Information about us:
BIC Capital Market EOOD (BIC and/or Administrator) is a company registered in the Registry Agency, Commercial Register under Unified Identification Code (BULSTAT): 831927223, with main office and management address: Sofia 1527, 76 Chataldzha Str, tel: 02/980 10 90; fax: 02/981 45 67; e-mail: email@example.com.
What are personal data and their processing?
Under the General Data Protection Regulation:
"Personal data" means any information relating to an identified individual or an individual that can be identified, directly or indirectly, by an identifier such as name, identification number, location data, online identifier or one or more signs specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, psychic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that individual.
"Processing" is any operation or set of operations performed with personal data or a set of personal data by automatic or other means such as collecting, recording, organizing, structuring, storing, adapting or modifying, retrieving, consulting, using, disclosing by transmission, distribution, or other means by which data becomes available, arranged or combined, restricted, deleted or destroyed.
What data is processed by BIC Capital Market Ltd.
1. Provided by the customers/users of the Bulgarian Enterprise Information System (BEIS) (http://beis.bia-bg.com) data needed for:
a) identification and execution of subscriptions and queries:
b) identification and implementation of free limited access to BEIS:
2. Depending on the specific purposes and grounds, BIC also processes public data that is not provided by the subject(s), to which they relate, such as:
They are collected through the media and from official public sources of information about traders, associations and foundations, entered in the Commercial Register and the register of non-profit legal entities and subjects of the BULSTAT register.
3. Provided by subscribers of BIC electronic newsletters:
4. In connection with organizing and conducting basic qualification REFA trainings:
Personal data processing purposes:
1. Processing the data that is required for a subscription or execution of a client request.
BIC processes data for the following purposes:
2. Processing of the data of the subscribers of the electronic publications of BIC in order to send the newsletters.
3. When organizing and conducting qualified REFA trainings for the following purposes:
4. In fulfillment of legal obligations, BIC processes the data of a client for the following purposes:
Categories of third parties accessing and processing personal data:
Term for storing personal data
The duration of the storage of personal data depends on the processing purposes for which it was collected:
Upon a request for report from BEIS, these data are stored until completion of the execution.
When registering for free BEIS services, these data are stored until the service is terminated.
Rights of BIC users/customers in relation to the processing of personal data
(a) objection to the processing of personal data where there is a legitimate ground for doing so where the objection is justified, the person's personal data can no longer be processed.
(a) the accuracy of the data shall be contested for the period during which its accuracy must be verified;
(b) the processing of the data is without legal basis, but instead of being erased, limited processing is required;
(c) where the customer needs them to establish, exercise or protect legal claims;
(d) An objection to the processing of the data was filed, pending verification that the reasons for the administrator are legal.
Applications for the exercise of the stated rights of BIC users/customers in connection with the processing of personal data are filed in person or by an explicit authorized person through a power of attorney. An application may also be made electronically. The adjudication on the request is within 14 days of its submission. If a longer period is objectively necessary - in order to collect all the requested data and this seriously impedes the activity of BIC, this period may be extended to 30 days.
What does the user has to do if he/she does not want cookies installed on his computer?
Some people find that having a place to store information on a computer or mobile device is somewhat interfering, especially when this information is stored and used by unknown third parties. Blocking some or all cookies or removing cookies already placed on the user's device may result in some functionality being lost. This is done by changing the privacy settings of the browser it uses. Some third-party operators have developed tools to deactivate the collection and use of data from their modules.
The BIC site uses the following cookies:
PHP Session ID: This cookie is used to store navigation information.
language: This cookie is used to store the active language to properly redirect each page request.
The following cookies for Google are used on the BIC site:
__utma: This cookie lets you determine how many times a visitor came to the BIC site
__utmb: This cookie is used to know the duration of the site visit
__utmc: This cookie is used to know the duration of the site visit. Its term expires at the end of the session.
__utmz: This cookie lets you determine where the user came from on the site.
An additional module allows disabling Google Analytics (the page may not be available in the user's language).
This Policy is located at: http://daily.bia-bg.com/index.php?f=privacyterms&lang=en
BIC reserves the right at any time to amend and/or supplement this Policy. Changes take effect as soon as they are posted to the site. The policy can be updated at any time without specific notification to BEIS users.
BIC is not responsible if a user does not know this policy.
Sofia, May 2018