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Employees and Candidates 

Privacy & Cookies Notice

Version 2.0


HOW WE USE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION


At Franklin Templeton, we care about your privacy and value the trust you place in us when you share your personal information.

Accordingly, we wanted to let you know how we deal with the personal information you give us or is given to us by a third party.The aim of this Notice is to explain to you - as Data Subject - what kind of personal information we gather on you, why and how we process it as data controller. Data protection laws changed on 25th of May 2018, with the implementation of the EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). This Notice sets out your rights with regard to this EU regulation.

From time to time, we may update this Notice, and any new version will be available on MyFTI. We recommend you regularly review it to ensure that you are always aware of our privacy practices.

Our privacy commitments to you:
• We will keep your data safe and private
• We will ensure that you can exercise your rights
• We will train FTI employees to properly manage your personal information.

1. To whose personal information does this Notice apply?

This Notice describes our practices when using:


i) the personal information of employees based in the European Economic Area (EEA) or employees outside the EEA to whom our EEA group companies offer services;
ii) the personal information of candidates either based in the EEA or those based outside EEA applying to an offer from an EEA located FTI group company.

2. What personal information are we collecting and why? 

Data Protection laws say that we are allowed to use personal information (including sharing such information with third parties) where we have an acceptable reason to do so.

Accordingly, we must have one or more of the following reasons:
• To fulfil a contract we have with you;
• When it is our legal duty;
• When it is in our legitimate interest*;
• When you consent to it.

(*) Our legitimate interest is when we have a business or commercial reason to use the information. However, it must not unfairly go against what is right and best for you (more details are available upon request).

In general, we may collect the following types of personal information you give us or through our third parties:
• Information relating to you;
• Information relating to your family;
• Information relating to your use of our IT;
• Communications in the workplace and other information relating to your employment with us.

Depending on your Data Subject profile the reasons for processing your personal information may be different. Further information for each Data Subject profile can be found in section 8.

We also collect and use personal information about employees through Our Websites, and Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites such as Twitter and LinkedIn, and you can refer to section 9 for more information.

3. What are your Rights?

Individuals have the following rights, under certain circumstances, in relation to their personal information:
• Right to access personal information
• Right to rectify personal information
• Right to restrict the use of personal information
• Right to request that personal information is erased
• Right to object to processing of personal information
• Right to data portability (in certain specific circumstances)
• Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.

If you - as an individual - wish to exercise these rights, you can download an Individual Rights Request form which is available at www.franklintempletonglobal.com/rights-request-form.pdf, or contact us through the address referred to in Appendix 1 of this Notice.

A summary of each right and how you can take steps to exercise it is set out below.

Where we receive a request to exercise one of these rights, we shall provide information on the action we take on the request without undue delay and in any event within one month of receipt of the request. This may be extended by a further two months in certain circumstances, for example where requests are complex or numerous.

The information will be provided free of charge, except where requests are manifestly unfounded or excessive, in particular because of their repetitive character. In these circumstances we may charge a reasonable fee or may refuse to act on the request. We will advise you of any fees prior to proceeding with a request.

We may ask for additional information to verify your identity before carrying out a request, if we consider this information insufficient we reserve the right to reject your request.

Where we do not carry out a request, we shall inform you without delay and within one month of receipt of the request, providing our reasons for not taking the action requested.

Right to access personal information

Individuals have the right to confirm the following with us:
• Whether or not we process personal information about them
• Certain specified information about the processing

Individuals also have a right to access the personal information and be provided with a copy.

Right to restrict processing of personal information
Individuals have the right to request that we restrict processing of their personal information where one of the following applies:
• An individual contests the accuracy of the personal information. The restriction will apply until we have taken steps to verify the accuracy of the personal information;
• The processing is unlawful but an individual does not want the personal information to be erased and requests restriction instead;
• We no longer require the personal information for the purposes of processing, but it is still required by an individual in connection with a legal claim;
• An individual has exercised their right to object to the processing. The restriction will apply until we have taken steps to verify whether we have compelling legitimate grounds to continue processing.

Right to object to processing of personal information
Where personal information is used to target marketing to an individual, they have the right to object to this at any stage.

An individual also has the right to object to processing of their personal information where the legal basis of the processing is in our legitimate interests. We will have to stop processing until we are able to verify that we have compelling legitimate grounds for processing which override the individual’s interests, rights and freedoms, or alternatively that we need to continue processing for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

Right to rectification of personal information
If an individual believes that the personal information we hold on them is inaccurate, they may request that it be amended. They may also request that incomplete personal information be completed, including by providing a written confirmation.

Right to request erasure of personal information (“right to be forgotten”)
An individual may also request the erasure of their personal information in certain circumstances, including the following (this is not an exhaustive list):
• The personal information is no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed;
• The processing was based on consent which has been withdrawn and there is no other legal basis for processing;
• The individual has exercised their right to object to the processing and there are no overriding legitimate grounds for the processing to continue.

There are also certain exceptions where we may refuse a request for erasure, for example, where the personal information is required to comply with a legal obligation or for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

If an individual does request erasure of their personal information, this will potentially remove records which we hold for their benefit, such as their presence on a suppression list and they will have to contact us to provide personal information if they wish for us to hold this in future.

Right to Data Portability
Where we are relying upon the legal basis either of consent or that the processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which an individual is a party, and that personal information is processed by automatic means (e.g. electronically), an individual has the right to receive all the personal information which they have provided to us in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and to transmit this to another controller directly, where this is technically feasible.

Supervisory Authority
An individual also has a right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the Member State in the European Union where they are habitually resident, where they work or where an alleged infringement of Data Protection laws has taken place.

4. Marketing Communications
If you are an employee or candidate covered by this Notice, we will keep you up-to-date with details of our job vacancies by email using the information that you may have supplied to us. When required by regulation and/or law, we will obtain the proper consent to use your contact details, including your email addresses. In any case, you can change your preferences in regard to such marketing communications by contacting us.

Additionally, we will ensure that any third party assisting us in marketing our job vacancies and related services are under contractual obligations to protect the confidentiality of your personal information, and will use it only to provide services we have instructed them to perform.

5. International transfers & data sharing
The information we collect from you may be transferred to, and stored, outside the EEA (including for example to a company within the FTI Group in the United States and its third-party suppliers outside the EEA) and may also be processed by people operating outside the EEA who work for us or one of our suppliers.

The countries that we transfer data to outside of the EEA include: Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and the United States.

Some of these countries may not have the equivalent level of data protection laws as those in your location. If we need to transfer personal data outside the EEA, we will take steps to make sure your personal information is protected and safeguarded once it leaves the EEA, in particular, we will use the EU Data Protection Model Clauses approved by the European Commission and permitted under Article 46 of the GDPR. If you would like to obtain the details of such safeguards, you can request these from the Data Protection Officer.

6. Retention Periods
We will retain your personal information covered by this Notice:
• For employees - for the period of your employment and for a reasonable period thereafter in accordance with local retention periods which is also reflected in FTI Europe Record Retention Policy;
• For candidates - We keep your personal information for as long as is necessary in connection with the purposes identified below, and for a reasonable period thereafter, in accordance with local retention periods, which is also reflected in FTI’s European Record Retention Policy.

In certain circumstances, data may need to be retained for a longer period of time, for example, where we are in ongoing correspondence or there is a continuing claim or investigation.

Our web logs are kept for 60 days to support investigation and reporting of any attempted security breaches on Our Websites.

7. Confidentiality and Security
We have implemented reasonable technical and organisational measures designed to secure personal information from accidental loss and unauthorised access, use, alteration or disclosure. FTI employees are required to follow specific procedures with respect to maintaining the confidentiality of our investors’ personal information. Additionally, we maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to protect the personal information that we process. This includes performing ongoing evaluations of our systems containing investor information and making changes when appropriate.

However, about information transmitted via the Internet, the Internet is an open system and we cannot and do not guarantee or warrant the security of any information that an individual transmits on or through Our Website or that we otherwise maintain, although Our Website uses the secure file transfer protocol where appropriate.

8. Data Subjects type details

Employees

Information that we collect about you

We collect information in relation to your employment with us. It is either provided by you, created by us (or on our behalf) in connection with your employment, or obtained from third parties such as referees or recruitment agencies. This information includes:


• Information relating to you, including:
○ personal details such as name, gender, date of birth;
○ contact details including address, telephone number, email address;
○ hobbies;
○ Curriculum vitae, application form, expertise, education, training and career management details;
○ logistical details of current employment, such as role and location;
○ financial details of employment, including salary, pension and benefits and bank account;
○ details of previous employment;
○ immigration status (passport details) and copy of your work permit (for foreign employees);
○ details of training, appraisals, recruitment and leaving information, grievances, disciplinary investigations and outcomes (including alleged or actual breaches of policies and procedures and whistle-blower reports), sickness, absence and health and safety records;
○ driver’s licence if you travel in connection with your employment;
○ trade union membership but only with consent or if otherwise authorised under applicable law;
○ survey information, such as your views about working for us and diversity information, as further described below;
○ where you have access to FTI premises, CCTV recordings may be collected for the legitimate interests of Franklin Templeton in accordance with local law (subject to your consent in some jurisdictions)
○ where you have access to premises or systems storing investor information, your fingerprints or other biometric data if you provide your consent. Your name and likeness as well as the photographs, videos and/or audiovisual recordings for publicity release purposes subject to your consent and permission;


• Information relating to your family, including:
○ family or other contact details (for emergency contact purposes);
○ number and identity of dependents and spouse or partner (if any); and
○ beneficiary information, including name and contact details of beneficiaries of benefits for employees and their families; hobbies.


• Information relating to your use of our IT: including:
○ monitoring your use of FTI’s IT systems including email, internet systems, computers, telephone systems and mobile devices by IT staff and automated systems; and
○ in some cases, monitoring and access to the content of your emails, telephone calls and other content stored on any FTI device.


• Communications in the workplace and other information relating to your employment with us: including:
○ emails, skype communications, telephone calls and letters;
○ business travel.


In some circumstances it will be necessary for you to provide the personal data to us. We will make it clear if and when this situation arises. This need will arise where there is a requirement under law for us to obtain certain information from you or where it is necessary to obtain certain information from you because of a requirement under your contract. Where you fail to provide the necessary information, this may result in us being required to terminate your contract of employment.

IT Systems Monitoring
Monitoring of FTI’s IT Systems will always be performed, and authorised, in accordance with FTI’s Information Security Policy. You can access a copy of FTI’s Information Security Policy from our intranet site or by contacting us.

Diversity Monitoring
During the course of your employment, when conducting surveys, we may ask for your consent to collect information about you in accordance with our diversity policy. These surveys help us to understand our staff demographic better, target our initiatives to employees more effectively and send out a strong and positive signal that diversity and inclusion are important to FTI. The types of information which we may collect include: age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability status and ethnicity. You may withdraw consent at any time by contacting the Data Protection Officer. This information will only be used by us and Franklin Resources Inc., in accordance with local law, and subject to your consent within your local jurisdiction, and in connection with our and the FTI Group’s Diversity and Inclusion policy and to analyse workforce diversity. We will not disclose it to your line manager / business unit and we will not use it to make decisions about your employment relationship with us.

How we use your information
We use the information we collect from you for the purposes of:
• performing our obligations, or exercising our rights, under our employment contract with you;
• performing a legal obligation to which we are subject; and
• our legitimate interests which will only apply where we consider that the legitimate interest is not overridden by your interests or rights which require protection of your data, such as the administration and management of your employment with us, including the following purposes:
○ for facilitating Human Resources (HR) management functions (for example, recruitment, career development, performance management, talent management and grievance management);
○ for employee administration and operational purposes (for example, in relation to absences, pay, benefits and HR records);
○ for verifying compliance with our policies and procedures;
○ for marketing and other business promotion activities;
○ for backup purposes to facilitate business continuity;
○ for compliance with any contractual, legal or regulatory obligations;
○ detection or prevention of any inappropriate behaviour or breach of the FTI policies;

○ monitoring your use of FTI’s electronic communications and information technology systems including access to the internet, email and use of telephone systems and may include access to the content of those communications in accordance with FTI’s Information Security Policy;
○ ensuring only authorised users have access to our premises or IT systems storing confidential investor information; and
○ business management and other legitimate business purposes.

Information that we share
We will disclose personal information of employees as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2.

If you require further information regarding Franklin Templeton sharing your personal data with third party recipients, you may contact the Data Protection Officer.

Candidates

Information that we collect about you

We collect information in relation to your application with us. It is either provided by you or obtained from third parties such as referees or recruitment agencies. This information includes:
• Information relating to you, including:
○ personal details such as name, gender, date of birth;
○ contact details including address, telephone number, email address;
○ hobbies;
○ Curriculum vitae, expertise, education, training and career management details;
○ logistical details of current employment, such as role and location;
○ financial details of employment, including salary, pension and benefits and bank account;
○ details of previous employment;
○ immigration status (passport details) and copy of your work permit (for foreign candidates);
○ where you access our premises, CCTV recordings may be collected for the legitimate interests of Franklin Templeton in accordance with local law (subject to your consent in some jurisdictions)

Diversity Monitoring
During the course of your employment application, when conducting surveys, we may ask for your consent to collect information about you in accordance with our diversity policy. These surveys help us to understand our staff demographic better, target our initiatives to employees more effectively and send out a strong and positive signal that diversity and inclusion are important to FTI. The types of information which we may collect include: age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability status and ethnicity. You may withdraw consent at any time by contacting the Data Protection Officer. This information will only be used by us and Franklin Resources Inc., in accordance with local law, and subject to your consent within your local jurisdiction, and in connection with our and the FTI Group’s Diversity and Inclusion policy and to analyse workforce diversity. We will not disclose it to your line manager / business unit and we will not use it to make decisions about your employment relationship with us.


How we use your information
We use the information we collect from you for the purposes of:
• our legitimate interests which will only apply where we consider that the legitimate interest is not overridden by your interests or rights which require protection of your data, such as the administration and management of your application with us, including the following purposes:
○ for facilitating recruitment;
○ for administration and operational purposes (for example, in relation to pay, benefits and personnel records);
○ for verifying compliance with our policies and procedures;
○ ensuring only authorised users have access to our premises or IT systems storing confidential investor information; and
○ business management and other legitimate business purposes.

Information that we share
We will disclose personal information of candidates as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2.

If you require further information regarding Franklin Templeton sharing your personal data with third party recipients, you may contact the Data Protection Officer.

9. Web-related collection of personal information 

Information we collect about users of Our Website and social media sites


We collect personal information about users through Our Website, and Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites such as Twitter and LinkedIn, including the following:
• Information users provide when they enter information on Our Website, such as when submitting a “Contact Us” message (such as name, email address, salutation);
• Information users provide when they subscribe to email newsletters, press releases or other periodicals through Our Website (such as name, email address, salutation, investor type and country of residence);
• Information users provide when posting content on social media sites;
• Information users provide in their social media bio;
• Information users provide when they respond to a survey or marketing communication, such as their opinions about our services and information about themselves (such as age range, services used, how they know us, their opinions of our services);
• Information users provide when they register for an online account through Our Website (such as name, email address, address, date of birth, unique identification numbers (e.g. client reference number, social security number). The decision to provide this information is optional. However, if the user decides not to provide such information, they may not be able to access certain content or features available on or through Our Website;
• Information captured in our web logs such as device information (e.g. device brand and model, screen dimensions), unique identification numbers (e.g. IP address and device ID), and browser information (e.g. URL, browser type, pages visited, date/time of access);
• Information captured by our cookies (see ‘Cookies, Tags and Similar Technologies’ section below);
• Advertising information (such as size/type of ad, ad impressions, location/format of ad, data about interactions with the ad);
• Behavioural information (such as information on the behaviour or presumed interests of individuals which are linked to those individuals and may be used to create a user profile); and
• Information users provide in connection with purchasing items from Our Website shops (such as name, payment card information, and billing and delivery address and purchase details).

Our Websites and online services are for individuals who are at least 18 years of age. Our online services are not designed to be used by minors under the age of 18.


In certain circumstances, where a website user does not provide personal information which is required (for example, in relation to our online services), we will not be able to perform our obligations under the contract with them or may not be able to provide them with products and services. We will make it clear if and when this situation arises and what the consequences of not providing the information will be for the website user.

How we use website and social media users’ information
We use the personal information we collect from Our Website users and individuals accessing Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites for the purposes of:
• personalizing their experience of Our Website;
• monitoring social media content to manage relations with our customers and promote our business and brand;
• if there is an interaction on a social media site with a third party social media user that we consider that we should react on, passing a link to the content and third party’s profile to the department of interest;
• providing products and services that website users have requested;
• administering the website, investigating any complaints and providing customer service;
• providing website users and individuals accessing our web pages on social media sites with information and offers on products or services that may be of interest to them (see section above on Marketing Communications); and
• performing statistical and trend analysis to improve the user experience and performance of Our Website.

Please see below as regards information we collect through cookies and other tracking technologies.
We justify our processing on the following legal bases:
• consent to receiving our marketing communications (see section on Marketing Communications), where applicable. In the event that an individual wishes to withdraw their consent they will have an option to “Unsubscribe” or may contact the Data Protection Officer;
• performing our obligations under our contracts with users buying goods and services from our Webshop or registering online to receive our services or using our online services (subject to our separate terms and conditions of supply);
• compliance with the law or regulatory requirements; and
• pursuing our legitimate interests. A legitimate interest will apply only where we consider that it is not overridden by a website or social media user’s interests or rights which require protection of their personal information.

We have determined that our legitimate interests include the following:
○ Promoting our products, services and Funds through Our Website and other communications;
○ Monitoring, investigating and reporting any attempts to breach the security of Our Websites;
○ Improving the performance and user experience of Our Website;
○ Performing our obligations under our contracts with our users;
○ Managing our business and brand by monitoring our public profile and responding promptly to complaints;
○ Improving the security, performance and user experience of Our Website;
○ Targeting personalised marketing to website and social media users for the legitimate purposes of promoting our business and our brand.

If a website user or individual accessing our web pages on social media sites requires further information regarding our legitimate interests as applied to their personal information, they may contact the Data Protection Officer.

Survey Information: Occasionally we may ask users to participate in a brief survey to help us make smart choices as we look for ways to improve Our Website. Information users provide in response to such surveys will not be identified with them unless they consent.

Recipients of website and social media user data
We may disclose personal information of website and social media users as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2. 


External Links
Our Website may contain links to online websites or content operated and maintained by third parties, over which we have no control. Please consult the privacy policies of these third-party sites to become familiar with their privacy practices and to learn about any choices that these companies may offer you with respect to your personal information.

10. Cookies, tags and similar technologies
A cookie is a small text file which includes a unique identifier that is sent by a web server to the browser on your computer, mobile phone or any other internet enabled device when you visit an on-line site. Cookies and similar technologies are widely used to make websites work efficiently and to collect information about your online preferences. For simplicity, we refer to all these technologies as “cookies”.

Some of Our Website pages may contain electronic images known as web beacons (also known as clear gifs, tags or pixels) that allow us to count users who have visited our pages. Web beacons collect only limited information, e.g. a cookie number, time and date of a page view, and a description of the page on which the web beacon resides. We may also carry web beacons placed by third party advertisers. These beacons do not carry any information that could directly identify you.

How do we use cookies?
We use cookies and other tracking technologies to customise content and advertising, provide social media features and to see how our visitors move through Our Website. We use this information to make decisions about ways to improve the services we offer you.

We may engage third party tracking and advertising providers such as those named below to act on our behalf to track and analyse your usage of Our Website through the use of cookies. These third parties collect, and share with us, usage information about visits to Our Website and, sometimes by correlating this information with other information (e.g. your IP address), measure and research the effectiveness of our advertisements, track page usage, help us target our recommendations and advertising, and track use of our recommendations and advertisements.

Cookies and types of cookies we use
You can find more information about cookies and the types of cookies we use on our websites in the cookie register which can be found at: http://franklintempletonglobal.com/privacy/cookie-register.page.

Contact our Data Protection Officer at the address referred to in Appendix 1 of this Notice if you would like a hard copy of this register, or you have any specific queries regarding the cookies which are deployed on Our Website.

You can find more information about cookies, behavioural advertising and online privacy at www.allaboutcookies.org or www.youronlinechoices.com.

How do I reject cookies?
If you do not want to be tracked by Google Analytics cookies you can opt-out by installing a browser plug-in here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/.

If you do not want to be tracked by Marketo cookies you can opt-out by clicking the link here: http://www.franklintempletonglobal.com/marketo-optout.page?marketo_opt_ out=true

If you do not want to receive any cookies from our emails then do not download any images or click any links when you open the email. You may first have to disable automatic downloading of images on your email client.

At any time, you can prevent cookies from being set on your browser. For instructions on how to block, delete or disable cookies, please consult your browser’s ‘Help’ or ‘Support’ section. Please note that by deleting our cookies or disabling future cookies you may not be able to access certain areas or features of Our Website. Please also note that you cannot disable web beacons (clear gifs, pixels, tags) but these typically work in conjunction with other cookies and so will become largely ineffective if you disable cookies in your browser settings.

Please consult the following links for information on cookie management and blocking according to your browser:
Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/internet-explorer/delete- manage-cookies#ie=ie-11.
Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable- cookies-website-preferences
Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en Safari: https://support.apple.com/kb/PH19214?locale=en_GB

You can also find more information and manage cookie storage at https://www.aboutcookies.org/ and www.youronlinechoices.eu.

APPENDIX 1
FRANKLIN TEMPLETON GROUP COMPANIES & FUNDS


Franklin Templeton and all its group companies have access to information on individuals covered by this Notice. However, only appropriate data controllers have access to relevant employees and candidates data. Franklin Templeton Funds and their Management Companies act as joint-controller unless local jurisdiction states it differently.

Below our most impacted fund group companies and funds are noted. For a full list, please visit: www.franklintempletonglobal.com/privacy/fund-entities

How to Contact Us
If an individual wishes to exercise their individual rights, or to raise any questions, concerns or complaints concerning this Notice or on our privacy practices, they can contact us at the relevant address for their country listed below. The individual should address the envelope as follows: “FAO Data Protection Officer”.

Alternatively, our Data Protection Officer can be contacted directly at:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l.
8A, rue Albert Borschette 

L-1246 Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Email Address: DataProtectionOfficer@franklintempleton.com


Franklin Templeton Group Companies

AUSTRIA:
Franklin Templeton Austria GmbH 

Universitätsring 10
4th Floor, 1010 Vienna, Austria

BELGIUM:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l., Belgian Branch 

28 avenue Marnix
1000 Brussels, Belgium

FRANCE:
Franklin Templeton France SA 

20 Rue de la Paix
75002 Paris, France

GERMANY:
Franklin Templeton Investment Services GmbH
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited, German Branch

Mainzer Landstr. 16
D-60325 Frankfurt am Main. Germany

HUNGARY:
Franklin Templeton Magyarország Kft. 

1051 Budapest
Sas utca 10-12, 

Hungary

IRELAND:
Franklin Floating Rate Fund Plc (FFRF)
Franklin Emerging Market Debt Opportunities Fund (FTEMDOF)

JPMorgan House
International Financial Services Centre 

Dublin 1, Ireland

Franklin Liberty Shares ICAV (Irish ETF) 


78 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay
Dublin 2, Ireland

ITALY:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l., Italian Branch 

C.so Italia, n.1
20122 Milano, Italy

LUXEMBOURG:
Franklin Templeton Management Luxembourg S.A. 

Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l. 

Franklin Templeton Investment Funds (FTIF)
Franklin Templeton Series II Funds (FTSIIF)

Franklin Templeton Sharia Funds (FTSF)
Franklin Templeton Specialized Investment Funds (FTSIF)

Franklin Templeton Opportunities Fund (FTOF)
Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIIB SCSP
FTAIF-TSEMF V - Templeton Strategic Emerging Markets Fund V (private equity)

8A, rue Albert Borschette 

L-1246 Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

NETHERLANDS:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

World Trade Center Amsterdam
H-toren, 5e verdieping Zuidplein 36 

1077 XV Amsterdam, Netherlands

POLAND:
Templeton Asset Management (Poland) 

Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych S.A. 

Franklin Templeton Investments Poland Sp. z o.o. 

Franklin Templeton Fundusz Inwestycyjny Otwarty

Rondo ONZ 1, 29th Floor 

00-124 Warsaw, Poland

ROMANIA:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Ltd UK 

Fondul Proprietatea

Premium Point
78-80 Buzesti, 08th floor, District 1, Bucharest, Romania

SLOVAKIA:
Franklin Templeton Slovakia, s.r.o. 

Regus Business Centre, Karadzicova 8/A 

821 08 Bratislava, Slovakia

SPAIN:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

Calle Jose Ortega y Gasset, 29–5a planta
28006 Madrid, Spain

SWEDEN:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

Blasieholmsgatan 5
SE-111 48 Stockholm, Sweden

UNITED KINGDOM:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited

Franklin Templeton Global Investors Limited

Franklin Templeton Fund Management Limited

Franklin Templeton Funds (OEIC)
Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust (TEMIT)

Cannon Place, 78 Cannon Street 

London EC4N 6HL, United Kingdom

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:
Templeton Growth Fund (TGF) Inc – Fund

P.O. Box 33030

St. Petersburg, Florida 33733-8030, USA

Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund, L.P (Series B/C) 

Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIB, L.P. (TBC)

Corporation Trust Center, 1
209 Orange Street, County of New Castle 

Wilmington
Delaware 19801




APPENDIX 2
THIRD PARTY AND OTHER RECIPIENTS CATEGORIES


Employees Candidates
• Account Processing System suppliers
• Benefits and Pension Providers
• Business Contact database administrators
• Cloud-based solution providers
• Courts
• Document Archive, Storage and Destruction Suppliers
• Events Management Providers
• IT Systems Suppliers
• Payroll Providers
• Print Services Suppliers
• Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers
• Regulators
• Security or Police Authorities
• Social Media Providers
• Tax Authorities

Account Processing System suppliers
• Business Contact database administrators
• Courts
• Events Management Providers
• Payroll Providers
• Print Services Suppliers
• Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers
• Recruitment Providers
• Regulators
• Security or Police Authorities
• Social Media Providers
• Tax Authorities




What these Third Parties do

Account Processing System suppliers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to service or maintain business contact databases, and systems processing account information, such as suppliers systems supporting Our Website.

Benefits and Pension Providers - Third parties who provide services or benefits on FT’s behalf, for employees.

Business Contact database administrators - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to service or maintain business contact databases, and systems processing account information, such as suppliers systems supporting FT’s Website(s).

Cloud-based solution providers - Third parties who provide cloud-based solutions such as Translations services, and Training solutions.

Courts - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Document Archive, Storage and Destruction Suppliers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to provide document archive and storage services.

Events Management Providers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to plan, organise and facilitate events.

IT Systems Suppliers - Third parties who provide technical services specifically for IT systems.

Payroll Providers - Third parties who provide services on FT’s behalf, for employees.

Print Services Suppliers - Third parties who provide technical services specifically for print services.

Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers - Third parties who provide services to Franklin Templeton group companies, such as its professional advisers (e.g. auditors and lawyers).

Recruitment Providers - Third parties who provide recruitment services on FT’s behalf.

Regulators - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Security or Police Authorities - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Social Media Providers - Social Media providers supporting Franklin Templeton web pages, such as Twitter and LinkedIn.

Tax Authorities - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.






 

 

 

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Data Protection Statement

Country: Australia

 

Franklin Templeton Investments Australia Limited (FTIAust) is legally bound by the National Privacy Principles setout in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) as amended (Privacy Act).  FTIAust is committed to a culture that respects the privacy of individual's personal information.

 

Collection of personal information
By submitting your curriculum vita (CV) or an employment application to Franklin Templeton Investments Australia Limited, we may collect your personal information including (but not limited to) your name, contact details, qualifications, work history, your right to work in a particular country, languages spoken, professional memberships and accreditations and other information on your CV, As part of our recruitment process, we may also collect references from your nominated referees. Your personal information may also be stored in hard copy documents, or electronically on our software or systems. You would be required to consent prior to any personal information being collected

 

Use and disclosure of your personal information
The information collected and disclosed by us can only be used for the purpose for which it was collected, that is, for the purpose of potential employment and if successful, for the purposes of your employment and benefits. 

 
Your personal information may be provided to our affiliates worldwide and relevant third parties for the reasons listed above. We may also disclose your personal details when legally required or to governmental, fiscal or regulatory authorities.

 
Data Quality
We take reasonable steps to ensure that the personal information collected is accurate, up to date and complete.  If your personal details have changed, please contact us and we will endeavor to update and correct accordingly. Should you wish to access, withdraw from the application process or have questions regarding how we use or store your personal information, please contact us.
Please email Franklin Templeton via 
recruitment@franklintempleton.com.

 
Data Security
Franklin Templeton Investments Australia Limited takes reasonable steps to protect the personal information we hold from loss, unauthorized access, and misuse. The use of locks and security systems are used to protect your personal information.
Please note: This website contains links to other Franklin Templeton affiliates and third-party websites. Before disclosing your personal information on any other website, we advise you to look at and consider the privacy statements of those websites. Franklin Templeton Investments takes no responsibility for the privacy practices or the content of any websites other than this one.

 
Changes to this Privacy Statement
Franklin Templeton Investments Australia may amend this Privacy Policy from time to time. We suggest that you visit our website regularly to keep up to date with any changes

Please note that the personal information (Data) protection laws of such countries may not be equivalent to those in your country.


CONSENT and ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
By [clicking the "I accept" button below]:
1. You explicitly consent to Franklin Templeton collecting, retaining, disclosing and using your Personal information as outlined above, and to its transfer of your Personal Information to Franklin Templeton's affiliates as listed on [link to website], some of them are located outside the country where you live or work. Certain recipient may make use of third party service providers for the above purposes.
2. You acknowledge that you have the right to access your Personal Information and Sensitive Personal Information at any time, have the right to correct any errors and may revoke your consent at any time.


And then when you have completed the application you see the following:

Consent

Please read the following statement carefully, then acknowledge that you have read and approved it by providing the information requested at the bottom of the page. In order to complete the application form, you must read the following statements and indicate your agreement with them by checking "I Agree" and typing your initials on this application form where indicated below. If you have any questions regarding this statement, please ask a Human Resources representative before signing.
 
I understand that my completion of this application does not constitute an acceptance of any offer of employment by the Company. No such offer of employment by the Company has been made. I agree that if any statements to the contrary have been made to me in connection with my application for employment those statements are incorrect and are not binding on the Company.
 
I authorize any reference agency, financial industry regulatory body, previous employers or educational institutions specified by me in this application, to release to the Company any and all information regarding my employment or scholastic standing together with any other information, personal or otherwise, that may or may not be on their records, and release those parties from liability to me arising out of the release of such information.
 
I have completed this application in its entirety and all the statements made by me on this application are true and complete to the best of my knowledge, and I have withheld nothing that might, if disclosed, affect my application of employment. I understand that any misrepresentation I make in the application process or on this application may result in the cancellation of this application and, if I am already employed, may result in termination of employment.
 
I understand that Franklin Templeton may, prior to an offer being made, after a contingent offer is made, and/or during employment, request information from a consumer reporting agency regarding my educational, employment, financial and other background information.
 
"Company," as used in this application, means Franklin Resources Inc., or the specific Franklin Templeton affiliated company to which I am applying. I understand that all authority granted to the Company by me, as described in this section, extends to affiliates (including subsidiaries) of the Company.
 
I HEREBY AFFIRM THAT I UNDERSTAND AND AGREE TO ALL OF THE STATEMENTS IN THIS EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION, AND I HAVE TRUTHFULLY RESPONDED TO ALL QUESTIONS IN THE EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION.

 

DO NOT CONSENT YOU HAVE READ THE ABOVE STATEMENT.

 

I certify that I have read, fully understand and accept all terms of the foregoing statement. Please signify your acceptance by entering the information requested in the fields below.

 

 

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Data Protection Statement

Country: Belgium

 

Employees and Candidates 

Privacy & Cookies Notice

Version 2.0


HOW WE USE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION


At Franklin Templeton, we care about your privacy and value the trust you place in us when you share your personal information.

Accordingly, we wanted to let you know how we deal with the personal information you give us or is given to us by a third party.The aim of this Notice is to explain to you - as Data Subject - what kind of personal information we gather on you, why and how we process it as data controller. Data protection laws changed on 25th of May 2018, with the implementation of the EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). This Notice sets out your rights with regard to this EU regulation.

From time to time, we may update this Notice, and any new version will be available on MyFTI. We recommend you regularly review it to ensure that you are always aware of our privacy practices.

Our privacy commitments to you:
• We will keep your data safe and private
• We will ensure that you can exercise your rights
• We will train FTI employees to properly manage your personal information.

1. To whose personal information does this Notice apply?

This Notice describes our practices when using:


i) the personal information of employees based in the European Economic Area (EEA) or employees outside the EEA to whom our EEA group companies offer services;
ii) the personal information of candidates either based in the EEA or those based outside EEA applying to an offer from an EEA located FTI group company.

2. What personal information are we collecting and why? 

Data Protection laws say that we are allowed to use personal information (including sharing such information with third parties) where we have an acceptable reason to do so.

Accordingly, we must have one or more of the following reasons:
• To fulfil a contract we have with you;
• When it is our legal duty;
• When it is in our legitimate interest*;
• When you consent to it.

(*) Our legitimate interest is when we have a business or commercial reason to use the information. However, it must not unfairly go against what is right and best for you (more details are available upon request).

In general, we may collect the following types of personal information you give us or through our third parties:
• Information relating to you;
• Information relating to your family;
• Information relating to your use of our IT;
• Communications in the workplace and other information relating to your employment with us.

Depending on your Data Subject profile the reasons for processing your personal information may be different. Further information for each Data Subject profile can be found in section 8.

We also collect and use personal information about employees through Our Websites, and Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites such as Twitter and LinkedIn, and you can refer to section 9 for more information.

3. What are your Rights?

Individuals have the following rights, under certain circumstances, in relation to their personal information:
• Right to access personal information
• Right to rectify personal information
• Right to restrict the use of personal information
• Right to request that personal information is erased
• Right to object to processing of personal information
• Right to data portability (in certain specific circumstances)
• Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.

If you - as an individual - wish to exercise these rights, you can download an Individual Rights Request form which is available at www.franklintempletonglobal.com/rights-request-form.pdf, or contact us through the address referred to in Appendix 1 of this Notice.

A summary of each right and how you can take steps to exercise it is set out below.

Where we receive a request to exercise one of these rights, we shall provide information on the action we take on the request without undue delay and in any event within one month of receipt of the request. This may be extended by a further two months in certain circumstances, for example where requests are complex or numerous.

The information will be provided free of charge, except where requests are manifestly unfounded or excessive, in particular because of their repetitive character. In these circumstances we may charge a reasonable fee or may refuse to act on the request. We will advise you of any fees prior to proceeding with a request.

We may ask for additional information to verify your identity before carrying out a request, if we consider this information insufficient we reserve the right to reject your request.

Where we do not carry out a request, we shall inform you without delay and within one month of receipt of the request, providing our reasons for not taking the action requested.

Right to access personal information

Individuals have the right to confirm the following with us:
• Whether or not we process personal information about them
• Certain specified information about the processing

Individuals also have a right to access the personal information and be provided with a copy.

Right to restrict processing of personal information
Individuals have the right to request that we restrict processing of their personal information where one of the following applies:
• An individual contests the accuracy of the personal information. The restriction will apply until we have taken steps to verify the accuracy of the personal information;
• The processing is unlawful but an individual does not want the personal information to be erased and requests restriction instead;
• We no longer require the personal information for the purposes of processing, but it is still required by an individual in connection with a legal claim;
• An individual has exercised their right to object to the processing. The restriction will apply until we have taken steps to verify whether we have compelling legitimate grounds to continue processing.

Right to object to processing of personal information
Where personal information is used to target marketing to an individual, they have the right to object to this at any stage.

An individual also has the right to object to processing of their personal information where the legal basis of the processing is in our legitimate interests. We will have to stop processing until we are able to verify that we have compelling legitimate grounds for processing which override the individual’s interests, rights and freedoms, or alternatively that we need to continue processing for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

Right to rectification of personal information
If an individual believes that the personal information we hold on them is inaccurate, they may request that it be amended. They may also request that incomplete personal information be completed, including by providing a written confirmation.

Right to request erasure of personal information (“right to be forgotten”)
An individual may also request the erasure of their personal information in certain circumstances, including the following (this is not an exhaustive list):
• The personal information is no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed;
• The processing was based on consent which has been withdrawn and there is no other legal basis for processing;
• The individual has exercised their right to object to the processing and there are no overriding legitimate grounds for the processing to continue.

There are also certain exceptions where we may refuse a request for erasure, for example, where the personal information is required to comply with a legal obligation or for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

If an individual does request erasure of their personal information, this will potentially remove records which we hold for their benefit, such as their presence on a suppression list and they will have to contact us to provide personal information if they wish for us to hold this in future.

Right to Data Portability
Where we are relying upon the legal basis either of consent or that the processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which an individual is a party, and that personal information is processed by automatic means (e.g. electronically), an individual has the right to receive all the personal information which they have provided to us in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and to transmit this to another controller directly, where this is technically feasible.

Supervisory Authority
An individual also has a right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the Member State in the European Union where they are habitually resident, where they work or where an alleged infringement of Data Protection laws has taken place.

4. Marketing Communications
If you are an employee or candidate covered by this Notice, we will keep you up-to-date with details of our job vacancies by email using the information that you may have supplied to us. When required by regulation and/or law, we will obtain the proper consent to use your contact details, including your email addresses. In any case, you can change your preferences in regard to such marketing communications by contacting us.

Additionally, we will ensure that any third party assisting us in marketing our job vacancies and related services are under contractual obligations to protect the confidentiality of your personal information, and will use it only to provide services we have instructed them to perform.

5. International transfers & data sharing
The information we collect from you may be transferred to, and stored, outside the EEA (including for example to a company within the FTI Group in the United States and its third-party suppliers outside the EEA) and may also be processed by people operating outside the EEA who work for us or one of our suppliers.

The countries that we transfer data to outside of the EEA include: Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and the United States.

Some of these countries may not have the equivalent level of data protection laws as those in your location. If we need to transfer personal data outside the EEA, we will take steps to make sure your personal information is protected and safeguarded once it leaves the EEA, in particular, we will use the EU Data Protection Model Clauses approved by the European Commission and permitted under Article 46 of the GDPR. If you would like to obtain the details of such safeguards, you can request these from the Data Protection Officer.

6. Retention Periods
We will retain your personal information covered by this Notice:
• For employees - for the period of your employment and for a reasonable period thereafter in accordance with local retention periods which is also reflected in FTI Europe Record Retention Policy;
• For candidates - We keep your personal information for as long as is necessary in connection with the purposes identified below, and for a reasonable period thereafter, in accordance with local retention periods, which is also reflected in FTI’s European Record Retention Policy.

In certain circumstances, data may need to be retained for a longer period of time, for example, where we are in ongoing correspondence or there is a continuing claim or investigation.

Our web logs are kept for 60 days to support investigation and reporting of any attempted security breaches on Our Websites.

7. Confidentiality and Security
We have implemented reasonable technical and organisational measures designed to secure personal information from accidental loss and unauthorised access, use, alteration or disclosure. FTI employees are required to follow specific procedures with respect to maintaining the confidentiality of our investors’ personal information. Additionally, we maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to protect the personal information that we process. This includes performing ongoing evaluations of our systems containing investor information and making changes when appropriate.

However, about information transmitted via the Internet, the Internet is an open system and we cannot and do not guarantee or warrant the security of any information that an individual transmits on or through Our Website or that we otherwise maintain, although Our Website uses the secure file transfer protocol where appropriate.

8. Data Subjects type details

Employees

Information that we collect about you

We collect information in relation to your employment with us. It is either provided by you, created by us (or on our behalf) in connection with your employment, or obtained from third parties such as referees or recruitment agencies. This information includes:


• Information relating to you, including:
○ personal details such as name, gender, date of birth;
○ contact details including address, telephone number, email address;
○ hobbies;
○ Curriculum vitae, application form, expertise, education, training and career management details;
○ logistical details of current employment, such as role and location;
○ financial details of employment, including salary, pension and benefits and bank account;
○ details of previous employment;
○ immigration status (passport details) and copy of your work permit (for foreign employees);
○ details of training, appraisals, recruitment and leaving information, grievances, disciplinary investigations and outcomes (including alleged or actual breaches of policies and procedures and whistle-blower reports), sickness, absence and health and safety records;
○ driver’s licence if you travel in connection with your employment;
○ trade union membership but only with consent or if otherwise authorised under applicable law;
○ survey information, such as your views about working for us and diversity information, as further described below;
○ where you have access to FTI premises, CCTV recordings may be collected for the legitimate interests of Franklin Templeton in accordance with local law (subject to your consent in some jurisdictions)
○ where you have access to premises or systems storing investor information, your fingerprints or other biometric data if you provide your consent. Your name and likeness as well as the photographs, videos and/or audiovisual recordings for publicity release purposes subject to your consent and permission;


• Information relating to your family, including:
○ family or other contact details (for emergency contact purposes);
○ number and identity of dependents and spouse or partner (if any); and
○ beneficiary information, including name and contact details of beneficiaries of benefits for employees and their families; hobbies.


• Information relating to your use of our IT: including:
○ monitoring your use of FTI’s IT systems including email, internet systems, computers, telephone systems and mobile devices by IT staff and automated systems; and
○ in some cases, monitoring and access to the content of your emails, telephone calls and other content stored on any FTI device.


• Communications in the workplace and other information relating to your employment with us: including:
○ emails, skype communications, telephone calls and letters;
○ business travel.


In some circumstances it will be necessary for you to provide the personal data to us. We will make it clear if and when this situation arises. This need will arise where there is a requirement under law for us to obtain certain information from you or where it is necessary to obtain certain information from you because of a requirement under your contract. Where you fail to provide the necessary information, this may result in us being required to terminate your contract of employment.

IT Systems Monitoring
Monitoring of FTI’s IT Systems will always be performed, and authorised, in accordance with FTI’s Information Security Policy. You can access a copy of FTI’s Information Security Policy from our intranet site or by contacting us.

Diversity Monitoring
During the course of your employment, when conducting surveys, we may ask for your consent to collect information about you in accordance with our diversity policy. These surveys help us to understand our staff demographic better, target our initiatives to employees more effectively and send out a strong and positive signal that diversity and inclusion are important to FTI. The types of information which we may collect include: age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability status and ethnicity. You may withdraw consent at any time by contacting the Data Protection Officer. This information will only be used by us and Franklin Resources Inc., in accordance with local law, and subject to your consent within your local jurisdiction, and in connection with our and the FTI Group’s Diversity and Inclusion policy and to analyse workforce diversity. We will not disclose it to your line manager / business unit and we will not use it to make decisions about your employment relationship with us.

How we use your information
We use the information we collect from you for the purposes of:
• performing our obligations, or exercising our rights, under our employment contract with you;
• performing a legal obligation to which we are subject; and
• our legitimate interests which will only apply where we consider that the legitimate interest is not overridden by your interests or rights which require protection of your data, such as the administration and management of your employment with us, including the following purposes:
○ for facilitating Human Resources (HR) management functions (for example, recruitment, career development, performance management, talent management and grievance management);
○ for employee administration and operational purposes (for example, in relation to absences, pay, benefits and HR records);
○ for verifying compliance with our policies and procedures;
○ for marketing and other business promotion activities;
○ for backup purposes to facilitate business continuity;
○ for compliance with any contractual, legal or regulatory obligations;
○ detection or prevention of any inappropriate behaviour or breach of the FTI policies;

○ monitoring your use of FTI’s electronic communications and information technology systems including access to the internet, email and use of telephone systems and may include access to the content of those communications in accordance with FTI’s Information Security Policy;
○ ensuring only authorised users have access to our premises or IT systems storing confidential investor information; and
○ business management and other legitimate business purposes.

Information that we share
We will disclose personal information of employees as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2.

If you require further information regarding Franklin Templeton sharing your personal data with third party recipients, you may contact the Data Protection Officer.

Candidates

Information that we collect about you

We collect information in relation to your application with us. It is either provided by you or obtained from third parties such as referees or recruitment agencies. This information includes:
• Information relating to you, including:
○ personal details such as name, gender, date of birth;
○ contact details including address, telephone number, email address;
○ hobbies;
○ Curriculum vitae, expertise, education, training and career management details;
○ logistical details of current employment, such as role and location;
○ financial details of employment, including salary, pension and benefits and bank account;
○ details of previous employment;
○ immigration status (passport details) and copy of your work permit (for foreign candidates);
○ where you access our premises, CCTV recordings may be collected for the legitimate interests of Franklin Templeton in accordance with local law (subject to your consent in some jurisdictions)

Diversity Monitoring
During the course of your employment application, when conducting surveys, we may ask for your consent to collect information about you in accordance with our diversity policy. These surveys help us to understand our staff demographic better, target our initiatives to employees more effectively and send out a strong and positive signal that diversity and inclusion are important to FTI. The types of information which we may collect include: age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability status and ethnicity. You may withdraw consent at any time by contacting the Data Protection Officer. This information will only be used by us and Franklin Resources Inc., in accordance with local law, and subject to your consent within your local jurisdiction, and in connection with our and the FTI Group’s Diversity and Inclusion policy and to analyse workforce diversity. We will not disclose it to your line manager / business unit and we will not use it to make decisions about your employment relationship with us.


How we use your information
We use the information we collect from you for the purposes of:
• our legitimate interests which will only apply where we consider that the legitimate interest is not overridden by your interests or rights which require protection of your data, such as the administration and management of your application with us, including the following purposes:
○ for facilitating recruitment;
○ for administration and operational purposes (for example, in relation to pay, benefits and personnel records);
○ for verifying compliance with our policies and procedures;
○ ensuring only authorised users have access to our premises or IT systems storing confidential investor information; and
○ business management and other legitimate business purposes.

Information that we share
We will disclose personal information of candidates as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2.

If you require further information regarding Franklin Templeton sharing your personal data with third party recipients, you may contact the Data Protection Officer.

9. Web-related collection of personal information 

Information we collect about users of Our Website and social media sites


We collect personal information about users through Our Website, and Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites such as Twitter and LinkedIn, including the following:
• Information users provide when they enter information on Our Website, such as when submitting a “Contact Us” message (such as name, email address, salutation);
• Information users provide when they subscribe to email newsletters, press releases or other periodicals through Our Website (such as name, email address, salutation, investor type and country of residence);
• Information users provide when posting content on social media sites;
• Information users provide in their social media bio;
• Information users provide when they respond to a survey or marketing communication, such as their opinions about our services and information about themselves (such as age range, services used, how they know us, their opinions of our services);
• Information users provide when they register for an online account through Our Website (such as name, email address, address, date of birth, unique identification numbers (e.g. client reference number, social security number). The decision to provide this information is optional. However, if the user decides not to provide such information, they may not be able to access certain content or features available on or through Our Website;
• Information captured in our web logs such as device information (e.g. device brand and model, screen dimensions), unique identification numbers (e.g. IP address and device ID), and browser information (e.g. URL, browser type, pages visited, date/time of access);
• Information captured by our cookies (see ‘Cookies, Tags and Similar Technologies’ section below);
• Advertising information (such as size/type of ad, ad impressions, location/format of ad, data about interactions with the ad);
• Behavioural information (such as information on the behaviour or presumed interests of individuals which are linked to those individuals and may be used to create a user profile); and
• Information users provide in connection with purchasing items from Our Website shops (such as name, payment card information, and billing and delivery address and purchase details).

Our Websites and online services are for individuals who are at least 18 years of age. Our online services are not designed to be used by minors under the age of 18.


In certain circumstances, where a website user does not provide personal information which is required (for example, in relation to our online services), we will not be able to perform our obligations under the contract with them or may not be able to provide them with products and services. We will make it clear if and when this situation arises and what the consequences of not providing the information will be for the website user.

How we use website and social media users’ information
We use the personal information we collect from Our Website users and individuals accessing Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites for the purposes of:
• personalizing their experience of Our Website;
• monitoring social media content to manage relations with our customers and promote our business and brand;
• if there is an interaction on a social media site with a third party social media user that we consider that we should react on, passing a link to the content and third party’s profile to the department of interest;
• providing products and services that website users have requested;
• administering the website, investigating any complaints and providing customer service;
• providing website users and individuals accessing our web pages on social media sites with information and offers on products or services that may be of interest to them (see section above on Marketing Communications); and
• performing statistical and trend analysis to improve the user experience and performance of Our Website.

Please see below as regards information we collect through cookies and other tracking technologies.
We justify our processing on the following legal bases:
• consent to receiving our marketing communications (see section on Marketing Communications), where applicable. In the event that an individual wishes to withdraw their consent they will have an option to “Unsubscribe” or may contact the Data Protection Officer;
• performing our obligations under our contracts with users buying goods and services from our Webshop or registering online to receive our services or using our online services (subject to our separate terms and conditions of supply);
• compliance with the law or regulatory requirements; and
• pursuing our legitimate interests. A legitimate interest will apply only where we consider that it is not overridden by a website or social media user’s interests or rights which require protection of their personal information.

We have determined that our legitimate interests include the following:
○ Promoting our products, services and Funds through Our Website and other communications;
○ Monitoring, investigating and reporting any attempts to breach the security of Our Websites;
○ Improving the performance and user experience of Our Website;
○ Performing our obligations under our contracts with our users;
○ Managing our business and brand by monitoring our public profile and responding promptly to complaints;
○ Improving the security, performance and user experience of Our Website;
○ Targeting personalised marketing to website and social media users for the legitimate purposes of promoting our business and our brand.

If a website user or individual accessing our web pages on social media sites requires further information regarding our legitimate interests as applied to their personal information, they may contact the Data Protection Officer.

Survey Information: Occasionally we may ask users to participate in a brief survey to help us make smart choices as we look for ways to improve Our Website. Information users provide in response to such surveys will not be identified with them unless they consent.

Recipients of website and social media user data
We may disclose personal information of website and social media users as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2. 


External Links
Our Website may contain links to online websites or content operated and maintained by third parties, over which we have no control. Please consult the privacy policies of these third-party sites to become familiar with their privacy practices and to learn about any choices that these companies may offer you with respect to your personal information.

10. Cookies, tags and similar technologies
A cookie is a small text file which includes a unique identifier that is sent by a web server to the browser on your computer, mobile phone or any other internet enabled device when you visit an on-line site. Cookies and similar technologies are widely used to make websites work efficiently and to collect information about your online preferences. For simplicity, we refer to all these technologies as “cookies”.

Some of Our Website pages may contain electronic images known as web beacons (also known as clear gifs, tags or pixels) that allow us to count users who have visited our pages. Web beacons collect only limited information, e.g. a cookie number, time and date of a page view, and a description of the page on which the web beacon resides. We may also carry web beacons placed by third party advertisers. These beacons do not carry any information that could directly identify you.

How do we use cookies?
We use cookies and other tracking technologies to customise content and advertising, provide social media features and to see how our visitors move through Our Website. We use this information to make decisions about ways to improve the services we offer you.

We may engage third party tracking and advertising providers such as those named below to act on our behalf to track and analyse your usage of Our Website through the use of cookies. These third parties collect, and share with us, usage information about visits to Our Website and, sometimes by correlating this information with other information (e.g. your IP address), measure and research the effectiveness of our advertisements, track page usage, help us target our recommendations and advertising, and track use of our recommendations and advertisements.

Cookies and types of cookies we use
You can find more information about cookies and the types of cookies we use on our websites in the cookie register which can be found at: http://franklintempletonglobal.com/privacy/cookie-register.page.

Contact our Data Protection Officer at the address referred to in Appendix 1 of this Notice if you would like a hard copy of this register, or you have any specific queries regarding the cookies which are deployed on Our Website.

You can find more information about cookies, behavioural advertising and online privacy at www.allaboutcookies.org or www.youronlinechoices.com.

How do I reject cookies?
If you do not want to be tracked by Google Analytics cookies you can opt-out by installing a browser plug-in here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/.

If you do not want to be tracked by Marketo cookies you can opt-out by clicking the link here: http://www.franklintempletonglobal.com/marketo-optout.page?marketo_opt_ out=true

If you do not want to receive any cookies from our emails then do not download any images or click any links when you open the email. You may first have to disable automatic downloading of images on your email client.

At any time, you can prevent cookies from being set on your browser. For instructions on how to block, delete or disable cookies, please consult your browser’s ‘Help’ or ‘Support’ section. Please note that by deleting our cookies or disabling future cookies you may not be able to access certain areas or features of Our Website. Please also note that you cannot disable web beacons (clear gifs, pixels, tags) but these typically work in conjunction with other cookies and so will become largely ineffective if you disable cookies in your browser settings.

Please consult the following links for information on cookie management and blocking according to your browser:
Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/internet-explorer/delete- manage-cookies#ie=ie-11.
Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable- cookies-website-preferences
Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en Safari: https://support.apple.com/kb/PH19214?locale=en_GB

You can also find more information and manage cookie storage at https://www.aboutcookies.org/ and www.youronlinechoices.eu.

APPENDIX 1
FRANKLIN TEMPLETON GROUP COMPANIES & FUNDS


Franklin Templeton and all its group companies have access to information on individuals covered by this Notice. However, only appropriate data controllers have access to relevant employees and candidates data. Franklin Templeton Funds and their Management Companies act as joint-controller unless local jurisdiction states it differently.

Below our most impacted fund group companies and funds are noted. For a full list, please visit: www.franklintempletonglobal.com/privacy/fund-entities

How to Contact Us
If an individual wishes to exercise their individual rights, or to raise any questions, concerns or complaints concerning this Notice or on our privacy practices, they can contact us at the relevant address for their country listed below. The individual should address the envelope as follows: “FAO Data Protection Officer”.

Alternatively, our Data Protection Officer can be contacted directly at:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l.
8A, rue Albert Borschette 

L-1246 Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Email Address: DataProtectionOfficer@franklintempleton.com


Franklin Templeton Group Companies

AUSTRIA:
Franklin Templeton Austria GmbH 

Universitätsring 10
4th Floor, 1010 Vienna, Austria

BELGIUM:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l., Belgian Branch 

28 avenue Marnix
1000 Brussels, Belgium

FRANCE:
Franklin Templeton France SA 

20 Rue de la Paix
75002 Paris, France

GERMANY:
Franklin Templeton Investment Services GmbH
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited, German Branch

Mainzer Landstr. 16
D-60325 Frankfurt am Main. Germany

HUNGARY:
Franklin Templeton Magyarország Kft. 

1051 Budapest
Sas utca 10-12, 

Hungary

IRELAND:
Franklin Floating Rate Fund Plc (FFRF)
Franklin Emerging Market Debt Opportunities Fund (FTEMDOF)

JPMorgan House
International Financial Services Centre 

Dublin 1, Ireland

Franklin Liberty Shares ICAV (Irish ETF) 


78 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay
Dublin 2, Ireland

ITALY:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l., Italian Branch 

C.so Italia, n.1
20122 Milano, Italy

LUXEMBOURG:
Franklin Templeton Management Luxembourg S.A. 

Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l. 

Franklin Templeton Investment Funds (FTIF)
Franklin Templeton Series II Funds (FTSIIF)

Franklin Templeton Sharia Funds (FTSF)
Franklin Templeton Specialized Investment Funds (FTSIF)

Franklin Templeton Opportunities Fund (FTOF)
Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIIB SCSP
FTAIF-TSEMF V - Templeton Strategic Emerging Markets Fund V (private equity)

8A, rue Albert Borschette 

L-1246 Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

NETHERLANDS:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

World Trade Center Amsterdam
H-toren, 5e verdieping Zuidplein 36 

1077 XV Amsterdam, Netherlands

POLAND:
Templeton Asset Management (Poland) 

Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych S.A. 

Franklin Templeton Investments Poland Sp. z o.o. 

Franklin Templeton Fundusz Inwestycyjny Otwarty

Rondo ONZ 1, 29th Floor 

00-124 Warsaw, Poland

ROMANIA:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Ltd UK 

Fondul Proprietatea

Premium Point
78-80 Buzesti, 08th floor, District 1, Bucharest, Romania

SLOVAKIA:
Franklin Templeton Slovakia, s.r.o. 

Regus Business Centre, Karadzicova 8/A 

821 08 Bratislava, Slovakia

SPAIN:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

Calle Jose Ortega y Gasset, 29–5a planta
28006 Madrid, Spain

SWEDEN:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

Blasieholmsgatan 5
SE-111 48 Stockholm, Sweden

UNITED KINGDOM:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited

Franklin Templeton Global Investors Limited

Franklin Templeton Fund Management Limited

Franklin Templeton Funds (OEIC)
Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust (TEMIT)

Cannon Place, 78 Cannon Street 

London EC4N 6HL, United Kingdom

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:
Templeton Growth Fund (TGF) Inc – Fund

P.O. Box 33030

St. PetersburgFlorida 33733-8030, USA

Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund, L.P (Series B/C) 

Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIB, L.P. (TBC)

Corporation Trust Center, 1
209 Orange Street, County of New Castle 

Wilmington
Delaware 19801




APPENDIX 2
THIRD PARTY AND OTHER RECIPIENTS CATEGORIES


Employees Candidates
• Account Processing System suppliers
• Benefits and Pension Providers
• Business Contact database administrators
• Cloud-based solution providers
• Courts
• Document Archive, Storage and Destruction Suppliers
• Events Management Providers
• IT Systems Suppliers
• Payroll Providers
• Print Services Suppliers
• Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers
• Regulators
• Security or Police Authorities
• Social Media Providers
• Tax Authorities

• Account Processing System suppliers
• Business Contact database administrators
• Courts
• Events Management Providers
• Payroll Providers
• Print Services Suppliers
• Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers
• Recruitment Providers
• Regulators
• Security or Police Authorities
• Social Media Providers
• Tax Authorities




What these Third Parties do

Account Processing System suppliers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to service or maintain business contact databases, and systems processing account information, such as suppliers systems supporting Our Website.

Benefits and Pension Providers - Third parties who provide services or benefits on FT’s behalf, for employees.

Business Contact database administrators - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to service or maintain business contact databases, and systems processing account information, such as suppliers systems supporting FT’s Website(s).

Cloud-based solution providers - Third parties who provide cloud-based solutions such as Translations services, and Training solutions.

Courts - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Document Archive, Storage and Destruction Suppliers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to provide document archive and storage services.

Events Management Providers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to plan, organise and facilitate events.

IT Systems Suppliers - Third parties who provide technical services specifically for IT systems.

Payroll Providers - Third parties who provide services on FT’s behalf, for employees.

Print Services Suppliers - Third parties who provide technical services specifically for print services.

Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers - Third parties who provide services to Franklin Templeton group companies, such as its professional advisers (e.g. auditors and lawyers).

Recruitment Providers - Third parties who provide recruitment services on FT’s behalf.

Regulators - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Security or Police Authorities - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Social Media Providers - Social Media providers supporting Franklin Templeton web pages, such as Twitter and LinkedIn.

Tax Authorities - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.


 
 
 
 

 

 

 

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Employees and Candidates 

Privacy & Cookies Notice

Version 2.0


HOW WE USE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION


At Franklin Templeton, we care about your privacy and value the trust you place in us when you share your personal information.

Accordingly, we wanted to let you know how we deal with the personal information you give us or is given to us by a third party.The aim of this Notice is to explain to you - as Data Subject - what kind of personal information we gather on you, why and how we process it as data controller. Data protection laws changed on 25th of May 2018, with the implementation of the EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). This Notice sets out your rights with regard to this EU regulation.

From time to time, we may update this Notice, and any new version will be available on MyFTI. We recommend you regularly review it to ensure that you are always aware of our privacy practices.

Our privacy commitments to you:
• We will keep your data safe and private
• We will ensure that you can exercise your rights
• We will train FTI employees to properly manage your personal information.

1. To whose personal information does this Notice apply?

This Notice describes our practices when using:


i) the personal information of employees based in the European Economic Area (EEA) or employees outside the EEA to whom our EEA group companies offer services;
ii) the personal information of candidates either based in the EEA or those based outside EEA applying to an offer from an EEA located FTI group company.

2. What personal information are we collecting and why? 

Data Protection laws say that we are allowed to use personal information (including sharing such information with third parties) where we have an acceptable reason to do so.

Accordingly, we must have one or more of the following reasons:
• To fulfil a contract we have with you;
• When it is our legal duty;
• When it is in our legitimate interest*;
• When you consent to it.

(*) Our legitimate interest is when we have a business or commercial reason to use the information. However, it must not unfairly go against what is right and best for you (more details are available upon request).

In general, we may collect the following types of personal information you give us or through our third parties:
• Information relating to you;
• Information relating to your family;
• Information relating to your use of our IT;
• Communications in the workplace and other information relating to your employment with us.

Depending on your Data Subject profile the reasons for processing your personal information may be different. Further information for each Data Subject profile can be found in section 8.

We also collect and use personal information about employees through Our Websites, and Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites such as Twitter and LinkedIn, and you can refer to section 9 for more information.

3. What are your Rights?

Individuals have the following rights, under certain circumstances, in relation to their personal information:
• Right to access personal information
• Right to rectify personal information
• Right to restrict the use of personal information
• Right to request that personal information is erased
• Right to object to processing of personal information
• Right to data portability (in certain specific circumstances)
• Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.

If you - as an individual - wish to exercise these rights, you can download an Individual Rights Request form which is available at www.franklintempletonglobal.com/rights-request-form.pdf, or contact us through the address referred to in Appendix 1 of this Notice.

A summary of each right and how you can take steps to exercise it is set out below.

Where we receive a request to exercise one of these rights, we shall provide information on the action we take on the request without undue delay and in any event within one month of receipt of the request. This may be extended by a further two months in certain circumstances, for example where requests are complex or numerous.

The information will be provided free of charge, except where requests are manifestly unfounded or excessive, in particular because of their repetitive character. In these circumstances we may charge a reasonable fee or may refuse to act on the request. We will advise you of any fees prior to proceeding with a request.

We may ask for additional information to verify your identity before carrying out a request, if we consider this information insufficient we reserve the right to reject your request.

Where we do not carry out a request, we shall inform you without delay and within one month of receipt of the request, providing our reasons for not taking the action requested.

Right to access personal information

Individuals have the right to confirm the following with us:
• Whether or not we process personal information about them
• Certain specified information about the processing

Individuals also have a right to access the personal information and be provided with a copy.

Right to restrict processing of personal information
Individuals have the right to request that we restrict processing of their personal information where one of the following applies:
• An individual contests the accuracy of the personal information. The restriction will apply until we have taken steps to verify the accuracy of the personal information;
• The processing is unlawful but an individual does not want the personal information to be erased and requests restriction instead;
• We no longer require the personal information for the purposes of processing, but it is still required by an individual in connection with a legal claim;
• An individual has exercised their right to object to the processing. The restriction will apply until we have taken steps to verify whether we have compelling legitimate grounds to continue processing.

Right to object to processing of personal information
Where personal information is used to target marketing to an individual, they have the right to object to this at any stage.

An individual also has the right to object to processing of their personal information where the legal basis of the processing is in our legitimate interests. We will have to stop processing until we are able to verify that we have compelling legitimate grounds for processing which override the individual’s interests, rights and freedoms, or alternatively that we need to continue processing for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

Right to rectification of personal information
If an individual believes that the personal information we hold on them is inaccurate, they may request that it be amended. They may also request that incomplete personal information be completed, including by providing a written confirmation.

Right to request erasure of personal information (“right to be forgotten”)
An individual may also request the erasure of their personal information in certain circumstances, including the following (this is not an exhaustive list):
• The personal information is no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed;
• The processing was based on consent which has been withdrawn and there is no other legal basis for processing;
• The individual has exercised their right to object to the processing and there are no overriding legitimate grounds for the processing to continue.

There are also certain exceptions where we may refuse a request for erasure, for example, where the personal information is required to comply with a legal obligation or for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

If an individual does request erasure of their personal information, this will potentially remove records which we hold for their benefit, such as their presence on a suppression list and they will have to contact us to provide personal information if they wish for us to hold this in future.

Right to Data Portability
Where we are relying upon the legal basis either of consent or that the processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which an individual is a party, and that personal information is processed by automatic means (e.g. electronically), an individual has the right to receive all the personal information which they have provided to us in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and to transmit this to another controller directly, where this is technically feasible.

Supervisory Authority
An individual also has a right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the Member State in the European Union where they are habitually resident, where they work or where an alleged infringement of Data Protection laws has taken place.

4. Marketing Communications
If you are an employee or candidate covered by this Notice, we will keep you up-to-date with details of our job vacancies by email using the information that you may have supplied to us. When required by regulation and/or law, we will obtain the proper consent to use your contact details, including your email addresses. In any case, you can change your preferences in regard to such marketing communications by contacting us.

Additionally, we will ensure that any third party assisting us in marketing our job vacancies and related services are under contractual obligations to protect the confidentiality of your personal information, and will use it only to provide services we have instructed them to perform.

5. International transfers & data sharing
The information we collect from you may be transferred to, and stored, outside the EEA (including for example to a company within the FTI Group in the United States and its third-party suppliers outside the EEA) and may also be processed by people operating outside the EEA who work for us or one of our suppliers.

The countries that we transfer data to outside of the EEA include: Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and the United States.

Some of these countries may not have the equivalent level of data protection laws as those in your location. If we need to transfer personal data outside the EEA, we will take steps to make sure your personal information is protected and safeguarded once it leaves the EEA, in particular, we will use the EU Data Protection Model Clauses approved by the European Commission and permitted under Article 46 of the GDPR. If you would like to obtain the details of such safeguards, you can request these from the Data Protection Officer.

6. Retention Periods
We will retain your personal information covered by this Notice:
• For employees - for the period of your employment and for a reasonable period thereafter in accordance with local retention periods which is also reflected in FTI Europe Record Retention Policy;
• For candidates - We keep your personal information for as long as is necessary in connection with the purposes identified below, and for a reasonable period thereafter, in accordance with local retention periods, which is also reflected in FTI’s European Record Retention Policy.

In certain circumstances, data may need to be retained for a longer period of time, for example, where we are in ongoing correspondence or there is a continuing claim or investigation.

Our web logs are kept for 60 days to support investigation and reporting of any attempted security breaches on Our Websites.

7. Confidentiality and Security
We have implemented reasonable technical and organisational measures designed to secure personal information from accidental loss and unauthorised access, use, alteration or disclosure. FTI employees are required to follow specific procedures with respect to maintaining the confidentiality of our investors’ personal information. Additionally, we maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to protect the personal information that we process. This includes performing ongoing evaluations of our systems containing investor information and making changes when appropriate.

However, about information transmitted via the Internet, the Internet is an open system and we cannot and do not guarantee or warrant the security of any information that an individual transmits on or through Our Website or that we otherwise maintain, although Our Website uses the secure file transfer protocol where appropriate.

8. Data Subjects type details

Employees

Information that we collect about you

We collect information in relation to your employment with us. It is either provided by you, created by us (or on our behalf) in connection with your employment, or obtained from third parties such as referees or recruitment agencies. This information includes:


• Information relating to you, including:
○ personal details such as name, gender, date of birth;
○ contact details including address, telephone number, email address;
○ hobbies;
○ Curriculum vitae, application form, expertise, education, training and career management details;
○ logistical details of current employment, such as role and location;
○ financial details of employment, including salary, pension and benefits and bank account;
○ details of previous employment;
○ immigration status (passport details) and copy of your work permit (for foreign employees);
○ details of training, appraisals, recruitment and leaving information, grievances, disciplinary investigations and outcomes (including alleged or actual breaches of policies and procedures and whistle-blower reports), sickness, absence and health and safety records;
○ driver’s licence if you travel in connection with your employment;
○ trade union membership but only with consent or if otherwise authorised under applicable law;
○ survey information, such as your views about working for us and diversity information, as further described below;
○ where you have access to FTI premises, CCTV recordings may be collected for the legitimate interests of Franklin Templeton in accordance with local law (subject to your consent in some jurisdictions)
○ where you have access to premises or systems storing investor information, your fingerprints or other biometric data if you provide your consent. Your name and likeness as well as the photographs, videos and/or audiovisual recordings for publicity release purposes subject to your consent and permission;


• Information relating to your family, including:
○ family or other contact details (for emergency contact purposes);
○ number and identity of dependents and spouse or partner (if any); and
○ beneficiary information, including name and contact details of beneficiaries of benefits for employees and their families; hobbies.


• Information relating to your use of our IT: including:
○ monitoring your use of FTI’s IT systems including email, internet systems, computers, telephone systems and mobile devices by IT staff and automated systems; and
○ in some cases, monitoring and access to the content of your emails, telephone calls and other content stored on any FTI device.


• Communications in the workplace and other information relating to your employment with us: including:
○ emails, skype communications, telephone calls and letters;
○ business travel.


In some circumstances it will be necessary for you to provide the personal data to us. We will make it clear if and when this situation arises. This need will arise where there is a requirement under law for us to obtain certain information from you or where it is necessary to obtain certain information from you because of a requirement under your contract. Where you fail to provide the necessary information, this may result in us being required to terminate your contract of employment.

IT Systems Monitoring
Monitoring of FTI’s IT Systems will always be performed, and authorised, in accordance with FTI’s Information Security Policy. You can access a copy of FTI’s Information Security Policy from our intranet site or by contacting us.

Diversity Monitoring
During the course of your employment, when conducting surveys, we may ask for your consent to collect information about you in accordance with our diversity policy. These surveys help us to understand our staff demographic better, target our initiatives to employees more effectively and send out a strong and positive signal that diversity and inclusion are important to FTI. The types of information which we may collect include: age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability status and ethnicity. You may withdraw consent at any time by contacting the Data Protection Officer. This information will only be used by us and Franklin Resources Inc., in accordance with local law, and subject to your consent within your local jurisdiction, and in connection with our and the FTI Group’s Diversity and Inclusion policy and to analyse workforce diversity. We will not disclose it to your line manager / business unit and we will not use it to make decisions about your employment relationship with us.

How we use your information
We use the information we collect from you for the purposes of:
• performing our obligations, or exercising our rights, under our employment contract with you;
• performing a legal obligation to which we are subject; and
• our legitimate interests which will only apply where we consider that the legitimate interest is not overridden by your interests or rights which require protection of your data, such as the administration and management of your employment with us, including the following purposes:
○ for facilitating Human Resources (HR) management functions (for example, recruitment, career development, performance management, talent management and grievance management);
○ for employee administration and operational purposes (for example, in relation to absences, pay, benefits and HR records);
○ for verifying compliance with our policies and procedures;
○ for marketing and other business promotion activities;
○ for backup purposes to facilitate business continuity;
○ for compliance with any contractual, legal or regulatory obligations;
○ detection or prevention of any inappropriate behaviour or breach of the FTI policies;

○ monitoring your use of FTI’s electronic communications and information technology systems including access to the internet, email and use of telephone systems and may include access to the content of those communications in accordance with FTI’s Information Security Policy;
○ ensuring only authorised users have access to our premises or IT systems storing confidential investor information; and
○ business management and other legitimate business purposes.

Information that we share
We will disclose personal information of employees as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2.

If you require further information regarding Franklin Templeton sharing your personal data with third party recipients, you may contact the Data Protection Officer.

Candidates

Information that we collect about you

We collect information in relation to your application with us. It is either provided by you or obtained from third parties such as referees or recruitment agencies. This information includes:
• Information relating to you, including:
○ personal details such as name, gender, date of birth;
○ contact details including address, telephone number, email address;
○ hobbies;
○ Curriculum vitae, expertise, education, training and career management details;
○ logistical details of current employment, such as role and location;
○ financial details of employment, including salary, pension and benefits and bank account;
○ details of previous employment;
○ immigration status (passport details) and copy of your work permit (for foreign candidates);
○ where you access our premises, CCTV recordings may be collected for the legitimate interests of Franklin Templeton in accordance with local law (subject to your consent in some jurisdictions)

Diversity Monitoring
During the course of your employment application, when conducting surveys, we may ask for your consent to collect information about you in accordance with our diversity policy. These surveys help us to understand our staff demographic better, target our initiatives to employees more effectively and send out a strong and positive signal that diversity and inclusion are important to FTI. The types of information which we may collect include: age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability status and ethnicity. You may withdraw consent at any time by contacting the Data Protection Officer. This information will only be used by us and Franklin Resources Inc., in accordance with local law, and subject to your consent within your local jurisdiction, and in connection with our and the FTI Group’s Diversity and Inclusion policy and to analyse workforce diversity. We will not disclose it to your line manager / business unit and we will not use it to make decisions about your employment relationship with us.


How we use your information
We use the information we collect from you for the purposes of:
• our legitimate interests which will only apply where we consider that the legitimate interest is not overridden by your interests or rights which require protection of your data, such as the administration and management of your application with us, including the following purposes:
○ for facilitating recruitment;
○ for administration and operational purposes (for example, in relation to pay, benefits and personnel records);
○ for verifying compliance with our policies and procedures;
○ ensuring only authorised users have access to our premises or IT systems storing confidential investor information; and
○ business management and other legitimate business purposes.

Information that we share
We will disclose personal information of candidates as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2.

If you require further information regarding Franklin Templeton sharing your personal data with third party recipients, you may contact the Data Protection Officer.

9. Web-related collection of personal information 

Information we collect about users of Our Website and social media sites


We collect personal information about users through Our Website, and Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites such as Twitter and LinkedIn, including the following:
• Information users provide when they enter information on Our Website, such as when submitting a “Contact Us” message (such as name, email address, salutation);
• Information users provide when they subscribe to email newsletters, press releases or other periodicals through Our Website (such as name, email address, salutation, investor type and country of residence);
• Information users provide when posting content on social media sites;
• Information users provide in their social media bio;
• Information users provide when they respond to a survey or marketing communication, such as their opinions about our services and information about themselves (such as age range, services used, how they know us, their opinions of our services);
• Information users provide when they register for an online account through Our Website (such as name, email address, address, date of birth, unique identification numbers (e.g. client reference number, social security number). The decision to provide this information is optional. However, if the user decides not to provide such information, they may not be able to access certain content or features available on or through Our Website;
• Information captured in our web logs such as device information (e.g. device brand and model, screen dimensions), unique identification numbers (e.g. IP address and device ID), and browser information (e.g. URL, browser type, pages visited, date/time of access);
• Information captured by our cookies (see ‘Cookies, Tags and Similar Technologies’ section below);
• Advertising information (such as size/type of ad, ad impressions, location/format of ad, data about interactions with the ad);
• Behavioural information (such as information on the behaviour or presumed interests of individuals which are linked to those individuals and may be used to create a user profile); and
• Information users provide in connection with purchasing items from Our Website shops (such as name, payment card information, and billing and delivery address and purchase details).

Our Websites and online services are for individuals who are at least 18 years of age. Our online services are not designed to be used by minors under the age of 18.


In certain circumstances, where a website user does not provide personal information which is required (for example, in relation to our online services), we will not be able to perform our obligations under the contract with them or may not be able to provide them with products and services. We will make it clear if and when this situation arises and what the consequences of not providing the information will be for the website user.

How we use website and social media users’ information
We use the personal information we collect from Our Website users and individuals accessing Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites for the purposes of:
• personalizing their experience of Our Website;
• monitoring social media content to manage relations with our customers and promote our business and brand;
• if there is an interaction on a social media site with a third party social media user that we consider that we should react on, passing a link to the content and third party’s profile to the department of interest;
• providing products and services that website users have requested;
• administering the website, investigating any complaints and providing customer service;
• providing website users and individuals accessing our web pages on social media sites with information and offers on products or services that may be of interest to them (see section above on Marketing Communications); and
• performing statistical and trend analysis to improve the user experience and performance of Our Website.

Please see below as regards information we collect through cookies and other tracking technologies.
We justify our processing on the following legal bases:
• consent to receiving our marketing communications (see section on Marketing Communications), where applicable. In the event that an individual wishes to withdraw their consent they will have an option to “Unsubscribe” or may contact the Data Protection Officer;
• performing our obligations under our contracts with users buying goods and services from our Webshop or registering online to receive our services or using our online services (subject to our separate terms and conditions of supply);
• compliance with the law or regulatory requirements; and
• pursuing our legitimate interests. A legitimate interest will apply only where we consider that it is not overridden by a website or social media user’s interests or rights which require protection of their personal information.

We have determined that our legitimate interests include the following:
○ Promoting our products, services and Funds through Our Website and other communications;
○ Monitoring, investigating and reporting any attempts to breach the security of Our Websites;
○ Improving the performance and user experience of Our Website;
○ Performing our obligations under our contracts with our users;
○ Managing our business and brand by monitoring our public profile and responding promptly to complaints;
○ Improving the security, performance and user experience of Our Website;
○ Targeting personalised marketing to website and social media users for the legitimate purposes of promoting our business and our brand.

If a website user or individual accessing our web pages on social media sites requires further information regarding our legitimate interests as applied to their personal information, they may contact the Data Protection Officer.

Survey Information: Occasionally we may ask users to participate in a brief survey to help us make smart choices as we look for ways to improve Our Website. Information users provide in response to such surveys will not be identified with them unless they consent.

Recipients of website and social media user data
We may disclose personal information of website and social media users as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2. 


External Links
Our Website may contain links to online websites or content operated and maintained by third parties, over which we have no control. Please consult the privacy policies of these third-party sites to become familiar with their privacy practices and to learn about any choices that these companies may offer you with respect to your personal information.

10. Cookies, tags and similar technologies
A cookie is a small text file which includes a unique identifier that is sent by a web server to the browser on your computer, mobile phone or any other internet enabled device when you visit an on-line site. Cookies and similar technologies are widely used to make websites work efficiently and to collect information about your online preferences. For simplicity, we refer to all these technologies as “cookies”.

Some of Our Website pages may contain electronic images known as web beacons (also known as clear gifs, tags or pixels) that allow us to count users who have visited our pages. Web beacons collect only limited information, e.g. a cookie number, time and date of a page view, and a description of the page on which the web beacon resides. We may also carry web beacons placed by third party advertisers. These beacons do not carry any information that could directly identify you.

How do we use cookies?
We use cookies and other tracking technologies to customise content and advertising, provide social media features and to see how our visitors move through Our Website. We use this information to make decisions about ways to improve the services we offer you.

We may engage third party tracking and advertising providers such as those named below to act on our behalf to track and analyse your usage of Our Website through the use of cookies. These third parties collect, and share with us, usage information about visits to Our Website and, sometimes by correlating this information with other information (e.g. your IP address), measure and research the effectiveness of our advertisements, track page usage, help us target our recommendations and advertising, and track use of our recommendations and advertisements.

Cookies and types of cookies we use
You can find more information about cookies and the types of cookies we use on our websites in the cookie register which can be found at: http://franklintempletonglobal.com/privacy/cookie-register.page.

Contact our Data Protection Officer at the address referred to in Appendix 1 of this Notice if you would like a hard copy of this register, or you have any specific queries regarding the cookies which are deployed on Our Website.

You can find more information about cookies, behavioural advertising and online privacy at www.allaboutcookies.org or www.youronlinechoices.com.

How do I reject cookies?
If you do not want to be tracked by Google Analytics cookies you can opt-out by installing a browser plug-in here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/.

If you do not want to be tracked by Marketo cookies you can opt-out by clicking the link here: http://www.franklintempletonglobal.com/marketo-optout.page?marketo_opt_ out=true

If you do not want to receive any cookies from our emails then do not download any images or click any links when you open the email. You may first have to disable automatic downloading of images on your email client.

At any time, you can prevent cookies from being set on your browser. For instructions on how to block, delete or disable cookies, please consult your browser’s ‘Help’ or ‘Support’ section. Please note that by deleting our cookies or disabling future cookies you may not be able to access certain areas or features of Our Website. Please also note that you cannot disable web beacons (clear gifs, pixels, tags) but these typically work in conjunction with other cookies and so will become largely ineffective if you disable cookies in your browser settings.

Please consult the following links for information on cookie management and blocking according to your browser:
Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/internet-explorer/delete- manage-cookies#ie=ie-11.
Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable- cookies-website-preferences
Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en Safari: https://support.apple.com/kb/PH19214?locale=en_GB

You can also find more information and manage cookie storage at https://www.aboutcookies.org/ and www.youronlinechoices.eu.

APPENDIX 1
FRANKLIN TEMPLETON GROUP COMPANIES & FUNDS


Franklin Templeton and all its group companies have access to information on individuals covered by this Notice. However, only appropriate data controllers have access to relevant employees and candidates data. Franklin Templeton Funds and their Management Companies act as joint-controller unless local jurisdiction states it differently.

Below our most impacted fund group companies and funds are noted. For a full list, please visit: www.franklintempletonglobal.com/privacy/fund-entities

How to Contact Us
If an individual wishes to exercise their individual rights, or to raise any questions, concerns or complaints concerning this Notice or on our privacy practices, they can contact us at the relevant address for their country listed below. The individual should address the envelope as follows: “FAO Data Protection Officer”.

Alternatively, our Data Protection Officer can be contacted directly at:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l.
8A, rue Albert Borschette 

L-1246 Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Email Address: DataProtectionOfficer@franklintempleton.com


Franklin Templeton Group Companies

AUSTRIA:
Franklin Templeton Austria GmbH 

Universitätsring 10
4th Floor, 1010 Vienna, Austria

BELGIUM:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l., Belgian Branch 

28 avenue Marnix
1000 Brussels, Belgium

FRANCE:
Franklin Templeton France SA 

20 Rue de la Paix
75002 Paris, France

GERMANY:
Franklin Templeton Investment Services GmbH
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited, German Branch

Mainzer Landstr. 16
D-60325 Frankfurt am Main. Germany

HUNGARY:
Franklin Templeton Magyarország Kft. 

1051 Budapest
Sas utca 10-12, 

Hungary

IRELAND:
Franklin Floating Rate Fund Plc (FFRF)
Franklin Emerging Market Debt Opportunities Fund (FTEMDOF)

JPMorgan House
International Financial Services Centre 

Dublin 1, Ireland

Franklin Liberty Shares ICAV (Irish ETF) 


78 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay
Dublin 2, Ireland

ITALY:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l., Italian Branch 

C.so Italia, n.1
20122 Milano, Italy

LUXEMBOURG:
Franklin Templeton Management Luxembourg S.A. 

Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l. 

Franklin Templeton Investment Funds (FTIF)
Franklin Templeton Series II Funds (FTSIIF)

Franklin Templeton Sharia Funds (FTSF)
Franklin Templeton Specialized Investment Funds (FTSIF)

Franklin Templeton Opportunities Fund (FTOF)
Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIIB SCSP
FTAIF-TSEMF V - Templeton Strategic Emerging Markets Fund V (private equity)

8A, rue Albert Borschette 

L-1246 Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

NETHERLANDS:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

World Trade Center Amsterdam
H-toren, 5e verdieping Zuidplein 36 

1077 XV Amsterdam, Netherlands

POLAND:
Templeton Asset Management (Poland) 

Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych S.A. 

Franklin Templeton Investments Poland Sp. z o.o. 

Franklin Templeton Fundusz Inwestycyjny Otwarty

Rondo ONZ 1, 29th Floor 

00-124 Warsaw, Poland

ROMANIA:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Ltd UK 

Fondul Proprietatea

Premium Point
78-80 Buzesti, 08th floor, District 1, Bucharest, Romania

SLOVAKIA:
Franklin Templeton Slovakia, s.r.o. 

Regus Business Centre, Karadzicova 8/A 

821 08 Bratislava, Slovakia

SPAIN:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

Calle Jose Ortega y Gasset, 29–5a planta
28006 Madrid, Spain

SWEDEN:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

Blasieholmsgatan 5
SE-111 48 Stockholm, Sweden

UNITED KINGDOM:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited

Franklin Templeton Global Investors Limited

Franklin Templeton Fund Management Limited

Franklin Templeton Funds (OEIC)
Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust (TEMIT)

Cannon Place, 78 Cannon Street 

London EC4N 6HL, United Kingdom

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:
Templeton Growth Fund (TGF) Inc – Fund

P.O. Box 33030

St. Petersburg, Florida 33733-8030, USA

Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund, L.P (Series B/C) 

Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIB, L.P. (TBC)

Corporation Trust Center, 1
209 Orange Street, County of New Castle 

Wilmington
Delaware 19801




APPENDIX 2
THIRD PARTY AND OTHER RECIPIENTS CATEGORIES


Employees Candidates
• Account Processing System suppliers
• Benefits and Pension Providers
• Business Contact database administrators
• Cloud-based solution providers
• Courts
• Document Archive, Storage and Destruction Suppliers
• Events Management Providers
• IT Systems Suppliers
• Payroll Providers
• Print Services Suppliers
• Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers
• Regulators
• Security or Police Authorities
• Social Media Providers
• Tax Authorities

• Account Processing System suppliers
• Business Contact database administrators
• Courts
• Events Management Providers
• Payroll Providers
• Print Services Suppliers
• Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers
• Recruitment Providers
• Regulators
• Security or Police Authorities
• Social Media Providers
• Tax Authorities




What these Third Parties do

Account Processing System suppliers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to service or maintain business contact databases, and systems processing account information, such as suppliers systems supporting Our Website.

Benefits and Pension Providers - Third parties who provide services or benefits on FT’s behalf, for employees.

Business Contact database administrators - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to service or maintain business contact databases, and systems processing account information, such as suppliers systems supporting FT’s Website(s).

Cloud-based solution providers - Third parties who provide cloud-based solutions such as Translations services, and Training solutions.

Courts - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Document Archive, Storage and Destruction Suppliers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to provide document archive and storage services.

Events Management Providers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to plan, organise and facilitate events.

IT Systems Suppliers - Third parties who provide technical services specifically for IT systems.

Payroll Providers - Third parties who provide services on FT’s behalf, for employees.

Print Services Suppliers - Third parties who provide technical services specifically for print services.

Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers - Third parties who provide services to Franklin Templeton group companies, such as its professional advisers (e.g. auditors and lawyers).

Recruitment Providers - Third parties who provide recruitment services on FT’s behalf.

Regulators - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Security or Police Authorities - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Social Media Providers - Social Media providers supporting Franklin Templeton web pages, such as Twitter and LinkedIn.

Tax Authorities - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

 


 
 
 
 



 

 

 

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Data Protection Statement

Country: France

Language: French


Employes et candidats
Avis de confidentialité et d'utilisation des n de confidentialité des cookies
Version 2.0

 

COMMENT NOUS UTILISONS VOS DONNÉES À CARACTÈRE PERSONNEL
 

Franklin Templeton respecte votre vie privée. Nous valorisons la confiance que vous nous accordez en nous communiquant vos données à caractère personnel.
En conséquence, nous tenons à vous tenir informé sur la façon dont nous traitons les données à caractère personnel que vous nous transmettez ou qui nous sont transmises par des tiers. L’objectif de cet avis est de vous expliquer – à vous en tant que personne concernée – quel type de données à caractère personnel sont collectées à votre sujet, pourquoi et comment nous les traitons en tant que responsable du traitement. La législation relative à la protection des données a changé le 25 mai 2018 lors de l’entrée en vigueur du Règlement général sur la protection des données (RGPD) de l’Union européenne. Le présent avis définit vos droits au regard de ce règlement européen.

 

Nous pouvons mettre à jour cet avis de temps à autre. Toute nouvelle version sera dans ce cas disponible sur MyFTI. Nous vous recommandons de le consulter régulièrement afin de vous assurer de toujours être informé(e) de nos pratiques relatives à la confidentialité.
 

Voici nos engagements en matière de confidentialité des données :
• Nous garantirons la sécurité et la confidentialité de vos informations
• Nous nous assurerons que vous pourrez exercer vos droits
• Nous formerons les employés FTI à la gestion adéquate de vos données à caractère personnel.
 

1. À qui le présent avis de confidentialité s’applique‑t‑il?
Le présent avis énonce nos pratiques pour l’utilisation :
i) des données à caractère personnel des employés se trouvant dans l’Espace économique européen (EEE) ou des employés situés en dehors de l’EEE à qui les sociétés EEE de notre groupe offrent des services;
ii) les données à caractère personnel des candidats se trouvant dans l’EEE ou qui sont situés hors de l’EEE et qui ont postulé à une offre d’emploi émanant d’une société du groupe FTI sise dans l’EEE.
 

2. Quelles données à caractère personnel collectons‑nous et pourquoi?
D’après les lois sur la protection des données, nous avons le droit d’utiliser des données à caractère personnel (y compris de les partager avec des tiers) lorsque nous avons une raison acceptable de le faire.

Il peut s’agir de l’une ou plusieurs des raisons suivantes :
• Pour remplir les obligations d’un contrat conclu avec vous;
• Pour respecter nos obligations légales;
• Lorsque c’est dans notre intérêt légitime*;
• Lorsque vous y consentez.

(*) Par intérêt légitime, on entend toute raison professionnelle ou commerciale d’utiliser ces informations. Toutefois, elle ne doit pas être contraire à vos droits ni aller à l’encontre de votre intérêt personnel (de plus amples informations sont disponibles sur demande).

En règle générale, nous pouvons collecter les informations personnelles suivantes, que vous nous les transmettiez directement ou par l’entremise d’un tiers :
• les informations vous concernant;
• les informations concernant votre famille;
• les informations concernant votre usage de nos systèmes informatiques;
• les communications sur le lieu de travail et d’autres informations relatives à votre emploi dans notre société.

Selon votre profil de personne concernée, vos données à caractère personnel peuvent être traitées pour différentes raisons. De plus amples informations relatives à chaque profil de personne concernée sont disponibles au paragraphe 8.

Nous collectons et utilisons également les données à caractère personnel des employés via notre site Internet et les pages Web Franklin Templeton figurant sur les médias sociaux comme Twitter et LinkedIn. De plus amples informations sont disponibles à la section 9.

3. Quels sont vos droits?
Tout individu dispose, dans certaines circonstances, des droits suivants concernant ses données à caractère personnel :
• Droit d’accès aux données à caractère personnel;
• Droit de rectifier les données à caractère personnel;
• Droit de limiter l’utilisation des données à caractère personnel;
• Droit de demander que des données à caractère personnel soient effacées;
• Droit d’opposition au traitement des données à caractère personnel;
• Droit à la portabilité des données (dans certaines circonstances particulières);
• Droit de déposer plainte auprès d’une autorité de surveillance.

Si, en tant que personne physique, vous souhaitez exercer ces droits, vous pouvez télécharger un formulaire de demande de droits individuels, disponible à l’adresse www.franklintempletonglobal.com/droits‑demande‑formulaire.pdf, ou nous contacter à l’adresse figurant à l’annexe 1 du présent avis.

Un résumé de chaque droit et de la façon dont vous pouvez prendre des mesures pour l’exercer y est énoncé.

Lorsque nous recevons une demande en vue d’exercer un de ces droits, nous vous informons de la mesure prise à ce sujet dans les meilleurs délais, et, en tout état de cause, dans un délai d’un mois à compter de la réception de ladite demande. Dans certains cas, par exemple lorsque les demandes sont complexes ou nombreuses, ce délai peut être prolongé de deux mois.

Ces informations seront fournies gratuitement, sauf lorsque les demandes sont manifestement infondées ou excessives, en particulier du fait de leur caractère répétitif. Dans ces cas‑là, des frais raisonnables peuvent être exigés ou la demande peut se voir rejetée. Nous vous informerons de tous frais éventuels avant de traiter une demande.

Avant d’accéder à votre demande, il est possible que nous vous demandions des informations supplémentaires afin de vérifier votre identité. Si nous jugeons que ces informations sont insuffisantes, nous nous réservons le droit de refuser votre demande.

Si la demande est rejetée, nous vous en informerons dans un délai maximal d’un mois à compter de la réception de la demande en indiquant le motif du refus.

Droit d’accès aux données à caractère personnel;
Les personnes sont en droit de nous faire part de leur avis concernant :
• le traitement ou non des données à caractère personnel les concernant;
• certaines informations précises relatives au traitement des données.

Les personnes physiques disposent également d’un droit d’accès à leurs données à caractère personnel et peuvent en recevoir une copie.

Droit de limiter le traitement des données à caractère personnel
Une personne est en droit de nous demander de limiter le traitement de ses données à caractère personnel dans l’un des cas suivants :
• Une personne conteste l’exactitude des données à caractère personnel. La restriction s’applique jusqu’à ce que nous prenions des mesures pour vérifier l’exactitude de ces données;
• Le traitement est illégal, mais la personne ne veut pas que les données à caractère personnel soient effacées et nous demande plutôt d’en limiter le traitement;
• Nous n’exigeons plus les données à caractère personnel aux fins de traitement, mais elles sont toujours requises par une personne dans le cadre d’une revendication légale ;
• Une personne a exercé son droit d’opposition au traitement des données. Cette restriction s’applique jusqu’à ce que nous prenions les mesures adéquates pour vérifier si nous avons des raisons impérieuses et légitimes de poursuivre le traitement.

Droit d’opposition au traitement des données à caractère personnel
Lorsque des données à caractère personnel sont utilisées pour du marketing ciblé, la personne visée est en droit de s’y opposer à tout moment.

Une personne a également le droit de s’opposer au traitement de ses données à caractère personnel lorsque le fondement juridique du traitement relève de nos intérêts légitimes. Nous devons mettre un terme au traitement de ces données jusqu’à ce que nous soyons en mesure de vérifier que nous disposons de raisons impérieuses et légitimes pour ce traitement qui supplantent les intérêts, les droits et libertés de la personne, ou bien que la poursuite du traitement de ces données est nécessaire à la constatation, à l’exercice ou à la défense d’un droit en justice.

Droit de rectification des données à caractère personnel
Lorsqu’une personne considère que les données à caractère personnel que nous possédons la concernant sont erronées, elle peut en demander la modification. Elle peut également demander l’ajout de données manquantes, notamment par une confirmation écrite.

Droit de demander l’effacement des données à caractère personnel (« droit à l’oubli »)
Une personne peut également demander l’effacement de ses données à caractère personnel dans certaines circonstances, notamment les suivantes (liste non exhaustive) :
• Les données à caractère personnel ne sont plus nécessaires aux fins pour lesquelles elles ont été collectées ou ont fait l’objet d’un autre traitement;
• Le traitement des données reposait sur un consentement qui depuis a été retiré et il n’existe plus aucun fondement juridique au traitement;
• La personne a exercé son droit d’opposition au traitement des données et rien ne peut légitimement justifier la poursuite du traitement.

Il existe également des exceptions particulières permettant de refuser une demande d’effacement, par exemple, lorsque les données à caractère personnel sont nécessaires pour se conformer à une obligation légale ou à la constatation, l’exercice ou la défense d’un droit en justice.

Si une personne demande l’effacement de ses données à caractère personnel, cela peut entraîner la suppression des dossiers que nous conservons à son profit, comme sa présence sur une liste de suppression. La personne devra nous contacter pour fournir ses données à caractère personnel si elle souhaite que nous les conservions à l’avenir.

Droit à la portabilité des données
Si nous nous fondons sur la base juridique du consentement ou de la nécessité du traitement des données pour l’exécution d’un contrat dont une personne est signataire et que les données à caractère personnel font l’objet d’un traitement automatique (p. ex., par voie électronique), cette personne est en droit de recevoir toutes les données à caractère personnel qu’elle nous aura fournies dans un format structuré, habituellement utilisé et lisible par une machine et de transmettre directement ces données à une autre organisation, lorsque cela est techniquement réalisable.

Autorité de surveillance
Une personne dispose également du droit de déposer plainte auprès d’une autorité de surveillance, en particulier au sein de l’État membre de l’Union européenne dans lequel elle réside ou travaille habituellement ou là où une violation présumée des normes sur la protection des données a eu lieu.

4. Communications marketing
Si vous êtes concerné par cet avis en tant qu’employé ou candidat, nous vous tiendrons au courant des postes vacants par e‑mail grâce aux informations que vous nous aurez fournies. Lorsque la loi ou la réglementation applicable l’exige, nous obtiendrons votre autorisation pour l’utilisation de vos coordonnées, y compris vos adresses de messagerie électronique. Quoi qu’il en soit, vous avez toujours la possibilité de modifier vos préférences à l’égard de ces communications marketing en nous contactant.

De plus, nous nous assurerons que les tiers qui nous aident à commercialiser nos offres d’emploi et les services liés sont contractuellement tenus de préserver la confidentialité de vos données à caractère personnel et de ne les utiliser que pour fournir les services que nous leur avons demandé d’assurer.

5. Transferts internationaux et partage de données
Les informations que nous recueillons auprès de vous peuvent être transférées et stockées en dehors de l’EEE (y compris, par exemple, à une société du groupe FTI située aux États‑Unis et à ses fournisseurs tiers situés en dehors de l’EEE) et peuvent également être traitées par des personnes opérant en dehors de l’EEE et qui travaillent pour nous ou l’un de nos fournisseurs.

Les pays extérieurs à l’EEE vers lesquels nous transférons des données sont les suivants : Argentine, Australie, Bahamas, Canada, Chine, Hong Kong, Inde, Japon, Corée, Malaisie, Singapour, Afrique du Sud, Suisse, Turquie, Émirats arabes unis et États‑Unis.

Certains de ces pays peuvent ne pas avoir le même niveau de protection des données que celui dans lequel vous vous trouvez. Si nous devions transférer des données à caractère personnel en dehors de l’EEE, nous prendrions des mesures pour nous assurer que ces données sont bien protégées et sauvegardées lorsqu’elles quittent l’EEE et, en particulier, par l’usage de clauses types sur la protection des données approuvées par la Commission européenne au titre de l’article 46 du RGPD. Si vous souhaitez obtenir de plus amples informations sur de telles garanties, vous pouvez les demander au délégué à la protection des données.

6. Durées de conservation
Nous conserverons vos données à caractère personnel visées par le présent avis :
• pour les employés – pendant la durée de votre emploi et pour une période ultérieure raisonnable conformément à la durée locale de conservation qui est également indiquée dans la Politique européenne de conservation des documents de FTI;
• pour les candidats – aussi longtemps que nécessaire en lien avec les finalités énoncées ci‑dessus et pour une période ultérieure raisonnable conformément à la durée locale de conservation qui est également indiquée dans la Politique européenne de conservation des documents de FTI.

Dans certains cas, les données peuvent être conservées plus longtemps, par exemple en cas de correspondance continue ou si une réclamation ou une enquête est en cours.

Nos journaux Web sont conservés pendant une période de 60 jours pour appuyer le signalement de toute tentative d’intrusion sur nos sites Internet et les enquêtes connexes.

7. Confidentialité et sécurité
Nous avons mis en place des mesures techniques et organisationnelles raisonnables pour protéger les données à caractère personnel contre des pertes accidentelles et des accès, des utilisations, des modifications ou des divulgations non autorisés. Les employés FTI sont tenus de suivre des procédures précises concernant le respect de la confidentialité des données à caractère personnel de nos investisseurs. De plus, nous mettons en place des procédures de sauvegarde physiques et électroniques afin de protéger les informations personnelles que nous traitons. Cela comprend l’évaluation régulière de nos systèmes qui renferment des informations sur les investisseurs et la mise en place de modifications, le cas échéant.

Toutefois, en ce qui concerne les informations transmises sur le Web, Internet est un système ouvert et nous ne pouvons pas garantir ni assurer la sécurité des informations qu’une personne transmet sur ou via notre site Internet ou que nous conservons par ailleurs, et ce, même si notre site Internet utilise le protocole de transfert de fichiers sécurisé, le cas échéant.

8. Détails types sur les personnes concernées

Employés
Informations que nous collectons vous concernant

Nous collectons des informations relatives à votre emploi dans notre société. Ces données peuvent être fournies par vous, créées par nous (ou pour notre compte) en lien avec votre emploi, ou obtenues de tiers tels que des personnes donnant des références ou des agences de recrutement. Ces informations sont notamment les suivantes :
• Informations vous concernant, comprenant :
○ des informations personnelles telles que vos nom, sexe, date de naissance;
○ vos coordonnées incluant votre adresse, numéro de téléphone et adresse électronique;
○ vos centres d’intérêt;
○ vos curriculum vitae, offre de candidature, compétences, cursus, formations et détails sur votre carrière;
○ les détails logistiques de votre emploi actuel, tels que vos fonctions et votre lieu de travail;
○ les détails financiers de votre emploi, y compris le salaire, le régime de retraite et les avantages, ainsi que le compte bancaire lié;
○ les détails de votre emploi précédent;
○ votre statut d’immigration (informations de votre passeport) ainsi que la copie de votre permis de travail (pour les employés étrangers);
○ les détails de vos formations et évaluations, vos informations de recrutement et de départ, griefs, enquêtes disciplinaires et résultats (y compris violations présumées ou réelles de politiques et procédures et rapports de lanceur d’alerte), registres des maladies, des absences et situation en matière de santé et de sécurité;
○ votre permis de conduire si vous vous déplacez dans le cadre de votre emploi;
○ votre affiliation à un syndicat, mais uniquement avec votre consentement ou si le droit applicable l’autorise d’une autre façon;
○ les informations émanant d’enquêtes, telles que votre opinion sur le fait de travailler pour nous et des informations liées à la diversité, comme précisé ci‑après;
○ lorsque vous avez accès aux locaux de FTI, les enregistrements des images captées par le système de vidéosurveillance peuvent être recueillies en vertu des intérêts légitimes de Franklin Templeton conformément à la législation locale (sous réserve de votre consentement dans certains pays);
○ en cas d’accès aux locaux ou systèmes dans lesquels sont stockées des informations sur les investisseurs, vos empreintes digitales ou autres données biométriques, si vous donnez votre consentement. Votre nom et votre reproduction de même que les photos, vidéos et/ou enregistrements audiovisuels réalisés à des fins de publicité sous réserve de votre consentement et autorisation.


• Informations concernant votre famille, y compris :
○ les coordonnées de votre famille ou d’autres personnes (contact en cas d’urgence uniquement);
○ le nombre et l’identité des personnes à charge, ainsi que l’identité du conjoint ou partenaire (le cas échéant);
○ des informations relatives aux bénéficiaires, y compris le nom et les coordonnées des bénéficiaires d’avantages destinés aux employés et à leur famille; leurs centres d’intérêt.


• Informations concernant votre usage de nos systèmes informatiques, comprenant :
○ le suivi de l’usage que vous faites des systèmes informatiques de FTI, y compris la messagerie électronique, les systèmes Internet, les ordinateurs, les systèmes téléphoniques et les appareils mobiles utilisés par le personnel informatique et les systèmes automatisés; et
○ dans certains cas, le suivi et l’accès au contenu de vos e‑mails, appels téléphoniques et autres contenus stockés sur tout appareil de FTI.


• Communications sur le lieu de travail et autres informations relatives à votre emploi dans notre société, comprenant :
○ les e‑mails, communications Skype, appels téléphoniques et lettres;
○ les déplacements professionnels.

Dans certaines circonstances, vous devrez nous fournir les données à caractère personnel. Nous vous l’indiquerions clairement si cette situation devait se produire. Cela sera nécessaire lorsque la loi exigera que nous obtenions de vous certaines informations ou que nous devrons obtenir de vous de telles informations en raison d’une obligation prévue dans votre contrat. Si vous négligez de fournir les informations requises, nous pourrions nous trouver contraints de mettre un terme à votre contrat de travail.

Suivi des systèmes informatiques
Le suivi des systèmes informatiques de FTI sera toujours réalisé et autorisé conformément à la Politique de sécurité de l’information de FTI. Vous pouvez avoir accès à une copie de la Politique de sécurité de l’information de FTI sur notre site intranet ou en nous contactant.

Suivi de la diversité
Tant que vous serez employé par notre société, nous pourrions vous demander, dans le cadre d’enquêtes que nous réalisons, votre accord pour que nous collections des informations vous concernant conformément à notre politique en matière de diversité. Ces enquêtes nous aident à mieux comprendre la composition de notre personnel sur le plan démographique, à cibler les employés plus efficacement par nos initiatives et à envoyer un signal fort et positif concernant l’importance de la diversité et de l’inclusion pour FTI. Les types d’informations que nous pouvons collecter comprennent : l’âge, le sexe, l’identité sexuelle, l’orientation sexuelle, l’état d’incapacité et l’origine ethnique. Vous pouvez à tout moment retirer votre consentement en contactant le délégué à la protection des données. Ces informations ne seront utilisées que par nous et Franklin Resources Inc. conformément à la législation locale et sous réserve de votre consentement au sein de votre pays et dans le cadre de notre politique de diversité et d’inclusion et de celle du groupe FTI, ainsi que pour analyser la diversité de nos employés. Nous ne les divulguerons pas à votre supérieur hiérarchique ni à votre division opérationnelle, et nous ne les utiliserons pas afin de prendre des décisions sur votre relation de travail avec notre société.

