We collect and use personal information to provide you with the best user experience, which we have grouped together as follows:
a) Identity Data means your name and documents evidencing your identity.
b) Contact Data means your email addresses, telephone numbers, postal addresses, country, job title and company name and other information that could be on your business card.
c) Technical Data means internet protocol (IP) addresses from which you access our or othersâ products and services, cookies (as set out in our Cookies Policy), your login data (such as the time, date and duration), the browser type and version you use to access our websites, apps, and products and services, weblogs, traffic data, the time zone setting of your device and your device location, browser plug-in types and versions that you used, other communication data, the resources that you access on our websites, apps and products and services, the operating system and platform type of the device you use, and details of other technology on the devices you use to access this website.
d) Contact Forms and Surveys Data means any information you provide to us when you use our contact forms (for example using the âContactâ, âSend us a Messageâ, âStay in touchâ, âGet financial updatesâ functions on our websites, apps, products or services), or when you participate in a survey (including its content), the record of that correspondence and other information or personal information you share with us when completing our contact forms in your sole discretion. (Please note that fields marked with an asterisk (*) are mandatory fields, because we need this information to comply with or respond to your request.)Â
e) Marketing Communications Data means information about how you respond to email, sms, phone, other marketing campaigns and when you sign up to receive our newsletters or our latest news, developments and research.
f) Social Media Data means your profile data and other information you made public on or otherwise share with us from social media.
g) Financial and Legal Events Data means any information you provide to us in relation to our financial or legal events (if you are eligible for these events) such as when you decide to participate in our webcasts about our financial results or shareholders meetings. If you phone us in relation to these events (for example to get technical support for the online events), then we will process your phone number and other information you may provide in relation to your request.
Depending on the relevant circumstances and applicable local laws and requirements, we may collect some of the information listed above when you visit our website, provide us with your business card, talk to us at a conference or other event, or if you are a customer or prospective customer.
We collect and use personal information to deliver our products and services, to send you information that you requested, or to contact you to provide additional information on our available products and services as more particularly detailed in section 2 below.