Stronghold is committed to the correct processing of personal data; therefore, Stronghold only collects the minimum data considered necessary for the right performance of our professional activity, and we adopt measures to guarantee confidentiality and proper preservation.
2. How do we collect your personal data?
Stronghold may collect and process personal data in the following cases:
When you use the Website (as this term is defined in the User Conditions which can be viewed at this link: https://investors.strongholdam.com/terms-of-use, and when you communicate (by mail, e-mail or telephone) with Stronghold using the contact details provided for in the Website, marketing presentations or business cards.
When you provide this kind of data, directly or indirectly, to Stronghold or the companies of its group, as a consequence of a contractual relationship (either in your condition of employee, collaborator, client, supplier or any other derived from the ordinary activity of Stronghold); or even a precontractual relationship (as examples, considering labor matters, imaging the candidate who sends his/her CV to Stronghold; or considering the ordinary activities of Stronghold, image the personal data which could be provided at the non-binding stage of the negotiation proceeding of an eventual investment transaction).
Stronghold may also obtain personal data using external sources of information such as official journals and gazettes, public registries, Public Administration's resolutions, telephone directories, list of persons registered with professional associations, official lists for fraud prevention, social networks and Internet, or third companies to whom you have given your consent to the transfer of your data.
3. Why do we need your personal data?
In general, your personal data will be collected and processed solely and exclusively to maintain the relationship with Stronghold or any of the companies of its group. For example, your personal data may be used as a point of contact, and to send information within the scope of the professional activities carried out by Stronghold; or just to answer any questions sent through the channels provided for in the Website.
Stronghold may process your personal data also to comply with applicable legal and tax regulations (e.g. anti-money laundering and terrorism financing prevention regulations).
For any specific purpose different from the above we will ask first for your prior consent.
4. Legal basis for processing your personal data
The legal basis for processing your personal data is Stronghold's legitimate interest in maintaining the relationship with you and, if applicable, your consent.
Besides Stronghold may be legitimate to process your personal data specifically by virtue of a contractual relationship.
In some cases, the legal basis for processing your personal data may be Stronghold's legal obligations (such as the obligations related to anti-money laundering and terrorism financing prevention regulations).
5. For how long do we store your personal data?
Stronghold will process your personal data only for as long as this is necessary for the purpose that the data was collected. Therefore, Stronghold will process your data for as long as the relationship continues and, if applicable, you do not withdraw the consent provided for data processing. When personal data is not required for the purpose for which it was collected and until it is deleted, it will be retained, but blocked.
6. Transfer of data and security
Confidentially is an essential principle for Stronghold.
Therefore, Stronghold will not transfer personal data to third parties unless strictly necessary to manage and maintain the relationship with Stronghold, or with your prior authorization. In particular, only those third parties to whom Stronghold is contractually and legally bound will have access to personal data.
Considering that Stronghold is a company with international presence, Stronghold may transfer your data to the companies of its group which are based abroad, but only when the processing of the data would have the same purposes described in Section 3.
In any case, your personal data will be processed with a security level adjusted to conform the Data Protection regulations and will not be subject to automated decisions.
7. Who is the data controller?
The controller of the personal data is Stronghold.
You may contact Stronghold's data protection officer at email@example.com.
8. How to exercise your rights or ask a question
Under current law, you may exercise your rights of access, rectification or deletion of data, request that processing be restricted, oppose it or request data portability, at any time, by sending written notice to Stronghold, Paseo de la Castellana 60, 7th floor, 28046 Madrid (Spain), or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, attaching a copy of your identification document or similar document providing your identity. You can also file a claim with the Spanish Data Protection Agency.
Besides, you may also contact us through these channels should you have any question or suggestion regarding Data Protection.