Notre utilisation de vos informations
Nous utilisons les informations que nous recueillons auprès de vous aux fins suivantes :
• nous acquitter de nos obligations ou faire valoir nos droits dans le cadre de nos relations contractuelles avec vous;
• remplir une obligation légale qui nous incombe;
• nos intérêts légitimes, qui ne s’appliqueront que si nous considérons que ces intérêts légitimes ne sont pas supplantés par vos intérêts ou droits qui nécessitent la protection de vos données, tels que l’administration et la gestion de votre emploi au sein de notre société, y compris aux fins suivantes :
○ pour faciliter les fonctions de gestion des ressources humaines (RH) (par exemple recrutement, évolution professionnelle, gestion du rendement, gestion des talents et gestion des griefs);
○ à des fins d’administration des employés et d’exploitation (par exemple tout ce qui a trait aux absences, aux paies, aux avantages et aux registres RH);
○ pour vérifier que nos politiques et procédures sont respectées;
○ à des fins de marketing et d’autres activités de promotion commerciale;
○ à des fins de soutien pour faciliter la continuité des activités;
○ à des fins de respect de toutes les obligations contractuelles, légales ou réglementaires;
○ pour détecter ou prévenir tout comportement inapproprié ou toute violation des politiques de FTI;
○ pour suivre votre utilisation des systèmes de communication électronique et d’information de FTI, y compris l’accès à Internet, à la messagerie électronique et l’usage de systèmes téléphoniques, et pouvant inclure l’accès au contenu de ces communications conformément à la Politique de sécurité de l’information de FTI;
○ pour garantir que seuls les utilisateurs autorisés ont accès à nos locaux ou systèmes informatiques dans lesquels sont stockées des informations confidentielles sur les investisseurs;
○ à des fins de gestion de l’activité et pour d’autres objectifs légitimes d’ordre commercial.

Informations que nous partageons
Nous divulguerons les données à caractère personnel des employés aux entités suivantes :
• aux sociétés filiales de notre groupe Franklin Templeton et entités, telles que décrites à l’Annexe 1, pour le traitement des données aux fins susmentionnées ;
• aux catégories concernées de tiers énoncées à l’Annexe 2.

Si vous exigez des informations supplémentaires concernant le partage par Franklin Templeton de vos données à caractère personnel avec des tiers, vous pouvez contacter le délégué à la protection des données.

Candidats
Informations que nous collectons vous concernant

Nous collectons des informations relatives à votre candidature dans notre société. Ces données peuvent être fournies par vous ou obtenues de tiers tels que des personnes donnant des références ou des agences de recrutement. Ces informations sont notamment les suivantes :
• Informations vous concernant, comprenant :
○ des informations personnelles telles que vos nom, sexe, date de naissance;
○ vos coordonnées incluant votre adresse, numéro de téléphone et adresse électronique;
○ vos centres d’intérêt;
○ vos curriculum vitae, compétences, cursus, formations et détails sur votre carrière;
○ les détails logistiques de votre emploi actuel, tels que vos fonctions et votre lieu de travail;
○ les détails financiers de votre emploi, y compris le salaire, le régime de retraite et les avantages, ainsi que le compte bancaire lié;
○ les détails de votre emploi précédent;
○ votre statut d’immigration (informations de votre passeport) ainsi que la copie de votre permis de travail (pour les candidats étrangers);
○ lorsque vous accédez aux locaux de FTI, les enregistrements des images captées par le système de vidéosurveillance peuvent être recueillies en vertu des intérêts légitimes de Franklin Templeton conformément à la législation locale (sous réserve de votre consentement dans certains pays).

Suivi de la diversité
Pendant la période couverte par votre candidature, nous pourrions vous demander, dans le cadre d’enquêtes que nous réalisons, votre accord pour que nous collections des informations vous concernant conformément à notre politique en matière de diversité. Ces enquêtes nous aident à mieux comprendre la composition de notre personnel sur le plan démographique, à cibler les employés plus efficacement par nos initiatives et à envoyer un signal fort et positif concernant l’importance de la diversité et de l’inclusion pour FTI. Les types d’informations que nous pouvons collecter comprennent : l’âge, le sexe, l’identité sexuelle, l’orientation sexuelle, l’état d’incapacité et l’origine ethnique. Vous pouvez à tout moment retirer votre consentement en contactant le délégué à la protection des données. Ces informations ne seront utilisées que par nous et Franklin Resources Inc. conformément à la législation locale et sous réserve de votre consentement au sein de votre pays et dans le cadre de notre politique de diversité et d’inclusion et de celle du groupe FTI, ainsi que pour analyser la diversité de nos employés. Nous ne les divulguerons pas à votre supérieur hiérarchique ni à votre division opérationnelle, et nous ne les utiliserons pas afin de prendre des décisions sur votre relation de travail avec notre société.

Notre utilisation de vos informations
Nous utilisons les informations que nous recueillons auprès de vous aux fins suivantes :
• nos intérêts légitimes, qui ne s’appliqueront que si nous considérons que ces intérêts légitimes ne sont pas supplantés par vos intérêts ou droits qui nécessitent la protection de vos données, tels que l’administration et la gestion de votre candidature au sein de notre société, y compris aux fins suivantes :
○ pour faciliter le recrutement;
○ à des fins d’administration et d’exploitation (par exemple tout ce qui a trait aux paies, aux avantages et aux registres du personnel);
○ pour vérifier que nos politiques et procédures sont respectées;
○ pour garantir que seuls les utilisateurs autorisés ont accès à nos locaux ou systèmes informatiques dans lesquels sont stockées des informations confidentielles sur les investisseurs;
○ à des fins de gestion de l’activité et pour d’autres objectifs légitimes d’ordre commercial.

Informations que nous partageons
Nous divulguerons les données à caractère personnel des candidats externes aux entités suivantes :
• aux sociétés filiales de notre groupe Franklin Templeton et entités, telles que décrites à l’Annexe 1, pour le traitement des données aux fins susmentionnées ;
• aux catégories concernées de tiers énoncées à l’Annexe 2.

Si vous exigez des informations supplémentaires concernant le partage par Franklin Templeton de vos données à caractère personnel avec des tiers, vous pouvez contacter le délégué à la protection des données.

9. Collecte des données à caractère personnel sur le Web

Informations que nous collectons sur les utilisateurs de notre site Internet et de nos pages Web figurant sur les médias sociaux

Nous collectons les données à caractère personnel sur les utilisateurs via notre site Internet, et les pages Web de Franklin Templeton figurant sur les médias sociaux comme Twitter et LinkedIn. Ces informations sont notamment les suivantes :

• Les informations fournies par les utilisateurs lorsqu’ils saisissent leurs coordonnées sur notre site Internet, par exemple lorsqu’ils soumettent un message dans la rubrique « Contactez‑nous » (p. ex., nom, adresse électronique, formule de salutation) ;
• Les informations fournies par les utilisateurs lorsqu’ils s’abonnent aux lettres d’information, communiqués de presse ou autres communications périodiques par e‑mail via notre site Internet (p. ex. nom, adresse électronique, formule de salutation, type d’investisseur et pays de résidence);
• Les informations fournies par les utilisateurs lorsqu’ils publient du contenu sur les médias sociaux;
• Les informations fournies par les utilisateurs dans leur biographie destinée aux médias sociaux;
• Les informations fournies par les utilisateurs lorsqu’ils répondent à une enquête ou une communication marketing, comme leur opinion sur nos services et des informations les concernant (p. ex. tranche d’âge, services utilisés, comment ils ont entendu parler de nous, leur avis sur nos services);
• Les informations fournies par les utilisateurs lorsqu’ils s’inscrivent pour ouvrir un compte en ligne via notre site Internet (p. ex. nom, adresse électronique, adresse, date de naissance, numéros d’identification uniques – numéro de référence client, numéro de sécurité sociale). La décision de fournir ces informations est facultative. Toutefois, si les utilisateurs décident de ne pas fournir ces informations, il est possible qu’ils ne puissent pas accéder à certains contenus ou certaines options disponibles sur notre site Internet ou via ce dernier ;
• Les informations saisies dans nos revues Web, telles que les informations relatives à un appareil (par ex., marque et modèle de l’appareil, dimensions de l’écran), les numéros d’identification uniques (par ex., adresse IP et ID de l’appareil) et les données relatives au navigateur (par ex., URL, type de navigateur, pages visitées, date/ heure de l’accès) ;
• Les informations collectées par nos cookies (voir la section « Cookies, balises Web et autres technologies similaires », ci‑dessous);
• Les informations publicitaires (par ex., taille/type de publicité, impressions publicitaires, emplacement/format de la publicité, données sur les interactions avec la publicité);
• Les informations comportementales (par ex., les informations relatives aux comportements ou aux intérêts présumés des personnes et pouvant être utilisées pour créer un profil utilisateur);
• Les informations fournies par les utilisateurs concernant des articles achetés via nos boutiques en ligne (par ex., nom, informations relatives à la carte de paiement, adresse de facturation et d’expédition, informations sur l’achat).

Nos sites Internet et services en ligne sont destinés aux individus âgés d’au moins 18 ans. Nos services en ligne ne doivent pas être utilisés par les mineurs âgés de moins de 18 ans.

Dans certains cas, lorsqu’un utilisateur de notre site Internet ne fournit pas les données à caractère personnel exigées (p. ex., dans le cadre de nos services en ligne), nous ne sommes pas en mesure de nous conformer à nos obligations au titre du contrat conclu avec lui ou pouvons être dans l’incapacité de lui fournir les produits et services connexes. Si cette situation devait se produire, nous en informerions l’utilisateur du site Internet en expliquant les conséquences au cas où ces données ne seraient pas fournies.

Notre utilisation des informations concernant les utilisateurs de notre site Internet et des médias sociaux
Nous utilisons les données à caractère personnel que nous collectons sur les utilisateurs de notre site Internet et les personnes consultant les pages Web de Franklin Templeton figurant sur les médias sociaux aux fins suivantes :
• personnaliser leur expérience sur notre site Internet;
• surveiller le contenu des médias sociaux pour gérer les relations avec nos clients et promouvoir notre activité et notre marque;
• en cas d’échange sur le site d’un média social avec un utilisateur d’un média social tiers méritant une réaction de notre part, transmettre un lien vers le contenu et le profil du site tiers au service concerné ;
• fournir les produits et services demandés par les utilisateurs du site Internet;
• administrer le site Internet, étudier les réclamations et fournir l’assistance clientèle;
• fournir aux utilisateurs du site Internet et aux personnes consultant nos pages Web sur les médias sociaux des informations et des offres sur les produits et services qui pourraient les intéresser (voir le paragraphe ci‑dessus intitulé « Communication marketing ») ;
• réaliser des analyses statistiques et des tendances pour améliorer l’expérience utilisateur et la performance de notre site Internet.

Consultez les paragraphes suivants concernant les informations que nous collectons via des cookies et d’autres technologies de suivi.

Nous justifions le traitement de ces informations par les fondements juridiques suivants :
• Consentir à recevoir nos communications marketing (voir le paragraphe « Communications marketing »), le cas échéant. Si une personne souhaite retirer son consentement, elle doit pouvoir « Se désabonner » ou s’adresser au délégué à la protection des données ;
• Nous acquitter de nos obligations contractuelles envers les utilisateurs qui achètent nos biens et services via notre boutique en ligne ou qui se sont abonnés pour recevoir nos services ou qui utilisent nos services en ligne (sous réserve de conditions générales de livraison distinctes);
• Nous conformer à la loi et aux exigences réglementaires;
• Faire valoir nos intérêts légitimes. Un intérêt légitime s’applique uniquement lorsque l’on considère qu’il n’est pas supplanté par les intérêts ou les droits de l’utilisateur d’un site Web ou d’un média social exigeant la protection de ses données à caractère personnel.

Nous avons défini nos intérêts légitimes comme étant les suivants :
○ Promouvoir nos produits, services et compartiments via notre site Internet et d’autres communications;
○ Surveiller et signaler toute tentative de violation de la sécurité de notre site Internet;
○ Améliorer la performance de notre site Internet et l’expérience utilisateur;
○ Nous acquitter de nos obligations contractuelles envers nos utilisateurs;
○ Gérer notre activité et notre marque en surveillant le profil de notre public et en répondant rapidement aux réclamations;
○ Améliorer la sécurité, la performance et l’expérience utilisateur de notre site Internet ;
○ Cibler le marketing personnalisé vis‑à‑vis des utilisateurs du site Internet et des médias sociaux aux fins légitimes de promouvoir notre activité et notre marque.

Si un utilisateur de notre site Internet ou une personne consultant nos pages Web sur les médias sociaux exige des informations supplémentaires concernant nos intérêts légitimes appliqués à leurs données à caractère personnel, il/elle peut contacter le délégué à la protection des données.

Informations dans le cadre d’enquêtes : Nous pouvons occasionnellement demander aux utilisateurs de participer à une brève enquête afin de nous aider à faire des choix judicieux lorsque nous cherchons à améliorer notre site Internet. Les données fournies par les utilisateurs dans le cadre de ces enquêtes resteront anonymes, à moins qu’ils ne consentent à leur divulgation.

Bénéficiaires des données des utilisateurs de sites Internet et médias sociaux
Nous pouvons divulguer les données à caractère personnel des utilisateurs de sites Internet et médias sociaux aux entités suivantes :
• aux sociétés filiales de notre groupe Franklin Templeton et entités, telles que décrites à l’Annexe 1, pour le traitement des données aux fins susmentionnées ;
• aux catégories concernées de tiers énoncées à l’Annexe 2. 


Liens externes
Notre site Internet peut contenir des liens vers d’autres sites Internet ou des contenus gérés et maintenus par des tiers, sur lesquels nous n’avons aucun contrôle. Veuillez consulter les politiques de confidentialité de ces sites tiers pour connaître leurs pratiques en matière de confidentialité et en savoir plus sur les options offertes par ces sociétés concernant vos données à caractère personnel.


10. Cookies, balises Web et autres technologies similaires
Un cookie est un petit fichier texte qui inclut un identifiant unique envoyé par un serveur Internet au navigateur de votre ordinateur, votre téléphone mobile ou tout autre appareil ayant accès à Internet lorsque vous visitez un site Internet. L’usage de cookies et de technologies similaires est largement répandu pour permettre l’utilisation efficace des sites Internet et pour collecter des informations sur vos préférences en ligne. Dans un souci de simplicité, nous utiliserons le terme « cookies » pour désigner l’ensemble de ces technologies.

Certaines des pages de notre site Internet peuvent contenir des images électroniques aussi appelées « pixels espions » (ou « GIF invisibles » ou « balises ») qui nous permettent de compter les utilisateurs ayant visité nos pages. Les pixels espions ne collectent que des informations restreintes (par ex. le nombre de cookies, l’heure et la date de consultation d’une page) et une description de la page sur laquelle résident les pixels espions. Nos pages peuvent également contenir des pixels espions placés par des publicitaires tiers. Ces pixels ne contiennent pas d’informations permettant de vous identifier directement.

Comment utilisons‑nous les cookies?
Nous utilisons des cookies et d’autres technologies de suivi pour personnaliser le contenu et la publicité, fournir des caractéristiques liées aux médias sociaux et pour étudier la navigation des visiteurs sur notre site Internet. Nous utilisons ces informations pour prendre des décisions visant à améliorer les services que nous vous offrons.

Nous pouvons faire appel à des prestataires externes de services de suivi et de publicité, tels que ceux indiqués ci‑après, pour assurer en notre nom le suivi et l’analyse de votre utilisation de notre site Internet grâce à l’emploi de cookies. Ces tiers collectent et partagent avec nous les informations relatives aux visites sur notre site Internet et parfois, en mettant en corrélation ces informations avec d’autres données (p. ex., votre adresse IP), mesurent et analysent l’efficacité de nos publicités, suivent l’utilisation des pages, nous aident à cibler nos recommandations et publicités et en suivent l’utilisation.

Les cookies et types de cookies que nous utilisons
De plus amples informations sur les cookies et les types de cookies que nous utilisons sur nos sites Internet sont disponibles dans le registre des cookies : http://www.franklintempletonglobal.com/franklintempletonglobal/privacy/cookie‑register.page.

Si vous souhaitez obtenir une copie papier de ce registre ou si vous avez des questions sur les cookies utilisés sur notre site Internet, veuillez contacter le délégué à la protection des données à l’adresse figurant à l’Annexe 1 du présent avis.

Vous trouverez des informations supplémentaires concernant l’utilisation des cookies, la publicité comportementale et la confidentialité en ligne sur www.allaboutcookies.org ou www.youronlinechoices.com.

Refus de l’utilisation de cookies
Si vous ne souhaitez pas être suivi(e) par les cookies de Google Analytics, vous pouvez les bloquer en installant un plug‑in de navigateur, disponible ici : https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/.

Si vous ne souhaitez pas être suivi(e) par les cookies de Google Analytics, vous pouvez les bloquer en cliquant sur ce lien : http://www.franklintempletonglobal.com/marketo‑optout.page?marketo_ opt_out=true

Si vous ne souhaitez recevoir aucun cookie en provenance de nos e‑mails, ne téléchargez aucune image et ne cliquez sur aucun lien au moment d’ouvrir l’e‑mail. Il est possible que vous deviez désactiver le téléchargement automatique des images sur votre client de messagerie.

À tout moment, vous pouvez empêcher l’utilisation de cookies sur votre navigateur. Pour obtenir des informations sur la façon de bloquer, effacer ou désactiver les cookies, consultez la section « Aide » ou « Support » de votre navigateur. Veuillez noter que si vous effacez nos cookies ou désactivez l’installation des cookies, vous ne pourrez peut‑être plus accéder à certaines caractéristiques de notre site Internet. Notez également que vous ne pouvez pas désactiver les pixels espions (gifs invisibles, balises Web), mais étant donné qu’ils fonctionnent de pair avec d’autres cookies, ils deviendront particulièrement inefficaces si vous désactivez les cookies dans les paramètres de votre navigateur.

Pour obtenir des informations sur la gestion et le blocage des cookies en fonction de votre navigateur, veuillez consulter les liens suivants :

Explorer : http://windows.microsoft.com/en‑gb/internet‑explorer/delete‑ manage‑cookies#ie=ie‑11.
Firefox : https://support.mozilla.org/en‑US/kb/enable‑and‑disable‑cookies‑w ebsite‑preferences
Chrome : https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en Safari : https://support.apple.com/kb/PH19214?locale=en_G

Vous pouvez aussi obtenir de plus amples informations et gérer le stockage des cookies sur https://www.aboutcookies.org/ et www.youronlinechoices.eu.

ANNEXE 1
SOCIÉTÉS ET COMPARTIMENTS DU GROUPE FRANKLIN TEMPLETON


Franklin Templeton et toutes ses sociétés auront accès aux données des personnes visées par le présent avis. Toutefois, seuls les vérificateurs de données habilités ont accès aux données pertinentes sur les employés et candidats. Les fonds Franklin Templeton Funds et leurs sociétés de gestion agissent en tant que co‑responsables, à moins que la législation en vigueur dans le pays n’en dispose autrement.

Les fonds et les sociétés du groupe les plus concernés figurent ci‑dessous. Pour obtenir une liste complète, veuillez visiter : www.franklintempletonglobal.com/privacy/fund‑entities

Nous contacter
Toute personne souhaitant exercer ses droits individuels ou ayant des questions, des doutes ou une réclamation concernant le présent avis ou nos pratiques en matière de confidentialité peut nous contacter à l’adresse correspondant à son pays indiquée ci‑dessous. Ce courrier doit être envoyé à l’adresse suivante : « À l’attention du délégué à la protection des données ».

Il est possible de contacter directement notre délégué à la protection des données à l’adresse suivante :
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l.
8A, rue Albert Borschette 

L‑1246 Luxembourg 

Grand‑Duché de Luxembourg
Adresse électronique : DataProtectionOfficer@franklintempleton.com



Sociétés du groupe Franklin Templeton

AUTRICHE :
Franklin Templeton Austria GmbH 

Universitätsring 10
4th Floor, 1010 Vienne, Autriche

BELGIQUE :
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l., succursale belge 

28 avenue Marnix
1000 Bruxelles, Belgique

FRANCE :
Franklin Templeton France SA 

20 Rue de la Paix
75002 Paris, France

 

ALLEMAGNE :
Franklin Templeton Investment Services GmbH

Franklin Templeton International Services S.à.r.l.,

succursale allemande
 

Mainzer Landstr. 16
D‑60325 Francfort‑sur‑le‑Main Allemagne
 

HONGRIE :
Franklin Templeton Magyarország Kft.

1051 Budapest
Sas utca 10‑12,

Hongrie
 

IRLANDE :
Franklin Floating Rate Fund PLC Plc (FFRF)
Franklin Emerging Market Debt Opportunities Fund (FTEMDOF)
 

JPMorgan House
International Financial Services Centre

Dublin 1, Irlande
 

Franklin Liberty Shares ICAV (ETF irlandais)

 

78 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay
Dublin 2, Irlande
 

ITALIE :
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l.,

succursale italienne
C.so Italia, n.1

20122 Milan, Italie
 

LUXEMBOURG :
Franklin Templeton Management Luxembourg S.A.

Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l.

Franklin Templeton Investment Funds (FTIF)
Franklin Templeton Series II Funds (FTSIIF)

Franklin Templeton Shariah Funds (FTSF)
Franklin Templeton Specialized Investments Funds (FTSIF)

Franklin Templeton Opportunities Fund (FTOF)
Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIIB SCSP

FTAIF‑TSEMF V ‑ Templeton Strategic Emerging Markets Fund V (private equity)
 

8A, rue Albert Borschette

L‑1246 Luxembourg

Grand‑Duché de Luxembourg
 

PAYS‑BAS :
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited

World Trade Center Amsterdam
H‑toren, 5e verdieping Zuidplein 36

1077 XV Amsterdam, Pays‑Bas
 

POLOGNE :
Templeton Asset Management (Pologne)

Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych S.A.

Franklin Templeton Investments Poland Sp. z o.o.

Franklin Templeton Fundusz Inwestycyjny Otwarty
 

Rondo ONZ 1, 29th Floor 00‑124 Varsovie, Pologne
 

ROUMANIE :
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Ltd UK

Fondul Proprietatea
 

Premium Point
78‑80 Buzesti, 08th floor, District 1, Bucarest, Roumanie

SLOVAQUIE :
Franklin Templeton Slovakia, s.r.o.
Regus Business Centre, Karadzicova 8/A
821 08 Bratislava, Slovaquie

ESPAGNE :

Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited
Calle Jose Ortega y Gasset, 29–5a planta
28006 Madrid, Espagne

SUÈDE :

Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited

Blasieholmsgatan 5
SE‑111 48 Stockholm, Suède

ROYAUME‑UNI :
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited
Franklin Templeton Global Investors Limited
Franklin Templeton Fund Management Limited
Franklin Templeton Funds (OEIC)
Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust (TEMIT)

Cannon Place, 78 Cannon Street
Londres EC4N 6HL, Royaume‑Uni

ÉTATS‑UNIS D’AMÉRIQUE :
Templeton Growth Fund (TGF) Inc ‑ Fund

P.O. Box 33030
Saint‑Pétersbourg,Floride 33733‑8030, États‑Unis

Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund, L.P (Series B/C)

Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIB, L.P. (TBC)

Corporation Trust Center, 1
209 Orange Street, Comté de New Castle
Wilmington
Delaware 19801

ANNEXE 2
TIERS ET AUTRES CATÉGORIES DE BÉNÉFICIAIRES


 


 
Employés Candidats

  • Administrateurs de la base de données de contacts d’affaires
  • Autorités fiscales
  • Autorités réglementaires
  • Autorités sécuritaires et policières
  • Conseillers professionnels (p. ex., auditeurs et avocats)
  • Fournisseurs de médias sociaux
  • Fournisseurs de prestations et prestataires de retraite
  • Fournisseurs de services d’archivage, de stockage et de destruction de documents
  • Fournisseurs de services d’impression
  • Fournisseurs de services de gestion des événements
  • Fournisseurs de services de paie
  • Fournisseurs de systèmes de traitement des informations sur les comptes
  • Prestataires de solutions dématérialisées
  • Prestataires de systèmes informatiques
  • Tribunaux

  • Administrateurs de la base de données de contacts d’affaires
  • Autorités fiscales
  • Autorités réglementaires
  • Autorités sécuritaires et policières
  • Conseillers professionnels (p. ex., auditeurs et avocats)
  • Fournisseurs de médias sociaux
  • Fournisseurs de services d’impression
  • Fournisseurs de services de gestion des événements
  • Fournisseurs de services de paie
  • Fournisseurs de systèmes de traitement des informations sur les comptes
  • Sociétés de recrutement
  • Tribunaux

Rôle des tiers susmentionnés


Administrateurs de la base de données de contacts d’affaires ‑ Tiers assurant au nom de Franklin Templeton le service ou la tenue des bases de données de contacts d’affaires et des systèmes de traitement des informations sur les comptes, tels que les fournisseurs de systèmes prenant en charge le/ les sites Internet de Franklin Templeton.

Autorités fiscales ‑ Autorités compétentes externes, lorsque cela est nécessaire , que la loi l’exige ou lorsque nous le jugeons nécessaire.

Autorités réglementaires ‑ Autorités compétentes externes, lorsque cela est nécessaire , que la loi l’exige ou lorsque nous le jugeons nécessaire.

Autorités sécuritaires et policières ‑ Autorités compétentes externes, lorsque cela est nécessaire, que la loi l’exige ou lorsque nous le jugeons nécessaire.

Conseillers professionnels (p. ex. auditeurs et avocats) ‑ Tiers fournissant des services aux sociétés du groupe Franklin Templeton, tels que ses conseillers professionnels (p. ex. auditeurs et avocats).

Fournisseurs de médias sociaux ‑ Fournisseurs de médias sociaux prenant en charge les sites Internet de Franklin Templeton (p. ex. Twitter et LinkedIn).

Fournisseurs de prestations et prestataires de retraite ‑ Tiers fournissant au nom de Franklin Templeton des services ou des prestations aux employés.

Fournisseurs de services de gestion des événements ‑ Tiers assurant au nom de Franklin Templeton la planification, l’organisation et la tenue d’événements.

Fournisseurs de services de paie ‑ Tiers fournissant au nom de Franklin Templeton des services aux employés.

Fournisseurs de services d’archivage, de stockage et de destruction de documents ‑ Tiers fournissant au nom de Franklin Templeton des services d’archivage et de stockage.

Fournisseurs de services d’impression ‑ Tiers fournissant des services techniques concernant spécifiquement les services d’impression.

Fournisseurs de systèmes de traitement des informations sur les comptes ‑ Tiers assurant au nom de Franklin Templeton le service ou la tenue des bases de données de contacts d’affaires et des systèmes de traitement des informations sur les comptes, tels que les fournisseurs de systèmes prenant en charge notre site Internet.

Prestataires de solutions dématérialisées ‑ Tiers fournissant des solutions dématérialisées (p. ex. services de traduction, solutions de formation).

Prestataires de systèmes informatiques ‑ Tiers fournissant des services techniques concernant spécifiquement les systèmes informatiques.

Sociétés de recrutement ‑ Tiers fournissant au nom de Franklin Templeton des services de recrutement.

Tribunaux ‑ Autorités compétentes externes, lorsque cela est nécessaire, que la loi l’exige ou lorsque nous le jugeons nécessaire.


 



 

 

 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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Data Protection Statement

 

Country: Germany

Language: English
 

Employees and Candidates 

Privacy & Cookies Notice

Version 2.0


HOW WE USE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION


At Franklin Templeton, we care about your privacy and value the trust you place in us when you share your personal information.

Accordingly, we wanted to let you know how we deal with the personal information you give us or is given to us by a third party.The aim of this Notice is to explain to you - as Data Subject - what kind of personal information we gather on you, why and how we process it as data controller. Data protection laws changed on 25th of May 2018, with the implementation of the EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). This Notice sets out your rights with regard to this EU regulation.

From time to time, we may update this Notice, and any new version will be available on MyFTI. We recommend you regularly review it to ensure that you are always aware of our privacy practices.

Our privacy commitments to you:
• We will keep your data safe and private
• We will ensure that you can exercise your rights
• We will train FTI employees to properly manage your personal information.

1. To whose personal information does this Notice apply?

This Notice describes our practices when using:


i) the personal information of employees based in the European Economic Area (EEA) or employees outside the EEA to whom our EEA group companies offer services;
ii) the personal information of candidates either based in the EEA or those based outside EEA applying to an offer from an EEA located FTI group company.

2. What personal information are we collecting and why? 

Data Protection laws say that we are allowed to use personal information (including sharing such information with third parties) where we have an acceptable reason to do so.

Accordingly, we must have one or more of the following reasons:
• To fulfil a contract we have with you;
• When it is our legal duty;
• When it is in our legitimate interest*;
• When you consent to it.

(*) Our legitimate interest is when we have a business or commercial reason to use the information. However, it must not unfairly go against what is right and best for you (more details are available upon request).

In general, we may collect the following types of personal information you give us or through our third parties:
• Information relating to you;
• Information relating to your family;
• Information relating to your use of our IT;
• Communications in the workplace and other information relating to your employment with us.

Depending on your Data Subject profile the reasons for processing your personal information may be different. Further information for each Data Subject profile can be found in section 8.

We also collect and use personal information about employees through Our Websites, and Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites such as Twitter and LinkedIn, and you can refer to section 9 for more information.

3. What are your Rights?

Individuals have the following rights, under certain circumstances, in relation to their personal information:
• Right to access personal information
• Right to rectify personal information
• Right to restrict the use of personal information
• Right to request that personal information is erased
• Right to object to processing of personal information
• Right to data portability (in certain specific circumstances)
• Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.

If you - as an individual - wish to exercise these rights, you can download an Individual Rights Request form which is available at www.franklintempletonglobal.com/rights-request-form.pdf, or contact us through the address referred to in Appendix 1 of this Notice.

A summary of each right and how you can take steps to exercise it is set out below.

Where we receive a request to exercise one of these rights, we shall provide information on the action we take on the request without undue delay and in any event within one month of receipt of the request. This may be extended by a further two months in certain circumstances, for example where requests are complex or numerous.

The information will be provided free of charge, except where requests are manifestly unfounded or excessive, in particular because of their repetitive character. In these circumstances we may charge a reasonable fee or may refuse to act on the request. We will advise you of any fees prior to proceeding with a request.

We may ask for additional information to verify your identity before carrying out a request, if we consider this information insufficient we reserve the right to reject your request.

Where we do not carry out a request, we shall inform you without delay and within one month of receipt of the request, providing our reasons for not taking the action requested.

Right to access personal information

Individuals have the right to confirm the following with us:
• Whether or not we process personal information about them
• Certain specified information about the processing

Individuals also have a right to access the personal information and be provided with a copy.

Right to restrict processing of personal information
Individuals have the right to request that we restrict processing of their personal information where one of the following applies:
• An individual contests the accuracy of the personal information. The restriction will apply until we have taken steps to verify the accuracy of the personal information;
• The processing is unlawful but an individual does not want the personal information to be erased and requests restriction instead;
• We no longer require the personal information for the purposes of processing, but it is still required by an individual in connection with a legal claim;
• An individual has exercised their right to object to the processing. The restriction will apply until we have taken steps to verify whether we have compelling legitimate grounds to continue processing.

Right to object to processing of personal information
Where personal information is used to target marketing to an individual, they have the right to object to this at any stage.

An individual also has the right to object to processing of their personal information where the legal basis of the processing is in our legitimate interests. We will have to stop processing until we are able to verify that we have compelling legitimate grounds for processing which override the individual’s interests, rights and freedoms, or alternatively that we need to continue processing for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

Right to rectification of personal information
If an individual believes that the personal information we hold on them is inaccurate, they may request that it be amended. They may also request that incomplete personal information be completed, including by providing a written confirmation.

Right to request erasure of personal information (“right to be forgotten”)
An individual may also request the erasure of their personal information in certain circumstances, including the following (this is not an exhaustive list):
• The personal information is no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed;
• The processing was based on consent which has been withdrawn and there is no other legal basis for processing;
• The individual has exercised their right to object to the processing and there are no overriding legitimate grounds for the processing to continue.

There are also certain exceptions where we may refuse a request for erasure, for example, where the personal information is required to comply with a legal obligation or for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

If an individual does request erasure of their personal information, this will potentially remove records which we hold for their benefit, such as their presence on a suppression list and they will have to contact us to provide personal information if they wish for us to hold this in future.

Right to Data Portability
Where we are relying upon the legal basis either of consent or that the processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which an individual is a party, and that personal information is processed by automatic means (e.g. electronically), an individual has the right to receive all the personal information which they have provided to us in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and to transmit this to another controller directly, where this is technically feasible.

Supervisory Authority
An individual also has a right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the Member State in the European Union where they are habitually resident, where they work or where an alleged infringement of Data Protection laws has taken place.

4. Marketing Communications
If you are an employee or candidate covered by this Notice, we will keep you up-to-date with details of our job vacancies by email using the information that you may have supplied to us. When required by regulation and/or law, we will obtain the proper consent to use your contact details, including your email addresses. In any case, you can change your preferences in regard to such marketing communications by contacting us.

Additionally, we will ensure that any third party assisting us in marketing our job vacancies and related services are under contractual obligations to protect the confidentiality of your personal information, and will use it only to provide services we have instructed them to perform.

5. International transfers & data sharing
The information we collect from you may be transferred to, and stored, outside the EEA (including for example to a company within the FTI Group in the United States and its third-party suppliers outside the EEA) and may also be processed by people operating outside the EEA who work for us or one of our suppliers.

The countries that we transfer data to outside of the EEA include: Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and the United States.

Some of these countries may not have the equivalent level of data protection laws as those in your location. If we need to transfer personal data outside the EEA, we will take steps to make sure your personal information is protected and safeguarded once it leaves the EEA, in particular, we will use the EU Data Protection Model Clauses approved by the European Commission and permitted under Article 46 of the GDPR. If you would like to obtain the details of such safeguards, you can request these from the Data Protection Officer.

6. Retention Periods
We will retain your personal information covered by this Notice:
• For employees - for the period of your employment and for a reasonable period thereafter in accordance with local retention periods which is also reflected in FTI Europe Record Retention Policy;
• For candidates - We keep your personal information for as long as is necessary in connection with the purposes identified below, and for a reasonable period thereafter, in accordance with local retention periods, which is also reflected in FTI’s European Record Retention Policy.

In certain circumstances, data may need to be retained for a longer period of time, for example, where we are in ongoing correspondence or there is a continuing claim or investigation.

Our web logs are kept for 60 days to support investigation and reporting of any attempted security breaches on Our Websites.

7. Confidentiality and Security
We have implemented reasonable technical and organisational measures designed to secure personal information from accidental loss and unauthorised access, use, alteration or disclosure. FTI employees are required to follow specific procedures with respect to maintaining the confidentiality of our investors’ personal information. Additionally, we maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to protect the personal information that we process. This includes performing ongoing evaluations of our systems containing investor information and making changes when appropriate.

However, about information transmitted via the Internet, the Internet is an open system and we cannot and do not guarantee or warrant the security of any information that an individual transmits on or through Our Website or that we otherwise maintain, although Our Website uses the secure file transfer protocol where appropriate.

8. Data Subjects type details

Employees

Information that we collect about you

We collect information in relation to your employment with us. It is either provided by you, created by us (or on our behalf) in connection with your employment, or obtained from third parties such as referees or recruitment agencies. This information includes:


• Information relating to you, including:
○ personal details such as name, gender, date of birth;
○ contact details including address, telephone number, email address;
○ hobbies;
○ Curriculum vitae, application form, expertise, education, training and career management details;
○ logistical details of current employment, such as role and location;
○ financial details of employment, including salary, pension and benefits and bank account;
○ details of previous employment;
○ immigration status (passport details) and copy of your work permit (for foreign employees);
○ details of training, appraisals, recruitment and leaving information, grievances, disciplinary investigations and outcomes (including alleged or actual breaches of policies and procedures and whistle-blower reports), sickness, absence and health and safety records;
○ driver’s licence if you travel in connection with your employment;
○ trade union membership but only with consent or if otherwise authorised under applicable law;
○ survey information, such as your views about working for us and diversity information, as further described below;
○ where you have access to FTI premises, CCTV recordings may be collected for the legitimate interests of Franklin Templeton in accordance with local law (subject to your consent in some jurisdictions)
○ where you have access to premises or systems storing investor information, your fingerprints or other biometric data if you provide your consent. Your name and likeness as well as the photographs, videos and/or audiovisual recordings for publicity release purposes subject to your consent and permission;


• Information relating to your family, including:
○ family or other contact details (for emergency contact purposes);
○ number and identity of dependents and spouse or partner (if any); and
○ beneficiary information, including name and contact details of beneficiaries of benefits for employees and their families; hobbies.


