wish to turn your ca­me­ra and your mi­cro­pho­ne on or off. We make no vi­deo or au­dio re­cor­dings. The con­tent of the dis­cus­sion (the spo­ken word) is not re­cor­ded eit­her, ir­re­spec­ti­ve of whe­ther you join the vi­deo con­fe­rence by pho­ne, the Mi­cro­soft Teams app, or your brow­ser.
  • 11.4
    Mi­cro­soft Teams is part of Mi­cro­soft 365 and, as such, a soft­ware of Mi­cro­soft Ire­land Ope­ra­ti­ons Li­mi­t­ed with re­gis­tered of­fice in Dub­lin, Ire­land. Your per­so­nal data will be pro­ces­sed on ser­vers ope­ra­ted by Mi­cro­soft in com­pu­ter cen­ters in the Eu­ro­pean Uni­on in Ire­land and the Ne­t­her­lands. For this pur­po­se, we have con­cluded a con­tract com­mis­sio­ning Mi­cro­soft to pro­cess data pur­su­ant to Ar­tic­le 28 of the GDPR. Ac­cor­din­gly, ex­ten­si­ve tech­ni­cal and or­ga­niza­tio­nal me­a­su­res have been agreed with Mi­cro­soft, which cor­re­spond to the curr­ent­ly ap­pli­ca­ble sta­te of the art of IT se­cu­ri­ty, e.g. with re­spect to ac­cess aut­ho­riza­ti­on and en­cryp­ti­on ap­proa­ches. Nevert­hel­ess, we can­not rule out that data is rou­ted via In­ter­net ser­vers lo­ca­ted out­side the EU. In par­ti­cu­lar, this may be the case when mee­ting par­ti­ci­pan­ts dial in from a third coun­try. Ho­we­ver, the data is en­crypt­ed du­ring the trans­port via the In­ter­net and thus pro­tec­ted to the best pos­si­ble ext­ent against un­aut­ho­ri­zed ac­cess by third par­ties. Fur­ther­mo­re, it can­not be ru­led out that some of the per­so­nal data from Mi­cro­soft Teams are also pro­ces­sed in the United Sta­tes of Ame­ri­ca. In in­di­vi­du­al ca­ses, le­gal re­gu­la­ti­ons in the US — no­ta­b­ly the CLOUD Act (Cla­ri­fy­ing Lawful Over­se­as Use of Data Act) and the Pa­tri­ot Act — may put Mi­cro­soft un­der the ob­li­ga­ti­on to ac­cess per­so­nal data stored on Eu­ro­pean ser­vers and dis­c­lo­se such data to aut­ho­ri­ties in the United Sta­tes of Ame­ri­ca. For this re­ason, Wealth­cap has con­cluded a data pro­tec­tion agree­ment made available by the Eu­ro­pean Uni­on for the pro­ces­sing of per­so­nal data in third count­ries (known as “stan­dard data pro­tec­tion clau­se”) with Mi­cro­soft. This agree­ment pro­vi­des for sui­ta­ble gua­ran­tees for the pro­tec­tion of your data. Fur­ther­mo­re, Mi­cro­soft re­ser­ves the right to pro­cess cus­to­mer data for its own pur­po­ses. Wealth­cap can­not in­fluence this pro­ces­sing of per­so­nal data by Mi­cro­soft. In the­se ca­ses, Mi­cro­soft does not act as pro­ces­sor on be­half of Wealth­cap, but as an in­de­pen­dent con­trol­ler wi­thin the mea­ning of Ar­tic­le 4 No. 7 of the GDPR and, as such, is so­le­ly re­spon­si­ble for com­ply­ing with all ap­pli­ca­ble data pro­tec­tion re­gu­la­ti­ons. For more information on the pro­ces­sing of your per­so­nal data by Mi­cro­soft for its own pur­po­ses, plea­se see the fol­lo­wing link: https://docs.microsoft.com/de-de/microsoftteams/teams-privacy.
  • 11.5
    The per­so­nal data in Mi­cro­soft Teams is stored for 90 days.
