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The information contained on this website (the "Site") has been prepared by Triton Investment Management Limited ("Triton"), registered in Jersey with Company Registration Number 120654 and whose registered office is at Charter Place (1st Floor), 23-27 Seaton Place, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 3QL. The information contained on this Site is for informational purposes only. It should not be regarded as an invitation to apply for an interest in any Triton fund or otherwise do business with Triton and should not be relied upon for any reason whatsoever. The Site is believed by Triton to be accurate and correct but Triton does not accept responsibility for any such information and accordingly Triton accepts no responsibility to any person for the accuracy of the information contained on the Site or for the consequences of any person placing reliance on the content of the Site for any purpose.

Triton manages the Triton Funds. Triton also procures advice from the lead adviser and various sub-advisers either directly or through its affiliates. The Swedish advisor (registered number: 556906-3307), is an independently owned company and provides advice and services on certain matters on a contractual basis. Triton makes the investment and divestment decisions, amongst other matters, on behalf of the General Partners of each Fund. The General Partners make the investments and divestments on behalf of the investors of each of the Trion funds.

Any reference to Triton "investing" or Triton's "investments" means an investment by the General Partner on behalf of the investors in the relevant Fund.

The Site is directed only at persons who are legally able to view it in the jurisdictions in which they are situated such as sophisticated professional investors.

The Triton funds are not suitable investments for the general public and there are extensive restrictions on the type of investor that can be admitted to the Triton funds. Investments in the Triton funds may carry a relatively high degree of risk due to the business and financial uncertainties facing individual portfolio companies. The value of investments may fall as well as rise and consequently the Triton funds may not be able to return to investors all or any of the investments they make, or achieve projected returns. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns and there can be no assurance that the Triton funds will achieve comparable returns or that any targeted returns will be met.

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Updates
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Access
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Acceptable Use
You must not use the Site for any unlawful or fraudulent purposes. You must not misuse the Site by introducing viruses, Trojans, worms, logic bombs or other material which is malicious or technologically harmful. In particular, you must not interfere with, damage or disrupt the Site or any part of it, any equipment or network on which the Site is stored or any software used in connection with the provision of the Site. You must not attack the Site via a denial-of-service attack.

While Triton takes reasonable care to minimise the risk of viruses and technological harmful material existing on our Site, use of this Site is made at your own risk. Accordingly, Triton will not be liable for any loss or damage caused by viruses, a distributed denial-of-service attack or any other technologically harmful material that may infect your computer equipment, computer programs, data or other proprietary material due to your use of the Site or to your downloading of any material posted on the Site, or on any website linked to it.

Without prejudice to its other rights or remedies, Triton reserves the right to take legal proceedings against you for reimbursement of all costs and losses (on an indemnity basis) resulting from your breach of the obligations in this "Acceptable Use" section, and to disclose such information to law enforcement agencies as Triton reasonably believes is necessary.

Accuracy of Information
Although Triton endeavours to ensure that the information contained within this Site is accurate at the time of publication, no representation or warranty is made as to its accuracy or completeness or fitness for any purpose. The Site may contain typographical errors or other inaccuracies, or information that is out of date. Triton is under no obligation to update such material.

The material on this Site is provided "as is", without any conditions, warranties or other terms of any kind. Accordingly, to the maximum extent permitted by law, Triton provides you with this Site on the basis that Triton excludes all representations, express or implied warranties, conditions and other terms which but for this legal notice might have effect in relation to this Site.

Liability
Triton and its employees and affiliates shall not be liable for any direct or indirect loss of revenue, profit, business, data, goodwill or anticipated savings, or for any indirect, special or consequential loss or damages, suffered as a result of reliance on any information or omission on, or the use of, this Site, or for the risks inherent in financial markets.

To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law and regulatory requirements, Triton specifically disclaims liability for any errors, inaccuracies and omissions on the Site and for any loss or damage resulting from its use, whether caused by negligence or otherwise. You agree to assume responsibility for determining whether any legal or regulatory considerations limit access to or use of information, services or products described on the Site and for the use of any information on the Site.

Nothing in this legal notice shall exclude or limit Triton's liability for a) death or personal injury caused by negligence (as such term is defined by the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977); or b) fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation; or c) any liability which cannot be excluded or limited under applicable law.

Linked Websites
The Site may contain or be linked to websites, advice or statements of third parties and such links are for information purposes only. Triton makes no representation as to the accuracy or timeliness of such information, and has not reviewed and will not review such information. Any use of such information is made at your own risk. The inclusion of a link to a third party website does not constitute an endorsement of that third party's website or an endorsement of any products or services that may be advertised on that third party's website. Triton does not take responsibility for the contents of such other websites and any use of such websites is made at your own risk.

