Crédit Agricole Leasing & Factoring S.A. - Dutch Branch
CAL&F S.A. Belgium - data protection officer contact information
Data Protection Officer - Crédit Agricole Leasing & Factoring
12 place des États-Unis - 92127 Montrouge Cedex - France
or by email to : DPOemail@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Stamp fees will be reimbursed upon request.
Internet presence of Eurofactor (commercial brand of CAL&F Dutch Branch)
On our website (https://www.eurofactor.nl), we collect collective data, also using cookies.
Please click on the headings below to find out more about the respective content:
What is collective data?
Collective data is data about the number of visitors to our website and the sub-pages you visit. In detail, the following data is collected and stored with each visit:
This information provides us with information about the general interests and preferences of our visitors. It is used for the continuous improvement of our Internet appearance. The data is of a general, statistical nature and not personal, as this data is anonymised. We cannot therefore trace, which user has accessed which data. No personal data (e.g. names, addresses, telephone numbers or e-mail addresses) is collected unless you provide us with such data voluntarily (e.g. via our contact forms). Your entries regarding the contact forms are sent to a central email address, which is exclusively managed by CAL&F Dutch Branch. We use the personal data provided by you to answer your enquiries and process your orders. In order to maintain customer relations, it may also be necessary for us to process your personal data and communicate it to our Group companies in order to better respond to your requests and improve our products or services. Your personal data will not be sold.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on the device you use. This standard procedure enables, among other things, the exchange of certain settings and information between your browser and our system.
What function do cookies have?
Some cookies are necessary for the proper operation of the website, others may be useful to enable the visitor to save certain information (such as user names and/or language settings). This enables us to constantly improve the usability of the site.
What types of cookies are used by this website?
With your permission, the following cookies could be used.
These are used, among other things, to enable the transfer of a message (for example contact forms). For security reasons, the technical cookies are also used for authentication. Another use is to store user-specific information. Without these technical standards it would not be possible to provide all the functions offered on the website. These cookies do not collect information for commercial purposes and can be divided into:
These contain information to ensure that the user navigation is saved for the one-time visit based on criteria you have chosen yourself (for example, the selected language).
For example, these store information about the date and time of the visit and the content of the page visited. The following analyses enable continuous improvements in the comfort of use. These statistics are based on anonymous data and are used exclusively for these purposes.
Please refer to the following link for further information: //legal.hubspot.com/privacy-policy
Data collection, processing and/or use purpose
We collect your data for the below purposes:
distribution, brokerage, initiation and execution of factoring services (execution of contract relationships and factoring contracts), in particular the acquisition of trade accounts receivable (performance of contract obligations), business economics consultancy services, debt collection and related business.
The above related business includes staff management, assistance to potential clients, client management and any other activities related to management. Personal data processing for the company’s internal purposes (legitimate interest) and on behalf of third parties complies with existing contracts and the law.
Please note that it is impossible to comply with certain laws or to fulfil certain duties without having certain data.
Data subject groups
We collect personal data and/or data categories from the below groups whose data is required to pursue the intended purpose in the context of our business activities:
This means contact, property, authentication, payment history and any other data required for contract fulfilment.
Potential client data
This means contact, property and any other data required for contract fulfilment.
“Employee” particularly includes: employees; apprentices; persons undergoing rehabilitation; individuals considered as near-employees due to their economic independence; candidates; former employees; and trainees. We process contract and performance data (e.g. evaluations) to the extent required for making decisions as to the conclusion of an employment contract or, thereafter, for contract performance or termination.
Examples: contract and account data; staff management and control data (names, addresses, job de-nominations, social data, bank details); performance evaluation data; access control data; deadline management data; company communication and IT system use data; and logging as required by the law.
Service provider data
“Service provider” particularly includes suppliers; creditors; brokers; agencies; commercial credit insurance companies; legal counsels; landlords; chartered accounts; and IT service providers ( e. g. the processing of contract, contact, bank and other data.
Cooperation partner data
“Cooperation partners” particularly include domestic and foreign business partners and we process con-tact, contract and other data required for cooperation and contract performance.
Data recipients/recipient categories:
The above data will be processed by specialist departments (e.g. Financial Accounting, IT, HR) involved in the relevant business processes, whereby such data is required to protect legitimate interests and to guarantee performance of contract duties.
This means group companies; cooperating banks; credit agencies; lawyers; notaries; IT service providers; liquidators; insurance companies (to the extent required for contract fulfilment); and public bodies who receive or may request data based on legal provisions (such as tax offices, social security agencies, supervisory authorities and prosecution authorities).
In addition, we may commission data processors (service providers) with the task of data processing based on valid legal provisions which particularly includes IT, printing, telecommunication and consultancy services.
We transfer data to countries outside the EU and/or the EEA only pursuant to legal provisions and/or to the exceptions provided for under the GDPR, whereby data is transferred only to those third countries which guarantee a reasonable level of data protection.
Data erasure deadlines
We comply with any and all legal obligations concerning the storage of data and other documents during a given period and we erase or anonymise data after applicable legal or contractual storage periods terminated.
We will retain your personal data over the period required to comply with applicable laws and regulations or another period with regard to our operational requirements, such as proper account maintenance, facilitating customer relationship management, and responding to legal claims or regulatory requests.
Your rights concerning data processing (art. 15-21 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation):
Right to access, rectification and information provision
You have a right to know which data CAL&F Dutch Branch actually processes. Should your data change, you may request its rectification and should it be incomplete, you may request it to be completed. If we transferred your data to third parties, we must ensure that these third parties also rectify/complete your data (pursuant to legal provisions).
Right to personal data erasure
You may request your personal data to be erased if
In this context, please consider that your right to erasure may, in certain cases, depend on whether there is a reason requiring data processing continuation (e.g. compliance with legal storage obligations).
Right to data processing restriction
You may request the processing of your personal data to be restricted if
Right to lodge a complaint (towards CAL&F Dutch Branch)
In the case of a complaint from your part, you may refer to the CAL&F Data Protection Officer, the Data Protection Coordinator or the competent data protection authority.
Competent authority in the Netherlands:
PO Box 93374
2509 AJ DEN HAAG
Telephone number: (+31) - (0)70 - 888 85 00
The competent authority may change their contact data; for the up-to-date contact data, please refer to the authority's website.
Right to object to data processing
Under art. 6 (1) lit. f) of the GDPR (data processing based on the weighing of interests), you have the right to object to the processing of your personal data at any time if this is justified due to your special situation; this applies also to profiling in terms of Art. 4 (4) of the GDPR.
If you object to the processing of your data, CAL&F Dutch Branch will no longer process any personal data, unless we have interests worthy of protection making data processing necessary and prevailing over your interests or unless such data is required to enforce, assert or defend legal claims.
Objections are not subject to any formal requirements.
Certain data (referred to above) is collected, processed and used under contract, legal or bank supervision requirements including, without limitation, especially the Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (Prevention) Act – WWFT- to fulfil control and reporting duties regarding sanctions and embargoes, among other things, to prevent fraud and evaluate and manage risks inside the Group or provisions under general terms and conditions: