KPI Consulting Ireland is committed to
protecting your privacy. This policy describes the way KPI Consulting
Ireland collects, uses, stores, discloses and handles personal information in
accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018 (Act) (‘Data Protection
or limit the requirements of the Data Protection Act.
KPI Consulting Ireland reserves the right
to vary this policy from time to time, without notice. The most recent version
‘Personal information’ is defined in the Data
Protection Act to mean any information or opinion about an identified
individual, or an individual who is reasonably identifiable, whether the
information or opinion is true or not and whether the information or opinion is
recorded in a material form or not.
To use our website, you do not need to
disclose your details to us. This website does not collect personal
information about people who visit the website unless personal information is
voluntarily provided, such as subscribing to a newsletter or other publication.
However, we may use programs such as Google
Analytics to monitor website traffic which may record details about the IP
addresses of parties who visit this website. This information is used for
internal analytical purposes and is not passed on to third parties. All
information provided to KPI Consulting Ireland is treated in accordance with
What information do we collect?
In operating our business we may collect
personal information and sensitive information. The type of information we
collect about you will depend on the nature of our relationship. We will
collect personal information by lawful and fair means. Typically we collect the
your name, date of birth, occupation, address, email, account
communications between us and third parties;
documentation containing personal information;
if you are a job applicant we may also hold information about
your education and personal history;
any other information we may need to identify you or provide
information about your dealings with us or our clients.
Personal information may be provided by you
directly or by another party to a matter, a regulator or other advisor or
generally in the course of acting for you.
KPI Consulting Ireland only collects
personal information that is reasonably necessary or directly related to our
functions and activities, collected either directly or via your use of our
services. The information may be provided by you, clients or authorised
representatives. Some third parties may provide information such as
accountants, business advisors and counterparties.
If you do not provide us with personal information
when requested, it may affect our ability to meet our obligations to our
Use and disclosure of your personal
We use your information for the purpose for
which it was collected, and any ancillary purpose including to:
provide our services to you or to our clients;
market services to your or our clients;
administer and operate online subscription services;
build and manage client relationships;
contract out services to third parties;
conduct our business of a legal services provider;
provide you with legal updates;
send you publications and invite you to seminars and functions we consider may be relevant;
fulfill any other purpose that you have consented to in the course of your engagement of us and any other purpose permitted by law.
At any time you can withdraw your consent
to receive marketing and legal updates by contacting KPI Consulting Ireland.
The disclosure of your personal information
will occur in accordance with the purpose for which it was collected but also:
subject to our professional obligations, to any person where
necessary or desirable in connection with our provision of services, such
as to the client, regulatory authorities, or any employees or contractors
of KPI Consulting Ireland;
as required by law subject to our professional obligations and/or
with your consent if required.
Although unlikely, we may use and disclose
your personal information in jurisdictions other than the one in which it was
If you are a client or have otherwise
expressed interest and provided us with your contact details, we may send
emails to you with information about legal developments (such as publications,
alerts and newsletters) and marketing our services.
We may use an email management system to
automate the management and dispatch of these emails. The system operates by
inserting tracking codes in the emails that we send to you. The tracking code
allows us to collect personal information about you, such as whether you
received and opened an email, and whether you clicked through to any links to
our website. The personal information that the email management system collects
and holds about you is used by us to:
insert your personal information into our communications with
determine whether the information that we send to you is
suitable for your interests, information needs and profile;
ensure that the email address that you have provided us is
determine whether emails that we send to you are received by
update a request that you make to us to unsubscribe from a
publication that we send to you;
review the effectiveness and relevance of our emails to you by
collecting other statistical information.
If you do not wish for us to send you those
types of emails, please contact KPI Consulting Ireland.
You will be able to unsubscribe from these
emails by clicking unsubscribe at the bottom of the email.
Keeping your information secure
We will take reasonable steps to protect
all Personal Information which we hold from misuse, loss, unauthorised access,
modification or disclosure. We take reasonable steps to hold information
securely in electronic or physical form.
We hold personal information in hardcopy
files and in electronic form, and take reasonable steps to protect personal
information from misuse, interference, loss, and unauthorised access,
modification or disclosure.
We may store hardcopy files in our offices,
cupboards and compactuses within an access-controlled premises. We may also
store your information as electronic records which are held within a cloud
storage facility, under password secured accounts. These accounts are
accessible by KPI Consulting Ireland employees and contractors, but note that
from time to time they may be accessible by third parties engaged by KPI
Consulting Ireland for IT maintenance and support of the cloud storage
Data Protection Officer
All requests for access/corrections to your
personal data and any complaint should be directed to our Data Protection
Officer. You can contact our Data Protection Officer by email () or by phone (+353 87 328 6335).