Intellectual Property Rights
Copyright Triton Advisers Limited 2016. The contents of this Site are protected by international copyright laws and other intellectual property rights. All copyright, trademarks, designs, patents, intellectual and other property rights in the information contained herein or otherwise on this Site, are owned by Triton Advisers Limited, its affiliates or their respective third party licensors. No rights of any kind are licensed or assigned or shall otherwise pass to persons accessing this information.

You are permitted to print and download extracts from this Site only for your personal reference in connection with use anticipated by this Site, and only provided that:

  • no documents or related graphics on this Site are modified or copied in any way;
  • no graphics on this Site are used separately from accompanying text; and
  • the status of Triton (and that of any identified contributors) as the author of any material on this Site is always acknowledged.

Otherwise, no part of this Site may be reproduced or stored, modified, copied, republished, uploaded, posted, transmitted or distributed, by any means or in any manner, or included in any other website or in any public or private electronic retrieval system or service including but not limited to text, graphics, video, messages, code and/or software without our express prior written consent.

Any commercial use or exploitation of this Site or its content is strictly prohibited.
If you breach any of the terms in this legal notice, your permission to use this Site automatically terminates and you must immediately destroy any downloaded or printed extracts from this Site.

Governing Law and Jurisdiction
This legal notice and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with it or its subject matter, whether of a contractual or non-contractual nature, shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Jersey. The courts of Jersey shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute arising out of or in connection with this legal notice.

The Jersey Financial Services Commission is protected by the Collective Investment Funds (Jersey) Law 1988 and the Financial Services (Jersey) Law 1998 against liability arising from the discharge of its functions under those Laws. For more information about the Commission and regulation in Jersey please see http://www.jerseyfsc.org.

Triton Administration (Jersey) Limited is regulated by the Jersey Financial Services Commission in the conduct of trust company business under the Financial Services (Jersey) Law 1998. Company Registration Number: 102111.

Triton Investment Management Limited is regulated by the Jersey Financial Services Commission in the conduct of fund services business under the Financial Services (Jersey) Law 1998. Company Registration Number: 120654.

Triton Investments Advisers LLP is authorized and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Company Registration Number: OC374555.

Triton Managers Limited is regulated by the Jersey Financial Services Commission in the conduct of funds services business under the Financial Services (Jersey) Law 1998. Company Registration Number: 71499

Triton Managers II Limited is regulated by the Jersey Financial Services Commission in the conduct of funds services business under the Financial Services (Jersey) Law 1998. Company Registration Number: 89128

Triton Managers III Limited is regulated by the Jersey Financial Services Commission in the conduct of funds services business under the Financial Services (Jersey) Law 1998. Company Registration Number: 98417

Triton Managers IV Limited is regulated by the Jersey Financial Services Commission in the conduct of funds services business under the Financial Services (Jersey) Law 1998. Company Registration Number: 108796

Triton Debt Opportunities Managers Limited is regulated by the Jersey Financial Services Commission in the conduct of funds services business under the Financial Services (Jersey) Law 1998. Company Registration Number: 106165

 

 

Last revised on: 1 August 2016

 

                                                                      PRIVACY NOTICE

Updated: 23 May 2018

Issued: 23 May 2018

I. The Purpose of this Notice
This notice sets out how the personal data provided to Triton Investment Management Limited (the “Manager”), Triton Investments Advisers LLP and their affiliated entities and funds (“Funds”) (together, “Triton”, "we" or "us") is used, stored, transferred or otherwise processed, and other matters relating to it.  
 
The Manager can be contacted at Charter Place (1st Floor), 23-27 Seaton Place, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 3QL. Triton can also be contacted at 9 South Street, 3rd Floor, London, W1K 2XA in the United Kingdom.
 
Any questions about the contents of this privacy notice or how personal data will be used, stored, or transferred, should be sent to Matthew Crill via email at crill@triton-partners.com or post at Charter Place (1st Floor), 23-27 Seaton Place, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 3QL .
 
II. Responsibility for personal data
 
The Manager is the “data controller” for the personal information provided to a Fund.  This means that the Manager will become responsible for how the personal data is dealt with by Triton and associated third parties.
 
The Manager is also the data controller for information collected through www.triton-partners.com (the “Website”).
 
