The information and documents on the websites www.rosedgecapital.com (the “Rosedge-Website”) do not constitute or provide any advice. Rosedge strives to constantly update the information and documents on the Rosedge-Website and to ensure their correctness. However, Rosedge does not assume any responsibility for the accuracy, completeness and suitability of the information and documents provided.
Rosedge expressly excludes any liability and responsibility for any errors or omissions, the consequences of the use of the information and/or documents or the Rosedge-Website themselves.
Rosedge does not assume any responsibility for other websites and contents which refer to Rosedge-Website or which are referred to from the Rosedge-Website.
Rosedge is extremely concerned about protecting and ensuring the security and confidentiality of the data Rosedge receives in the course of its business activities or which it obtains and/or processes from publicly available sources (“Rosedge-Data”). Rosedge-Data will be processed in accordance with the provisions of the applicable Swiss data privacy laws and, if applicable, the European General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”). In case Rosedge-Data were received from clients, they are subject to the confidentiality agreed terms.
Rosedge is responsible for the processing of the data. Rosedge-Data consist of information which Rosedge receives and/or collects in connection with its existing, former or potential client relationships and other existing, former or potential contractual relationships as well as in connection with the operation of websites operated by Rosedge (the “Rosedge Websites”) and the related applications in which Rosedge has a legitimate interest according to its corporate purpose and/or which at the discretion of Rosedge are necessary for the conduct of their business.
To the extent permitted by law, Rosedge gathers Rosedge-Data also from publicly accessible sources (e.g. debt registers, land registers, commercial registers, attorneys’ registers, media, internet) or obtains these from clients, contractual partners, courts, arbitral tribunals, public authorities, correspondence lawyers, business information systems and/or third parties.
In particular, Rosedge-Data include information and details relating to professional functions and activities of clients and third parties, information on financial status and credit reports, bank and insurance disclosures, as well as all other further data which are relevant for the course of business of Rosedge. Furthermore, Rosedge-Data contain addresses and information related to the use of Rosedge’s Websites.
Rosedge Data serve the purpose of providing legal services, the purchase of products and services from third parties, other acts related to the corporate purpose which are necessary in the course of business, the safeguarding of the interests of Rosedge as well as the compliance with legal and regulatory obligations in Switzerland and abroad and detections of infringements in this regard, the development of offers, services and websites and other platforms on which Rosedge is present, advertisement and marketing, the organisation of events, the protection of domiciliary rights and other measures to ensure the safety of IT, premises and facilities and the protection of the organs and the employees of Rosedge and other individuals and assets entrusted to Rosedge.
Rosedge’s Websites use “cookies”, Google Analytics and similar technologies for marketing purposes. Providers of these services do not receive any data about clients, business partners or other third parties from Rosedge. For more info please visit Cookies policy.
Additional data is automatically collected by certain IT systems when visiting Rosedge’s Websites. These are mainly technical data (e.g. internet browser, operating system or time of the page access). The collection of these data takes place automatically as soon as a Rosedge’ Website is accessed.
In the context of the corporate purpose of Rosedge and in particular for the performance of financial services as well as for the business practice in general, Rosedge-Data can be disclosed to third parties in Switzerland and abroad. In doing so, all legal requirements will be abided by.
Rosedge-Data are processed and stored in accordance with legal retention and documentation obligations and/or the legal prescription periods as well as long as required for legitimate business interests.
Rosedge takes all legally designated and appropriate technical and organizational security measures to protect Rosedge-Data.
Information we collect
The personal information that you are asked to provide, and the reasons why you are asked to provide it, will be made clear to you at the point we ask you to provide your personal information.
If you contact us directly, we may receive additional information about you such as your name, email address, phone number, the contents of the message and/or attachments you may send us, and any other information you may choose to provide.
Starting a business relationship with Rosedge obliges the person concerned to provide data to Rosedge, so that they can fulfil their contractual obligations. A refusal to provide required data would authorize Rosedge to immediately terminate the business relationship.
In accordance with applicable data privacy laws and, if applicable, the GDPR, one has the right to access, rectify and erase its personal data, the right to restrict the processing or to object to data processing or to recall the consent to data processing in addition to the right to receive certain personal data for the purpose of transferring such data to another controller. Exercising these rights requires that the identity of the person concerned is clearly established. Rosedge reserves the right to assert those designated restrictions in connection with the rights listed herein.