BASIC  INFORMATION ON THE PROCESSING OF YOUR  DATA
DATA  CONTROLLER
MERCURY TRADE  FINANCE SOLUTIONS, S.L.
(hereinafter referred to as
“MERCURY“)
PURPOSESLEGITIMACY
Request for quotations

Performance of the pre-contractual

relationship

Contact  form, mobile and/or email, for contact or information)

Consent

Formalise the registration of interested parties      for      seminars,      conferences and/or events.Performance of contractual relationship or consent, according on the event
Sending MERCURY communicationsConsent
Sending CVsConsent
Exercise of rightsLegal  obligation
Use of the WebsiteLegitimate interest
DATA  COMMUNICATIONLEGITIMACY
Public  AdministrationsLegal  obligation
Courts and TribunalsLegal  obligation
Law Enforcement Forces and AgentsLegal  obligation
RIGHTS OF DATA  SUBJECTS
You  have   the right  to  request access   to,  rectification,  erasure, restriction  of processing and  data portability, as well  as the right to object and  withdraw the consent given for certain processing, by the means and  channels indicated in our Privacy Policy.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Further detailed information on data processing can be found in our Privacy Policy below.

 

 

 

1. IDENTIFICATION

 

IIdentity:   MERCURY  TRADE    FINANCE   SOLUTIONS, referred as “MERCURY“)

TAX IDENTIFICATION NUMBER: B-86232444

Address: Avda  de Aragón 334,  2ª planta, 28022, Madrid

Data Protection Officer (DPO): you can contact our DPO through the following means:

–      E-mail: dpo@mercury-tfs.com

–      Telephone: [913 291 645]

Indicating in the reference ” Data Protection Officer “.

 

 

2. INFORMATION AND CONSENT

 

By accepting this Privacy  Policy,  users  are  informed and  give  their free, informed, specific and  unambiguous consent  for the personal data they provide through the website located at the URL https://mercury-tfs.com/ (hereinafter, the “Website“) to be  processed by  MERCURY, as well  as the data derived from their browsing and any other data they may  provide MERCURY with in the future.

 

The user  should carefully read  this Privacy Policy,  which has been  drafted in a clear and    simple  manner  to   facilitate   its   understanding,  freely   and    voluntarily determining whether he/she wishes  to provide his/her personal data to MERCURY.

 

3. OBLIGATION TO PROVIDE DATA

 

The data requested in the forms on the Website are,  in general, mandatory (unless otherwise specified in the required field) in order to fulfil the established purposes.

 

Therefore, if they are  not provided or  are  not provided correctly, these  requests cannot be met, without prejudice to the fact that you may  freely display the content of the Website.

 

4. FOR WHAT PURPOSE WILL THE USER’S PERSONAL DATA BE PROCESSED?

 

Personal  data provided through the Website or other means made  available to the users  will  be processed by MERCURY for the following purposes:

 

  1. Data  provided  for  requesting  quotations:   the  data  provided  for requesting quotations will  be  processed for the purpose of managing the petition for the requested quotation and  contacting you  in  order to resolve any   doubts  you   may   have   in  relation  to  the  same,   as  well   as,  where appropriate, negotiating the conditions thereof.
  2.  Data provided in the contact form, mobile and/or e-mail, for contact or information:  the data provided through the aforementioned channels will  be  processed for the purpose of managing enquiries, incidents and/or requests for information made  by the user
  3. Data provided to formalise the registrations of those interested for seminars, conferences and/or events: the data will  be  used  to manage the registrations for the aforementioned events, as well  as to carry out the organisation  of  the  same   and,   if  necessary, to  communicate with  the interested in order to provide additional information on the same,  as well  as possible modifications and/or incidents in relation to the same.
  4. Data provided for sending MERCURY communications: the data will  be used  to manage the sending of communications with relevant information about MERCURY services and/or events that may  be of interest to you.
  5. Data provided by sending CVs:  the data provided by sending CVs will  be processed for the purpose of evaluating the user’s  application for possible recruitment processes and/or existing vacancies at MERCURY.
  6. Data provided for the exercise of rights: data provided for the exercise of  rights  will   be   processed for  the  purpose  of  dealing  with  your   data protection request
  7. Data provided through the use   of the  Website:  the data provided through the use of the Website will  be processed for the purpose of carrying out the maintenance, support and updating of the Website, as well  as for the resolution of possible technical or any  other type of incidents that may  arise in relation to the same  and  to draft anonymous statistical reports on access habits and the activity carried out by the users  on the Website.

 

5. WHAT USER DATA WILL MERCURY PROCESS?

 

MERCURY will process the following categories of user data:

1.  Data provided for quotation  requests:  Identification data (name and surname); contact details (telephone, e-mail address); employment  details (position and  company of the user);  as well  as all those details that the user includes in the body  of the message.