III. Uses of personal data
 
The Manager requires personal information in respect of the Funds for a number of reasons, including:
 
(a) verifying the identity of prospective investors for the purpose of complying with the statutory and regulatory requirements of the relevant Fund and any functionary of the Fund in relation to anti-money laundering in the relevant jurisdiction;
 
(b) evaluating and complying with any anti-money laundering, regulatory and tax requirements in respect of the relevant Fund;
 
(c) contacting investors with information about other products and services provided by Triton which the Manager considers may be of interest to investors;
 
(d) carrying out the function of the Manager of the relevant Fund and administering the investor’s investment in the Fund;
 
(e) meeting the legal, regulatory, reporting and/or financial obligations of the relevant Fund or any functionary of the relevant Fund in the relevant jurisdiction, including, without limitation, with respect to compliance with the US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (“FATCA”) and the OECD common reporting standard (“CRS”) or any legislation, regulations or guidance enacted in any jurisdiction that seeks to implement a similar tax reporting or withholding tax regime; and
 
(f) any purpose ancillary to the management and operation of the relevant Fund and/or any of its investments.
 
Triton processes personal data where necessary for the compliance with a legal obligation (as noted above), for the performance of a contract, in connection with legitimate interests of Triton, or on the basis of consent received from the relevant individuals in compliance with the applicable legal requirements in respect of that consent.
 
In limited circumstances, Triton may approach the relevant individual for written consent to allow us to process certain sensitive personal data. If we do so, we will provide the individual with full details of the information to be processed and the reasons for the processing. 
 
Triton also collects personal data when individuals voluntarily submit information to, or contact Triton through, the Website, by emailing Triton using the contact details available on the Website or through other interactions with Triton.  For example, individuals may provide Triton with personal data in a request for general information, through the submission of a business proposal or when expressing an interest in working with, or otherwise discussing employment with, Triton or any portfolio company of Triton. Triton may process any personal data, such as name and e-mail address, for Triton’s reasonable and legitimate business purposes including, but not limited to, the following purposes:
 
(a) Fulfilling requests or reply to inquiries made be the relevant individual;
 
(b) Sending promotional materials, newsletters and other communications;
 
(c) Protecting against, identifying and preventing fraud and other unlawful activity; and
 
(d) Complying with and enforcing applicable legal requirements, including, without limitation, with respect to compliance with FATCA and CRS (as well as any legislation, regulations or guidance enacted in any jurisdiction that seeks to implement a similar tax reporting or withholding tax regime), and relevant industry standards and Triton policies.
 
Triton employees, workers and/or contractors should also refer to the Triton Employee, Workers and Contractors Privacy Notice for information relating to the processing of their personal data.
 
IV. Consequences of not providing personal data
 
As set out at point III above, the Manager requires personal information in respect of the Funds to be able to comply with its legal and regulatory obligations and to operate the relevant Fund.  Accordingly, if personal data required is not provided, a prospective investor may not be able to invest in a Fund. 
 
The submission of personal data through the Website or by email is voluntary.
 
V. Disclosure to third parties
 
In relation to personal data processed in connection with a Fund, each Fund’s structure involves legal entities affiliated with Triton to allow it to operate and fulfil its aims. Affiliated entities to which personal data may be transferred include Triton Investments Advisers LLP and the other group companies, information about which can be found at http://www.triton-partners.com/contact/.  
 
The Manager also relies on third parties to help it document, effect and administer investments in each Fund both at the outset and on an on-going basis.  In addition, Triton and its portfolio companies benefit from West Park Management Services Limited (“West Park”) and the services provided by it.  In order to receive those, Triton may disclose personal data of investors to West Park. The Manager may, therefore, transfer personal data to third parties from time to time including:
 
(a) Triton’s legal and other advisers to allow them to facilitate investments in the relevant Fund;
 
(b) Any Fund’s outsourced administrator or other service providers, such as (but not limited to) depositaries, that provide administrative services to the Fund; and
 
(c) Investors in the Funds as provided for in the relevant laws applicable to the Funds and constitutional documents of the Funds.
 
There may also be circumstances where Triton is obliged by law to disclose personal data, including to law enforcement agencies and applicable regulators.
 
VI. Location of personal data
 
It may be necessary for Triton or associated third parties to effect cross-border transfers of personal data, including to the United States of America and to other countries outside the European Economic Area (the “EEA”).  In some cases, personal data may be transferred to jurisdictions outside of the EEA that are not deemed to have  data protection frameworks that are equivalent to those of the EEA countries and Jersey, such as the United States of America. Such transfers may be to other Triton entities, to governmental, regulatory or judicial authorities, auditors, legal advisors or agents as well as to sub-contractors engaged by Triton.  Triton uses data transfer agreements incorporating standard contractual clauses approved by the European Commission to transfer personal data to such jurisdictions.
 