• Information relating to your use of our IT: including:
○ monitoring your use of FTI’s IT systems including email, internet systems, computers, telephone systems and mobile devices by IT staff and automated systems; and
○ in some cases, monitoring and access to the content of your emails, telephone calls and other content stored on any FTI device.


• Communications in the workplace and other information relating to your employment with us: including:
○ emails, skype communications, telephone calls and letters;
○ business travel.


In some circumstances it will be necessary for you to provide the personal data to us. We will make it clear if and when this situation arises. This need will arise where there is a requirement under law for us to obtain certain information from you or where it is necessary to obtain certain information from you because of a requirement under your contract. Where you fail to provide the necessary information, this may result in us being required to terminate your contract of employment.

IT Systems Monitoring
Monitoring of FTI’s IT Systems will always be performed, and authorised, in accordance with FTI’s Information Security Policy. You can access a copy of FTI’s Information Security Policy from our intranet site or by contacting us.

Diversity Monitoring
During the course of your employment, when conducting surveys, we may ask for your consent to collect information about you in accordance with our diversity policy. These surveys help us to understand our staff demographic better, target our initiatives to employees more effectively and send out a strong and positive signal that diversity and inclusion are important to FTI. The types of information which we may collect include: age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability status and ethnicity. You may withdraw consent at any time by contacting the Data Protection Officer. This information will only be used by us and Franklin Resources Inc., in accordance with local law, and subject to your consent within your local jurisdiction, and in connection with our and the FTI Group’s Diversity and Inclusion policy and to analyse workforce diversity. We will not disclose it to your line manager / business unit and we will not use it to make decisions about your employment relationship with us.

How we use your information
We use the information we collect from you for the purposes of:
• performing our obligations, or exercising our rights, under our employment contract with you;
• performing a legal obligation to which we are subject; and
• our legitimate interests which will only apply where we consider that the legitimate interest is not overridden by your interests or rights which require protection of your data, such as the administration and management of your employment with us, including the following purposes:
○ for facilitating Human Resources (HR) management functions (for example, recruitment, career development, performance management, talent management and grievance management);
○ for employee administration and operational purposes (for example, in relation to absences, pay, benefits and HR records);
○ for verifying compliance with our policies and procedures;
○ for marketing and other business promotion activities;
○ for backup purposes to facilitate business continuity;
○ for compliance with any contractual, legal or regulatory obligations;
○ detection or prevention of any inappropriate behaviour or breach of the FTI policies;

○ monitoring your use of FTI’s electronic communications and information technology systems including access to the internet, email and use of telephone systems and may include access to the content of those communications in accordance with FTI’s Information Security Policy;
○ ensuring only authorised users have access to our premises or IT systems storing confidential investor information; and
○ business management and other legitimate business purposes.

Information that we share
We will disclose personal information of employees as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2.

If you require further information regarding Franklin Templeton sharing your personal data with third party recipients, you may contact the Data Protection Officer.

Candidates

Information that we collect about you

We collect information in relation to your application with us. It is either provided by you or obtained from third parties such as referees or recruitment agencies. This information includes:
• Information relating to you, including:
○ personal details such as name, gender, date of birth;
○ contact details including address, telephone number, email address;
○ hobbies;
○ Curriculum vitae, expertise, education, training and career management details;
○ logistical details of current employment, such as role and location;
○ financial details of employment, including salary, pension and benefits and bank account;
○ details of previous employment;
○ immigration status (passport details) and copy of your work permit (for foreign candidates);
○ where you access our premises, CCTV recordings may be collected for the legitimate interests of Franklin Templeton in accordance with local law (subject to your consent in some jurisdictions)

Diversity Monitoring
During the course of your employment application, when conducting surveys, we may ask for your consent to collect information about you in accordance with our diversity policy. These surveys help us to understand our staff demographic better, target our initiatives to employees more effectively and send out a strong and positive signal that diversity and inclusion are important to FTI. The types of information which we may collect include: age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability status and ethnicity. You may withdraw consent at any time by contacting the Data Protection Officer. This information will only be used by us and Franklin Resources Inc., in accordance with local law, and subject to your consent within your local jurisdiction, and in connection with our and the FTI Group’s Diversity and Inclusion policy and to analyse workforce diversity. We will not disclose it to your line manager / business unit and we will not use it to make decisions about your employment relationship with us.


How we use your information
We use the information we collect from you for the purposes of:
• our legitimate interests which will only apply where we consider that the legitimate interest is not overridden by your interests or rights which require protection of your data, such as the administration and management of your application with us, including the following purposes:
○ for facilitating recruitment;
○ for administration and operational purposes (for example, in relation to pay, benefits and personnel records);
○ for verifying compliance with our policies and procedures;
○ ensuring only authorised users have access to our premises or IT systems storing confidential investor information; and
○ business management and other legitimate business purposes.

Information that we share
We will disclose personal information of candidates as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2.

If you require further information regarding Franklin Templeton sharing your personal data with third party recipients, you may contact the Data Protection Officer.

9. Web-related collection of personal information 

Information we collect about users of Our Website and social media sites


We collect personal information about users through Our Website, and Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites such as Twitter and LinkedIn, including the following:
• Information users provide when they enter information on Our Website, such as when submitting a “Contact Us” message (such as name, email address, salutation);
• Information users provide when they subscribe to email newsletters, press releases or other periodicals through Our Website (such as name, email address, salutation, investor type and country of residence);
• Information users provide when posting content on social media sites;
• Information users provide in their social media bio;
• Information users provide when they respond to a survey or marketing communication, such as their opinions about our services and information about themselves (such as age range, services used, how they know us, their opinions of our services);
• Information users provide when they register for an online account through Our Website (such as name, email address, address, date of birth, unique identification numbers (e.g. client reference number, social security number). The decision to provide this information is optional. However, if the user decides not to provide such information, they may not be able to access certain content or features available on or through Our Website;
• Information captured in our web logs such as device information (e.g. device brand and model, screen dimensions), unique identification numbers (e.g. IP address and device ID), and browser information (e.g. URL, browser type, pages visited, date/time of access);
• Information captured by our cookies (see ‘Cookies, Tags and Similar Technologies’ section below);
• Advertising information (such as size/type of ad, ad impressions, location/format of ad, data about interactions with the ad);
• Behavioural information (such as information on the behaviour or presumed interests of individuals which are linked to those individuals and may be used to create a user profile); and
• Information users provide in connection with purchasing items from Our Website shops (such as name, payment card information, and billing and delivery address and purchase details).

Our Websites and online services are for individuals who are at least 18 years of age. Our online services are not designed to be used by minors under the age of 18.


In certain circumstances, where a website user does not provide personal information which is required (for example, in relation to our online services), we will not be able to perform our obligations under the contract with them or may not be able to provide them with products and services. We will make it clear if and when this situation arises and what the consequences of not providing the information will be for the website user.

How we use website and social media users’ information
We use the personal information we collect from Our Website users and individuals accessing Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites for the purposes of:
• personalizing their experience of Our Website;
• monitoring social media content to manage relations with our customers and promote our business and brand;
• if there is an interaction on a social media site with a third party social media user that we consider that we should react on, passing a link to the content and third party’s profile to the department of interest;
• providing products and services that website users have requested;
• administering the website, investigating any complaints and providing customer service;
• providing website users and individuals accessing our web pages on social media sites with information and offers on products or services that may be of interest to them (see section above on Marketing Communications); and
• performing statistical and trend analysis to improve the user experience and performance of Our Website.

Please see below as regards information we collect through cookies and other tracking technologies.
We justify our processing on the following legal bases:
• consent to receiving our marketing communications (see section on Marketing Communications), where applicable. In the event that an individual wishes to withdraw their consent they will have an option to “Unsubscribe” or may contact the Data Protection Officer;
• performing our obligations under our contracts with users buying goods and services from our Webshop or registering online to receive our services or using our online services (subject to our separate terms and conditions of supply);
• compliance with the law or regulatory requirements; and
• pursuing our legitimate interests. A legitimate interest will apply only where we consider that it is not overridden by a website or social media user’s interests or rights which require protection of their personal information.

We have determined that our legitimate interests include the following:
○ Promoting our products, services and Funds through Our Website and other communications;
○ Monitoring, investigating and reporting any attempts to breach the security of Our Websites;
○ Improving the performance and user experience of Our Website;
○ Performing our obligations under our contracts with our users;
○ Managing our business and brand by monitoring our public profile and responding promptly to complaints;
○ Improving the security, performance and user experience of Our Website;
○ Targeting personalised marketing to website and social media users for the legitimate purposes of promoting our business and our brand.

If a website user or individual accessing our web pages on social media sites requires further information regarding our legitimate interests as applied to their personal information, they may contact the Data Protection Officer.

Survey Information: Occasionally we may ask users to participate in a brief survey to help us make smart choices as we look for ways to improve Our Website. Information users provide in response to such surveys will not be identified with them unless they consent.

Recipients of website and social media user data
We may disclose personal information of website and social media users as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2. 


External Links
Our Website may contain links to online websites or content operated and maintained by third parties, over which we have no control. Please consult the privacy policies of these third-party sites to become familiar with their privacy practices and to learn about any choices that these companies may offer you with respect to your personal information.

10. Cookies, tags and similar technologies
A cookie is a small text file which includes a unique identifier that is sent by a web server to the browser on your computer, mobile phone or any other internet enabled device when you visit an on-line site. Cookies and similar technologies are widely used to make websites work efficiently and to collect information about your online preferences. For simplicity, we refer to all these technologies as “cookies”.

Some of Our Website pages may contain electronic images known as web beacons (also known as clear gifs, tags or pixels) that allow us to count users who have visited our pages. Web beacons collect only limited information, e.g. a cookie number, time and date of a page view, and a description of the page on which the web beacon resides. We may also carry web beacons placed by third party advertisers. These beacons do not carry any information that could directly identify you.

How do we use cookies?
We use cookies and other tracking technologies to customise content and advertising, provide social media features and to see how our visitors move through Our Website. We use this information to make decisions about ways to improve the services we offer you.

We may engage third party tracking and advertising providers such as those named below to act on our behalf to track and analyse your usage of Our Website through the use of cookies. These third parties collect, and share with us, usage information about visits to Our Website and, sometimes by correlating this information with other information (e.g. your IP address), measure and research the effectiveness of our advertisements, track page usage, help us target our recommendations and advertising, and track use of our recommendations and advertisements.

Cookies and types of cookies we use
You can find more information about cookies and the types of cookies we use on our websites in the cookie register which can be found at: http://franklintempletonglobal.com/privacy/cookie-register.page.

Contact our Data Protection Officer at the address referred to in Appendix 1 of this Notice if you would like a hard copy of this register, or you have any specific queries regarding the cookies which are deployed on Our Website.

You can find more information about cookies, behavioural advertising and online privacy at www.allaboutcookies.org or www.youronlinechoices.com.

How do I reject cookies?
If you do not want to be tracked by Google Analytics cookies you can opt-out by installing a browser plug-in here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/.

If you do not want to be tracked by Marketo cookies you can opt-out by clicking the link here: http://www.franklintempletonglobal.com/marketo-optout.page?marketo_opt_ out=true

If you do not want to receive any cookies from our emails then do not download any images or click any links when you open the email. You may first have to disable automatic downloading of images on your email client.

At any time, you can prevent cookies from being set on your browser. For instructions on how to block, delete or disable cookies, please consult your browser’s ‘Help’ or ‘Support’ section. Please note that by deleting our cookies or disabling future cookies you may not be able to access certain areas or features of Our Website. Please also note that you cannot disable web beacons (clear gifs, pixels, tags) but these typically work in conjunction with other cookies and so will become largely ineffective if you disable cookies in your browser settings.

Please consult the following links for information on cookie management and blocking according to your browser:
Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/internet-explorer/delete- manage-cookies#ie=ie-11.
Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable- cookies-website-preferences
Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en Safari: https://support.apple.com/kb/PH19214?locale=en_GB

You can also find more information and manage cookie storage at https://www.aboutcookies.org/ and www.youronlinechoices.eu.

APPENDIX 1
FRANKLIN TEMPLETON GROUP COMPANIES & FUNDS


Franklin Templeton and all its group companies have access to information on individuals covered by this Notice. However, only appropriate data controllers have access to relevant employees and candidates data. Franklin Templeton Funds and their Management Companies act as joint-controller unless local jurisdiction states it differently.

Below our most impacted fund group companies and funds are noted. For a full list, please visit: www.franklintempletonglobal.com/privacy/fund-entities

How to Contact Us
If an individual wishes to exercise their individual rights, or to raise any questions, concerns or complaints concerning this Notice or on our privacy practices, they can contact us at the relevant address for their country listed below. The individual should address the envelope as follows: “FAO Data Protection Officer”.

Alternatively, our Data Protection Officer can be contacted directly at:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l.
8A, rue Albert Borschette 

L-1246 Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Email Address: DataProtectionOfficer@franklintempleton.com


Franklin Templeton Group Companies

AUSTRIA:
Franklin Templeton Austria GmbH 

Universitätsring 10
4th Floor, 1010 Vienna, Austria

BELGIUM:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l., Belgian Branch 

28 avenue Marnix
1000 Brussels, Belgium

FRANCE:
Franklin Templeton France SA 

20 Rue de la Paix
75002 Paris, France

GERMANY:
Franklin Templeton Investment Services GmbH
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited, German Branch

Mainzer Landstr. 16
D-60325 Frankfurt am Main. Germany

HUNGARY:
Franklin Templeton Magyarország Kft. 

1051 Budapest
Sas utca 10-12, 

Hungary

IRELAND:
Franklin Floating Rate Fund Plc (FFRF)
Franklin Emerging Market Debt Opportunities Fund (FTEMDOF)

JPMorgan House
International Financial Services Centre 

Dublin 1, Ireland

Franklin Liberty Shares ICAV (Irish ETF) 


78 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay
Dublin 2, Ireland

ITALY:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l., Italian Branch 

C.so Italia, n.1
20122 Milano, Italy

LUXEMBOURG:
Franklin Templeton Management Luxembourg S.A. 

Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l. 

Franklin Templeton Investment Funds (FTIF)
Franklin Templeton Series II Funds (FTSIIF)

Franklin Templeton Sharia Funds (FTSF)
Franklin Templeton Specialized Investment Funds (FTSIF)

Franklin Templeton Opportunities Fund (FTOF)
Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIIB SCSP
FTAIF-TSEMF V - Templeton Strategic Emerging Markets Fund V (private equity)

8A, rue Albert Borschette 

L-1246 Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

NETHERLANDS:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

World Trade Center Amsterdam
H-toren, 5e verdieping Zuidplein 36 

1077 XV Amsterdam, Netherlands

POLAND:
Templeton Asset Management (Poland) 

Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych S.A. 

Franklin Templeton Investments Poland Sp. z o.o. 

Franklin Templeton Fundusz Inwestycyjny Otwarty

Rondo ONZ 1, 29th Floor 

00-124 Warsaw, Poland

ROMANIA:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Ltd UK 

Fondul Proprietatea

Premium Point
78-80 Buzesti, 08th floor, District 1, Bucharest, Romania

SLOVAKIA:
Franklin Templeton Slovakia, s.r.o. 

Regus Business Centre, Karadzicova 8/A 

821 08 Bratislava, Slovakia

SPAIN:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

Calle Jose Ortega y Gasset, 29–5a planta
28006 Madrid, Spain

SWEDEN:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

Blasieholmsgatan 5
SE-111 48 Stockholm, Sweden

UNITED KINGDOM:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited

Franklin Templeton Global Investors Limited

Franklin Templeton Fund Management Limited

Franklin Templeton Funds (OEIC)
Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust (TEMIT)

Cannon Place, 78 Cannon Street 

London EC4N 6HL, United Kingdom

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:
Templeton Growth Fund (TGF) Inc – Fund

P.O. Box 33030 St. Petersburg

Florida 33733-8030, USA

Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund, L.P (Series B/C) 

Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIB, L.P. (TBC)

Corporation Trust Center, 1
209 Orange Street, County of New Castle 

Wilmington
Delaware 19801




APPENDIX 2
THIRD PARTY AND OTHER RECIPIENTS CATEGORIES


Employees Candidates
• Account Processing System suppliers
• Benefits and Pension Providers
• Business Contact database administrators
• Cloud-based solution providers
• Courts
• Document Archive, Storage and Destruction Suppliers
• Events Management Providers
• IT Systems Suppliers
• Payroll Providers
• Print Services Suppliers
• Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers
• Regulators
• Security or Police Authorities
• Social Media Providers
• Tax Authorities

• Account Processing System suppliers
• Business Contact database administrators
• Courts
• Events Management Providers
• Payroll Providers
• Print Services Suppliers
• Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers
• Recruitment Providers
• Regulators
• Security or Police Authorities
• Social Media Providers
• Tax Authorities




What these Third Parties do

Account Processing System suppliers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to service or maintain business contact databases, and systems processing account information, such as suppliers systems supporting Our Website.

Benefits and Pension Providers - Third parties who provide services or benefits on FT’s behalf, for employees.

Business Contact database administrators - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to service or maintain business contact databases, and systems processing account information, such as suppliers systems supporting FT’s Website(s).

Cloud-based solution providers - Third parties who provide cloud-based solutions such as Translations services, and Training solutions.

Courts - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Document Archive, Storage and Destruction Suppliers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to provide document archive and storage services.

Events Management Providers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to plan, organise and facilitate events.

IT Systems Suppliers - Third parties who provide technical services specifically for IT systems.

Payroll Providers - Third parties who provide services on FT’s behalf, for employees.

Print Services Suppliers - Third parties who provide technical services specifically for print services.

Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers - Third parties who provide services to Franklin Templeton group companies, such as its professional advisers (e.g. auditors and lawyers).

Recruitment Providers - Third parties who provide recruitment services on FT’s behalf.

Regulators - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Security or Police Authorities - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Social Media Providers - Social Media providers supporting Franklin Templeton web pages, such as Twitter and LinkedIn.

Tax Authorities - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

 

 

  

 


 

 

 

 

 

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Data Protection Statement

 

Country: Germany

Language: German

 
Mitarbeiter und Bewerber
Erklärung zu Datenschutz & Cookies
Version 2.0


WIE WIR IHRE PERSONENBEZOGENEN DATEN NUTZEN

Bei Franklin Templeton genießt der Schutz Ihrer Daten hohe Priorität, und wir schätzen das Vertrauen, das Sie uns mit der Bereitstellung Ihrer personenbezogenen Daten entgegenbringen.
Aus diesem Grund möchten wir Ihnen darlegen, wie wir mit personenbezogenen Daten, die Sie an uns oder die Dritte an uns weiterleiten, umgehen. Diese Erklärung soll Ihnen als betroffene Person erläutern, welche Art personenbezogener Daten wir über Sie erheben und warum und wie wir diese als Datenverantwortliche verarbeiten. Das neue EU-Datenschutzrecht ist am 25. Mai 2018 mit der Datenschutz- Grundverordnung (DSGVO) in Kraft getreten. Diese Erklärung legt Ihre Rechte in Bezug auf diese EU-Verordnung fest.

Im Bedarfsfall werden wir diese Erklärung aktualisieren, und jede neue Version wird auf MyFTI zur Verfügung gestellt. Wir empfehlen Ihnen den regelmäßigen Besuch unserer Website, damit Sie stets über unsere Datenschutzpraktiken informiert sind.

Bezüglich des Datenschutzes sichern wir Ihnen Folgendes zu:
• Wir werden Ihre Daten sicher und geschützt aufbewahren
• Wir stellen sicher, dass Sie Ihre Rechte ausüben können
• Wir werden FTI-Mitarbeiter in der ordnungsgemäßen Handhabung Ihrer personenbezogenen Daten schulen

1. Für wessen personenbezogene Daten gilt diese Erklärung?
Diese Erklärung beschreibt unsere Praktiken bei der Nutzung:
i) der personenbezogenen Daten von Mitarbeitern, die im Europäischen Wirtschaftsraum (EWR) ansässig sind; oder von Mitarbeitern außerhalb des EWR, denen Unternehmen unserer Gruppe im EWR Dienstleistungen anbieten;
ii) der personenbezogenen Daten von Bewerbern, die entweder im EWR ansässig sind oder außerhalb des EWR ansässig sind und sich auf ein Angebot eines Unternehmens der FTI-Gruppe mit Sitz im EWR bewerben.

2. Welche personenbezogenen Daten erheben wir und warum tun wir das?
Nach den Datenschutzgesetzen dürfen wir personenbezogene Daten nutzen (einschließlich der Weitergabe dieser Informationen an Dritte), wenn wir hierfür einen angemessenen Grund haben.

Dementsprechend müssen wir einen oder mehrere der folgenden Gründe haben:
• die Erfüllung eines mit Ihnen geschlossen Vertrages;
• eine uns obliegende gesetzliche Pflicht;
• unser berechtigtes Interesse*;
• Ihre diesbezügliche Einwilligung.

(*) Unser berechtigtes Interesse bedeutet, dass wir einen geschäftlichen oder wirtschaftlichen Grund zur Nutzung der Informationen haben. Dies darf jedoch nicht in unlauterer Weise Ihrem besten Interesse zuwiderlaufen (nähere Einzelheiten sind auf Anfrage erhältlich).

Generell dürfen wir die folgenden Arten personenbezogener Daten erfassen, die wir von Ihnen oder über mit uns verbundenen Dritten erhalten:
• Informationen über Sie:
• Informationen über Ihre Familie;
• Informationen über Ihre Nutzung unserer IT;
• Kommunikation am Arbeitsplatz und andere Informationen, die sich auf Ihre Beschäftigung bei uns beziehen.

Abhängig von Ihrem Profil als betroffene Person können die Gründe für die Verarbeitung Ihrer personenbezogenen Daten unterschiedlich sein. Weitere Informationen über die Profile betroffener Personen sind unter Punkt 8 aufgeführt.

Überdies erheben und verwenden wir personenbezogene Daten von Mitarbeitern über unsere Websites und über Webseiten von Franklin Templeton auf Social-Media-Seiten wie z. B. Twitter und LinkedIn. Weitere Informationen hierzu finden Sie unter Punkt 9.

3. Welche Rechte haben Sie?
Personen haben unter bestimmten Umständen in Bezug auf Ihre personenbezogenen Daten die folgenden Rechte:
• Recht auf Zugang zu personenbezogenen Daten
• Recht auf Berichtigung personenbezogener Daten
• Recht auf Einschränkung der Nutzung personenbezogener Daten
• Recht, die Löschung personenbezogener Daten zu verlangen
• Recht auf Widerspruch gegen die Verarbeitung personenbezogener Daten
• Recht auf Datenübertragbarkeit (unter ganz bestimmten Umständen)
• Recht auf Einreichung einer Beschwerde bei einer Aufsichtsbehörde 


Falls Sie als Person diese Rechte ausüben möchten, können Sie ein entsprechendes Antragsformular unter www.franklintempletonglobal.com/
formular-zur- ausubung-ihrer-individuellen-rechte.pdf. herunterladen oder
sich über die in Anhang 1 dieser Erklärung aufgeführte Adresse mit uns in Verbindung setzen.

Einen Überblick über die einzelnen Rechte und das Vorgehen zur Ausübung dieser Rechte finden Sie nachstehend.

Erhalten wir einen Antrag auf Ausübung eines dieser Rechte, müssen wir unverzüglich und in jedem Falle innerhalb eines Monats nach dem Eingang des Antrags Informationen über die von uns ergriffenen Maßnahmen zur Verfügung stellen. Diese Frist kann unter bestimmten Umständen, z. B. bei komplexen oder zahlreichen Anfragen, um weitere zwei Monate verlängert werden.

Die Informationen werden außer bei offenkundig unbegründeten oder – insbesondere im Fall von häufiger Wiederholung – exzessiven Anfragen unentgeltlich bereitgestellt. Unter solchen Umständen können wir eine angemessene Gebühr verlangen oder uns weigern, aufgrund der Anfrage tätig zu werden. Wir erteilen Ihnen vor der Bearbeitung einer Anfrage Auskünfte über die Gebühren.

Wir dürfen zu Ihrer Identifizierung zusätzliche Informationen anfordern, bevor wir eine Anfrage bearbeiten. Wenn wir diese Informationen für unzureichend halten, behalten wir uns das Recht vor, Ihre Anfrage abzulehnen.

Bearbeiten wir eine Anfrage nicht, haben wir Sie unverzüglich und binnen eines Monats nach Eingang der Anfrage über unsere Gründe zu unterrichten, warum wir die beantragte Maßnahme nicht ergriffen haben.

Recht auf Zugang zu personenbezogenen Daten
Personen haben das Recht, sich bei uns Folgendes bestätigen zu lassen:
• Ob wir personenbezogene Daten über sie verarbeiten oder nicht
• Bestimmte Informationen über die Verarbeitung

Personen haben überdies ein Recht auf Zugang zu den personenbezogenen Daten und auf Aushändigung einer Kopie.

Recht auf die Beschränkung der Verarbeitung personenbezogener Daten 

Personen haben das Recht zu verlangen, dass wir die Verarbeitung ihrer personenbezogenen Daten beschränken, soweit einer der folgenden Fälle gilt:
• Eine Person bestreitet die Richtigkeit der personenbezogenen Daten. Die Beschränkung gilt, bis wir Schritte zur Überprüfung der Richtigkeit der personenbezogenen Daten unternommen haben.
• Die Verarbeitung ist unrechtmäßig, aber eine Person wünscht nicht die Löschung der personenbezogenen Daten und verlangt stattdessen eine Beschränkung.
• Wir benötigen die personenbezogenen Daten nicht länger für die Zwecke der Verarbeitung, aber sie werden von einer Person im Zusammenhang mit einem Rechtsanspruch nach wie vor benötigt.
• Eine Person hat ihr Recht auf Widerspruch gegen die Verarbeitung ausgeübt. Die Beschränkung gilt, bis wir Schritte zur Überprüfung dessen unternommen haben, ob wir zwingende schutzwürdige Gründe für die Fortsetzung der Verarbeitung haben.

Recht auf Widerspruch gegen die Verarbeitung personenbezogener Daten 

Wenn personenbezogene Daten genutzt werden, um eine Person mit Werbung gezielt anzusprechen, besteht jederzeit das Recht, dem zu
widersprechen.

Eine Person hat auch das Recht, der Verarbeitung ihrer personenbezogenen Daten zu widersprechen, wenn die Rechtsgrundlage der Verarbeitung in unserem berechtigten Interesse liegt. Wir müssen die Verarbeitung aussetzen, bis wir überprüft haben, ob wir zwingende schutzwürdige Gründe für die Verarbeitung haben, die die Interessen, Rechte und Freiheiten der Person überwiegen, oder wahlweise, ob wir die Verarbeitung für die Geltendmachung, Ausübung oder Verteidigung von Rechtsansprüchen fortsetzen müssen.

Recht auf Berichtigung personenbezogener Daten
Falls eine Person der Auffassung ist, dass die personenbezogenen Daten, die wir über sie führen, nicht richtig sind, kann sie deren Änderung verlangen. Überdies kann sie die Vervollständigung unvollständiger personenbezogener Daten auch mittels einer schriftlichen Bestätigung verlangen.

Recht auf Löschung personenbezogener Daten („Recht auf Vergessenwerden“)
Eine Person kann überdies unter bestimmten Voraussetzungen die Löschung ihrer personenbezogenen Daten verlangen. Dies gilt unter anderem, wenn (dies ist keine vollständige Liste):
• Die personenbezogenen Daten für die Zwecke, für die sie erhoben oder auf sonstige Weise verarbeitet wurden, nicht mehr notwendig sind;
• die Verarbeitung sich auf eine Einwilligung stützte, die widerrufen wurde, und es keine anderweitige Rechtsgrundlage für die Verarbeitung gibt;
• die Person ihr Recht auf Widerspruch gegen die Verarbeitung ausgeübt hat und keine vorrangigen berechtigten Gründe für die Fortsetzung der Verarbeitung vorliegen.

Es gibt auch bestimmte Ausnahmen, in denen wir eine verlangte Löschung verweigern können, z. B. wenn die personenbezogenen Daten benötigt werden, um einer gesetzlichen Pflicht nachzukommen, oder für die Geltendmachung, Ausübung oder Verteidigung von Rechtsansprüchen.

Falls eine Person die Löschung ihrer personenbezogenen Daten verlangt, werden hierdurch möglicherweise Aufzeichnungen entfernt, die wir zu ihren Gunsten führen, wie z. B. die Eintragung in einer Unterdrückungsliste, und diese Person wird uns erneut personenbezogene Daten bereitstellen müssen, falls sie von uns künftig auf dieser Liste geführt werden möchte.

Recht auf Datenübertragbarkeit
Wenn wir uns als Rechtsgrundlage darauf stützen, dass eine Einwilligung erteilt wurde oder die Verarbeitung für die Erfüllung eines Vertrages notwendig ist, in dem eine Person eine Vertragspartei ist, und wenn diese personenbezogenen Daten automatisch (z. B. elektronisch) verarbeitet werden, hat eine Person das Recht, alle personenbezogenen Daten zu erhalten, die sie uns in einem strukturierten, gängigen und maschinenlesbaren Format bereitgestellt hat, und diese direkt an einen anderen Datenverantwortlichen zu übermitteln, soweit dies technisch machbar ist.

Aufsichtsbehörde
Eine Person hat überdies das Recht, bei einer Aufsichtsbehörde eine Beschwerde einzureichen, insbesondere in dem Mitgliedstaat der Europäischen Union, in dem sich ihr gewöhnlicher Aufenthaltsort, ihr Arbeitsplatz und der Ort des mutmaßlichen Verstoßes gegen die Datenschutzgesetze befinden.

4. Marketingmitteilungen
Falls Sie ein Mitarbeiter oder Bewerber sind, der in den Anwendungsbereich dieser Erklärung fällt, halten wir Sie über unsere offenen Stellen per E-Mail auf dem neuesten Stand und nutzen hierfür die von Ihnen gegebenenfalls bereitgestellten Informationen. Sofern aufgrund von Vorschriften und/ oder Gesetzen vorgeschrieben, holen wir die erforderliche Zustimmung zur Verwendung Ihrer Kontaktdaten, einschließlich Ihrer E-Mail-Adressen, ein. In jedem Fall, können Sie Ihre Einstellungen in Bezug auf diese Marketingmitteilungen ändern, indem Sie sich mit uns in Verbindung setzen.
Des Weiteren stellen wir sicher, dass alle Dritten, die uns bei der Vermarktung unserer offenen Stellen sowie der damit verbundenen Dienstleistungen unterstützen, vertraglich verpflichtet sind, Ihre personenbezogenen Daten vertraulich zu behandeln, und diese ausschließlich zur Erbringung der angewiesenen Dienstleistungen zu verwenden.

5. Internationale Übertragungen & Datenaustausch
Die Informationen, die wir von Ihnen erfassen, können an Stellen außerhalb des EWR übertragen und dort gespeichert werden (z.B. an ein Unternehmen der FTI Gruppe in den USA sowie an Drittanbieter außerhalb des EWR). Zudem können sie von Personen verarbeitet werden, die außerhalb des EWR tätig sind und für uns oder einen unserer Dienstleister arbeiten.

Zu den Ländern außerhalb des EWR, an die wir Daten übertragen, zählen unter anderem: Argentinien, Australien, die Bahamas, Kanada, China, Hongkong, Indien, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapur, Südafrika, die Schweiz, die Türkei, die Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate und die USA.

Einige dieser Länder haben möglicherweise keine gleichwertigen Datenschutzgesetze wie das Land Ihres Wohnsitzes. Falls wir personenbezogene Daten an eine Stelle außerhalb des EWR übermitteln müssen, unternehmen wir Schritte, um den Schutz und die Sicherheit Ihrer personenbezogenen Daten sicherzustellen, sobald sie den EWR verlassen. Insbesondere verwenden wir hierbei die EU-Standarddatenschutzklauseln, die von der Europäischen Kommission genehmigt und nach Artikel 46 der DSGVO zugelassen sind. Falls Sie ausführlichere Informationen zu diesen Sicherheitsvorkehrungen wünschen, können Sie diese beim Datenschutzbeauftragten anfordern.

6. Speicherfristen
Wir speichern Ihre in den Anwendungsbereich dieser Erklärung fallenden personenbezogenen Daten:
• Für Mitarbeiter - über die Dauer Ihres Arbeitsverhältnisses sowie einen angemessenen darauffolgenden Zeitraum , jeweils in Übereinstimmung mit den lokalen Aufbewahrungsfristen, die sich auch in der für FTI Europa geltenden Richtlinie zur Aufbewahrung von Unterlagen widerspiegeln.
• Für Bewerber - Wir bewahren Ihre persönlichen Daten so lange auf, wie es in Verbindung mit den nachfolgend genannten Zwecken erforderlich ist, sowie über einen angemessenen darauffolgenden Zeitraum hinweg auf, jeweils in Übereinstimmung mit den lokalen Aufbewahrungsfristen, die sich auch in der für FTI Europa geltenden Richtlinie zur Aufbewahrung von Unterlagen widerspiegeln.

Unter bestimmten Voraussetzungen müssen Daten möglicherweise für einen längeren Zeitraum gespeichert werden, wenn wir z. B. in laufendem Schriftwechsel stehen oder es laufende Ansprüche oder Untersuchungen gibt.
Unsere Weblogs werden für 60 Tage gespeichert, um Untersuchungen und Berichte über versuchte Sicherheitsverletzungen auf unseren Websites zu unterstützen.

7. Vertraulichkeit und Sicherheit
Wir haben geeignete technische und organisatorische Maßnahmen umgesetzt, um personenbezogene Daten vor versehentlichem Verlust und davor zu schützen, dass diese unbefugt abgerufen, genutzt, geändert oder offengelegt werden. FTI-Mitarbeiter müssen bestimmte Verfahren einhalten, um die Vertraulichkeit der personenbezogenen Daten unserer Anleger zu wahren. Außerdem haben wir physische, elektronische und verfahrenstechnische Sicherheitsvorkehrungen zum Schutz der von uns verarbeiteten personenbezogenen Daten getroffen. Dies umfasst die Durchführung laufender Beurteilungen unserer Systeme, das Informationen über Anleger enthält, und die Vornahme der erforderlichen Änderungen.

Das Internet ist ein offenes System und bei über das Internet übermittelten Informationen können wir die Sicherheit von Informationen, die eine Person an oder über unsere Website überträgt oder die wir anderweitig aufbewahren, nicht garantieren, obwohl unsere Website gegebenenfalls das sichere Datenübertragungsprotokoll nutzt.