2.  Data provided in the contact form, mobile and/or email, for contact or information: Identification data (name and  surname); contact details (telephone, e-mail address); employment  details (position and  company of the user); location data through IP’s, such  as browser, device; academic and professional data; as well  as all those data that the user  includes in the open fields  of the means made  available to him/her.

3.  Data provided to formalise the registration of those interested in seminars, conferences and/or events: Identification data (name and surname); contact details (telephone, e-mail address); employment  details (position and  company of the user);  as well  as all  those  data that the user includes in the open  fields  of the means made  available to him/her.

4.  Data  provided  for sending MERCURY communications: Identification data (name and surname); contact details (e-mail address).

5.  Data provided by sending CVs:  Identification data (name and  surname); contact  details  (address, telephone,  e-mail address); academic and professional data (education and history of the user);  employment details (position and  company of the user);  as well  as all  data included by  the user in the open  fields  of the means made  available to him/her.

6.  Data provided for the exercise of rights: Identification data (name and surname); contact data (address, telephone number, e-mail address); as well as  all  data that the user  includes in  the open  fields   of the means made available to him/her.

7.  Data provided through the use  of the Website: location data through IP’s, such as browser, device.

 

In the event that the user provides data of third parties, he/she declares that he/she has their consent and  undertakes to provide them with the information included in the Privacy Policy,  exempting MERCURY from any  liability in this regard. However, MERCURY may  carry out periodic checks  to verify this fact, adopting the corresponding   due    diligence   measures,  in   accordance  with   data   protection regulation.

 

6. WHAT IS THE LEGITIMACY OF THE PROCESSING OF USER DATA?

 

The legitimacy of the processing of your  personal data will  be the following:

 

1.  Data  provided for  quotation  requests:  the  lawful basis   is  the  pre- contractual relationship established between the user and MERCURY.

2.  Data provided in the contact form, mobile and/or email, for contact or information: the lawful basis  is the consent given by the user,  which can be withdrawn at any time, by the means made  available to them.

3.  Data provided to formalise the registrations of those interested for seminars, conferences and/or events: the lawful basis  is the consent or, where appropriate, the established contractual relationship. In  this regard, when  registering for each  of these events, you  will  be informed in relation to the specific event.

4.  Data provided for sending MERCURY communications: the lawful basis of the processing of such  data is the consent of the user,  consent that may be withdrawn at any time, through the means made  available to the user

5.  Data provided by sending CVs:  the lawful basis  of the processing of such data is the consent of the user,  consent that may  be withdrawn at any  time, through the means made  available to the users.

6.  Data  provided  for  the  exercise  of  rights:  the  lawful  basis   of  the processing of such  data is the legal  obligation of MERCURY to manage such rights in accordance with the applicable regulation

7.  Data provided through the use  of the Website: the lawful basis  of the processing of such  data is the legitimate interest of MERCURY in the proper functioning  of the  Website.  In  this  regard, no  specific  user   data  will   be processed, but the information will  be used  in an aggregate form to prevent interference with the rights and  freedoms of the use  Likewise, MERCURY has  implemented technical security measures to guarantee the privacy and confidentiality  of the information  processed. If you  wish  to obtain further information on  this processing, you  may  request it by  sending an  e-mail to dpo@mercury-tfs.com.

 

The  consents  obtained for the aforementioned purposes are  independent and  the user may  withdraw only  one of them without affecting the others.

 

To withdraw such  consent,  the User  may  contact MERCURY through the following channels:

 

–      E-mail: dpo@mercury-tfs.com

 

7. WITH WHICH RECIPIENTS WILL USER DATA BE SHARED?

 

The user’s data may  be communicated to:

 

–      Public  Administrations with competence in the matter.

–      Courts   and   Tribunals,   in   the  event  of  specific  requests  made    in accordance with the applicable regulations.

–      Law  Enforcement  Forces  and  Agents,  in  the event of specific requests made  in accordance with the applicable regulations.

 

Additionally, the data may  be accessed by MERCURY‘s suppliers, such access  being necessary for the proper fulfilment of legal  obligations and/or the aforementioned purposes. These  suppliers will  not process your  data for their own  purposes that have  not been  previously informed by MERCURY.8. COMMUNICATIONS

 

Law  34/2002, of 11  July,  on information society services and  electronic commerce, allows commercial communications to be made  through the use of the Internet and other electronic means, provided that they can be identified as such,  as well  as the entity from which they are made.

 

MERCURY will  send commercial communications by e-mail about similar services of interest to the user.

 

However,   MERCURY  will   offer    the  recipient  the  possibility  to  object  to  the processing of his/her data for promotional purposes, both at the time of data collection and in each of the commercial communications sent to him/her.

 

Users   may    unsubscribe  from  these   communications  by   sending  a   letter  to MERCURY‘s registered office indicated above or to the following e-mail address dpo@mercury-tfs.com, indicating “unsubscribe from commercial communications”.

