Niro Investment SA is aware of the importance of processing personal data and undertakes to protect their confidentiality and security, by complying with the Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR).
1. What kind of personal data do we collect?
Personal data includes: name, surname and e-mail address.
2. What kind of cookies do we use?
a) Analytical cookies
Niro Investment SA uses Google Analytics cookies. These cookies allow to measure and analyze how users navigate a site. This information allows Niro Investment SA to constantly improve the services and experience of site users. For more information, check the Google Analytics privacy page:
b) Preferential cookies
Whenever users browse the website, the site will remember their preferences (preferred language). Thanks to these cookies, we can offer our users a simpler, more convenient and personalized browsing experience.
3. For which purpose do we process personal data?
We use personal information to contact you and keep in touch with you.
4. As a user, these are your rights:
a) The right to be informed about how your personal data will be used;
b) The right to access your personal data;
c) The right to rectify the data if it’s inaccurate or incomplete;
d) The right to be deleted or the so-called Right To Be Forgotten from subsequent communications or processing;
e) The right to restrict data processing;
f) The right to transfer the data, so it can be available to people as they wish to use it on other platforms or other services;
e) The right of objection to the use of data in marketing campaigns;
f) The right of not being the subject of a decision based solely on automatic processing, including through the creation of profiles, which produces legal effects affecting the data subject or affects similarly to a significant extent.
You can exert these rights, either individually or collectively, by simply sending a request to our headquarters in Bucharest, Sector 2, Str. Traian 184-186, Corp A, Etaj 4, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. The request will be settled within 15 days of receipt.
5. Ways you can access, control and correct your personal information
We respect your right to access, modify, request deletion, or request a restriction on the use of personal information, as required by the Regulation 2016/679. You have the right to know what personal information we keep. Upon request, we can provide a copy of your personal information in a structured format.
If personal information is inaccurate or incomplete, you have the right to update or request us to update it.
You have the right to oppose the processing of your personal information. You can also ask us to delete or restrict the way we use your personal information.
6. We can disclose your personal information to the following parties, for the following purposes:
We can disclose your personal information to third parties. This disclosure is necessary for us to get in touch with you. We try to minimize the amount of personal information we reveal what is directly relevant and necessary to meet the specified purpose.
We do not sell, rent or otherwise disclose your personal information to third parties for marketing and advertising purposes without your consent.
7. Change of ownership
8. How long do we keep personal information?
We keep personal information for as long as necessary to keep in touch with you.
According to the legal provisions, we are obliged to keep the relevant information for a minimum of time, for a possible investigation or dispute for the law enforcement agencies.
Once it’s no longer necessary to keep your personal information, we will dispose of it safely.
We respect your legal right to request the deletion of personal information in our system.
9. How do we protect your personal information?
We protect your personal information using technical and administrative security measures to reduce the risks of loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure and modification.
10. Violation of personal data security
In the event of a personal data security breach, the Company will notify A.N.S.P.D.C.P., without undue delay and, if possible, no later than 72 hours from the date it became aware of it, except for the case where it’s unlikely to generate a risk to the rights and freedoms of individuals.