8. Arten von betroffenen Personen

Mitarbeiter

Informationen, die wir über Sie erfassen
Wir erfassen Informationen, die mit Ihrer Beschäftigung bei uns in Verbindung stehen. Diese werden entweder von Ihnen bereitgestellt, von uns (oder in unserem Auftrag) im Zusammenhang mit Ihrer Beschäftigung erstellt oder von Dritten wie etwa Arbeitsvermittlern oder Personalberatern bezogen. Diese Informationen umfassen:

• Informationen über Sie, darunter:
○ personenbezogene Angaben wie Name, Geschlecht, Geburtsdatum;
○ Kontaktdaten, einschließlich Ihrer Adresse, Telefonnummer und E-Mail-Adresse;
○ Hobbys;
○ Angaben zu Lebenslauf, Bewerbungsformular, Fachwissen, Ausbildung, Schulungen und Informationen zur Karriereplanung;
○ logistische Details zur aktuellen Beschäftigung, wie z.B. Rolle und Standort;
○ finanzielle Einzelheiten zur Beschäftigung, etwa zu Gehalt, Rente und Leistungen und zu Ihrer Bankverbindung;
○ Angaben zu früheren Anstellungen;
○ Immigrationsstatus (Passdaten) und Kopie Ihrer Arbeitserlaubnis (für ausländische Mitarbeiter);
○ Einzelheiten zu Schulungen, Beurteilungen, Rekrutierungs- und Austrittsinformationen, Beschwerden, disziplinarischen Untersuchungen und Ergebnissen (einschließlich angeblicher oder tatsächlicher Verstöße gegen Richtlinien und Verfahren sowie Enthüllungsberichte) sowie Krankheits-, Abwesenheits-, Gesundheits- und Sicherheitsdaten;
○ Führerschein, wenn Sie im Zusammenhang mit Ihrer Beschäftigung reisen;
○ Gewerkschaftsmitgliedschaft, jedoch nur mit Ihrer Zustimmung oder wenn dies nach geltendem Recht anderweitig zulässig ist;
○ Umfrageinformationen, beispielsweise Ihre Meinung zur Arbeit bei uns und Diversity-Informationen, wie weiter unten beschrieben;
○ sofern Sie Zugang zu den Räumlichkeiten von FTI haben, können Aufzeichnungen aus der Videoüberwachung gemäß den vor Ort geltenden gesetzlichen Bestimmungen (in einigen Ländern vorbehaltlich Ihrer Zustimmung) für die berechtigten Interessen von Franklin Templeton gespeichert werden;
○ sofern Sie Zugang zu Räumlichkeiten oder Systemen haben, in denen Anlegerinformationen gespeichert sind, Ihre Fingerabdrücke oder andere biometrische Daten, wenn Sie Ihre Zustimmung erteilt haben; Ihr Name und Ihr Abbild sowie für Werbezwecke genutzte Fotos, Videos und/oder audiovisuelle Aufzeichnungen, vorbehaltlich Ihrer Zustimmung und Erlaubnis;


• Informationen über Ihre Familie, darunter:
○ Kontaktdaten für Familienangehörige oder andere nahestehende Personen (zur Kontaktaufnahme in Notfallsituationen);
○ Anzahl und Identität von Familienangehörigen und Ihre Lebensgefährten oder Partner (falls vorhanden); und
○ Informationen über Begünstigte, einschließlich der Namen und Kontaktdaten der Begünstigten von Leistungen für Arbeitnehmer und ihre Familien; Hobbys.


• Informationen über Ihre Nutzung unserer IT, darunter:
○ die Überwachung Ihrer Nutzung der IT-Systeme von FTI, einschließlich der Nutzung von E-Mail, Internet-Systemen, Computern, Telefonanlagen und mobilen Geräten durch IT-Mitarbeiter und automatisierte Systeme; und
○ in manchen Fällen die Überwachung und der Zugang zum Inhalt Ihrer E-Mails, Telefonanrufe und anderer auf einem Gerät von FTI gespeicherten Inhalte.


• Kommunikation am Arbeitsplatz und andere Informationen, die sich auf Ihre Beschäftigung bei uns beziehen, darunter:
○ E-Mails, Skype-Kommunikation, Telefonanrufe und Briefe;
○ Geschäftsreisen.

Unter bestimmten Umständen ist es erforderlich, dass Sie uns Ihre personenbezogenen Daten zur Verfügung stellen. Wir werden deutlich machen, ob und wann diese Situation eintritt. Diese Erfordernis entsteht, wenn wir gesetzlich verpflichtet sind, bestimmte Informationen von Ihnen einzuholen, oder wenn es aufgrund entsprechender Erfordernisse gemäß Ihrem Vertrag notwendig ist, bestimmte Informationen von Ihnen einzuholen. Wenn Sie die erforderlichen Informationen nicht zur Verfügung stellen, kann dies zur Folge haben, dass wir Ihren Arbeitsvertrag kündigen müssen.

Überwachung von IT-Systemen
Die Überwachung der IT-Systeme von FTI wird immer in Übereinstimmung mit FTIs Informationssicherheitsrichtlinie durchgeführt und autorisiert. Sie können über unsere Intranetseite auf die Informationssicherheitsrichtlinie von FTI zugreifen oder sich diesbezüglich mit uns in Kontakt setzen.

Diversity-Monitoring
Während Ihrer Anstellung können wir Sie im Rahmen von Umfragen um Ihr Einverständnis bitten, in Übereinstimmung mit unserer Diversity- Richtlinie Informationen über Sie zu erfassen. Diese Umfragen helfen uns, die demografische Entwicklung unserer Mitarbeiter besser zu verstehen, unsere Initiativen effektiver auf die Mitarbeiter auszurichten und ein starkes und positives Signal auszusenden, dass Vielfalt und Integration für FTI wichtig sind. Zu den Arten von Informationen, die wir sammeln können, gehören: Alter, Geschlecht, Geschlechtsidentität, sexuelle Orientierung, Behindertenstatus und ethnische Zugehörigkeit. Sie können Ihre Einwilligung jederzeit widerrufen, indem Sie sich an den Datenschutzbeauftragten wenden. Diese Informationen werden ausschließlich von uns und von Franklin Resources Inc. gemäß den vor Ort geltenden gesetzlichen Bestimmungen und vorbehaltlich Ihrer Zustimmung innerhalb der lokalen Rechtssprechung und im Zusammenhang mit der für uns und die FTI Group geltenden Richtlinie zu Vielfalt und Integration sowie zur Analyse der Vielfalt der Mitarbeiter verwendet. Wir werden sie nicht an Ihren Vorgesetzten / Geschäftsbereich weitergeben, und wir werden sie nicht dazu verwenden, Entscheidungen über Ihr Arbeitsverhältnis mit uns zu treffen.

Wie wir Ihre Informationen verwenden
Wir verwenden die von Ihnen erfassten Informationen für:
• die Erfüllung unserer Pflichten bzw. die Ausübung unserer Rechte aus unserem Arbeitsvertrag mit Ihnen;
• die Erfüllung einer rechtlichen Verpflichtung, der wir unterliegen; und
• unsere berechtigten Interessen, die nur dann Anwendung finden, wenn das berechtigte Interesse unserer Einschätzung nach nicht durch Ihre Interessen oder Rechte, die den Schutz Ihrer Daten erfordern, außer Kraft gesetzt wird. Dies betrifft beispielsweise die Administration und Verwaltung Ihrer Beschäftigung bei uns, unter anderem für die folgenden Zwecke:
○ zur Unterstützung von Personalmanagementfunktionen (z.B. Rekrutierung, Karriereentwicklung, Leistungsmanagement, Talentmanagement und Beschwerdemanagement);
○ für die Mitarbeiterverwaltung und betriebliche Zwecke (z.B. in Bezug auf Abwesenheiten, Gehälter, Leistungen und Personalakten);
○ zur Überprüfung der Einhaltung unserer Richtlinien und Verfahren;
○ für Marketing und andere verkaufsfördernde Maßnahmen;
○ für Backup-Zwecke zur Unterstützung der Geschäftskontinuität;
○ zur Einhaltung vertraglicher, gesetzlicher oder aufsichtsrechtlicher Verpflichtungen;
○ zur Aufdeckung oder Verhinderung von unangemessenem Verhalten oder Verstößen gegen die FTI-Richtlinien;
○ zur Überwachung Ihrer Nutzung der elektronischen Kommunikations- und Informationstechnologiesysteme von FTI, einschließlich des Zugangs zum Internet und zu E-Mails und der Nutzung von Telefonsystemen; dies kann den Zugriff auf den Inhalt dieser Kommunikation in Übereinstimmung mit der Informationssicherheitspolitik von FTI einschließen;
○ zur Gewährleistung, dass nur autorisierte Benutzer Zugang zu unseren Räumlichkeiten oder IT-Systemen haben, in denen vertrauliche Anlegerinformationen gespeichert sind; und
○ zur Führung des Unternehmens und für andere rechtmäßige Geschäftszwecke.

Informationen, die wir weitergeben
Wir werden personenbezogene Daten von Mitarbeitern wie folgt offenlegen:
• an unsere verbundenen Unternehmen der Franklin Templeton Gruppe und an die in Anhang 1 aufgeführten Unternehmen, um die Daten für die oben aufgeführten Zwecke zu verarbeiten;
• an die in Anhang 2 aufgeführten relevanten Kategorien von Dritten. 


Wenn Sie weitere Informationen über die Weitergabe Ihrer personenbezogenen Daten an Dritte benötigen, können Sie sich an den Datenschutzbeauftragten wenden.

Bewerber

Informationen, die wir über Sie erfassen
Wir erfassen Informationen, die mit Ihrer Bewerbung bei uns in Verbindung stehen. Diese werden entweder von Ihnen bereitgestellt oder von Dritten wie etwa Arbeitsvermittlern oder Personalberatern bezogen. Diese Informationen umfassen:

• Informationen über Sie, darunter:
○ personenbezogene Angaben wie Name, Geschlecht, Geburtsdatum;
○ Kontaktdaten, einschließlich Ihrer Adresse, Telefonnummer und E-Mail-Adresse;
○ Hobbys;
○ Angaben zu Lebenslauf, Fachwissen, Ausbildung, Schulungen und Karrieremanagement;
○ logistische Details zur aktuellen Beschäftigung, wie z.B. Rolle und Standort;
○ finanzielle Einzelheiten zur Beschäftigung, etwa zu Gehalt, Rente und Leistungen und zu Ihrer Bankverbindung;
○ Angaben zu früheren Anstellungen;
○ Immigrationsstatus (Passdaten) und Kopie Ihrer Arbeitserlaubnis (für ausländische Bewerber);
○ sofern Sie Zugang zu unseren Räumlichkeiten erhalten, können Aufzeichnungen aus der Videoüberwachung gemäß den vor Ort geltenden gesetzlichen Bestimmungen (in einigen Ländern vorbehaltlich Ihrer Zustimmung) für die berechtigten Interessen von Franklin Templeton gespeichert werden;

Diversity-Monitoring
Während Ihres Bewerbungsverfahrens können wir Sie im Rahmen von Umfragen um Ihr Einverständnis bitten, in Übereinstimmung mit unserer Diversity-Richtlinie Informationen über Sie zu erfassen. Diese Umfragen helfen uns, die demografische Entwicklung unserer Mitarbeiter besser zu verstehen, unsere Initiativen effektiver auf die Mitarbeiter auszurichten und ein starkes und positives Signal auszusenden, dass Vielfalt und Integration für FTI wichtig sind. Zu den Arten von Informationen, die wir sammeln können, gehören: Alter, Geschlecht, Geschlechtsidentität, sexuelle Orientierung, Behindertenstatus und ethnische Zugehörigkeit. Sie können Ihre Einwilligung jederzeit widerrufen, indem Sie sich an den Datenschutzbeauftragten wenden. Diese Informationen werden ausschließlich von uns und von Franklin Resources Inc. gemäß den vor Ort geltenden gesetzlichen Bestimmungen und vorbehaltlich Ihrer Zustimmung innerhalb der lokalen Rechtssprechung und im Zusammenhang mit der für uns und die FTI Group geltenden Richtlinie zu Vielfalt und Integration sowie zur Analyse der Vielfalt der Mitarbeiter verwendet. Wir werden sie nicht an Ihren Vorgesetzten / Geschäftsbereich weitergeben, und wir werden sie nicht dazu verwenden, Entscheidungen über Ihr Arbeitsverhältnis mit uns zu treffen.

Wie wir Ihre Informationen verwenden
Wir verwenden die von Ihnen erfassten Informationen:
• unsere berechtigten Interessen, die nur dann Anwendung finden, wenn das berechtigte Interesse unserer Einschätzung nach nicht durch Ihre Interessen oder Rechte, die den Schutz Ihrer Daten erfordern, außer Kraft gesetzt wird. Dies betrifft beispielsweise die Administration und Verwaltung Ihrer Bewerbung bei uns, unter anderem für die folgenden Zwecke:
○ zur Unterstützung der Personalsuche;
○ für die Verwaltung und betriebliche Zwecke (z.B. in Bezug auf Gehälter, Leistungen und Personalakten);
○ zur Überprüfung der Einhaltung unserer Richtlinien und Verfahren;
○ zur Gewährleistung, dass nur autorisierte Benutzer Zugang zu unseren Räumlichkeiten oder IT-Systemen haben, in denen vertrauliche Anlegerinformationen gespeichert sind; und
○ zur Führung des Unternehmens und für andere rechtmäßige Geschäftszwecke.

Informationen, die wir weitergeben
Wir werden personenbezogene Daten von Bewerbern wie folgt offenlegen:
• an unsere verbundenen Unternehmen der Franklin Templeton Gruppe und an die in Anhang 1 aufgeführten Unternehmen, um die Daten für die oben aufgeführten Zwecke zu verarbeiten;
• an die in Anhang 2 aufgeführten relevanten Kategorien von Dritten. 


Wenn Sie weitere Informationen über die Weitergabe Ihrer personenbezogenen Daten an Dritte benötigen, können Sie sich an den Datenschutzbeauftragten wenden.

9. Webbezogene Erhebung personenbezogener Daten
Informationen, die wir über die Nutzer unserer Website und von Social-Media Seiten erheben

Wir erheben personenbezogene Daten von Nutzern über unsere Website und Social-Media-Webseiten von Franklin Templeton wie z. B. Twitter und LinkedIn, einschließlich folgender Informationen:
• Informationen, die Nutzer bereitstellen, wenn sie Informationen auf unserer Website eingeben, wie z. B. bei Absenden einer „Kontakt“-Mitteilung (bspw. Name, E-Mail-Adresse, Anrede);
• Informationen, die Nutzer bereitstellen, wenn sie E-Mail-Newsletter oder sonstige Periodika über unsere Website abonnieren (bspw. Name, E-Mail- Adresse, Anrede, Anlegertyp und Wohnsitzland);
• Informationen, die Nutzer bereitstellen, wenn sie Inhalte auf Sites für soziale Medien einstellen;
• Informationen, die Nutzer in ihren Profilen auf sozialen Medien bereitstellen;
• Informationen, die Nutzer bereitstellen, wenn sie auf eine Umfrage oder Marketingmitteilung antworten, wie z. B. ihre Meinungen über unsere Dienstleistungen und Informationen über sie selbst (bspw. Altersspanne, genutzte Dienstleistungen, wie sie uns gefunden haben, und ihre Meinungen zu unseren Dienstleistungen);
• Informationen, die Nutzer bereitstellen, wenn sie sich über unsere Website für ein Online-Konto registrieren (bspw. Name, E-Mail- Adresse, Adresse, Geburtsdatum, eindeutige Identifizierungsnummern (Kundenreferenznummer, Sozialversicherungsnummer usw.). Die Bereitstellung dieser Informationen ist optional. Stellt der Nutzer solche Informationen jedoch nicht bereit, schränkt dies möglicherweise seinen Zugang zu bestimmten auf unserer Website oder über sie verfügbaren Inhalten oder Funktionen ein.
• Informationen, die in unseren Weblogs erfasst werden, wie z. B. Geräteinformationen (bspw. Marke und Modell des Geräts, Bildschirmabmessungen), eindeutige Identifizierungsnummern, (bspw. IP-Adresse und Geräte-ID) und Browserinformationen (bspw. URL, Browsertyp, besuchte Seiten/Zugriffszeit);
• Informationen, die durch unsere Cookies erfasst werden (siehe unten „Cookies, Tags und ähnliche Technologien“);
• Werbeinformationen (wie z. B. Größe/Art der Werbeanzeige, Werbeanzeigenauflagen, Standort/Format der Werbeanzeige, Daten über Interaktionen mit der Werbeanzeige);
• Verhaltensbezogene Informationen (wie z. B. Informationen über das Verhalten oder die vermuteten Interessen von Einzelpersonen, die zur Erstellung eines Nutzerprofils verwendet werden können); und
• Informationen, die Nutzer im Zusammenhang mit dem Kauf von Artikeln in unseren Website-Shops bereitstellen (wie z. B. Name, Zahlungskarten- Informationen und Rechnungs- und Lieferadressen und Details zum Kauf).

Unsere Websites und Online-Services sind für Personen, die mindestens
18 Jahre alt sind gedacht. Unsere Online-Services wurden nicht für Minderjährige unter 18 Jahren entwickelt.


Unter bestimmten Voraussetzungen sind wir, wenn ein Website-Nutzer die erforderlichen personenbezogenen Daten nicht bereitstellt (z. B. für unsere Online-Services), nicht imstande, unsere Pflichten gemäß dem mit ihm geschlossenen Vertrag zu erfüllen oder ihm Produkte und Dienstleistungen anzubieten. Wir werden deutlich machen, ob und wann diese Situation eintritt und welche Folgen es für den Website-Nutzer hat, wenn er die Informationen nicht bereitstellt.

Wie wir Informationen der Nutzer von Website und sozialen Medien nutzen 

Wir nutzen die personenbezogenen Daten, die wir von den Nutzern unserer Website und Personen, die auf die Webseiten von Franklin Templeton auf Sites für soziale Medien zugreifen, für folgende Zwecke:
• Personalisierung der Nutzer-Erfahrung auf unserer Website;
• Überwachung der Inhalte sozialer Medien, um die Beziehungen zu unseren Kunden zu verwalten und unser Geschäft und unsere Marke zu fördern;
• Weiterleitung eines Links auf die Inhalte und das Profil eines Dritten an die jeweilige Abteilung, falls es auf einer Seite für soziale Medien Interaktion mit einem dritten Nutzer sozialer Medien gibt, auf die wir reagieren sollten;
• Bereitstellung der von Website-Nutzern angeforderten Produkte und Dienstleistungen;
• Verwaltung der Website, Untersuchung von Beschwerden und Erbringung von Kundendienstleistungen;
• Bereitstellung von Informationen und Angeboten für Website-Nutzer und Personen, die auf unsere Social-Media Webseiten zugreifen, über Produkte oder Dienstleistungen, die für sie interessant sein könnten (siehe oben „Marketingmitteilungen“); und
• Durchführung von statistischen Analysen und Trendanalysen zur Verbesserung der Nutzer-Erfahrung und der Leistung unserer Website.

Hinweise zu den Informationen, die wir durch Cookies und andere Tracking- Technologien erheben, finden Sie im folgenden Abschnitt.

Für die Verarbeitung der Informationen durch uns gelten folgende Rechtsgrundlagen:
• Einwilligung in die Zusendung unserer Marketingmitteilungen (siehe Abschnitt über Marketingmitteilungen), soweit anwendbar. Falls eine Person ihre Einwilligung widerrufen möchte, kann sie die Option „Abmelden“ wählen oder sich an den Datenschutzbeauftragten wenden.
• Erfüllung unserer Pflichten gemäß unseren Verträgen mit Nutzern, die Waren und Dienstleistungen auf unserer Website kaufen oder sich online registrieren, um unsere Dienstleistungen zu erhalten oder unsere Online- Services zu nutzen (vorbehaltlich unserer separaten Lieferbedingungen);
• Einhaltung von Gesetz und regulatorischen Anforderungen; und
• Verfolgung unserer berechtigten Interessen. Ein berechtigtes Interesse gilt nur, wenn wir der Ansicht sind, dass die Interessen oder Rechte des Nutzers einer Website oder sozialer Medien, die den Schutz seiner personenbezogenen Daten erfordern, dieses nicht überwiegen.

Unsere berechtigten Interessen umfassen unter anderem:
○ Förderung unserer Produkte, Dienstleistungen und Fonds über unsere Website und andere Kommunikationskanäle;
○ Überwachung, Untersuchung und Meldung von Versuchen, die Sicherheit unserer Website zu verletzen;
○ Verbesserung der Leistung und der Nutzer-Erfahrung unserer Website;
○ Erfüllung unserer Pflichten gemäß unseren Verträgen mit unseren Nutzern;
○ Steuerung unseres Geschäfts und unserer Marke durch Überwachung unseres öffentlichen Profils und unverzügliche Reaktion auf Beschwerden;
○ Verbesserung der Sicherheit, der Leistung und der Nutzer-Erfahrung unserer Website;
○ Zielgerichtetes personalisiertes Marketing an Nutzer der Website und sozialer Medien für die berechtigten Zwecke der Förderung unseres Geschäfts und unserer Marke.

Falls Website-Nutzer oder Personen, die auf unsere Webseiten auf Seiten für soziale Medien zugreifen, weitere Informationen hinsichtlich unserer berechtigten Interessen benötigen, die auf ihre personenbezogenen Daten Anwendung finden, können sie sich an den Datenschutzbeauftragten wenden.

Umfrageinformationen: Gelegentlich werden wir Nutzer bitten, an einer kurzen Umfrage teilzunehmen, um uns bei der Verbesserung unserer Website zu helfen. Sofern sie hierin nicht einwilligen, können die Nutzer mit den Informationen, die sie hierbei bereitstellen, nicht identifiziert werden.

Empfänger der Daten von Nutzern der Website und sozialer Medien
Wir dürfen personenbezogene Daten über die Nutzer der Website und sozialer Medien wie folgt offenlegen:
• an unsere verbundenen Unternehmen der Franklin Templeton Gruppe und an die in Anhang 1 aufgeführten Unternehmen, um die Daten für die oben aufgeführten Zwecke zu verarbeiten;
• an die in Anhang 2 aufgeführten relevanten Kategorien von Dritten. 


Externe Links
Unsere Website enthält unter Umständen Links zu von Dritten betriebenen
und unterhaltenen Online-Websites oder Inhalten, die nicht unserer Kontrolle unterliegen. Bitte konsultieren Sie die Datenschutzrichtlinien dieser Websites von Dritten, um sich mit deren Datenschutzpraktiken und den Wahlmöglichkeiten vertraut zu machen, die diese Unternehmen im Hinblick auf Ihre personenbezogenen Daten möglicherweise anbieten.

10. Cookies, Tags und ähnliche Technologien
Ein Cookie ist eine kleine Textdatei, die eine eindeutige Kennung enthält, die von einem Webserver an den Browser auf Ihrem Computer, Ihrem Mobiltelefon oder einem anderen internetfähigen Gerät gesendet wird, sobald Sie eine Website besuchen. Cookies und ähnliche Technologien werden häufig verwendet, um die Funktionsweise von Websites effizienter zu gestalten und Informationen über die Online-Einstellungen der Benutzer zu erheben. Der Einfachheit halber bezeichnen wir all diese Technologien als „Cookies“.

Einige Seiten unserer Website können elektronische Bilder enthalten, die unter der Bezeichnung Web-Beacons (auch Clear GIFs, Tags oder Pixel genannt) bekannt sind und es uns ermöglichen, die Nutzer zu zählen, die unsere Seiten besucht haben. Web-Beacons sammeln nur begrenzte Informationen, z. B. Cookie-Nummer, Datum und Uhrzeit der Seitenansicht

sowie die Beschreibung der Seite, auf der sich das Web-Beacon befindet. Wir können auch Web-Beacons einsetzen, die von dritten Werbetreibenden stammen. Diese Beacons enthalten keine Informationen, die Sie direkt identifizieren könnten.

Wie wir Cookies verwenden
Wir verwenden Cookies und andere Tracking-Technologien, um Werbung und andere Inhalte maßzuschneidern, Social-Media-Funktionen anzubieten und um zu sehen, wie sich unsere Besucher auf unserer Website bewegen. Diese Informationen helfen uns, die Ihnen angebotenen Dienstleistungen zu verbessern.

Wir können dritte Tracking- und Werbeanbieter (siehe unten) beauftragen, Ihre Nutzung unserer Website durch die Verwendung von Cookies nachzuverfolgen und zu analysieren. Diese Dritten erheben Nutzungsinformationen über Besuche auf unserer Website, leiten diese an uns weiter und messen und analysieren, manchmal durch Abgleichung dieser Informationen mit anderen Informationen (wie z. B. Ihrer IP-Adresse), die Wirksamkeit unserer Werbung, verfolgen die Seitennutzung, ermöglichen uns zielgerichtete Empfehlungen und Werbung und verfolgen die Nutzung unserer Empfehlungen und Werbung.

Von uns verwendete Cookies und Arten von Cookies
Weitere Informationen über Cookies und die Arten von Cookies, die wir auf unseren Websites verwenden, finden Sie im Cookies-Verzeichnis unter der folgenden Adresse:
http://www.franklintempletonglobal.com/franklintempletonglobal/privacy/ cookie-register.page.

Wenden Sie sich unter der in Anhang 1 dieser Erklärung angegebenen Adresse an unseren Datenschutzbeauftragten, wenn Sie ein gedrucktes Exemplar dieses Verzeichnisses wünschen oder spezifische Fragen zu den auf unseren Websites verwendeten Cookies haben.

Weitere Informationen über Cookies, verhaltensbezogene Werbung und Online-Datenschutz finden Sie unter www.allaboutcookies.org oder www.youronlinechoices.com.

Wie Sie Cookies ablehnen
Falls Sie kein Tracking durch Cookies von Google Analytics wünschen, können Sie diese Option durch Installation eines Browser-Plugins unter folgendem Link abwählen:
https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/.

Falls Sie kein Tracking durch Marketo-Cookies wünschen, können Sie diese Option unter folgendem Link abwählen: http://www.franklintempletonglobal.com/marketo-optout.page?marketo_opt_out=true

Laden Sie bitte keine Bilder herunter und klicken Sie beim Öffnen einer E-Mail keine Links an, falls Sie keine Cookies aus unseren E-Mails empfangen möchten. Unter Umständen müssen Sie zuerst den automatischen Download von Bildern in Ihrem E-Mail-Programm deaktivieren.

Sie können zu jeder Zeit verhindern, dass Cookies auf Ihrem Browser platziert werden. Unter der Browser-Menüoption „Hilfe“ oder „Support“ erhalten Sie Informationen darüber, wie Sie Cookies blockieren, löschen oder deaktivieren. Bitte beachten Sie, dass Sie durch Löschen unserer Cookies oder Deaktivieren zukünftiger Cookies möglicherweise nicht in der Lage sind, auf bestimmte Bereiche oder Funktionen unserer Website zuzugreifen. Bitte beachten Sie überdies, dass Sie Web-Beacons (Clear GIFs, Tags, Pixel) nicht deaktivieren können, diese jedoch in der Regel mit anderen Cookies zusammenwirken und somit weitgehend unwirksam werden, wenn Sie Cookies in Ihren Browser-Einstellungen deaktivieren.

Unter folgenden Links erhalten Sie Informationen darüber, wie Sie Cookies in Ihrem Browser verwalten und blockieren:

Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/internet-explorer/delete-manage- cookies#ie=ie-11.
Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website- preferences
Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en 

Safari: https://support.apple.com/kb/PH19214?locale=en_GB

Weitere Informationen sowie Optionen zur Verwaltung der Speicherung von Cookies finden Sie unter https://www.aboutcookies.org/ und www.youronlinechoices.eu.

ANHANG 1
UNTERNEHMEN UND FONDS DER FRANKLIN TEMPLETON GRUPPE


Franklin Templeton und alle Unternehmen seiner Gruppe werden Zugang zu Informationen über Personen haben, die in den Anwendungsbereich dieser Erklärung fallen. Lediglich die jeweiligen Datenverantwortlichen haben jedoch Zugang zu den relevanten Daten von Mitarbeitern und Bewerbern. Franklin Templeton-Fonds und ihre Verwaltungsgesellschaften fungieren als gemeinsame Datenverantwortliche, sofern die lokale Rechtssprechung nichts anderes vorgibt.

Nachfolgend sind unsere am stärksten betroffenen Fondsgesellschaften und Fonds aufgeführt. Eine vollständige Liste finden Sie unter: www.franklintempletonglobal.com/privacy/fund-entities

Kontakt
Falls eine Person ihre individuellen Rechte ausüben oder Fragen, Bedenken oder Beschwerden hinsichtlich dieser Erklärung oder unserer Datenschutzpraktiken vorbringen möchte, kann sie sich über die nachfolgenden Adressen für ihr jeweiliges Land mit uns in Verbindung setzen. Der Umschlag sollte mit folgender Aufschrift versehen werden:
„FAO Data Protection Officer“.


Wahlweise kann unser Datenschutzbeauftragter auch direkt kontaktiert werden:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l.
8A, rue Albert Borschette L-1246 Luxembourg Großherzogtum Luxemburg
E-Mail-Adresse: DataProtectionOfficer@franklintempleton.com



Unternehmen der Franklin Templeton Gruppe

ÖSTERREICH:
Franklin Templeton Austria GmbH 

Universitätsring 10
4th Floor, 1010 Wien, Österreich

BELGIEN:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l., Niederlassung Belgien 

28 avenue Marnix
1000 Brüssel, Belgien

FRANKREICH:
Franklin Templeton France SA 

20 Rue de la Paix
75002 Paris, Frankreich

DEUTSCHLAND:
Franklin Templeton Investment Services GmbH
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à.r.l., Niederlassung 

Deutschland

Mainzer Landstraße 16
D-60325 Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland

UNGARN:
Franklin Templeton Magyarország Kft. 

1051 Budapest
Sas utca 10-12, 

Ungarn

IRLAND:
Franklin Floating Rate Fund Plc (FFRF)
Franklin Emerging Market Debt Opportunities Fund (FTEMDOF)

JPMorgan House
International Financial Services Centre 

Dublin 1, Irland

Franklin Liberty Shares ICAV (Irish ETF) 


78 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay
Dublin 2, Irland

ITALIEN:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l., Niederlassung Italien 

C.so Italia, n.1
20122 Mailand, Italien


LUXEMBURG:
Franklin Templeton Management Luxembourg S.A. 

Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l. 

Franklin Templeton Investment Funds (FTIF)
Franklin Templeton Series II Funds (FTSIIF) 

Franklin Templeton Sharia Funds (FTSF)
Franklin Templeton Specialized Investment Funds (FTSIF) 

Franklin Templeton Opportunities Fund (FTOF)
Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIIB SCSP
FTAIF-TSEMF V - Templeton Strategic Emerging Markets Fund V (private equity)

8A, rue Albert Borschette 

L-1246 Luxembourg 

Großherzogtum Luxemburg

NIEDERLANDE:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

World Trade Center Amsterdam
H-toren, 5e verdieping Zuidplein 36 

1077 XV Amsterdam, Niederlande

POLEN:
Templeton Asset Management (Poland) 

Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych S.A. 

Franklin Templeton Investments Poland Sp. z o.o. 

Franklin Templeton Fundusz Inwestycyjny Otwarty

Rondo ONZ 1, 29th Floor 

00-124 Warschau, Polen

RUMÄNIEN:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Ltd UK 

Fondul Proprietatea

Premium Point
78-80 Buzesti, 08th floor, Bukarest, Rumänien

SLOWAKEI:
Franklin Templeton Slovakia, s.r.o. 

Regus Business Centre, Karadzicova 8/A 

821 08 Bratislava, Slowakei

SPANIEN:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

Calle Jose Ortega y Gasset, 29–5a planta
28006 Madrid, Spanien

SCHWEDEN:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

Blasieholmsgatan 5
SE-111 48 Stockholm, Schweden

VEREINIGTES KÖNIGREICH:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

Franklin Templeton Global Investors Limited 

Franklin Templeton Fund Management Limited 

Franklin Templeton Funds (OEIC)
Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust (TEMIT)

Cannon Place, 78 Cannon Street
London EC4N 6HL, Vereinigtes Königreich

VEREINIGTE STAATEN VON AMERIKA:
Templeton Growth Fund (TGF) Inc – Fund

P.O. Box 33030 St. Petersburg 

Florida 33733-8030, USA

Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund, L.P (Series B/C) 

Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIB, L.P. (TBC)

Corporation Trust Center, 1
209 Orange Street, County of New Castle 

Wilmington
Delaware 19801

ANHANG 2
KATEGORIEN VON DRITTEN UND ANDEREN EMPFÄNGERN

 

 
 Mitarbeiter Bewerber 
• Anbieter von Kontoführungssystemen
• Versorgungsträger
• Verwalter von Geschäftskontakt-Datenbanken
• Anbieter cloudbasierter Lösungen
• Gerichte
• Anbieter von Archivierungs-, Lager- und Vernichtungsdiensten für Dokumente
• Anbieter von Event-Management-Leistungen
• Anbieter von IT-Systemen
• Payroll-Anbieter
• Anbieter von Druckdienstleistungen
• Fachberater, d.h. Abschlussprüfer und Rechtsanwälte
• Aufsichtsbehörden
• Sicherheits- oder Polizeibehörden
• Social-Media-Anbieter
• Steuerbehörden
• Anbieter von Kontoführungssystemen
• Verwalter von Geschäftskontakt-Datenbanken
• Gerichte
• Anbieter von Event-Management-Leistungen
• Payroll-Anbieter
• Anbieter von Druckdienstleistungen
• Fachberater, d.h. Abschlussprüfer und Rechtsanwälte
• Personalvermittler
• Aufsichtsbehörden
• Sicherheits- oder Polizeibehörden
• Social-Media-Anbieter
• Steuerbehörden



Was diese Dritten tun

Anbieter von Kontoführungssystemen - Dritte, die von FT mit der Betreuung und Wartung von Geschäftskontakt-Datenbanken und Systemen beauftragt sind, die Kontodaten verarbeiten, wie z. B. Lieferantensysteme für den Support unserer Website.

Versorgungsträger - Dritte, die im Auftrag von FT Leistungen für Mitarbeiter erbringen.

Verwalter von Geschäftskontakt-Datenbanken - Dritte, die von FT  mit der Betreuung und Wartung von Geschäftskontakt-Datenbanken und Systemen beauftragt sind, die Kontodaten verarbeiten, wie z. B. Lieferantensysteme für den Support der Website(s) von FT.

Anbieter cloudbasierter Lösungen - Dritte, die cloudbasierte Lösungen wie Übersetzungsdienste und Schulungslösungen anbieten.

Gerichte - Zuständige Drittbehörden, wo dies verlangt oder beantragt wird oder wir dies für erforderlich halten.

Anbieter von Archivierungs -, Lager- und Vernichtungsdiensten für  Dokumente - Dritte, die im Auftrag von FT Archivierungs- und Lagerdienste für Dokumente erbringen.

Anbieter von Event-Management-Leistungen - Dritte, die Veranstaltungen im Auftrag von FT planen, organisieren und begleiten.

Anbieter von IT-Systemen - Dritte, die technische Dienstleistungen  speziell für IT-Systeme erbringen.

