Maxwell Davies Limited Insolvency Services Privacy Statement
In this Privacy Notice, ‘Office Holder’ refers to insolvency practitioners (i.e. administrators, liquidators) and Maxwell Davies Limited (‘MDL’), each of which is a separate legal entity. The ‘Company’ is the insolvent entity for which the Office Holders have been appointed for, and ‘You’ refers to the data subjects concerned by the insolvency procedure of the Company (i.e. employees, creditors). The Office Holders may collect and process your personal data in order to meet their legal and regulatory obligations under the Insolvency Act 1986. MDL may process your personal data for the legitimate interests of assisting the Office Holders in the performance of their legal and regulatory obligations with regards with the insolvency procedures. For clarity purposes, the Company remains data controller of your personal data processed for purposes that are not related to the legal and regulatory obligations of the Office Holders.
Formal insolvency appointments include bankruptcy and individual voluntary arrangements in respect of individuals; and receivership, administration, creditors’ voluntary liquidation, compulsory winding up, company voluntary arrangement and members’ voluntary liquidation in respect of corporate entities (“Insolvency Services”). The conditions in this statement apply in addition to those for use of the Maxwell Davies Limited website. Where any conflict arises between the website conditions and these conditions, and you are an existing client of our services, the conditions contained in this ‘Maxwell Davies Limited Insolvency Services Privacy Statement’ section shall prevail.
This statement covers activities undertaken by our Office Holders and their teams when acting as a Data Controller and Data Processor.
The Data Protection Registration Number for Maxwell Davies Limited is ZA033601
The Data Protection Registration Number for Ruth E Duncan is ZA035639
- Use of personal data
The Office Holders and MDL may process your personal data for the following purposes (non-exhaustive list):
- communicating with insolvent company creditors and individual creditors: specific information may be necessary in order to carry out statutory duties under the Insolvency Act 1986 (this information may be used to assess an entitlement to any dividend should one be payable);
- provision of reports to Government departments, regulatory authorities, appropriate bodies in connection with the holding of public office, or responding to requests;
- provision of statutory returns;
- case administration purposes including the realisation of assets, agreement of claims and payment of distributions;
- processing for personal purposes of employees in accordance with the law and the Company’s own policies;
- administration of payroll, raising invoices, credit control and other data relating to the company’s finances;
- the reasonable and lawful provision of information to interested parties;
- the prevention and detection of crime or fraud;
- establishing, exercising or defending legal rights, taking legal advice, taking or defending legal proceedings;
- complying with certain legal obligations to which the company may be subject;
- quality and risk management purposes.
The types of personal data that may be processed for the above purposes include (but are not limited to), name, address, identifying information, payroll information, as well as any information with your dealings with the Company that may be necessary for the performance of the Office Holders statutory obligations during the insolvency procedure. Please note that your personal data may be shared with third-party processors in order to provide ancillary services that necessary for the overall performance of the insolvency procedures such as automated scans to identify harmful emails.
- Transfer of Data to countries outside the EEA
In performing their legal and regulatory obligations, the Office Holders and MDL may transfer your personal data between countries including countries located outside the European Union (“EU”). The purpose of transferring your personal data is to maintain quality and provide an efficient service as required by the engagement with your employer.
Our people need to be able to work from anywhere in the world using our IT services. Data may be stored on MDL encrypted devices and transported with individuals as necessary for the delivery of our Insolvency Services. We have put in place appropriate technical measures to ensure data remain secure irrespective of where our people deliver our services.
As part of our service delivery we process limited personal data for the purposes of, including but not limited to, data storage, back up, destruction, billing, client management, conflict checking and insolvency know-how under a standard contractual agreement with an associated company in India. Data processing through this company occurs only upon our instructions for the purposes set out within this statement.
- Data Retention
Security is enabled within the systems which process your personal data so that only the Office Holders and authorised MDL personnel or associates are able to access your personal data. The Office Holders and MDL will retain your personal data in accordance with their legal and regulatory obligations. The Office Holders and MDL will destroy company records after 12 months after the dissolution of the Company in insolvency procedure. The Office Holders and MDL may retain the personal data collected in respect of their obligations under Insolvency legislation for up to 10 years after the date of the end of the insolvency procedure.
- Individual’s Rights
You have the ability to keep your personal data accurate and up-to-date. If at any time you would like to rectify, erase, or restrict the processing of your personal data, or you would like to obtain confirmation whether or not your personal data is processed, access your personal data, exercise your right to data portability, or if you are concerned about an alleged breach of privacy law or any other regulation, please contact the appointed Office Holders of your case. If you are not satisfied with the way your complaint was resolved, you have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner Office, https://ico.org.uk/make-a-complaint
Questions, comments, and other communications regarding this Privacy Notice, or our privacy practices in general, are welcomed and should be addressed to our Head of Operations and Compliance, 2nd Floor, Maidstone House, King Street, Maidstone, Kent, ME156AW.
Any queries and requests regarding this privacy notice may also be emailed to email@example.com.