VII. Retention periods
 
Triton and those third parties to whom personal data is transferred will retain that data as long as is necessary for the purposes set out in Section III.  In particular, Triton will hold certain personal data and other information regarding investors in Funds for at least as long as they remain investors.  The retention period may extend beyond the investment term where necessary for the Funds’ legitimate interests, including to comply with legal or regulatory obligations or to facilitate the relevant Funds’ on-going administration and performance.
 
VIII. Individual rights
 
Individuals whose personal data is processed by Triton have certain legal rights in respect of the information.  These include:
 
⦁ The right to request access to personal data.
 
⦁ The right to obtain information about the use of personal data including: (i) the purposes for which personal data is being used; (ii) the categories of personal data being used; (iii) to whom personal data has been or will be disclosed; (iv) where possible, the period for which data will be retained; (v) the right to require rectification or erasure of personal data or restrict or object to its use; (vi) the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority; (vii) where the personal data are not collected from the data subject, any available information as to their source; and (viii) whether personal data is subject to any automated decision-making including profiling.
 
⦁ The right to require rectification (correction) of errors in personal data without undue delay.
 
⦁ The right to have personal data erased without undue delay in certain circumstances including where: (i) the personal data no longer needs to be processed for the purposes for which it was collected; (ii) the data subject withdraws consent (iii) the data subject objects to the processing (iv) the personal data has been processed unlawfully; and (v) erasure is required by applicable law.
 
⦁ The right to restrict the processing of personal data in certain situations including where: (i) the data subject is contesting the accuracy of the personal data; (ii) the data is being processed unlawfully but the data subject does not want the data erased; (iii) the personal data is no longer needed for the purposes for which the data subject provided it but the data subject requires that data to help establish, exercise or defend legal claims.
 
⦁ The right to receive personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and transmit that data to a third party.
If an individual wishes to exercise any of these rights and Triton has transferred that person’s data to a third party, Triton will communicate that request to the relevant third party unless it would be impossible or involve disproportionate effort for Triton to do so.
In the limited circumstances where the individual may have provided their consent to the collection, processing and transfer of personal information for a specific purpose, the individual has the right to withdraw consent for that specific processing at any time. 
To withdraw consent, please contact Matthew Crill. Once we have received notification that the individual has withdrawn consent, we will no longer process information for the purpose or purposes that the individual originally agreed to, unless we have another legitimate basis for doing so.
 
IX. Cookies
 
When an individual visits the Website or opens emails from Triton, certain information may be collected by automated means, such as cookies.  Information about Triton’s use of cookies can be found at: http://www.triton-partners.com/cookie-policy.
 
X. Links to other sites
 
The Website may provide links to other websites for convenience and information. These websites may operate independently from Triton.  Linked sites may have their own privacy notices or policies, which Triton strongly suggests individuals review.  To the extent any linked websites are not owned or controlled by Triton, Triton is not responsible for their content, any use of the websites, or the privacy practices of the websites.
 
XI. Automated decision-making processes
 
Triton does not use personal data for any automated decision-making or profiling purposes.
 
XII. Updates
 
This notice may be updated periodically and without prior notice to reflect changes in Triton’s personal information practices. Triton will post the updated version on the Website and indicate at the top of the notice when it was most recently updated.
 
XIII. Feedback or Complaints
 
Any questions about the contents of this notice or Triton’s use of personal data should be addressed to Matthew Crill via email at crill@triton-partners.com or post at Charter Place (1st Floor), 23-27 Seaton Place, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 3QL.
 
Issues or concerns individuals have regarding their personal data can also be brought to the attention of the Office of the Information Commissioner of Jersey or the UK Information Commissioner’s Office or any applicable supervisory authority.
 
Information regarding the UK Information Commissioner’s Office and its powers can be found on its website at: www.ICO.org.uk.  
 
Details of the Office of the Information Commissioner of Jersey can be found at https://dataci.je/.
 

 

 

PRIVACY NOTICE FOR EMPLOYEES, WORKERS AND CONTRACTORS

 

Updated: 21 May 2018

Issued: 24 May 2018

I. The Purpose of this Notice
 
This notice sets out how West Park Management Services Limited and its subsidiaries and affiliated entities (together, “West Park”, “we” or "us") process the personal data of West Park’s employees, workers and contractors. 
 