Payroll-Anbieter - Dritte, die im Auftrag von FT Dienstleistungen für Mitarbeiter erbringen.

Anbieter von Druckdienstleistungen - Dritte, die technische Dienstleistungen speziell für Druckdienstleistungen erbringen.

Fachberater, d.h. Abschlussprüfer und Rechtsanwälte - Dritte, die Dienstleistungen für die Unternehmen der Franklin Templeton Gruppe erbringen, wie z. B. ihre professionellen Berater (z. B. Wirtschaftsprüfer und Anwälte).

Personalvermittler - Dritte, die im Auftrag von FT Personalbeschaffungsdienstleistungen erbringen.

Aufsichtsbehörden - Zuständige Drittbehörden, wo dies verlangt oder beantragt wird oder wir dies für erforderlich halten.

Sicherheits- oder Polizeibehörden - Zuständige Drittbehörden, wo dies verlangt oder beantragt wird oder wir dies für erforderlich halten.

Social-Media-Anbieter - Social-Media-Anbieter, die Webseiten von Franklin Templeton unterstützen, beispielsweise Twitter und LinkedIn.

Steuerbehörden - Zuständige Drittbehörden, wo dies verlangt oder beantragt wird oder wir dies für erforderlich halten.



 

 

 

 

 

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Data Protection Statement

 

Personal Information Collection Statement (PICS)

 

Country: Hong Kong

 

 

 

 

 

This Personal Information Collection Statement is made in accordance with the applicable laws in Hong Kong, including the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (“PDPO”), in collecting, holding, processing or using your personal data. We, Franklin Templeton Investments (“FTI”), respect your privacy and value the trust you place in us when you share your personal information with us.

 

 

 

Type of information to be collected

 

 

 

In order to be considered for employment, you will be asked to provide us with personal information. Examples of the type of information we may collect include your name, ID and/or passport copy, address, contact details, resume, education background, employment history and salary details.

 

 

 

If you choose not to provide any of the information requested, we may be unable to send you information, fully process your application or properly consider you for employment.

 

 

 

When providing us with the information, you represent that such information is accurate, complete, up to date and true and is supplied for the sole purpose of seeking employment.

 

  

 

Purpose of Collection

 

 

 

The personal information (“Personal Data”) provided in your application and during the course of the recruitment process will be used by FTI, including Franklin Resources, Inc., One Franklin Parkway, San Mateo, California and/or its subsidiaries and associates which may be established outside Hong Kong, including India and the United States, for recruitment and other employment-related purposes, including (but not limited to): 

 
  • processing your application, including conducting pre-employment checks;
  • assessing and communicating with you in relation to your application;
  • obtaining references and conducting background screening/vetting;
  • monitoring and review of FTI’s recruitment practices;
  • advising you of other employment opportunities within FTI which may interest you; and
  • complying with any legal, regulatory or disclosure obligations or guidelines to which FTI is subject.

All Personal Data provided will be handled in accordance with the PDPO.  Your Personal Data may be provided to other organizations or agencies authorized to process the information for purposes relating to recruitment by and possibly employment with FTI, including (but not limited to) qualifications assessment; employer reference; and integrity checking, as may be necessary.
 

If your application is successful, additional Personal Data may be collected from you during the period of your employment with FTI. Your Personal Data may be used for the purposes of your employment, including (but not limited to): 

  • obtaining references and conducting background screening/vetting;
  • determining your salary, incentives, bonuses and other benefits;
  • consideration of eligibility for, and administration of, employment-related benefits and entitlements;
  • applying for any travel permit, work visa or any employment-related license;
  • consideration for promotion, training, secondment or transfer;
  • monitoring compliance with the internal rules and policies of FTI; and  
  • complying with any legal, regulatory or disclosure obligations or guidelines to which FTI is subject.

Transfer and Disclosure of Personal Data

 

For the purpose of evaluating your application, we may share your Personal Data with: 

  • any entity within FTI;
  • our agents, contractors, service providers, professional advisors, insurers or other third parties providing administrative, telecommunications, computer, human resources management or administration services (including but not limited to performance of pre-employment or background check, provision or administration of benefits and employment-related services) or any other services to FTI;  
  • referees for the purpose of obtaining references in respect of your proposed employment with us, but only with your consent;
  • persons seeking employee references in respect of employees with the prescribed consent of the employee concerned in accordance with Section 2(3) of the PDPO;
  • any person under a duty of confidentiality to us which has undertaken to keep such information confidential; 
  • any person to whom we are under an obligation to make disclosure under any applicable legal, regulatory or disclosure requirement or guideline; an
  • any actual or proposed purchaser of all or part of the business of FTI or, in the case of any merger, acquisition or other public offering, the purchaser or subscriber for shares in FTI.

We may also disclose your Personal Data when legally required or to governmental, fiscal or regulatory authorities (for example, to tax authorities in order to calculate your appropriate taxation, compensation or salary payments).

 

The Personal Data you provide may be transmitted within or outside of Hong Kong, such as to the United States, the country where FTI’s head office is located, and to FTI’s service providers, including (but not limited to) Taleo Corporation, Oracle Corporation, Workday, Inc. and Synygy Ltd., which may store and/or process the Personal Data on behalf of FTI. We may also transfer, use or store your Personal Data in any country where we have an office or other premises or otherwise conduct business. Please note that the data protection laws of such countries may not offer a similar level of protection as the one deriving from the PDPO.

 

Retention of Data 

 

You understand and agree that, if your application is not successful, FTI may retain your Personal Data for a maximum period of 2 years from the date of your being informed that your application is unsuccessful and that the data may be retained for a longer period if there is a subsisting reason that obliges us to do so, and we may refer your application to other vacancies within FTI.

 

You also understand and agree that, should you be employed by FTI, we may retain your personal data for a maximum period of 7 years from the date when your employment with us ceases, provided that the data may be retained for a longer period if there is a subsisting reason that obliges us to do so, or the data is necessary for FTI to fulfill its contractual, legal or regulatory obligations.

 

Access to Data

 

You have the right: (1) to ascertain whether your Personal Data is being held by us; (2) to request access to your Personal Data; (3) to request correction of your Personal Data that is held by us; (4) to request for a copy of your Personal Data (if any) that is held by us; and (5) to request for information on our group policies and practices in relation to personal data.

 

We may charge a reasonable fee for processing of any data access requests.

 

Any enquires regarding the Personal Data provided, or requests for access to or correction of Personal Data after submission of your application, or withdrawal of your application, should be addressed in writing to:

 

Human Resources Department

Franklin Templeton Investments (Asia) Limited (富蘭克林鄧普頓投資(亞洲)有限公司)

17/F, Chater House, 8 Connaught Road, Central, Hong Kong.

 

Nothing in this statement shall limit your rights under the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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India

 

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Data Protection Statement

Country: Hungary

Language: English

 

Employees and Candidates 

Privacy & Cookies Notice

Version 2.0


HOW WE USE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION


At Franklin Templeton, we care about your privacy and value the trust you place in us when you share your personal information.

Accordingly, we wanted to let you know how we deal with the personal information you give us or is given to us by a third party.The aim of this Notice is to explain to you - as Data Subject - what kind of personal information we gather on you, why and how we process it as data controller. Data protection laws changed on 25th of May 2018, with the implementation of the EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). This Notice sets out your rights with regard to this EU regulation.

From time to time, we may update this Notice, and any new version will be available on MyFTI. We recommend you regularly review it to ensure that you are always aware of our privacy practices.

Our privacy commitments to you:
• We will keep your data safe and private
• We will ensure that you can exercise your rights
• We will train FTI employees to properly manage your personal information.

1. To whose personal information does this Notice apply?

This Notice describes our practices when using:


i) the personal information of employees based in the European Economic Area (EEA) or employees outside the EEA to whom our EEA group companies offer services;
ii) the personal information of candidates either based in the EEA or those based outside EEA applying to an offer from an EEA located FTI group company.

2. What personal information are we collecting and why? 

Data Protection laws say that we are allowed to use personal information (including sharing such information with third parties) where we have an acceptable reason to do so.

Accordingly, we must have one or more of the following reasons:
• To fulfil a contract we have with you;
• When it is our legal duty;
• When it is in our legitimate interest*;
• When you consent to it.

(*) Our legitimate interest is when we have a business or commercial reason to use the information. However, it must not unfairly go against what is right and best for you (more details are available upon request).

In general, we may collect the following types of personal information you give us or through our third parties:
• Information relating to you;
• Information relating to your family;
• Information relating to your use of our IT;
• Communications in the workplace and other information relating to your employment with us.

Depending on your Data Subject profile the reasons for processing your personal information may be different. Further information for each Data Subject profile can be found in section 8.

We also collect and use personal information about employees through Our Websites, and Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites such as Twitter and LinkedIn, and you can refer to section 9 for more information.

3. What are your Rights?

Individuals have the following rights, under certain circumstances, in relation to their personal information:
• Right to access personal information
• Right to rectify personal information
• Right to restrict the use of personal information
• Right to request that personal information is erased
• Right to object to processing of personal information
• Right to data portability (in certain specific circumstances)
• Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.

If you - as an individual - wish to exercise these rights, you can download an Individual Rights Request form which is available at www.franklintempletonglobal.com/rights-request-form.pdf, or contact us through the address referred to in Appendix 1 of this Notice.

A summary of each right and how you can take steps to exercise it is set out below.

Where we receive a request to exercise one of these rights, we shall provide information on the action we take on the request without undue delay and in any event within one month of receipt of the request. This may be extended by a further two months in certain circumstances, for example where requests are complex or numerous.

The information will be provided free of charge, except where requests are manifestly unfounded or excessive, in particular because of their repetitive character. In these circumstances we may charge a reasonable fee or may refuse to act on the request. We will advise you of any fees prior to proceeding with a request.

We may ask for additional information to verify your identity before carrying out a request, if we consider this information insufficient we reserve the right to reject your request.

Where we do not carry out a request, we shall inform you without delay and within one month of receipt of the request, providing our reasons for not taking the action requested.

Right to access personal information

Individuals have the right to confirm the following with us:
• Whether or not we process personal information about them
• Certain specified information about the processing

Individuals also have a right to access the personal information and be provided with a copy.

Right to restrict processing of personal information
Individuals have the right to request that we restrict processing of their personal information where one of the following applies:
• An individual contests the accuracy of the personal information. The restriction will apply until we have taken steps to verify the accuracy of the personal information;
• The processing is unlawful but an individual does not want the personal information to be erased and requests restriction instead;
• We no longer require the personal information for the purposes of processing, but it is still required by an individual in connection with a legal claim;
• An individual has exercised their right to object to the processing. The restriction will apply until we have taken steps to verify whether we have compelling legitimate grounds to continue processing.

Right to object to processing of personal information
Where personal information is used to target marketing to an individual, they have the right to object to this at any stage.

An individual also has the right to object to processing of their personal information where the legal basis of the processing is in our legitimate interests. We will have to stop processing until we are able to verify that we have compelling legitimate grounds for processing which override the individual’s interests, rights and freedoms, or alternatively that we need to continue processing for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

Right to rectification of personal information
If an individual believes that the personal information we hold on them is inaccurate, they may request that it be amended. They may also request that incomplete personal information be completed, including by providing a written confirmation.

Right to request erasure of personal information (“right to be forgotten”)
An individual may also request the erasure of their personal information in certain circumstances, including the following (this is not an exhaustive list):
• The personal information is no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed;
• The processing was based on consent which has been withdrawn and there is no other legal basis for processing;
• The individual has exercised their right to object to the processing and there are no overriding legitimate grounds for the processing to continue.

There are also certain exceptions where we may refuse a request for erasure, for example, where the personal information is required to comply with a legal obligation or for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

If an individual does request erasure of their personal information, this will potentially remove records which we hold for their benefit, such as their presence on a suppression list and they will have to contact us to provide personal information if they wish for us to hold this in future.

Right to Data Portability
Where we are relying upon the legal basis either of consent or that the processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which an individual is a party, and that personal information is processed by automatic means (e.g. electronically), an individual has the right to receive all the personal information which they have provided to us in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and to transmit this to another controller directly, where this is technically feasible.

Supervisory Authority
An individual also has a right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the Member State in the European Union where they are habitually resident, where they work or where an alleged infringement of Data Protection laws has taken place.

4. Marketing Communications
If you are an employee or candidate covered by this Notice, we will keep you up-to-date with details of our job vacancies by email using the information that you may have supplied to us. When required by regulation and/or law, we will obtain the proper consent to use your contact details, including your email addresses. In any case, you can change your preferences in regard to such marketing communications by contacting us.

Additionally, we will ensure that any third party assisting us in marketing our job vacancies and related services are under contractual obligations to protect the confidentiality of your personal information, and will use it only to provide services we have instructed them to perform.

5. International transfers & data sharing
The information we collect from you may be transferred to, and stored, outside the EEA (including for example to a company within the FTI Group in the United States and its third-party suppliers outside the EEA) and may also be processed by people operating outside the EEA who work for us or one of our suppliers.

The countries that we transfer data to outside of the EEA include: Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and the United States.

Some of these countries may not have the equivalent level of data protection laws as those in your location. If we need to transfer personal data outside the EEA, we will take steps to make sure your personal information is protected and safeguarded once it leaves the EEA, in particular, we will use the EU Data Protection Model Clauses approved by the European Commission and permitted under Article 46 of the GDPR. If you would like to obtain the details of such safeguards, you can request these from the Data Protection Officer.

6. Retention Periods
We will retain your personal information covered by this Notice:
• For employees - for the period of your employment and for a reasonable period thereafter in accordance with local retention periods which is also reflected in FTI Europe Record Retention Policy;
• For candidates - We keep your personal information for as long as is necessary in connection with the purposes identified below, and for a reasonable period thereafter, in accordance with local retention periods, which is also reflected in FTI’s European Record Retention Policy.

In certain circumstances, data may need to be retained for a longer period of time, for example, where we are in ongoing correspondence or there is a continuing claim or investigation.

Our web logs are kept for 60 days to support investigation and reporting of any attempted security breaches on Our Websites.

7. Confidentiality and Security
We have implemented reasonable technical and organisational measures designed to secure personal information from accidental loss and unauthorised access, use, alteration or disclosure. FTI employees are required to follow specific procedures with respect to maintaining the confidentiality of our investors’ personal information. Additionally, we maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to protect the personal information that we process. This includes performing ongoing evaluations of our systems containing investor information and making changes when appropriate.

However, about information transmitted via the Internet, the Internet is an open system and we cannot and do not guarantee or warrant the security of any information that an individual transmits on or through Our Website or that we otherwise maintain, although Our Website uses the secure file transfer protocol where appropriate.

8. Data Subjects type details

Employees

Information that we collect about you

We collect information in relation to your employment with us. It is either provided by you, created by us (or on our behalf) in connection with your employment, or obtained from third parties such as referees or recruitment agencies. This information includes:


• Information relating to you, including:
○ personal details such as name, gender, date of birth;
○ contact details including address, telephone number, email address;
○ hobbies;
○ Curriculum vitae, application form, expertise, education, training and career management details;
○ logistical details of current employment, such as role and location;
○ financial details of employment, including salary, pension and benefits and bank account;
○ details of previous employment;
○ immigration status (passport details) and copy of your work permit (for foreign employees);
○ details of training, appraisals, recruitment and leaving information, grievances, disciplinary investigations and outcomes (including alleged or actual breaches of policies and procedures and whistle-blower reports), sickness, absence and health and safety records;
○ driver’s licence if you travel in connection with your employment;
○ trade union membership but only with consent or if otherwise authorised under applicable law;
○ survey information, such as your views about working for us and diversity information, as further described below;
○ where you have access to FTI premises, CCTV recordings may be collected for the legitimate interests of Franklin Templeton in accordance with local law (subject to your consent in some jurisdictions)
○ where you have access to premises or systems storing investor information, your fingerprints or other biometric data if you provide your consent. Your name and likeness as well as the photographs, videos and/or audiovisual recordings for publicity release purposes subject to your consent and permission;


• Information relating to your family, including:
○ family or other contact details (for emergency contact purposes);
○ number and identity of dependents and spouse or partner (if any); and
○ beneficiary information, including name and contact details of beneficiaries of benefits for employees and their families; hobbies.


• Information relating to your use of our IT: including:
○ monitoring your use of FTI’s IT systems including email, internet systems, computers, telephone systems and mobile devices by IT staff and automated systems; and
○ in some cases, monitoring and access to the content of your emails, telephone calls and other content stored on any FTI device.


• Communications in the workplace and other information relating to your employment with us: including:
○ emails, skype communications, telephone calls and letters;
○ business travel.


In some circumstances it will be necessary for you to provide the personal data to us. We will make it clear if and when this situation arises. This need will arise where there is a requirement under law for us to obtain certain information from you or where it is necessary to obtain certain information from you because of a requirement under your contract. Where you fail to provide the necessary information, this may result in us being required to terminate your contract of employment.

IT Systems Monitoring
Monitoring of FTI’s IT Systems will always be performed, and authorised, in accordance with FTI’s Information Security Policy. You can access a copy of FTI’s Information Security Policy from our intranet site or by contacting us.

Diversity Monitoring
During the course of your employment, when conducting surveys, we may ask for your consent to collect information about you in accordance with our diversity policy. These surveys help us to understand our staff demographic better, target our initiatives to employees more effectively and send out a strong and positive signal that diversity and inclusion are important to FTI. The types of information which we may collect include: age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability status and ethnicity. You may withdraw consent at any time by contacting the Data Protection Officer. This information will only be used by us and Franklin Resources Inc., in accordance with local law, and subject to your consent within your local jurisdiction, and in connection with our and the FTI Group’s Diversity and Inclusion policy and to analyse workforce diversity. We will not disclose it to your line manager / business unit and we will not use it to make decisions about your employment relationship with us.

How we use your information
We use the information we collect from you for the purposes of:
• performing our obligations, or exercising our rights, under our employment contract with you;
• performing a legal obligation to which we are subject; and
• our legitimate interests which will only apply where we consider that the legitimate interest is not overridden by your interests or rights which require protection of your data, such as the administration and management of your employment with us, including the following purposes:
○ for facilitating Human Resources (HR) management functions (for example, recruitment, career development, performance management, talent management and grievance management);
○ for employee administration and operational purposes (for example, in relation to absences, pay, benefits and HR records);
○ for verifying compliance with our policies and procedures;
○ for marketing and other business promotion activities;
○ for backup purposes to facilitate business continuity;
○ for compliance with any contractual, legal or regulatory obligations;
○ detection or prevention of any inappropriate behaviour or breach of the FTI policies;

○ monitoring your use of FTI’s electronic communications and information technology systems including access to the internet, email and use of telephone systems and may include access to the content of those communications in accordance with FTI’s Information Security Policy;
○ ensuring only authorised users have access to our premises or IT systems storing confidential investor information; and
○ business management and other legitimate business purposes.

Information that we share
We will disclose personal information of employees as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2.

If you require further information regarding Franklin Templeton sharing your personal data with third party recipients, you may contact the Data Protection Officer.

Candidates

Information that we collect about you

We collect information in relation to your application with us. It is either provided by you or obtained from third parties such as referees or recruitment agencies. This information includes:
• Information relating to you, including:
○ personal details such as name, gender, date of birth;
○ contact details including address, telephone number, email address;
○ hobbies;
○ Curriculum vitae, expertise, education, training and career management details;
○ logistical details of current employment, such as role and location;
○ financial details of employment, including salary, pension and benefits and bank account;
○ details of previous employment;
○ immigration status (passport details) and copy of your work permit (for foreign candidates);
○ where you access our premises, CCTV recordings may be collected for the legitimate interests of Franklin Templeton in accordance with local law (subject to your consent in some jurisdictions)

Diversity Monitoring
During the course of your employment application, when conducting surveys, we may ask for your consent to collect information about you in accordance with our diversity policy. These surveys help us to understand our staff demographic better, target our initiatives to employees more effectively and send out a strong and positive signal that diversity and inclusion are important to FTI. The types of information which we may collect include: age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability status and ethnicity. You may withdraw consent at any time by contacting the Data Protection Officer. This information will only be used by us and Franklin Resources Inc., in accordance with local law, and subject to your consent within your local jurisdiction, and in connection with our and the FTI Group’s Diversity and Inclusion policy and to analyse workforce diversity. We will not disclose it to your line manager / business unit and we will not use it to make decisions about your employment relationship with us.


How we use your information
We use the information we collect from you for the purposes of:
• our legitimate interests which will only apply where we consider that the legitimate interest is not overridden by your interests or rights which require protection of your data, such as the administration and management of your application with us, including the following purposes:
○ for facilitating recruitment;
○ for administration and operational purposes (for example, in relation to pay, benefits and personnel records);
○ for verifying compliance with our policies and procedures;
○ ensuring only authorised users have access to our premises or IT systems storing confidential investor information; and
○ business management and other legitimate business purposes.

Information that we share
We will disclose personal information of candidates as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2.

If you require further information regarding Franklin Templeton sharing your personal data with third party recipients, you may contact the Data Protection Officer.

9. Web-related collection of personal information 

Information we collect about users of Our Website and social media sites


We collect personal information about users through Our Website, and Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites such as Twitter and LinkedIn, including the following:
• Information users provide when they enter information on Our Website, such as when submitting a “Contact Us” message (such as name, email address, salutation);
• Information users provide when they subscribe to email newsletters, press releases or other periodicals through Our Website (such as name, email address, salutation, investor type and country of residence);
• Information users provide when posting content on social media sites;
• Information users provide in their social media bio;
• Information users provide when they respond to a survey or marketing communication, such as their opinions about our services and information about themselves (such as age range, services used, how they know us, their opinions of our services);
• Information users provide when they register for an online account through Our Website (such as name, email address, address, date of birth, unique identification numbers (e.g. client reference number, social security number). The decision to provide this information is optional. However, if the user decides not to provide such information, they may not be able to access certain content or features available on or through Our Website;
• Information captured in our web logs such as device information (e.g. device brand and model, screen dimensions), unique identification numbers (e.g. IP address and device ID), and browser information (e.g. URL, browser type, pages visited, date/time of access);
• Information captured by our cookies (see ‘Cookies, Tags and Similar Technologies’ section below);
• Advertising information (such as size/type of ad, ad impressions, location/format of ad, data about interactions with the ad);
• Behavioural information (such as information on the behaviour or presumed interests of individuals which are linked to those individuals and may be used to create a user profile); and
• Information users provide in connection with purchasing items from Our Website shops (such as name, payment card information, and billing and delivery address and purchase details).

Our Websites and online services are for individuals who are at least 18 years of age. Our online services are not designed to be used by minors under the age of 18.


In certain circumstances, where a website user does not provide personal information which is required (for example, in relation to our online services), we will not be able to perform our obligations under the contract with them or may not be able to provide them with products and services. We will make it clear if and when this situation arises and what the consequences of not providing the information will be for the website user.

How we use website and social media users’ information
We use the personal information we collect from Our Website users and individuals accessing Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites for the purposes of:
• personalizing their experience of Our Website;
• monitoring social media content to manage relations with our customers and promote our business and brand;
• if there is an interaction on a social media site with a third party social media user that we consider that we should react on, passing a link to the content and third party’s profile to the department of interest;
• providing products and services that website users have requested;
• administering the website, investigating any complaints and providing customer service;
• providing website users and individuals accessing our web pages on social media sites with information and offers on products or services that may be of interest to them (see section above on Marketing Communications); and
• performing statistical and trend analysis to improve the user experience and performance of Our Website.

Please see below as regards information we collect through cookies and other tracking technologies.
We justify our processing on the following legal bases:
• consent to receiving our marketing communications (see section on Marketing Communications), where applicable. In the event that an individual wishes to withdraw their consent they will have an option to “Unsubscribe” or may contact the Data Protection Officer;
• performing our obligations under our contracts with users buying goods and services from our Webshop or registering online to receive our services or using our online services (subject to our separate terms and conditions of supply);
• compliance with the law or regulatory requirements; and
• pursuing our legitimate interests. A legitimate interest will apply only where we consider that it is not overridden by a website or social media user’s interests or rights which require protection of their personal information.

We have determined that our legitimate interests include the following:
○ Promoting our products, services and Funds through Our Website and other communications;
○ Monitoring, investigating and reporting any attempts to breach the security of Our Websites;
○ Improving the performance and user experience of Our Website;
○ Performing our obligations under our contracts with our users;
○ Managing our business and brand by monitoring our public profile and responding promptly to complaints;
○ Improving the security, performance and user experience of Our Website;
○ Targeting personalised marketing to website and social media users for the legitimate purposes of promoting our business and our brand.

If a website user or individual accessing our web pages on social media sites requires further information regarding our legitimate interests as applied to their personal information, they may contact the Data Protection Officer.

Survey Information: Occasionally we may ask users to participate in a brief survey to help us make smart choices as we look for ways to improve Our Website. Information users provide in response to such surveys will not be identified with them unless they consent.

Recipients of website and social media user data
We may disclose personal information of website and social media users as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2. 


External Links
Our Website may contain links to online websites or content operated and maintained by third parties, over which we have no control. Please consult the privacy policies of these third-party sites to become familiar with their privacy practices and to learn about any choices that these companies may offer you with respect to your personal information.

10. Cookies, tags and similar technologies
A cookie is a small text file which includes a unique identifier that is sent by a web server to the browser on your computer, mobile phone or any other internet enabled device when you visit an on-line site. Cookies and similar technologies are widely used to make websites work efficiently and to collect information about your online preferences. For simplicity, we refer to all these technologies as “cookies”.

Some of Our Website pages may contain electronic images known as web beacons (also known as clear gifs, tags or pixels) that allow us to count users who have visited our pages. Web beacons collect only limited information, e.g. a cookie number, time and date of a page view, and a description of the page on which the web beacon resides. We may also carry web beacons placed by third party advertisers. These beacons do not carry any information that could directly identify you.

How do we use cookies?
We use cookies and other tracking technologies to customise content and advertising, provide social media features and to see how our visitors move through Our Website. We use this information to make decisions about ways to improve the services we offer you.

We may engage third party tracking and advertising providers such as those named below to act on our behalf to track and analyse your usage of Our Website through the use of cookies. These third parties collect, and share with us, usage information about visits to Our Website and, sometimes by correlating this information with other information (e.g. your IP address), measure and research the effectiveness of our advertisements, track page usage, help us target our recommendations and advertising, and track use of our recommendations and advertisements.

Cookies and types of cookies we use
You can find more information about cookies and the types of cookies we use on our websites in the cookie register which can be found at: http://franklintempletonglobal.com/privacy/cookie-register.page.

Contact our Data Protection Officer at the address referred to in Appendix 1 of this Notice if you would like a hard copy of this register, or you have any specific queries regarding the cookies which are deployed on Our Website.

You can find more information about cookies, behavioural advertising and online privacy at www.allaboutcookies.org or www.youronlinechoices.com.

How do I reject cookies?
If you do not want to be tracked by Google Analytics cookies you can opt-out by installing a browser plug-in here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/.

If you do not want to be tracked by Marketo cookies you can opt-out by clicking the link here: http://www.franklintempletonglobal.com/marketo-optout.page?marketo_opt_ out=true

If you do not want to receive any cookies from our emails then do not download any images or click any links when you open the email. You may first have to disable automatic downloading of images on your email client.

At any time, you can prevent cookies from being set on your browser. For instructions on how to block, delete or disable cookies, please consult your browser’s ‘Help’ or ‘Support’ section. Please note that by deleting our cookies or disabling future cookies you may not be able to access certain areas or features of Our Website. Please also note that you cannot disable web beacons (clear gifs, pixels, tags) but these typically work in conjunction with other cookies and so will become largely ineffective if you disable cookies in your browser settings.

Please consult the following links for information on cookie management and blocking according to your browser:
Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/internet-explorer/delete- manage-cookies#ie=ie-11.
Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable- cookies-website-preferences
Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en Safari: https://support.apple.com/kb/PH19214?locale=en_GB

You can also find more information and manage cookie storage at https://www.aboutcookies.org/ and www.youronlinechoices.eu.

APPENDIX 1
FRANKLIN TEMPLETON GROUP COMPANIES & FUNDS


Franklin Templeton and all its group companies have access to information on individuals covered by this Notice. However, only appropriate data controllers have access to relevant employees and candidates data. Franklin Templeton Funds and their Management Companies act as joint-controller unless local jurisdiction states it differently.

Below our most impacted fund group companies and funds are noted. For a full list, please visit: www.franklintempletonglobal.com/privacy/fund-entities

How to Contact Us
If an individual wishes to exercise their individual rights, or to raise any questions, concerns or complaints concerning this Notice or on our privacy practices, they can contact us at the relevant address for their country listed below. The individual should address the envelope as follows: “FAO Data Protection Officer”.

Alternatively, our Data Protection Officer can be contacted directly at:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l.
8A, rue Albert Borschette 

L-1246 Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Email Address: DataProtectionOfficer@franklintempleton.com


Franklin Templeton Group Companies

AUSTRIA:
Franklin Templeton Austria GmbH 

Universitätsring 10
4th Floor, 1010 Vienna, Austria

BELGIUM:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l., Belgian Branch 

28 avenue Marnix
1000 Brussels, Belgium

FRANCE:
Franklin Templeton France SA 

20 Rue de la Paix
75002 Paris, France

GERMANY:
Franklin Templeton Investment Services GmbH
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited, German Branch

Mainzer Landstr. 16
D-60325 Frankfurt am Main. Germany

HUNGARY:
Franklin Templeton Magyarország Kft. 

1051 Budapest
Sas utca 10-12, 

Hungary

IRELAND:
Franklin Floating Rate Fund Plc (FFRF)
Franklin Emerging Market Debt Opportunities Fund (FTEMDOF)

JPMorgan House
International Financial Services Centre 

Dublin 1, Ireland

Franklin Liberty Shares ICAV (Irish ETF) 


78 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay
Dublin 2, Ireland

ITALY:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l., Italian Branch 

C.so Italia, n.1
20122 Milano, Italy

LUXEMBOURG:
Franklin Templeton Management Luxembourg S.A. 

Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l. 

Franklin Templeton Investment Funds (FTIF)
Franklin Templeton Series II Funds (FTSIIF) 

Franklin Templeton Sharia Funds (FTSF)
Franklin Templeton Specialized Investment Funds (FTSIF) 

Franklin Templeton Opportunities Fund (FTOF)
Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIIB SCSP
FTAIF-TSEMF V - Templeton Strategic Emerging Markets Fund V (private equity)

8A, rue Albert Borschette 

L-1246 Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

NETHERLANDS:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

World Trade Center Amsterdam
H-toren, 5e verdieping Zuidplein 36 

1077 XV Amsterdam, Netherlands

POLAND:
Templeton Asset Management (Poland) 

Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych S.A. 

Franklin Templeton Investments Poland Sp. z o.o. 

Franklin Templeton Fundusz Inwestycyjny Otwarty

Rondo ONZ 1, 29th Floor 

00-124 Warsaw, Poland

ROMANIA:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Ltd UK 

Fondul Proprietatea

Premium Point
78-80 Buzesti, 08th floor, District 1, Bucharest, Romania

SLOVAKIA:
Franklin Templeton Slovakia, s.r.o. 

Regus Business Centre, Karadzicova 8/A 

821 08 Bratislava, Slovakia

SPAIN:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

Calle Jose Ortega y Gasset, 29–5a planta
28006 Madrid, Spain

SWEDEN:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

Blasieholmsgatan 5
SE-111 48 Stockholm, Sweden

UNITED KINGDOM:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

Franklin Templeton Global Investors Limited 

Franklin Templeton Fund Management Limited 

Franklin Templeton Funds (OEIC)
Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust (TEMIT)

Cannon Place, 78 Cannon Street 

London EC4N 6HL, United Kingdom

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:
Templeton Growth Fund (TGF) Inc – Fund

P.O. Box 33030 

St. Petersburg, Florida 33733-8030, USA


Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund, L.P (Series B/C) 

Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIB, L.P. (TBC)

Corporation Trust Center, 1
209 Orange Street, County of New Castle 

Wilmington
Delaware 19801




APPENDIX 2
THIRD PARTY AND OTHER RECIPIENTS CATEGORIES


Employees Candidates
• Account Processing System suppliers
• Benefits and Pension Providers
• Business Contact database administrators
• Cloud-based solution providers
• Courts
• Document Archive, Storage and Destruction Suppliers
• Events Management Providers
• IT Systems Suppliers
• Payroll Providers
• Print Services Suppliers
• Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers
• Regulators
• Security or Police Authorities
• Social Media Providers
• Tax Authorities

• Account Processing System suppliers
• Business Contact database administrators
• Courts
• Events Management Providers
• Payroll Providers
• Print Services Suppliers
• Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers
• Recruitment Providers
• Regulators
• Security or Police Authorities
• Social Media Providers
• Tax Authorities




What these Third Parties do

Account Processing System suppliers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to service or maintain business contact databases, and systems processing account information, such as suppliers systems supporting Our Website.

Benefits and Pension Providers - Third parties who provide services or benefits on FT’s behalf, for employees.

Business Contact database administrators - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to service or maintain business contact databases, and systems processing account information, such as suppliers systems supporting FT’s Website(s).

Cloud-based solution providers - Third parties who provide cloud-based solutions such as Translations services, and Training solutions.

Courts - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Document Archive, Storage and Destruction Suppliers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to provide document archive and storage services.

Events Management Providers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to plan, organise and facilitate events.

IT Systems Suppliers - Third parties who provide technical services specifically for IT systems.

Payroll Providers - Third parties who provide services on FT’s behalf, for employees.

Print Services Suppliers - Third parties who provide technical services specifically for print services.

Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers - Third parties who provide services to Franklin Templeton group companies, such as its professional advisers (e.g. auditors and lawyers).

Recruitment Providers - Third parties who provide recruitment services on FT’s behalf.

Regulators - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Security or Police Authorities - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Social Media Providers - Social Media providers supporting Franklin Templeton web pages, such as Twitter and LinkedIn.

Tax Authorities - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

 


 

 

 

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Data Protection Statement

Country: Hungary

Language: Hungarian

 

Alkalmazottak épályázók magánszférájával és a Süti-kkel kapcsolatos Közlemény 

2.0 Verzió


HOGYAN HASZNÁLJUK FEL SZEMÉLYES INFORMÁCIÓIT?


A Franklin Templeton-nál („Mi”) tiszteljük az Ön magánszféráját, és nagyra értékeljük, hogy megbízik bennünk, amikor személyes információkat oszt meg velünk.


Ennek megfelelően tudatni akartuk Önnel, hogy személyes információit, melyeket megad nekünk, vagy harmadik féltől megkapunk Önről, hogyan kezeljük. E Közlemény célja, hogy elmagyarázzuk Önnek, mint adatalanynak, hogy milyen fajta személyes információkat gyűjtünk Önről, és adatkezelőként hogyan dolgozzuk fel ezeket. Az adatvédelmi jogszabályok 2018. május 25-én megváltoztak, és az EU GDPR (Általános Adatvédelmi Szabályozás) ekkor lépett életbe. A Közlemény az Ön jogait határozza meg az EU szabályozással összefüggésben.

Ezt a tájékoztatást időről időre megváltoztathatjuk, és az új változatot az MyFTI-n tesszük közzé. Azt javasoljuk, hogy rendszeresen látogasson el erre az oldalra, hogy mindig tisztában legyen a személyes információkat érintő gyakorlatunkkal.

