Privacy Policy

Analytics Bureau Personal Privacy Policy

1. General

1.1 Introduction:
The Analytics Bureau is committed to the privacy of its members (financial institutions), their representatives (Users), and third-party associates who use The Analytics Bureau’s services. We comply with relevant Personal Privacy Protection Laws (“PPPL”) worldwide, including but not limited to the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), the Australian Privacy Principles (“APP”), the Canadian Privacy Act (“CPA”) and Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (“PIPEDA”), and the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”). This Privacy Policy outlines the ways in which The Analytics Bureau collects, uses, and safeguards personal data.
This policy does not cover the confidentiality requirements of the members’ credit data, which are set out in our Articles of Association, the Data Pool Regulations, and The Analytics Bureau Information Protection Policy.
1.2 Overall Policy:
The Analytics Bureau collects personal data of member delegates and individuals interested in our services. We maintain this personal data securely, utilize it for legitimate business purposes, and provide individuals the opportunity to review their personal data and request amendments or deletions when appropriate.
1.3 Definitions:
  • The Analytics Bureau refers to our organization.
  • Users are individuals whose personal data The Analytics Bureau holds.
  • Members are financial institutions affiliated with The Analytics Bureau.
1.4 Data Controller:
For GDPR purposes, the data controller is The Analytics Bureau. Users can inquire about personal data by contacting
1.5 Users Consent:
The Analytics Bureau informs Users about this policy. By continuing to utilize our services, Users acknowledge this information and consent to The Analytics Bureau collecting, processing, and storing their personal data as described.

2. Information Collection and Use

2.1 Purpose
The Analytics Bureau collects essential personal data to deliver and enhance our services, including distributing educational research, managing event registrations and payments, and responding to inquiries. This information helps us tailor our services to be more relevant to our Users.
2.2 Personal Information Collected
Data collected may include names, contact details, employer information, job titles, and financial transaction histories. Additionally, our website captures log data and uses cookies to enhance user experience and service quality. We also employ Google Analytics  or Adobe Analytics to optimize content relevancy, with options available for Users to manage cookie settings and data collection preferences.

3. Storage and Security

3.1 Location
Data is primarily stored in The Netherlands, with certain operations possibly taking place in neighboring EU countries. Some user contact functions might be outsourced to trusted subcontractors who are required to comply with GDPR.
3.2 Data Holding and Deletion
Data is retained as long as necessary to fulfill legitimate business needs or until a deletion request is made. Certain data might be retained longer if required by law or contractual obligations.
3.3 Data Security
The Analytics Bureau prioritizes data security, employing advanced measures to protect against unauthorized access or breaches. Despite these efforts, no system is entirely secure, and we continuously refine our security practices in response to emerging threats.
3.4 Disclosure to Third Parties
We disclose Personal Data when legally required or when it is necessary for our operations, ensuring that all disclosures comply with applicable laws.

4. Communications and Marketing

4.1 Contact
We use your contact information to send relevant information about our services and initiatives, tailored to your interests and professional needs.
4.2 Opting Out
Users can opt-out of communications at any time via provided unsubscribe links or by contacting us directly.

5. GDPR Rights of Users

Users in the U.S.A., EU and EEA have extensive rights regarding their personal data, including access, correction, and deletion rights, which The Analytics Bureau respects and facilitates.

6. Other

6.1 Children’s Privacy
We do not knowingly collect data from individuals under 16 without parental consent. If such data has been collected, we will take steps to delete it promptly.
6.2 Changes to this Personal Privacy Policy
This policy is subject to change. Updates will be communicated through our website or via email. Users are encouraged to review this policy periodically.
Contact information for privacy concerns:

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