West Park can be contacted Charter Place (1st Floor), 23-27 Seaton Place, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 3QL. 
Any questions about the contents of this privacy notice or how personal data will be used, stored, or transferred, should be sent to Matthew Crill via email at crill@triton-partners.com or post at Charter Place (1st Floor), 23-27 Seaton Place, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 3QL.
 
II. Responsibility for personal data
 
The relevant engaging entity is the “data controller” for the personal information of its employee's, worker's and contractor's (the “Employer”).  This means that the Employer will become responsible for how the personal data is dealt with by West Park and associated third parties.
 
III. Uses of personal data
 
We will process the personal data of employees, workers and contractors (including sensitive personal data such as health data and data on criminal offences or alleged offences) for purposes relating to employment, including but not limited to: 
 
⦁ making a recruitment or appointment decision;
 
⦁ determining the terms of engagement or appointment;
 
⦁ ensuring the ability to work in the relevant jurisdiction;
 
⦁ administering and maintaining personnel records;
 
⦁ paying and reviewing salary, profit share and other remuneration and benefits;
 
⦁ providing and administering benefits (including, if relevant, pension, life assurance, permanent health insurance and medical insurance); 
 
⦁ undertaking performance appraisals and reviews and determining suitability for continued employment;
 
⦁ business management and planning;
 
⦁ assessing qualifications for a particular job or task, including decisions about promotions;
 
⦁ education, training and development requirements;
 
⦁ maintaining sickness and other absence records and for health and safety reasons;
 
⦁ ensuring safety whilst travelling on work-related trips;
keeping records of telephone conversations to comply with regulatory requirements and obligations;
 
⦁ taking decisions as to fitness for work;
 
⦁ providing references;
 
⦁ equal opportunities monitoring;
 
⦁ dealing with legal disputes involving employees, workers and contractors, including accidents at work;
 
⦁ complying with health and safety obligations;
 
⦁ investigating and resolving grievances or complaints or breaches of contract of employment, internal
regulations, or West Park’s codes or policies;
 
⦁ monitoring use of West Park’s information and communication systems to ensure compliance with IT policies; and/or
 
⦁ co-operating in legal proceedings involving West Park or inquiries or investigations by governmental, administrative, judicial, or regulatory authorities.
 
West Park processes employee, worker and contractor personal data for the above-stated reasons when doing so is necessary for the performance of the contract of employment, contract for service or other agreement with the relevant employee, worker and/or contractor or where doing so is necessary to comply with an employment law related obligation of West Park or otherwise necessary for legitimate interests pursued by West Park, including but not limited to:
 
⦁ in order to consider applications for employment and/or engagement;
 
⦁ management of West Park’s relationship with employees, workers and consultants
 
⦁ being efficient about how we fulfil our legal and contractual duties;
 
In limited circumstances, West Park may approach its employees, workers and/or contractors for written consent to allow us to process certain particularly sensitive data. If we do so, we will provide the employee, worker and/or contractor with full details of the information that we would like and the reason we need it, so that the employee, worker and/or contractor can carefully consider whether to give consent. It is not a condition of the employee's, worker's and/or contractor's contract with us to agree to any request for consent from us.
 
IV. Consequences of not providing personal data
 
As set out at point III above, we require personal information in respect of employees, workers and contractors to be able to carry out the employment contract, contract for service or other agreement with the relevant employee, worker and/or contractor and to comply with legal obligations. Accordingly, if employee, worker and/or contractor personal data is not provided, the relevant individual will generally not be able to be employed and/or engaged by West Park.
 
V. Disclosure to third parties
 
In order to process employee, worker and/or contractor personal data for the above purposes, we may disclose that personal data to:
 
⦁ West Park principals, officers, members, and employees, wherever located, if necessary for the relevant purpose; 
 
⦁ West Park’s agents, contractors, consultants, or advisers or any third party involved with payments or benefits to which employee dependent(s) or other beneficiaries are entitled, and to such dependent(s) or other beneficiaries;
 
⦁ Potential future employers when providing references and information
 
⦁ Governmental and quasi-governmental bodies for social security, tax, and other purposes, including Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs, the Comptroller of Taxes, the National Insurance Contributions Office and/or the Social Security Department;
 
⦁ Potential future acquirers of any West Park entity, division, or business where the relevant employee works;
 
⦁ West Park’s contractors, when a part of West Park’s operations may be outsourced or re-tendered; 
 
⦁ Governmental, administrative, judicial, or regulatory authorities when necessary to co-operate in proceedings, inquiries, or investigations; and/or
 
⦁ Anyone to whom the relevant employee authorises disclosure.
 
