Privacy policy

Privacy policy

The Deutsche Börse Group member companies fully appreciate the importance of the personal data entrusted to them. As with all our business processes, the protection of your privacy when processing personal data is an important concern to us and one to which we pay special attention. Personal data are only ever collected, processed and used in accordance with the data protection regulations of the country in which the company responsible for the data processing is based.  

Please note that the Deutsche Börse Group websites may contain links to websites by other providers, which are not covered by this privacy policy.

Collection and processing of personal data

When you visit our websites, our web servers only save the address of your Internet service provider (IP or URL), the name of the website from which you are connecting to us, the Deutsche Börse Group website you visit and the date and duration of your visit. Other personal data such as name, address, telephone number or e-mail address are only required if you contact us directly or wish to register for a newsletter or a closed user group. Which data are collected in the different input masks depends on the individual input fields. Mandatory fields are indicated. All other entries are voluntary.

Withdrawal notice in relation to data storage

Pursuant to § 15 Section 3 of the German Telemedia Act, website visitors are entitled to object to the storage of their visitor data, so that this data will no longer be recorded on this website in the future. If you object to the data storage, a cookie called “webtrekkOptOut” will be placed by the domain webtrekk.net for purposes of exemption from the web controlling process. Technically, the withdrawal notice will remain effective until the aforementioned cookie is deleted.

Use and disclosure of personal data and specification of purpose

We will treat as confidential all data, whether automatically collected or provided to us by you, and will not disclose or sell data to third parties outside Deutsche Börse Group. We only use your personal data to answer your queries, provide a service requested by you or for internal statistical purposes.

We do not automatically disclose personal data to government bodies and authorities, but only in certain cases, in accordance with the applicable laws (e.g. German Stock Exchange Act [Börsengesetz], German Securities Trading Act [Wertpapierhandelsgesetz]).

Use, disclosure of personal data and processing of additional data

The advertisement which you will find on the web sites on Deutsche Börse Group’s entities may deposit little files on your computer – so called cookies – to provide individually adjusted advertisement for products and services. These cookies collect anonymous data about the way the websites are used, which do not make your person identifiable.

If you do not wish your anonymous information related to your visit on our web site to be generated, you may disable the cookie option on your browser. Please refer to the specifications of your browser producer. Further information on how to change your browser setting can be found on wikihow.com.

Collection, use and processing of additional data

The advertising found on the websites of Deutsche Börse Group companies may store small files – so-called cookies – on your computer in order to be able to provide advertisements for products and services tailored specifically to your interests. These cookies collect anonymous data on the use of the websites, which do not enable you to be identified in any way.

If you do not wish your anonymous information to be related to your visits to corresponding websites, you may disable the cookie option on your browser. Please refer to the specifications provided by your browser manufacturer.

Data security

Deutsche Börse Group uses technical and organisational security measures in order to protect your data against manipulation, loss, destruction as well as access by unauthorized persons. Our security measures are continually enhanced as new technology becomes available.

Right to information, public statement of data processing and other rights

Upon request we, Deutsche Börse Group, will inform you in writing and in accordance with the applicable law if and which personal data we have stored relating to you. Should such data be inaccurate, despite our efforts to keep data correct and up to date, we will correct that information at your request. In our public statement of data processing we summarise the information according to legal requirements.

If you have any questions or comments regarding data protection and privacy of personal data at Deutsche Börse Group please contact:

Contact:

Nina Poppinga

Data Protection Officer

Deutsche Börse AG

60485 Frankfurt/Main

 

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