Privacy Notice

Last updated on 9 May 2018

LDC (Managers) Limited of One Vine Street London W1J 0AH

How we use your personal and business information

Your information will be held by the Lloyds Banking Group entity which provides the banking relationship(s) to the business. This may be LDC (Managers) Limited, Lloyds Development Capital (Holdings) Limited and/or LDC GP LLP. This privacy notice is to let you know how companies within the Group look after your information. This includes what you tell us about yourself, what we learn by having the business as a customer, and your marketing choices. This notice also tells you about your privacy rights and how the law protects you.

This Privacy Notice covers both personal and business information, and for the purpose of this Privacy Notice the following words have the following meanings:

  • “You/your” means Key Account Parties and Account Parties of the business. In this context “Key Account Parties” means individuals who are sole traders, partners, directors, company secretaries, member or beneficial owners, trustees or other controlling officials within the business. “Account Parties” means individuals (other than Key Account Parties) who have provided their personal information in connection with the products and services provided to the business by us.
  • “The business” means the business you are associated with and which is our customer, whether it is a company, limited liability partnership, partnership, sole trader, or other entity such as a special purpose vehicle, club, charity or trust.
  1. Personal information and the law

    This section tells you who we are, what your personal information is, and how we get it. It explains how the law protects you by controlling what is allowed to happen to it.

    1. Who we are
    2. How the law protects you
    3. Groups of personal information
    4. Where we collect personal information from
    5. How long we keep your personal information
    6. If you choose not to give personal information
    7. Cookies
  2. The control you have

    This section covers how to complain or withdraw your consent. It also tells you how you can get a copy of your personal information, or ask for it to be changed or removed.

    1. How to complain
    2. How to withdraw your consent
    3. Letting us know if your personal information is incorrect
    4. How to get a copy of your personal information
    5. Your rights
  3. How personal and business information is used

    This tells you who we share personal and business information with. It explains what it's used for in marketing, to provide credit and to combat fraud - and how this can affect you.

    1. Who we share your information with
    2. How we work out what marketing the business receives
    3. How we use information to make automated decisions
    4. Credit Reference Agencies (CRAs)
    5. Fraud and Financial Crime prevention agencies
    6. Sending data outside of the EEA

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