From 25 May 2018, it will become easier for you as a customer of Danske Bank to get an overview over and control of the personal data we have registered about you and to know what we use it for.
The background is the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that takes effect on this date. The rules apply to all businesses, organisations and public institutions in the EU.
What is personal data?
Personal data is data that can be linked to you as a person. Examples of personal data, we typically register your name, address, your financial situation etc.
Our privacy notice describes in detail what data we register, how we use it and your rights as a customer.
Why do we register and use personal data?
At Danske Bank we register and use data about you to offer the best advice and solutions, keep your finances safe and comply with the legal requirements that apply to us as a financial institution.
This means that we register and use personal data when
you have made or are considering making an agreement with us for a service or product you have granted us consent to use your personal data for specific purpose it's our legal duty.
Looking after your data in the same careful way as we look after your finances is fundamental for building and maintaining a strong relationship with you, and we take all the relevant measures to protect your data and privacy.
What personal data do we register and use?
Depending on the service or product, we register and use different types of personal data. Personal data is information about you that you provide or have allowed us to register, including basic personal data (e.g. contact details),
financial information (e.g. income) and debt details about the services and products we provide to you.
If you believe that we have data about you that is not up to date or irrelevant, you are always welcome to contact us.