 

8. COMMUNICATIONS

 

Law  34/2002, of 11  July,  on information society services and  electronic commerce, allows commercial communications to be made  through the use of the Internet and other electronic means, provided that they can be identified as such,  as well  as the entity from which they are made.

MERCURY will  send commercial communications by e-mail about similar services of interest to the user.

However,   MERCURY  will   offer    the  recipient  the  possibility  to  object  to  the processing of his/her data for promotional purposes, both at the time of data collection and in each of the commercial communications sent to him/her.

Users   may    unsubscribe  from  these   communications  by   sending  a   letter  to MERCURY‘s registered office indicated above or to the following e-mail address dpo@mercury-tfs.com, indicating “unsubscribe from commercial communications”.

 

9. DATA RETENTION

 

MERCURY will  store  users’  personal data only  for the time necessary to carry out the purposes for which they were  collected, as long  as the consent  granted is not withdrawn. Subsequently, if necessary, MERCURY will  keep  the information blocked until the legal  liabilities that may  have  arisen as a result of the processing of users’ personal data have  expired, at which time the data will  be irreversibly erased.

 

1.  Data provided for quotation requests: your   data will  be  stored for a period  of  one   year   after  MERCURY has   sent  the  quotation,  unless   a negotiation is initiated between the parties.

2.  Data provided in the contact form, mobile and/or e-mail, for contact or information: will  be stored for the period necessary to process and reply to your  request and,  once  this period is over,  for the period of limitation of the legal  actions derived from the aforementioned request.

3.  Data provided to formalise the registrations of those interested for seminars,  conferences  and/or  events:   will    be    stored   during   the contractual relationship and/or until  the date of the event and,  once  the same  has ended, during the period of limitation of the legal  actions that may arise  from the same.

4.  Data provided for sending MERCURY communications: will  be  stored as long  as the user does not withdraw the consent given for this purpose.

5.  Data provided by  sending CVs:  will  be  stored for a period of one  year from receipt of the CV, unless  the user gives  his or her consent again  to keep the CV information.

6.  Data provided for the exercise of rights: they will  be  stored for the period necessary to manage and  process the rights exercised and,  once  this period has ended, for the limitation period of the legal  actions that may  arise from the same.

7.  Data provided through the use  of the Website: will  be  stored for a period of one  yea  MERCURY may  keep  the information in  an  aggregate form, without identifying users,  for a longer perio

 

 

10. USER LIABILITY.

 

The user:

  •  Guarantees  that  he/she is  over   sixteen  (16)   years   of age  and  that the information that he/she provides to MERCURY is true, accurate, complete and  up to date. For these purposes, the user  is responsible for the veracity of all  the data provided and  will   keep   the information  provided suitably updated, so that it corresponds to his/her real  situation.
  • Guarantees  that he/she has  informed the third parties from whom he/she provides his/her data, if he/she does  so,  of the aspects contained in  this document. He/she  also  guarantees that he/she obtained their authorisation to provide their data to MERCURY for the aforementioned purposes.
  • He/she   will   be  liable for any  false or  inaccurate information that  he/she provides through  the  Website  and   for  any   damages, direct  or  indirect, caused  to MERCURY or third parties.

 

 

11. EXERCISE OF RIGHT

 

The user may  send  a letter to MERCURY, to the address indicated in the heading of this  Policy,    or   by   e-mail  to  the  address  dpo@mercury-tfs.com,   attaching   a photocopy of his/her identity card,  at any time and free of charge, in order to:

 

  •  Access  their personal data and  obtain confirmation as  to whether or  not MERCURY is processing personal data concerning the user.
  • Rectify inaccurate or not complete data.
  • Withdraw consents granted.
  • Object  to  certain  processing  operations,  in   particular  those   based   on MERCURY‘s legitimate interests.
  • Request the erasure of his/her data when,  among other reasons, the data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were  collected.
  •  Obtain from MERCURY the restriction of data processing when  any  of the conditions foreseen in the data protection regulations are met.
  • Request the portability  of the  data provided by  the user  in  those  cases provided for in the regulations.
  • Contact MERCURY’s DPO at the following address: dpo@mercury-tfs.com
  • Lodge  a complaint regarding the protection of their personal data before the “Agencia  Española de  Protección  de  Datos” (www.aepd.es) at the address Calle  de  Jorge  Juan,  6,  28001 Madrid, when  the data subject considers that MERCURY  has   infringed  the  rights  recognised by   the  applicable  data protection regulations.

 

12. SECURITY MEASURE

 

MERCURY will  process the user’s  data at all  times in  the strictest confidence and will   maintain  the  mandatory  duty  of  secrecy  with  respect  to  the  same,    in accordance  with   the   provisions  of  the   applicable  regulations,  adopting   the necessary technical  and  organisational measures to ensure the security of your data and  prevent its alteration, loss, unauthorised processing or access,  taking into account the state of technology, the nature of the data stored and the risks  to which they are exposed.

Last update: May 2021.