Privacy statement

This privacy statement explains what personal data we collect and for what purpose this data is collected. This statement may be revised from time to time. This privacy statement applies to Pereira B.V. and all its subsidiaries.

Definitions
In this privacy statement, the following terms have the following meanings:

  • Personal data: any information concerning an identified or identifiable natural person.
  • Processing of personal data: any action or set of actions concerning personal data. This includes collecting, recording, organising, storing, changing, consulting, using, providing and erasing data.

Privacy policy
Pereira offers customised, high-quality tax advice to both companies and private individuals; both nationally and internationally. As part of our work, we process personal data. In order to perform the work properly, we may need to transfer your personal data to other organisations and/or companies that we work with. This occurs in full compliance with the applicable laws and regulations. Based on these laws and regulations, restrictions apply with regard to how your personal data is processed. For example, certain security requirements and storage periods are in place to protect your data.

This privacy statement explains how we handle the personal data that you provide. If you still have any questions, please contact us via the contact details provided below.

Pereira has a Data Protection Officer. This person is responsible for ensuring compliance with the above-mentioned rules with regard to data protection. If you have any questions, please contact our Data Protection Officer.

Data Protection Officer
Telephone: +31 70-7570100
E-mail: Privacy@pereiraconsultants.com
Post: Postbus 488, 2501 CL, Den Haag

What personal data do we process?
As mentioned, to perform our work we may process personal data. Below follows a nonexhaustive list of personal data that we may process based on the required work.

  • First and last name
  • Function and title or titles
  • Company name
  • Contact and invoice address
  • E-mail address or addresses
  • Telephone number
  • Date of birth
  • Gender
  • Citizen service number (BSN number)
  • Passport copy
  • CV, motivation letter and assessment results
  • Financial information (if required for the performance of the service and/or invoicing)

For what purpose is your personal data used?
The personal data that you provide may be used for the following purposes. This does not mean that every purpose mentioned below is always applicable. To be of service to our clients, Pereira collects data for the following purposes:

– to provide a good, efficient and effective service;
– to contact you with regard to our services;
– to contact you if you have applied for a job with us;
– to invite you to an event.

All personal data is processed based on one or more of the following principles:
a) Processing is required for the purpose of entering into an agreement between Pereira and you.
b) Processing is required to comply with the statutory obligations.
c) You have granted your permission.
d) There is a legitimate interest.

Do we share data with third parties?
Pereira will not share any personal data with third parties, except if this is necessary to comply with your request, if required for professional and legitimate purposes or permitted by law, or based on professional standards or quality rules. In some cases, Pereira may share your personal data with external companies or service providers that work on behalf of us, or to meet your request.
If Pereira provides your data to a third party, we will always strive to safeguard that the third party – in the same way that Pereira does this – handles the data with the greatest possible care. This begins with the careful selection of third parties that we work with. The third party must be able to guarantee that your data is carefully protected and will not be used for other purposes.

Is profiling or are cookies used?
If you visit our website, cookies can be placed on your computer, tablet or smartphone. This concerns:

  • functional (necessary) cookies to ensure that the website functions properly
  • analytical cookies to gain insight into the use of our website. This enables us to improve the website in terms of quality and effectiveness.

Pereira uses Google Analytics. For information on the use of Google Analytics please click on the information page of Google Analytics.

What measures are in place to protect the personal data?
Pereira takes appropriate security measures to ensure that your data is protected against misuse and unauthorised access. In addition to technical measures, we have also taken various organisational measures. The latter is understood to mean that information is only accessible to persons who actually require access to this information in order to carry out the work. All measures taken are periodically evaluated and reviewed if necessary.

Your personal data is stored for the purpose of providing our services. Your data may be stored for a longer period, for example to comply with the statutory storage periods. Appropriate measures are in place to ensure that all stored data is properly protected. If there is no reason for storing the data any longer, then it will be destroyed.

What are my rights?
Pursuant to the law, you have a number of rights, namely:

  • right of rectification;
  • right of inspection;
  • right to restriction of processing;
  • right to data portability;
  • right to erasure of data.

If you want to make use of any of the above-mentioned rights, please contact us.

Storage period
Pereira will not store your personal data longer than is strictly necessary based on the statutory storage period. If there is a legitimate interest, personal data may be stored for a longer period.

What should I do if I have a complaint?
Pereira makes every effort to ensure that you, the client, is satisfied. However, if you have a complaint then please contact us.

Changes
Pereira reserves the right to make changes to this privacy statement.

This privacy statement was last modified on March 4, 2019.