12. So­cial me­dia
  • 12.1
    Ac­cor­ding to the information known at this point of time, it may be im­pos­si­ble to era­se per­so­nal data on so­cial me­dia — such data is me­re­ly not dis­play­ed pu­blicly any­mo­re. No suf­fi­ci­ent information on the in­ter­nal use of pho­tos and data by the re­spec­ti­ve com­pa­nies — e.g. for crea­ting per­so­na­li­ty pro­files — is curr­ent­ly available. What is more, per­so­nal data may be pro­ces­sed on ser­vers out­side the Eu­ro­pean Eco­no­mic Area whe­re it may not be sub­ject to the high pro­tec­tion le­vel of the Eu­ro­pean Ge­ne­ral Data Pro­tec­tion Re­gu­la­ti­on in all ca­ses. Information on the In­ter­net and in so­cial net­works is ac­ces­si­ble world­wi­de and can be found with search en­gi­nes and lin­ked with other information, which may per­mit the crea­ti­on of per­so­na­li­ty pro­files. Any information pla­ced on the In­ter­net, in­clu­ding pho­tos, can ea­si­ly be co­pied and dis­se­mi­na­ted to third par­ties. The­re are spe­cia­li­zed ar­chi­ving ser­vices who­se aim is to per­ma­nent­ly do­cu­ment the sta­tus of cer­tain web­sites on cer­tain dates. This may lead to a si­tua­ti­on in which information pu­blished on the In­ter­net and in so­cial net­works can still be found even af­ter it was era­sed on the ori­gi­nal web­site.
13. Coll­ec­tion of per­so­nal data not ob­tai­ned from data sub­jects (Art. 14 GDPR)
  • 13.1
    The pur­po­ses of pro­ces­sing are con­ti­nua­tion of con­tract exe­cu­ti­on, in­ves­tor pro­ces­sing, and com­pli­ance with le­gal ob­li­ga­ti­ons. No ch­an­ge in the­se pur­po­ses is plan­ned.
  • 13.2
    We may re­cei­ve per­so­nal data of third par­ties via in­ves­tors. Fur­ther sources may be re­la­ti­onship ma­na­gers, aut­ho­ri­zed re­pre­sen­ta­ti­ves, third-par­ty deb­tors, re­si­dents’ re­gis­tra­ti­on of­fices, courts, bai­liffs, le­gal re­pre­sen­ta­ti­ves, in­sol­ven­cy ad­mi­nis­tra­tors, trade li­cen­sing of­fices, cor­rec­tion­al fa­ci­li­ties, pu­blicly ac­ces­si­ble information sources, estate exe­cu­tors, and la­wy­ers.
  • 13.3
    The le­gal ba­sis of pro­ces­sing is Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter b) of the GDPR for agree­ments with na­tu­ral per­sons (con­tract or con­tract in­itia­ti­on), Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter f) of the GDPR for agree­ments with le­gal en­ti­ties (le­gi­ti­ma­te in­te­rest, i.e., com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on with agree­ment-re­le­vant cont­acts), and Ar­tic­le 6 (1) let­ter c) of the GDPR in all ca­ses (le­gal ob­li­ga­ti­ons, espe­ci­al­ly re­qui­re­ments un­der tax and com­mer­cial law).
  • 13.4
    Cont­act and con­trac­tu­al data may be trans­fer­red to other ser­vice pro­vi­ders, busi­ness part­ners as well as pu­blic in­sti­tu­ti­ons and aut­ho­ri­ties if this is ne­ces­sa­ry for the exe­cu­ti­on of the con­tract or or­der. In ad­di­ti­on, we use ser­vice pro­vi­ders com­mis­sio­ned to pro­cess data in the pro­vi­si­on of ser­vices, espe­ci­al­ly for the set­up, main­ten­an­ce, and ser­vicing of IT sys­tems.
  • 13.5
    Data of con­trac­tu­al part­ners and ser­vice pro­vi­ders are de­le­ted af­ter a pe­ri­od of 10 ca­len­dar ye­ars af­ter the ter­mi­na­ti­on of the con­tract or as­sign­ment.
  • 13.6
    The pro­ces­sing of the cont­act data of ser­vice pro­vi­ders and busi­ness part­ners is re­qui­red to exe­cu­te the con­tract. Fail­ure to dis­c­lo­se the­se data may lead to sub­stan­ti­al dis­rup­ti­ons in com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons.



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