When you use our Electronic Services, our backend systems may automatically record information about your usage (such as your IP address, http-header user agent, browser, device-specific information the content you accessed, time and date of access, user interaction, usage, and the redirecting website from which you came to our Electronic Services). Aspen Asset Management AG also processes personal data such as your name, address, e-mail address, phone number, gender, date of birth, and other information you provide to us when you register for our Electronic Services or fill out an application form.
The legal basis for data processing and the purpose of data processing
The following legal reasons are used to process the data:
In order to protect our legitimate interests
The data is processed for the following purposes:
All of your personal data is processed in compliance with relevant data protection regulations and for as long as is necessary.
Aspen Asset Management AG only distributes Electronic Services use data to third parties as authorized by law, if we are legally required to do so, or if disclosure is required to enforce our rights, such as claims resulting from a contractual agreement. We may send data inside Aspen Asset Management AG between Group companies in Switzerland and overseas for this reason and improve our goods and services. Additionally, if necessary for providing products and services, we may release data to third-party service providers. Such service providers are prohibited from using the information for any reason other than processing the order in question. All of the following individuals and companies that may receive data must comply with all applicable data protection laws, as well as Aspen Asset Management AG's data protection standards.
On request or under a continuing obligation to give information, Aspen Asset Management AG may disclose data to authorities, judicial authorities, or other people of authority, as required by relevant legislation.
Taking into account the applicable legal and regulatory requirements, Aspen Asset Management AG will make every effort to implement appropriate technical and organizational security measures to ensure that your personal data processed within the Aspen Asset Management AG-controlled IT environment is protected against unauthorized access, misuse, loss, and/or destruction.
Firewalls, passwords, and encryption and authentication technologies are all used by Aspen Asset Management AG to protect both physical and electronic processes. Our workers and the service providers we hire are obligated to maintain professional secrecy and abide by all data protection laws.
Furthermore, access to personal data is limited to those employees, contractors, and third parties that require it for data processing and the supply of products and services (need to know principle).
Aspen Asset Management AG would like to remind you that if you use our Electronic Services over an open network, third parties (such as app stores, network providers, or the manufacturer of your device) may be able to access and handle your data from wherever they are. Aspen Asset Management AG has no control over open networks; thus they cannot be considered a secure environment. Data may be intercepted, altered, corrupted, lost, destroyed, arrive late or incomplete, include viruses, or be monitored during transmission via such an open network. Data transferred via an open network, in particular, may leave the nation – even if both the sender and the receiver are in the same country – and be sent to and potentially processed in third-party countries, where data privacy laws may be less stringent than in your home country.
We cannot be held responsible for the security of data transferred via an open network, and we assume no responsibility or liability for the security of your data during transmission. As a result, we advise against sending any private information via open networks.
Cookies are used by Aspen Asset Management AG Electronic Services for statistical purposes as well as to improve the user experience. Cookies are tiny files that are saved on your computer to keep track of your visit to the Electronic Services and your choices; as you navigate between sites; and to remember settings between visits. Cookies assist Electronic Services developers in gathering information about how often users visit specific sections of the site and in customizing Electronic Services to be more helpful and user-friendly.
Please keep in mind that most web browsers allow cookies by default. You may choose your browser not to save any cookies or just specific types of cookies on your device or always display a warning when a new cookie is received. However, disabling cookies may prohibit you from accessing certain features of our Electronic Services. Cookies are only permanent for a user session and are erased after the session is over for some Electronic Services.
For the purpose of reporting on Electronic Services, we employ a variety of third-party analytic tools, such as Google Analytics. This entails the production of pseudo-anonymized data, and the usage of cookies to analyze how users interact with our Electronic Services. These cookies collect information about your usage of the site, such as:
Personal data may be sent to third-party servers in countries outside of the European Union for analysis.
You may have the following rights under relevant data protection laws and regulations:
You also have the right to file a complaint with the relevant Data Protection Supervisory Authority.