The Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 (“DPJL”)and the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) impose certain legal obligations in connection with the processing of personal data. Ambition Accountancy Limited is a data controller within the meaning of the GDPR and we process personal data. The firm’s contact details are as follows:
Jim McCartan FCCA
Hi-View Suite, Le Mont Pinel
St Helier, Jersey JE2 4RS
We may amend this privacy notice from time to time. If we do so, we will supply you with and/or otherwise make available to you a copy of the amended privacy notice. Where we act as a data processor on behalf of a data controller (for example, when processing payroll), we provide an additional schedule setting out required information as part of that agreement. That additional schedule should be read in conjunction with this privacy notice.
We intend to process personal data for the following purposes:
Our intended processing of personal data has the following legal bases:
It is a requirement of our contract with you that you provide us with the personal data that we request. If you do not provide the information that we request, we may not be able to provide professional services to you. If this is the case, we will not be able to commence acting or will need to cease to act.
This must be included when the practitioner obtains the data from someone other than the data subject. If required, list out the categories of personal data concerned.
This must be included when the practitioner obtains the data from someone other than the data subject. If required, list out the sources. If the data came from publicly accessible sources, this should be stated.
We may share your personal data with:
If the law allows or requires us to do so, we may share your personal data with:
We may need to share your personal data with the third parties identified above in order to comply with our legal obligations, including our legal obligations to you. If you ask us not to share your personal data with such third parties we may need to cease to act.
Your personal data will be processed in Jersey only.
When acting as a data controller and in accordance with recognised good practice within the tax and accountancy sector we will retain all of our records relating to you as follows:
Our contractual terms provide for the destruction of documents after 10 years and therefore agreement to the contractual terms is taken as agreement to the retention of records for this period, and to their destruction thereafter.
You are responsible for retaining information that we send to you and this will be supplied in the form agreed between us.
You have a right to request access to your personal data that we hold. Such requests are known as ‘subject access requests’ (“SARs”). Please provide all SARs in writing marked for the attention of Jim McCartan. To help us provide the information you want and deal with your request more quickly, you should include enough details to enable us to verify your identity and locate the relevant information. For example, you should tell us:
If you do not have a social security number, you must send a copy of:
DPJL requires that we comply with a SAR promptly. There are, however, some circumstances in which the law allows us to refuse to provide access to personal data in response to a SAR (e.g. if you have previously made a similar request and there has been little or no change to the data since we complied with the original request).
We will not charge you for dealing with a SAR.
You can ask someone else to request information on your behalf – for example, a friend, relative or solicitor. We must have your authority to respond to a SAR made on your behalf. You can provide such authority by signing a letter which states that you authorise the person concerned to write to us for information about you, and/or receive our reply.
Where you are a data controller and we act for you as a data processor (e.g. by processing payroll), we will assist you with SARs on the same basis as is set out above.
You have a right to obtain the rectification of any inaccurate personal data concerning you that we hold. You also have a right to have any incomplete personal data that we hold about you completed. Should you become aware that any personal data that we hold about you is inaccurate and/or incomplete, please inform us immediately so we can correct and/or complete it.
In certain circumstances you have a right to have the personal data that we hold about you erased. If you would like your personal data to be erased, please inform us immediately and we will consider your request. In certain circumstances we have the right to refuse to comply with a request for erasure. If applicable, we will supply you with the reasons for refusing your request.
In certain circumstances you have the right to ‘block’ or suppress the processing of personal data or to object to the processing of that information. Please inform us immediately if you want us to cease to process your information or you object to processing so that we can consider what action, if any, is appropriate.
In certain circumstances you have the right to be provided with the personal data that we hold about you in a machine-readable format, e.g. so that the data can easily be provided to a new professional adviser.
The right to data portability only applies:
We will respond to any data portability requests made to us without undue delay and within one month. We may extend the period by a further two months where the request is complex or a number of requests are received but we will inform you within one month of the receipt of the request and explain why the extension is necessary.
Where you have consented to our processing of your personal data, you have the right to withdraw that consent at any time. Please inform us immediately if you wish to withdraw your consent.
We do not intend to use automated decision-making in relation to your personal data.
If you have requested details of the information we hold about you and you are not happy with our response, or you think we have not complied with the GDPR or DPJL in some other way, you can complain to us.