In 2004, the Act on the Supervision of Trust Offices (Wtt) came into force in the Netherlands. Compliance is closely monitored by the Dutch Central Bank. In that respect, FP Management B.V. has implemented a Know Your Client (KYC) policy. We may be required to disclose information about our clients and their companies to the Dutch Central Bank.
For further information about the Wtt, we refer you to the website of the Dutch Central Bank.
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We, at FP Management BV, wish to act diligently with respect to the personal data that we collect and process.
Below you will find which personal data we collect and process and how we deal with those data, as well as which rights an interested party may invoke with respect to the personal data that are being processed by us or by a third party on our behalf.
In order for us to be able to render services to our clients and their entities, we have to obtain certain Know-Your-Customer ‘KYC’ information on our (prospective) clients as part of the client due diligence investigation that we are required to carry out by law. In doing so, we collect and process personal data.
Apart from our legal obligation to collect and process certain personal data from (prospective) clients, we may also collect personal data because we have another legitimate interest to do so.
We may, inter alia, collect and process the following personal data or (photocopies of) documents containing personal data:
Please be advised that the above-mentioned list is not exhaustive and that other information may be needed for us to be able to render services.
The personal data can be provided to us either directly by the person concerned or by an intermediary. We will, however, also collect personal data through conducting our own investigation, using publicly accessible sources, such as newspapers, magazines and publications on the internet.
We shall not process the collected personal data for purposes other than those for which the data were collected in the first place. We undertake not to store the collected personal data for longer than necessary.
We shall treat the personal data that we have collected as confidential and we shall not disclose these data to third parties or to the general public, if and insofar as such data are not already in the public domain.
We have taken strict security measures, technical as well as organisational, to protect the collected data. All of our employees, as well as the employees of the IT services provider(s) we work with, are fully aware of the importance to protect the personal data that we are entrusted with. If applicable, we shall conclude processing agreements with third parties that process personal data for us, in order to make sure that these third parties take personal data protection as seriously as we do.
However, we may disclose personal data to financial auditors, compliance advisors, compliance auditors and other service providers that we have engaged to render services to us within the framework of our business operations, as well as to companies that are part of our FP Management BV group structure, even if such a group company is registered outside of the European Union.
Also, we may disclose personal data to third parties (which parties include, but are not limited to, notaries, tax lawyers, legal advisors, banks, payment institutions, accountants, compliance auditors and compliance advisors), if such a disclosure will be conducive to, or be required in connection with, the provision of services by us to a client and/or or to a client’s entity, or in connection with the provision of services – be it administrative, financial, legal or other - to the client and/or to the client’s entity by such a third party.
Please note that in case we have been providing services to an entity of a client falling within the scope of the Dutch Act on the Supervision of Trust Offices 2018, we shall be required by law, if so requested, to provide a (potential) subsequent provider of similar services with information on integrity risks that have become apparent to us during the period that we have been providing such services. This information may contain personal data of the persons involved with that entity, including, as the case may be, personal data relating to criminal convictions and offences.
Personal data shall be disclosed to public bodies if so required under law. Furthermore, we shall disclose personal data to third parties in case there is a valid court order to do so.
In case of a transfer of personal data to a third party outside of the European Union, we shall only transfer such data if the receiver can safeguard that the personal data and the rights of the persons concerned will be protected in a similar manner as would be required within the European Union.
An interested party – i.e. a person whose personal data are being processed by us - has the following rights with respect to his or her personal data:
If you wish to invoke any of the above-mentioned rights, please send a motivated request to:
In addition to the above-mentioned rights, please be advised that you have the right to make a complaint with the Dutch Data Protection Authority with respect to the way we are processing your personal data or the way that we are handling your rights. The details of the aforementioned authority are:
PO Box 93374
2509 AJ THE HAGUE
Telephone number: (+31) (0)70 888 85 00
Fax: (+31) (0)70 888 85 01
Please note that this is an unofficial translation of the Dutch text of our privacy statement. In case of a difference in wording, or in the interpretation thereof, the original Dutch text shall prevail.