Your personal data is processed by ABAF-BVFA.
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How does ABAF-BVFA handle your personal data?
As the Belgian Association of Financial Analysts, we believe it is very important to respect your privacy and to process your personal data in a legally correct and secure manner.
Through this statement we want to inform you in clear terms about which personal data we may process (retrieve, collect, store, use, etc.) and for what purposes we do that. We also inform you how you can exercise your privacy rights if desired.
When we talk about personal data below, we mean mainly identification and contact details such as your name, first name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, position within your organization, language, gender, etc.
Who is this privacy statement addressed to?
This privacy statement mainly concerns the processing of personal data of our current and former members and of their employees, of persons who have expressed an interest in our services and of persons with whom ABAF-BVFA and its representatives come into contact in the context of its mission and activities.
For what purposes will Febelfin process your data?
You visit our website
ABAF-BVFA may store certain data through cookies that we place. A "cookie" is a small file that is sent by an internet server and stored on the hard drive of your computer. This file contains information about your visit to a specific internet site.
The purpose of these cookies is to improve your browsing experience the next time you visit our site and to compile general statistics on the quality and use of the website. Cookies are never used for commercial or direct marketing campaigns.
You are a professional contact person of Febelfin
If you are a person with whom ABAF-BVFA comes into contact in the context of its mission and activities (such as politicians, government employees, journalists, academics, supervisors, etc.) we process your personal data in order to be able to work with you communicate, share information with you and be able to involve you in ABAF-BVFA activities.
You have registered for our newsletter
Your personal data will in that case be processed for the follow-up of your registration and the sending of the newsletter. Exceptionally, we may also use this data to provide you with other comparable information. You always have the option to unsubscribe.
You have indicated that you wish to be kept informed of our activities
In that case, your personal data will be processed to inform you about the activities of ABAF-BVFA, about the political, economic and legal news relevant to financial analysts and about events organized by the association.
You participate in one of our events
The data that you provide to us in the context of registration for the event will be processed for the follow-up of your registration (invitation, acknowledgment of receipt, additional information about the event, invoicing (if applicable) ...). We can also save your feedback in the context of satisfaction surveys or any complaints. We strive to limit the processing of personal data as much as possible.
For certain events the participants receive a simplified list of participants with the names, first names, position and organization of the participants.
Atmospheric images and photos of participants can be taken during certain events to illustrate and support the activities and mission of ABAF-BVFA.
You contact ABAF-BVFA regarding a specific question
If you contact ABAF-BVFA, for example with a request for information, we will only use your data in the context of processing your request.
You are an employee of a company that provides services to ABAF-BVFA
If you are an employee of an organization or a company that has a contractual relationship with ABAF-BVFA, your data will be processed:
For the follow-up of services and any comments or complaints in this regard.
For general customer and supplier management, including accounting, litigation and litigation management, recovery or transfer of claims and the protection of our rights in general.
Where is your data processed and stored?
ABAV-BVFA will never share or sell your personal data with third parties that process this data for their own commercial purposes.
ABAF-BVFA can, however, rely on external processors (eg IT, logistics) to process your personal data. These are companies that process your data within a well-defined framework and in accordance with an assignment defined by ABAF-BVFA.
These companies are located in Belgium or in the European Union.
In exceptional cases, ABAF-BVFA may also be required by law to pass on your personal data to competent authorities or bodies determined by law.
How long is your data stored?
ABAF-BVFA does not store your personal data for longer than necessary for the intended purposes of the processing.
What are your rights?
Access to your data
If you would like to view the personal data that we process about you, you can let us know. If you exercise this right of inspection, ABAF-BVFA will give you an overview of the data that we keep and process about you.
Improve your data
If you notice that the information we have received from you is no longer correct, you can let us know. We will make the necessary adjustments or complete the details as quickly as possible.
Deletion of your data
If you no longer want ABAF-BVFA to process your data, you can always contact us and ask for your data to be deleted.
Transfer of your data
You have the right to ask ABAF-BVFA to transfer the personal data that you have provided to ABAF-BVFA to you or directly to a third party.
How can you exercise your rights or file a complaint?
If you wish to exercise one of the above rights or wish to submit a complaint about the way in which ABAF-BVFA processes your data, you can contact ABAF-BVFA by
letter: ABAF-BVFA, Aarlenstraat 82, 1040 Brussels
Always read as specific as possible if you want to exercise your rights. In this way, ABAF-BVFA can treat your question concretely and correctly.
ABAF-BVFA will verify your identity to prevent someone else from exercising your rights.
If you would like more information or if you do not agree with ABAF-BVFA's position, you can visit the site of the Data Protection Authority where you can submit a complaint if you wish.