I. Location of personal data
 
It may be necessary for West Park or associated third parties to effect cross-border transfers of personal data, including to the United States of America and to other countries outside the European Economic Area (the “EEA”).  In some cases, personal data may be transferred to jurisdictions outside of the EEA that are not deemed to have data protection frameworks that are equivalent to those of the EEA countries and Jersey, such as the United States of America.  Such transfers may be to other West Park entities, to governmental, regulatory or judicial authorities, auditors, legal advisors or agents as well as to sub-contractors such as third-party payroll, benefit, or personnel administrators engaged by West Park.   West Park uses data transfer agreements incorporating standard contractual clauses approved by the European Commission to transfer personal data to such jurisdictions.
 
VII. Retention periods
 
West Park and those third parties to whom personal data is transferred will retain that data as long as is necessary for the purposes set out in Section III.  In particular, West Park will hold certain personal data and other information regarding employees, workers and/or contractors for at least as long as they remain employees, workers and/or contractors of a West Park entity.  The retention period may extend beyond the employment, engagement or membership term where necessary for West Park to comply with legal or regulatory obligations or where doing so is in the legitimate interests of West Park such as in connection with any disputes or legal proceedings relating to the employee’s employment, engagement or membership.
 
VIII. Individual rights
 
Employees, workers and/or contractors have certain legal rights in respect of their personal data.  These include:
 
⦁ The right to request access to personal data.
 
⦁ The right to obtain information about the use of personal data including: (i) the purposes for which personal data is being used; (ii) the categories of personal data being used; (iii) to whom personal data has been or will be disclosed; (iv) where possible, the period for which data will be retained; (v) the right to require rectification or erasure of personal data or restrict or object to its use; (vi) the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority; (vii) where the personal data are not collected from the data subject, any available information as to their source; and (viii) whether personal data is subject to any automated decision-making including profiling.
 
⦁ The right to require rectification (correction) of errors in personal data without undue delay.
 
⦁ The right to have personal data erased without undue delay in certain circumstances including where: (i) the personal data no longer needs to be processed for the purposes for which it was collected; (ii) the data subject withdraws consent (iii) the data subject objects to the processing (iv) the personal data has been processed unlawfully; and (v) erasure is required by applicable law.
⦁ The right to restrict the processing of personal data in certain situations including where: (i) the data subject is contesting the accuracy of the personal data; (ii) the data is being processed unlawfully but the data subject does not want the data erased; (iii) the personal data is no longer needed for the purposes for which the data subject provided it but the data subject requires that data to help establish, exercise or defend legal claims; (iv) the data subject has objected to processing pending verification on whether legitimate grounds or reasons of public interest of the controller override those of the data subject.
 
⦁ The right to receive personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and transmit that data to a third party.
 
If an employee wishes to exercise any of these rights and West Park has transferred that person’s data to a third party, West Park will communicate that request to the relevant third party unless it would be impossible or involve disproportionate effort for West Park to do so.
 
IX. Right to withdraw consent  
 
In the limited circumstances where the employee, worker and/or contractor may have provided their consent to the collection, processing and transfer of personal information for a specific purpose, the individual has the right to withdraw consent for that specific processing at any time. 
 
To withdraw consent, please contact Matthew Crill. Once we have received notification that the individual has withdrawn consent, we will no longer process information for the purpose or purposes that the individual originally agreed to, unless we have another legitimate basis for doing so in law.
 
X. Automated decision-making processes
 
West Park does not use personal data for any automated decision-making or profiling purposes.
 
XI. Updates
 
This notice may be updated periodically and without prior notice to reflect changes in West Park’s personal information practices. West Park will post the updated version on Navigator and indicate at the top of the notice when it was most recently updated.
 
XII. Feedback or Complaints
 
Any questions about the contents of this notice or West Park’s use of personal data should be addressed to Matthew Crill via email at crill@triton-partners.com or post at Charter Place (1st Floor), 23-27 Seaton Place, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 3QL .
 
Issues or concerns individuals have regarding their personal data can also be brought to the attention of the Office of the Information Commissioner of Jersey or the UK Information Commissioner’s Office or any applicable supervisory authority.
 
Details of the UK Information Commissioner’s Office and its powers can be found on its website at: www.ICO.org.uk.  
 
Details of the Office of the Information Commissioner of Jersey can be found at https://dataci.je/.
 
 

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