We inform you below how we process your data when entering a business relationship with Omnitax Ltd. Business and Tax Law (hereafter Omnitax).
The security of your data is important to us. Therefore, when processing personal data, we comply with the applicable data protection law, consisting of the Swiss Federal Law on Data Protection and the European Data Protection Ordinance as applicable.
Personal data is information that we need to identify you. We process and store this information when you correspond with us electronically or by post, you register for one of our events or when you request publications from us. The personal data that we process generally includes your name, postal address, e-mail address, homepage, telephone numbers and your professional activity. We may also receive and store this data from your employees and your agents. In some cases, we supplement the information with data from publicly available sources.
Purpose of data collection and use
We use this information to maintain or begin our business relationship with you and to provide you with information and publications. Omnitax will not sell or otherwise pass on your personal data to third parties unless we are obliged to do so by law. In addition, we cannot exclude that certain service providers may gain access to your personal data in connection with maintenance contracts and IT projects.
Purpose of data collection
It is necessary for Omnitax to use this information to manage the business relationship with you.
Omnitax takes the necessary organisational measures to protect your personal data from loss and unauthorised access.
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