Data Protection Legislation
Data Protection Legislation means the following to the extent applicable from time to time:
up to and including 24 May 2018, the EC Data Protection Directive (Directive 95/46/EC) and all legislation implementing that Directive
on and from 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation 2016/679); and
any similar laws and regulations relating to the processing of personal data. Controller and process (and its derivatives) shall have the meanings given to them under relevant Data Protection Legislation.
Retention of matter files
Legacy Capital will destroy documents relating to a matter (both our paper and, where practicable, electronic files) when considered that it is not needed to keep them.
Personal Data means all personal data (as that term is defined in relevant Data Protection Legislation) provided to Legacy Capital pursuant to our engagement with the Principal and the Client Entity or generated by Legacy Capital in the course of its engagement with the Principal and the Client Entity.
Legacy Capital will comply with applicable Data Protection Legislation when processing the Personal Data.
The Principal, the Client Entity and the individuals of the company or any group the company belongs to (the Data Subjects) are informed that Legacy Capital act as an independent data controller when processing Personal Data in the course of its work for the Principal or for the Client Entity. Legacy Capital will for instance process the Personal Data (a) to meet its legal and regulatory obligations, (b) in pursuing our legal rights, and (c) for administrative, compliance, financial, risk management and client relationship purposes.
The Principal and the Client Entity agree that Legacy Capital may transfer Personal Data to third party service providers, including to jurisdictions outside the European Economic Area, in compliance with applicable Data Protection Legislation.