At Navona Investors Services Limited (“Navona”), we take looking after your personal data and protecting the rights of our clients and partners very seriously.
Processing and use of personal data:
During the use of this website, your personal data will be collected and saved by our company only to the extent to which you wish such data storage and processing to take place within the context of an inquiry or registration for specific services offered by our company.
If you wish to subscribe to the Navona newsletter, we will request your name and a valid email address, which can be supplied to us through an online form or by e-mail. This private information will be used solely for the purpose of providing you with our newsletter. You may unsubscribe from our mailing list at any time and your personal data will be deleted.
Passing on information to third parties:
Navona will treat the personal data that you send to us through our online form or by e-mail as confidential. We entrust “blackDot.ca”, an external service provider, to save and maintain your personal data on their servers for the sole use of mailing Navona’s newsletters or prospectuses. Otherwise, we will only pass on your data to third parties if we are required to do so by law.
- Browser type and version
- Operating System
- Origin (referrer)
- Time of access
- Duration of access
- Pages visited
- Hostname (IP address)
It is important to know that cookies are not viruses and will not harm your computer.
Obtaining Your Consent:
By using this website, you give your approval for data to be collected about you in the manner and for the purpose described above. If you do not wish cookies to be saved to your computer, you will have to delete the cookies from your computer yourself.
The protection of your personal data to prevent loss, destruction, manipulation and unauthorized access is of utmost importance to us. All employees and third parties involved in data processing have undertaken to treat personal data confidentially. However, the transmission of data via the internet, such as e-mail communication, may be subject to security gaps. Seamless protection of data from access by third parties is impossible.