Zpracování osobních údajů – JLV, a. s. směnárna - Hotel Abito

Zpracování osobních údajů – JLV, a. s. směnárna


JLV, a.s. Exchange Office

Like all the other financial companies, in some cases we are obliged to require clients to prove their identity in order to acquire, process and store their personal data. This obligation is imposed by the Act No. 253/2008 Coll., on Selected Measures against Legitimisation of Proceeds of Crime and Financing of Terrorism and the Act No. 136/2011 Coll., on the Circulation of Banknotes and Coins.

The person who processes the personal data is the company JLV, a. s., ID 452 72 298, with registered office at Chodovská 3/228, Prague 4 (hereinafter referred to as "the Company"). The processing and storing of personal data take place exclusively at the headquarters of the Company and are performed exclusively by the Company's employees. The data shall not be passed on to any other person, except in the cases laid down by the legislation in force. Personal data is processed so as the service can be provided.

Providing the data is obligatory. The service cannot be provided to the client without providing the required data. Our employees are entitled to require the client to present his or her identity card; they are also entitled to process the client’s personal data contained therein or to request the client to provide or give evidence of further information and personal data regarding the client (natural or legal person) and some other persons (managing directors, beneficial owners, controlling persons, agents, represented persons, recipients, etc.). The data includes, in particular, the following:

  • full name and surname, citizenship (all countries), residential address (all types of residence), date, place and country of birth, national identity number or its equivalent which is assigned abroad, and sex;
  • type and number of the ID card, the authority that issued the ID card including the name of the country and the period of validity;
  • company name, its registered address or address of the place of business, ID number, VAT payer’s number, list of the countries where the places of business, organizational units or other business representation of the client are located;
  • information about whether the client is a politically exposed person or not, about his or her status in a legal entity (managing director, agent, beneficial owner, etc.), possibly other data that the company considers useful in order to combat legitimisation of proceeds of crime and financing of terrorism, or to apply international sanctions.

In case the client's data is required by the Act No. 136/2011 Coll., on the Circulation of Banknotes and Coins, i.e. if the client submits a banknote or a coin suspected of having been counterfeited or altered, the client is obliged to present his or her ID card and to provide some of the personal information hereof, including his or her bank account number for a possible refund. If the client refuses to do so, the cashier will have to call the Police of the Czech Republic for assistance.

Personal data includes the data related to the service provided (e.g. the type of service, its parameters, etc.) and the data necessary to fulfil the legal duty to disclose information. Personal data may also include identification details of other persons who are connected with the provided service, e.g. of other natural persons legally representing the client on the basis of law or a power of attorney, etc. In addition to the personal data obtained directly from the client, personal data is collected from the publicly available records, registers and lists such as cadastre, commercial register, insolvency register, etc.

The personal data is processed manually and automatically in electronic information systems, in an electronic or paper form, always with high technical, organizational and personnel security in accordance with the requirements of the Personal Data Protection Act.

Personal data is processed to the extent that it has been provided or to which the Company is entitled or required to identify in compliance with the legislation. Personal data shall be processed for the period within which the Company is obliged or entitled to retain the data in compliance with the generally binding legislation; the same applies in the case the service has not been provided.

In addition to the Company, personal data may also be made accessible to other persons, however, only if there is a legitimate reason for accessing such personal data (e.g. investigative, prosecuting and adjudicating bodies or other law enforcement authorities with the lawful authorization for access to information) or if it is necessary to protect the rights of the Company.

If a client requests information on the processing of his or her personal data, the Company is required to provide this information without undue delay; the Company may require a reasonable reimbursement, which must not exceed the costs necessary to provide the information. If a client discovers or believes that the Company carries out the processing of his or her personal data which is contrary to the client’s privacy or personal life, or conflicts with the law, in particular if the personal data is inaccurate with regard to the purpose of its processing, he or she can require the Company to give explanations or to require the Company to eliminate the resulting situation. In particular, it refers to blocking, correcting, supplementing or liquidation of personal data. If such a request is found to be legitimate, the Company shall immediately eliminate the nonconformity.

JLV, a. s.

Chodovská 3/228, Prague 4, 141 00, Czech Republic

http://jlv.cz/, email: jlv@jlv.cz, tel.: (+420) 271 003 213