In a context of global competition, the enterprises have to keep growing their competences in order to deal with the market changes.
To help shape these competences, Confindustria Firenze and Nivi Credit have the pleasure to invite you at the Workshop entitled “Enterprises’ Internationalization: financial and credit protection tools”, scheduled for January the 19th 2018 at 14:30 at Confindustria Firenze headquarters.
The event will involve the participation of representatives of bank and debt collection area, who will provide with practical information for enterprises operating or which want to operate in the international scene.
January 19th 2018, at 14:30 at Confindustria Firenze headquarters, Via Valfonda n.9
14:30 Welcome drink
15:00 Welcome – Confindustria Firenze
15:30 Debt collection at international level: critical issues, approach, solutions – Shaun Duncan – TCM CEO
16:00 International Business information from official data and investigation sources – Fabio Scartoni – Nivi Credit
16:45 Coffee break
17:00 Opportunities to access the credit – Briganti Elia – BNL Enterprises’ Responsible of Relationships Development
INFORMATION UNDER ART. 12 AND FOLLOWING UE REG. 2016/679, ON PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
Nivi Group S.p.A. (hereinafter “Nivi Group”), based in Florence, IT-50127, via O. da Pordenone 20, holder of the website www.nivigroup.com (hereinafter “Website”), hereby provides the privacy information under art. 13 of UE Regulation 2016/679 of 27th of April 2016, in capacity of holder of processing of users’ data, who use the “contacts” area of the Website (hereinafter “Users”).
Purpose of the processing
The Users’ personal data are collected and processed by Nivi Group for the sole scope to handle their application.
The processing of Users’ personal data is carried out through manual and information technology tools according to criteria strictly linked to the purposes and, anyway, in order to guarantee the security and confidentiality of data.
Range of communication and disclosure of data Nivi Group’s Employees and/or collaborators in charge of managing the assistance to Users may acquire information on Users’ personal data. Such persons, who are formally named as “processors”, shall process the User’s data exclusively for the purposes mentioned in this information and in compliance to the provisions of Regulation.
It is possible that third parties acquire information on Users’ data. Such persons process the personal data on behalf of Nivi Group in capacity of “external processing managers”, such as IT and logistic services providers aimed to the Website functioning, outsourcing services or cloud computing providers, professionals and consultants. The Users have the right to get a list of the responsible persons for processing named by Nivi Group, by requesting it as indicated in the next paragraph n. 4.
Users’ personal data shall not be disclosed in any way.
Rights of Interested Parties
In order to exercise your rights or to get any further information or clarification on this policy, we hereby invite you to contact the Holder to the following contact details:
Nivi Credit S.r.l.
Via O. da Pordenone
tel. + 39 055 344031
fax +39 055 3440335
Under the conditions laid down by UE Regulation 2016/679, you may exercise the following rights:
Art. 15 Right of access of the interested party;
Art. 16 Right of rectification;
Art. 17 Right of cancellation;
Art. 18 Right of processing limitation;
Art. 20 Right of data portability;
Art. 21 and art. 22: Right of opposition and automated decisional process relating to natural persons.
To verify the conditions and modalities for exercising the abovementioned rights, we refer to the full text of the mentioned provisions, available on the website: www.garanteprivacy.it.
We also inform you that, if you think your rights mentioned above have been violated, the current legislation allows you to complain to the national Control Authority.
The Holder is not responsible for updating all the links on this Information, therefore whenever a link is not working and/or updated, the Users acknowledge and accept that they always have to refer to document and/or website area via that link.