Adatvédelmi elkötelezettségünk Ön felé:
• Az Önről szóló információt biztonságosan és elzárva tartjuk
• Biztosítjuk jogai gyakorlását
• Az FTI alkalmazottait megfelelően felkészítjük személyes adatai kezelésére

1. Kinek a személyes adataira vonatkozik ez a Közlemény?
Ez a közlemény azt a gyakorlatunkat írja le, amikor a következőket használjuk:
i) azon alkalmazottak adatai, akik az Európai Gazdasági Térségben (EEA) laknak, vagy olyan alkalmazottak, akik az EEA-n kívül élnek, de csoportunk cégei szolgáltatnak nekik;
ii) azon pályázók adatai, akik vagy az Európai Gazdasági Térségben (EEA) laknak, vagy olyan pályázók, akik az EEA-n kívül élnek, de egy az EEA-ben található FTI csoportcégtől kapnak ajánlatot.

2. Milyen személyes információkat gyűjtünk és miért? 

Az adatvédelmi törvények kimondják, hogy használhatjuk személyes információit (beleértve ebbe az ilyen információk harmadik féllel való
megosztását is), ha erre elfogadható indokunk van.

Ennek megfelelően, a következő indokok közül legalább egynek fenn kell állnia:
• Önnel való szerződés teljesítése;
• Amikor ez jogi kötelezettségünk;
• Amikor ez jogos érdekünk*;
• Amikor Ön beleegyezik.

(*) Jogos érdekünk, amikor üzleti vagy kereskedelmi indokunk van az információ használatára. Azonban ennek nem szabad tisztességtelenül szembe mennie azzal, hogy Önnek mi a helyes és a legjobb (kérésére részletesebb tájékoztatást adunk).

Általánosságban a következő fajta személyes információkat gyűjthetjük Önről úgy, hogy ezeket vagy Öntől, vagy egy harmadik féltől kapjuk:
• IInformáció Önről:
• Családjára vonatkozó információ;
• Számítógéphasználati információ Önről;
• Kommunikáció a munkahelyen és egyéb nálunk történő alkalmazásával kapcsolatos információ.

Az Ön adatalanyi profiljától függően a személyes információk feldolgozásának okai különfélék lehetnek. Az egyes adatalanyi profilok további információit a 8. szekcióban találja.

Az alkalmazottakról személyes információkat gyűjtünk és használunk honlapjainkon keresztül, illetve a Franklin Templeton honlapjain és társadalmi média oldalain, pl. a Twitteren és a LinkedIn-en keresztül. Több információval kapcsolatban kérjük olvassa el a 9. szekciót.

3. Melyek az Ön jogai?
A magánszemélyeknek a következő jogaik vannak, bizonyos körülmények esetén, személyes információikkal kapcsolatban:
• Személyes adatokhoz való hozzáférés joga
• Személyes adatok javításának joga
• Személyes adatok használatának korlátozási joga
• Személyes adatok töröltetésének joga
• Személyes adatok feldolgozása ellen tiltakozás joga
• Adatok hordozhatóságának joga (bizonyos különleges körülmények esetén)
• A felügyelő hatósághoz panasz benyújtásának joga.

Ha Ön magánszemélyként gyakorolni kívánja ezeket a jogokat, akkor letöltheti az Egyéni Jogok Kérőlapját, mely megtalálható a www.franklintempletonglobal.com/egyeni-jogok-kerolapja.pdf honlapon, vagy vegye fel velünk a kapcsolatot a Közlemény 1. függelékében jelzett címen.

Minden jog, és azok gyakorlási módjának összefoglalója alul megtalálható.

Ha egy ilyen jog gyakorlására vonatkozó kérés érkezik hozzánk, a kérésre tett lépésekről indokolatlan késedelem nélkül tájékoztatni fogjuk Önt, és a kérés beérkezésétől számított egy hónapon belül minden esetben válaszolunk. Ez bizonyos körülmények esetén újabb két hónappal meghosszabbítható, ha például a kérés összetett, vagy több kérés érkezik egyszerre.

Az információszolgáltatás ingyenes, kivéve ha a kérések kimondottan megalapozatlanok, vagy túlzók, különösen ha ismétlődő jellegűek. Ilyen esetekben felszámíthatunk ésszerű díjat ezért, vagy a kérés teljesítését megtagadhatjuk. A díjakról még kérése teljesítését megelőzően tájékoztatjuk Önt.

Kérésének feldolgozása előtt további információt kérhetünk Öntől személyazonossága megállapítása érdekében, és ha a választ nem tartjuk kielégítőnek, fenntartjuk magunknak a jogot arra, hogy kérését visszautasítsuk..

Ha kérését nem teljesítjük, haladéktalanul, de legkésőbb a kérés beérkeztét követő egy hónapon belül tájékoztatni fogjuk Önt, és ehhez indoklást is fűzünk.

Személyes adatokhoz való hozzáférés joga
A magánszemélyeknek joguk van a következők megerősítésére nálunk:
• Feldolgozhatjuk-e a róluk szóló személyes információkat
• Bizonyos részletezett információ a feldolgozásról

A magánszemélyeknek ahhoz is joga van, hogy hozzáférjenek a személyes információhoz, és hogy abból egy példányt kapjanak.

Jog a személyes adatok feldolgozásának korlátozásához
A magánszemélyeknek joguk van ahhoz, hogy személyes információik feldolgozásának korlátozását kérjék, ha a következők közül az egyik fennáll:
• Egy magánszemély a személyes információ pontosságát vitatja. A korlátozás addig érvényes, amíg lépéseket teszünk azért, hogy megbizonyosodjunk a személyes információ pontosságáról;
• A feldolgozás törvénytelen, de a magánszemély nem a személyes információ törlését, hanem annak korlátozását kéri;
• Már nem kérjük a személyes információt a feldolgozás érdekében, de a magánszemély egy jogi kereset miatt még mindig igényli azt;

• Egy magánszemély élt a feldolgozás elleni tiltakozás jogával. A korlátozás addig lesz érvényben, amíg intézkedést hozunk annak ellenőrzésére, hogy van-e szükséges és jogszerű okunk a feldolgozás folytatására.

Személyes adatok feldolgozása elleni tiltakozás joga
Ha személyes adatokat arra használnak, hogy célzott marketinggel érjenek el valakit, az érintettnek joga van ezt bármikor visszautasítani.

A magánszemélynek joga van személyes adatai feldolgozása ellen tiltakozni, amennyiben a feldolgozás jogalapja jogos érdekünk. Addig fogjuk a feldolgozást felfüggeszteni, amíg képesek nem vagyunk igazolni, hogy olyan kényszerítő és jogos indokunk van a folytatásra, mely felülírja a magánszemély érdekeit, jogát és szabadságát, vagy pedig azért kell folytatnunk a feldolgozást, mert a jogi kereset megalapozása, foganatosítása vagy védelme miatt van erre szükség.

Személyes adatok javításának joga
Ha egy magánszemély úgy gondolja, hogy a róla nálunk nyilvántartott információ nem pontos, akkor kérheti ennek módosítását. Azt is lehet kérni, hogy a nem teljes személyes információt egészítsék ki, beleértve ebbe az írásbeli megerősítést is.

Személyes adatok törléséhez való jog (“az elfelejtés kérésének joga”)
A magánszemély azt is kérheti bizonyos körülmények között, hogy személyes adatait töröljék, beleértve ebbe a következőt (ez nem teljes lista):
• A személyes adatok már nem szükségesek arra a célra, melyre eredetileg gyűjtötték, vagy egyéb módon feldolgozták azokat;
• A feldolgozás olyan beleegyezésen alapult, melyet azóta visszavontak, és a feldolgozásra nincs más jogi alap;
• A magánszemély élt a feldolgozás ellenzéséhez fűződő jogával, és nincs más, ezt felülíró jogszerű ok a folytatásra.

Vannak bizonyos kivételek, amikor visszautasíthatjuk a törlés kérését. Például amikor a személyes adatokra szükség van a jogi kötelezettségeinknek való megfelelésre, vagy jogi kereset megalapozása, foganatosítása vagy védelme miatt van erre szükség.

Ha egy magánszemély személyes adatai törlését kéri, ez azt jelenti, hogy potenciálisan azok az adatai is törlődnek, melyeket javára tartottak nyilván, mint pl. hogy szerepel-e e-mailek felfüggesztési listáján. Az ilyen magánszemélynek személyes adatokat kell nekünk megadnia, ha a jövőben is szeretnék ezt fenntartani.

Adatok hordozhatóságának joga
Ha beleegyezés képezi a jogalapot, vagy az adatfeldolgozás szükséges egy olyan szerződés teljesítéséhez, melyben az egyik szerződő fél magánszemély, és ezt a személyes adatot automatikus eszközökkel (pl. elektronikusan) dolgozták fel, akkor a magánszemélynek joga van minden személyes adatot strukturált, általánosan ismert és gépileg olvasható formátumban megkapni, és ezt egy másik ellenőrző félnek közvetlenül eljuttatni, ahol ez technikailag megoldható.

Felügyelő Hatóság
A magánszemélynek joga van egy felügyelő hatóságnál panaszt tenni, különösen az Európai Uniónak abban a tagállamában, ahol életvitelszerűen lakik, dolgozik, vagy ahol az adatvédelmi törvények feltételezett megsértése megtörtént.

4. Marketingkommunikáció
Amennyiben Ön olyan alkalmazottunk vagy pályázónk, akit ez a Közlemény érint, megüresedő álláshelyeink részleteiről folyamatosan tájékoztatjuk Önt e-mailben, azt az információt használva, melyet Ön adott meg számunkra. Amennyiben a szabályozás és/vagy törvény ezt így írja elő, megfelelő hozzájárulását fogjuk kérni ahhoz, hogy kapcsolattartási adatait, beleértve ebbe e-mail címét is, használhassuk. Marketingkommunikációs választását bármikor megváltoztathatja, ha megkeres bennünket.

Ezen túlmenően biztosítjuk, hogy azok a harmadik felek, melyek megüresedő pozícióink marketingjében és az ehhez kapcsolódó szolgáltatásokban segítségünkre vannak, szerződéses kötelezettséget vállalnak arra, hogy az Ön személyes adatait megóvják, és azokat csak azoknak a szolgáltatásoknak teljesítésére használják fel, melyeket tőlük megrendeltünk..

5. Nemzetközi transzferek és adatmegosztás
Az Önről gyűjtött információt átadhatjuk az EEA-n kívülre is, és azt ott is tárolhatják (pl. az FTI Csoport egy az USA-ban lévő cégének és annak az EEA-n kívül harmadik félként tevékenykedő ügyfelének). Az információkat olyanok is feldolgozhatják, akik az EEA-n kívül nekünk vagy ügyfeleink egyikének dolgoznak.

A következő országok tartoznak azokhoz az EEA-n kívüli államokhoz, melyeknek adatokat adhatunk át: Argentína, Ausztrália, Bahamák, Kanada, Kína, Hong Kong, India, Japán, Dél-Korea, Malajzia, Szingapúr, Dél-Afrika, Svájc, Törökország, Egyesült Arab Emírségek és az USA.

Ezek az országok esetleg az Ön országával nem megegyező szintű jogszabályi adatvédelmet írnak elő. Ha adatait ki kell adjuk az EEA területéről, akkor mindent elkövetünk azért, hogy személyes adatait megvédjük, amikor azok az EEA-ból kikerülnek, különösen ideértve az Európai Bizottság által elfogadott Általános Adatvédelmi Szabályzat (GDPR) 46. cikke szerinti modellklauzula használatát személyes adatai védelme céljából. Ha további információkra van szüksége erről a védelemről, keresse fel adatvédelmi megbízottját.

6. Megtartási időszak
E Közlemény szerinti személyes információit megtartjuk:
• Alkalmazottaknak -Alkalmazásuk idején, valamint azt követően ésszerű ideig a helyi információmegtartási időszaknak megfelelően kezeljük, ahogyan azt az FTI Európai Adatinformációmegtartási Előírása is szabályozza;
• Pályázóknak-Személyes infomációit addig őrizzük, amíg az a fent említett célokkal kapcsolatban szükségesnek mutatkozik, illetve ezt követően ésszerű ideig a helyi információmegtartási időszaknak megfelelően kezeljük, ahogyan azt az FTI Európai Adatinformációmegtartási Előírása is szabályozza.

Bizonyos körülmények esetén az adatok megtartására hosszabb ideig is szükség lehet, például ha folyamatos levelezésben állunk, vagy per vagy vizsgálat van folyamatban.

Internetes jelszavakat 60 napig tárolunk a vizsgálatok megkönnyítésére, és honlapunk feltörési kísérleteinek jelentésére.

7. Bizalmas információk és biztonság
Ésszerű műszaki és szervezési intézkedéseket tettünk annak érdekében, hogy megakadályozzuk, hogy személyes adatai véletlenül, vagy engedély nélküli behatolás miatt felhasználásra kerüljenek, megváltozzanak, vagy nyilvánosakká váljanak. Az FTI alkalmazottak kötelesek a befektetőink nem publikus, személyes adatainak bizalmasságára vonatkozó meghatározott előírásokat betartani. Ezen túlmenően fizikai, elektronikus és előírásbeli akadályokkal is törekszünk az általunk feldolgozott személyes információk védelmére. Ide értendő, hogy befektetői információkat tartalmazó rendszereinket folyamatosan felülvizsgáljuk, és azokon szükség esetén változtatunk.

Azonban ami az információátadást illeti az interneten, az internet nyílt rendszer, ezért nem tudjuk biztosítani és nem is garantáljuk, hogy az Ön által leadott, vagy honlapunkon megadott információ, mely birtokunkba került, tökéletes biztonságban van, bár ahol megfelelő, ott honlapunk a biztonságos fájltranszfer protokollt használja.

8. Adatalanyi típusok részletezése

Alkalmazottak

Az Önről gyűjtött információ
Alkalmazotti státuszával kapcsolatban gyűjtünk önről információt. Ezeket vagy ön szolgáltatja, vagy mi magunk hozzuk létre alkalmazásával kapcsolatban, vagy harmadik fél töl szerezzük be azokat, mint pl. referenciéák vagy munkaerő-közvetítők. Ez az információ tartalmazza a következőket:


• Információ Önről: beleértve ebbe a következőket:
○ személyes adatok, pl. név, nem, születési idő;
○ elérhetőségi adatok beleértve ebbe a lakcímet, telefonszámot és e-mail címet;
○ hobbi;
○ Önéletrajz, jelentkezési lap, tapasztalat, végzettség, képzettség és karriermenedzsment részletei;
○ a jelenlegi alkalmazás logisztikai részletei, mint pl. szerep és hely;
○ az alkalmazás pénzügyi részletei, beleértve ebben a fizetést, nyugdíjat, járandóságokat és bankszámlaszámot;
○ korábbi alkalmzások részletei;
○ bevándorlási státusz (útlevéladatok), munkaválllalási engedély másolata (külföldi állampolgároknak);
○ képzettség részletei, értékelések, toborzási és kilépési információk, panaszok, fegyelmi vizsgálatok és azok eredménye (belértve ebbe a feltételezett vagy valóságos szabálysértéseket, eljárásokat és besúgásokat), betegség, hiányzás és egészségügyi és biztonsági feljegyzések;
○ jogosítvány, ha az állással kapcsolatban utazni is kell;
○ szakszervezeti tagság, de csak beleegyezés esetén, vagy ha a vonatkozó jogszabály másképp lehetővé teszi;
○ felmérési információk, mint pl. az alkalmazott véleménye arról, hogy nálunk dolgozik, és különbözőségi információ, amint az alább található;
○ ahol az FTI területére bejárhat, a CCTV felvételeket gyűjthetjük a Franklin Templeton jogos érdekekei védelmében a helyi törvényekkel összhangban (melyhez egyes terüeteken az Ön beleegyezése is szükséges lehet)
○ ha az alkalmazott hozzáférést kap a befektetési információk tárolásának helyszínéhez, vagy annak rendszeréhez, akkor ujjlenyomata, vagy egyéb biometrikus adata, amennyiben ehhez hozzájárul; Neve és arcképe valamint a közcélú bemutatásra készült fényképek, videók és/vagy audiovizuális felvételek, feltéve, hogy Ön ehhez beleegyezését és engedélyét adja;


• Családra vonatkozó információ: beleértve ebbe:
○ család, vagy egyéb kapcsolatok (vészhelyzeti megkeresés céljából);
○ eltartottak és házastárs vagy partner (ha van) száma és identitása; és
○ kedvezményezetti információ, beleértve ebbe az alkalmazotti kedvezmények kedvezményezettjeinek nevét és elérhetőségét, valamint családtagjaikat és hobbijukat.


• Számítógéphasználati információ: beleértve ebbe:
○ az FTI informatikai rendszerének, beleértve ebbe e-mailek, internet rendszerek, számítógépek, telefonrendszerek és mobileszközök IT szakemberek és automatizált rendszerek általi használatának megfigyelése, és
○ bizonyos esetekben az ön e-mailjei tartalmának, telefonhíváainak és egyéb FTI eszközökön tárolt tartalmának megfigyelése és az ahhoz való hozzáférés.


• Kommunikáció a munkahelyen és egyéb nálunk történő alkalmazásával kapcsolatos információ beleértve ebbe:
○ e-mailek, skype-hívások, telefonhívások és levelek;
○ üzleti utazások.


Bizonyos körülmények esetén szükséges lesz személyes adatait megadni. Tudatni fogjuk Önnel, ha és amikor ilyen helyzet áll elő. Ez a szükséglet akkor kövewtkezhet be, ha törvényi szabályozás írja elő számunkra, hogy bizonyos információkat Öntől beszerezzünk, vagy ha azért kell bizonyos információkat elkérnünk, mert az Önnel kötött szerződésből ez következik. Amennyiben Ön a szükséges információkat nem biztosítja számunkra, ez azt eredményezheti, hogy szerződését, vagy alkalmazását felmondani kényszerülünk.

IT rendszer megfigyelése
Az FTI informatikai rendszereinek megfigyelése mindig az FTI Információbiztonsági Előírásainak megfelelően és annak engedélyezésével történik. Az FTI Információbiztonsági Előírásai letölthetők intranet oldalunkról, vagy kérésére elküldjük Önnek.

Különbözőségi megfigyelés
Alkalmazása során ha felmérést készítünk, lehet, hogy engedélyét kérjük, hogy különbözőségi előírásaink alapján információt gyűjtsünk Önről. Ezek a felmérések segítenek bennünket abban, hogy jobban megérthessük alkalmazottaink demográfiai helyzetét, hatékonyabban tudjuk alkalmazottainkat támogatni, és erős és pozitív jelzést küldjünk nekik arról, hogy az FTI-nek fontos a különbözőség és az elfogadás. Az információ, amelyet gyűjthetünk, a következő lehet: életkor, nem, nemi identitás, szexuális orientáció, mozgáskorlátozottsági státusz, etnikai háttér. Bármikor visszavonhatja ehhez a hozzájárulását, ha adatvédelmi megbízottunkat felkeresi. Ezt az információt csak mi és a Franklin Resources Inc. használja a helyi törvényekkel összhangban, valamint az Ön helyi törvényhozási területén az Ön beleegyezésével az FTI Group különbözőségi és bennfoglalási előírása alapján arra, hogy a munkaerő különbözőségét elemezze. Ezt az információt menedzserének, vagy üzleti egysége vezetőjének nem adjuk ki, és nem használjuk arra, hogy alkalmazotti viszonyával kapcsolatos döntést hozzunk Önről.

Hogyan használjuk fel információit?
Az Öntől gyűjtött információt a következő célokra használjuk:
• az Önnel kötött szerződés alapján kötelezettségeink teljesítése, vagy jogaink gyakorlása;
• ránk háruló jogi kötelezettségeink teljesítése; és
• jogos érdekeink, melyek csak akkor érvényesek, ha úgy véljük, hogy jogos érdekeinket az Ön érdekei, vagy jogai, melyek adatai védelmét igánylik (pl. nálunk történő munkavállalasának ügyintézése és kezelése beleértve a következő célokat) nem írják felül:
○ HR menedzsment funkciókra (pl. toborzás, karrierkövetés, teljesítménymenedzsment, tehetségmenedzsment, és panaszmenedzsment);
○ alkalmazottkezelési és működési célokra (pl. távollétekkel, fizetéssel, javadalmakkal és személyi feljegyzésekkel kapcsolatban);
○ az irányelveinkkel és folyamatainkkal való megfelelőség ellenőrzésére;
○ marketing és egyéb üzletpromóciós célokra;
○ támogatási célokra, melyek üzleti tevékenységünk folyamatosságát teszik lehetővé;
○ bármely szerződési, jogi vagy szabályozási kötelezettséggel való megfelelőségre;
○ bármely nem megfelelő magatartás vagy FTI előírások megszegésének feltárása vagy megakadályozása;
○ az FTI elektronikus kommunikációja és IT rendszerei használatának megfigyelése, beleértve ebbe az internethozzáférést, az e-mailezést, a telefonrendszerek használatát, de beletartozhat a kommunikációk tartalmához való hozzáférés is az FTI Információbiztonsági Előírásainak megfelelően;
○ annak biztosítása, hogy csak engedélyezett felhasználók juthassanak be azokra a területünkre, vagy informatikai rendszereinkbe, ahol befektetői információkat tárolunk; és
○ üzletkezelés és egyéb legitim üzleti célok.

Az általunk megosztott információ
Az alkalmazottakról szóló információkat a következőkkel osztjuk meg:
• társult Franklin Templeton cégeink, egységeink, ahogyan az az 1. függelékben szerepel, annak érdekében, hogy a fent említett célokból az adatokat feldolgozzák;
• harmadik felek releváns kategóriái, ahogyan az a 2. függelékben szerepel.

Ha további információkra van szüksége arról, hogy a Franklin Templeton hogyan és milyen személyes adatokat oszt meg Önről harmadik féllel, keresse fel adatvédelmi megbízottját.

Jelöltek
Az Önről gyűjtött információ
Jelentkezésével kapcsolatban gyűjtünk önről információt. Ezeket vagy ön szolgáltatja, vagy harmadik féltől szerezzük be azokat, mint pl. referenciák vagy munkaerő-közvetítők. Ez az információ tartalmazza a következőket:
• Információ Önről: beleértve ebbe a következőket:
○ személyes adatok, pl. név, nem, születési idő;
○ elérhetőségi adatok beleértve ebbe a lakcímet, telefonszámot és e-mail címet;
○ hobbi;
○ Önéletrajz, tapasztalat, végzettség, képzettség és karriermenedzsment részletei;
○ a jelenlegi alkalmazás logisztikai részletei, mint pl. szerep és hely;
○ az alkalmazás pénzügyi részletei, beleértve ebben a fizetést, nyugdíjat, járandóságokat és bankszámlaszámot;
○ korábbi alkalmzások részletei;
○ bevándorlási státusz (útlevéladatok), munkavállalási engedély másolata (külföldi pályázóknak);
○ ahol az területünkre bejárhat, a CCTV felvételeket gyűjthetjük a Franklin Templeton jogos érdekekei védelmében a helyi törvényekkel összhangban (melyhez egyes területeken az Ön beleegyezése is szükséges lehet)

Különbözőségi megfigyelés
Munkára való jelentkezése során ha felmérést készítünk, lehet, hogy engedélyét kérjük, hogy különbözőségi előírásaink alapján információt gyűjtsünk Önről. Ezek a felmérések segítenek bennünket abban, hogy jobban megérthessük alkalmazottaink demográfiai helyzetét, hatékonyabban tudjuk alkalmazottainkat támogatni, és erős és pozitív jelzést küldjünk nekik arról, hogy az FTI-nek fontos a különbözőség és az elfogadás. Az információ, amelyet gyűjthetünk, a következő lehet: életkor, nem, nemi identitás, szexuális orientáció, mozgáskorlátozottsági státusz, etnikai háttér. Bármikor visszavonhatja ehhez a hozzájárulását, ha adatvédelmi megbízottunkat felkeresi. Ezt az információt csak mi és a Franklin Resources Inc. használja a helyi törvényekkel összhangban, valamint az Ön helyi törvényhozási területén az Ön beleegyezésével az FTI Group különbözőségi és bennfoglalási előírása alapján arra, hogy a munkaerő különbözőségét elemezze. Ezt az információt menedzserének, vagy üzleti egysége vezetőjének nem adjuk ki, és nem használjuk arra, hogy alkalmazotti viszonyával kapcsolatos döntést hozzunk Önről.

Hogyan használjuk fel információit?
Az Öntől gyűjtött információt a következő célokra használjuk:
• jogos érdekeink, melyek csak akkor érvényesek, ha úgy véljük, hogy jogos érdekeinket az Ön érdekei, vagy jogai, melyek adatai védelmét igánylik (pl. nálunk történő jelentkezésének ügyintézése és kezelése beleértve a következő célokat) nem írják felül:
○ toborzási célokból;
○ kezelési és működési célokra (pl. fizetéssel, javadalmakkal és személyi feljegyzésekkel kapcsolatban);
○ az irányelveinkkel és folyamatainkkal való megfelelőség ellenőrzésére;
○ annak biztosítása, hogy csak engedélyezett felhasználók juthassanak be azokra a területünkre, vagy informatikai rendszereinkbe, ahol befektetői információkat tárolunk; és
○ üzletkezelés és egyéb legitim üzleti célok.

Az általunk megosztott információ
A pályázókról szóló információkat a következőkkel osztjuk meg:
• társult Franklin Templeton cégeink, egységeink, ahogyan az az 1. függelékben szerepel, annak érdekében, hogy a fent említett célokból az adatokat feldolgozzák;
• harmadik felek releváns kategóriái, ahogyan az a 2. függelékben szerepel.

Ha további információkra van szüksége arról, hogy a Franklin Templeton hogyan és milyen személyes adatokat oszt meg Önről harmadik féllel, keresse fel adatvédelmi megbízottját.

9. Személyes adatok internetes gyűjtése
Milyen információkat gyűjtünk honlapunk és közösségi médiaoldalaink felhasználóiról

A használókról személyes információkat gyűjtünk honlapunkon keresztül, illetve a Franklin Templeton honlapjain és szociális média oldalain, pl. a Twitteren és a LinkedIn-en keresztül, beleértve a következőket:
• Az információhasználók adatokhoz juttatnak bennünket, amikor információkat adnak meg honlapunkon, mint pl. amikor a „Kapcsolat” fülnél üzenetet küldenek nekünk (pl. név, e-mail cím, megszólítás);
• Az információhasználók adatokhoz juttatnak bennünket, amikor e-mail hírlevelekre, sajtóközleményekre, vagy egyéb honlapunkon elérhető hírlapokra jelentkeznek (pl. név, e-mail cím, megszólítás, befektetői típus és lakóhely szerinti ország);
• Az információhasználók adatokhoz juttatnak bennünket, amikor tartalmat töltenek fel társadalmi média oldalainkra;
• Az információhasználók adatokhoz juttatnak bennünket, amikor a társadalmi médiában életrajzot töltenek fel;
• Az információhasználók adatokhoz juttatnak bennünket, amikor kérdőívre, vagy marketingkommunikációra válaszolnak, pl. véleményüket elmondják szolgáltatásainkról, és további információkat adnak meg magukról (pl. életkor, igénybe vett szolgáltatások, honnan ismernek bennünket, szolgáltatásainkról való véleményük);
• Az információhasználók adatokhoz juttatnak bennünket, amikor honlapunkon keresztül egy online számlára jelentkeznek (pl. név, e-mail cím, lakcím, születési idő, egyedi azonosító számok (pl. ügyfél-referenciaszám, TAJ-szám). Ön dönthet arról, hogy megadja-e ezeket az adatokat. Ha azonban a felhasználó úgy dönt, hogy ilyen információt nem ad meg számunkra, a honlapon, vagy azon keresztül elérhető bizonyos tartalmakhoz vagy lehetőségekhez esetleg nem tud hozzáférni;
• A webes bejelentkezésekkel megszerzett információ, mint pl. eszközinformáció(pl. eszköztípus és modell, képernyőméret), egyedi azonosítószámok (pl. IP cím és eszköz ID), és Böngészőadatok (pl. URL, böngészőtípus, felkeresett oldalak, hozzáférés dátuma/ideje);
• A süti-jeinkkel megszerzett információ (lásd a Sütik, címkék és hasonló technológiák’ részt alul);
• Hirdetési információ (pl. hirdetés mérete/típusa, hirdetési benyomások, hirdetés helye és formátuma, a hirdetéssel kapcsolatos interakciók adatai);
• Viselkedési információk (pl. egyének viselkedésével, vagy feltételezett érdeklődésével kapcsolatos adatok, melyek az felhasználói profil elkészítésére alkalmasak); és
• Olyan információk, melyeket a felhasználók adnak nekünk, amikor vásárolnak webáruházunkból (pl. név, bankkártya-adatok, számlázási és házhozszállítási cím, vásárlás egyéb részletei).

Honlapjaink és online szolgáltatásaink olyan magánszemélyeknek készültek, akik elmúltak már 18 évesek. Online szolgáltatásaink nem alkalmasak 18 év alatti kiskorúaknak.

Bizonyos körülmények esetén, ha a honlap használója nem adja meg a szükséges személyes információkat (pl. online szolgáltatásainkkal kapcsolatban), akkor a velük kötött szerződés alapján esedékes kötelezettségeinket esetenként nem tudjuk teljesíteni, vagy esetleg nem tudjuk őket termékeinkkel vagy szolgáltatásainkkal kiszolgálni. Tudatni fogjuk az érintettekkel, ha és amikor ilyen helyzet áll elő, és hogy a honlap használóinak milyen következményekkel kell számolniuk, ha nem adnak meg bizonyos információkat.

Hogyan használjuk a honlapok és társadalmi médiaoldalak látogatóinak adatait?
A honlapunk használóitól és a Franklin Templeton honlapok és társadalmi médiaoldalak felkeresőitől gyűjtött információt a következő célokra használjuk:
• a honlapunkon szerzett tapasztalatait személyhez kössük;
• a társadalmimédia-tartalmak figyelése ügyfeleinkkel való kapcsolattartás és tevékenységünk és márkaneveink promotálása érdekében;
• ha egy társadalmi média honlapon olyan interakciót látunk egy kívülálló társadalmi média felhasználóval, ami reakciót igényel részünkről, akkor az illetékes részlegünknek egy linket és a kívülálló fél profilját elküldjük;
• olyan termékeket és szolgáltatásokat kínáljunk, melyekre a honlapok használóinak szüksége van;
• a honlapot kezeljük, a panaszokat kivizsgáljuk, és ügyfeleinket kiszolgáljuk;
• olyan termék- vagy szolgáltatásinformációt küldjünk honlapunk használóinak, és azoknak a magánszemélyeknek, akik társadalmi médiákon lévő honlapjainkat felkeresik, melyek érdekelhetik őket (lásd fent „Marketingkommunikáció”); és
• statisztikai és trendelemzés készítése, hogy növelhessük a felhasználók honlapélményét és teljesítményét.

Kérjük tekintse meg alább, hogy milyen információkat gyűjtünk sütikkel és egyéb nyomkövető technológiákkal.

Az adatfeldolgozást a következő jogalappal végezzük:
• marketingkommunikációnk elküldésébe való beleegyezés (lásd a „Marketingkommunikáció”-ról szóló részt), ahol alkalmazható. Amennyiben egy magánszemély vissza akarja vonni beleegyezését, a „Leiratkozás” opciót kell választania, vagy adatvédelmi megbízottunkat kell megkeresnie.
• szerződésből eredő kötelezettségteljesítés azokkal a felhasználókkal, akik termékeket vagy szolgáltatásokat vesznek webshopunkból, vagy online regisztrálnak szolgáltatásainkért, vagy online szolgáltatásainkat használják (erre a külön elérhető ellátási feltételek vonatkoznak);
• a törvénnyel vagy szabályozói követelményekkel való összhang; és
• legitim érdekek követése. A legitim érdek csak ott érvényes, ahol véleményünk szerint egy honlap vagy társadalmi média felhasználójának érdekei vagy jogai, melyek személyes adatok védelmét igénylik, ezt nem írják felül.

Döntésünk szerint a legitim érdekekbe a következők tartoznak:
○ Termékeink, szolgáltatásaink és alapjaink honlapunkon és egyéb kommunikációs csatornákon történő promotálása;
○ Honlapjaink biztonságának és a feltörési kísérleteknek figyelemmel kísérése, kivizsgálása és bejelentése;
○ Honlapunk teljesítményi és felhasználói élményének fejlesztése;
○ A felhasználóinkkal kötött szerződésekből eredő kötelezettségek teljesítése;
○ Tevékenységünk és márkaneveink kezelése társadalmi profilunk figyelésével, és megfelelő panaszkezelés;
○ Honlapunk biztonságának, teljesítményi és felhasználói élményének fejlesztése;
○ Célzott, személyre szabott marketing a honlap és a társadalmi média felhasználóinak azzal a legitim céllal, hogy tevékenységünket és márkaneveinket promotáljuk.

Ha honlaphasználóinknak, vagy a társadalmi médián lévő honlapjainkat meglátogató magánszemélyeknek további információkra van szüksége arról, hogy milyen legitim érdekünk fűződik személyes adataikhoz, keressék fel az adatvédelmi megbízottat.

A Kérdőívek Információi: Alkalmanként megkérhetjük Önt, hogy csatlakozzon rövid közvéleménykutatásunkhoz, és segítsen jó döntéseket hozni honlapunk fejlesztésében. Az információhasználók a kérdőívekre adott válaszokkal is adatokat osztanak meg velünk, de ezeket beleegyezésük nélkül nem azonosítjuk velük.

Kik juthatnak hozzá honlapok és társadalmi médiaoldalak használóinak adataihoz
Honlapok és társadalmi médiaoldalak használati adatainak személyes információit megoszthatjuk a következőkkel:
• társult Franklin Templeton cégeink, egységeink, ahogyan az az 1. függelékben szerepel, annak érdekében, hogy a fent említett célokból az adatokat feldolgozzák;
• harmadik felek releváns kategóriái, ahogyan az a 2. függelékben szerepel.

Külső kapcsolatok
Honlapunkon vannak olyan linkek, melyek harmadik fél által működtetett és fenntartott honlapokra vagy tartalmakra mutatnak, ezek felett nincs ellenőrzési jogkörünk. Kérjük, olvassa el e harmadik felek által üzemeltetett honlapok magánszférával kapcsolatos tájékoztatóit, ismerkedjen meg azokkal, és szerezzen tudomást arról, hogy ezek a cégek az Ön személyes információival kapcsolatban milyen választási lehetőségeket kínálnak.

10. Sütik, címkék és hasonló technológiák
A süti egy kis szövegfájl, mely egyedi azonosítót tartalmaz. Ha egy honlapot felkeres az interneten, a webszerver ezt elküldi az Ön számítógépének, mobiltelefonjának, vagy bármely más internetes eszközének keresőjére. A sütiket és a hasonló technológiákat gyakran használják arra, hogy a honlapok hatékony működését biztosítsák, és hogy információt gyűjtsenek arról, hogy Ön mit kedvel. Az egyszerűség kedvéért az összes ilyen technológiát sütinek nevezzük.

Egyes honlapjainkon elektronikus képek, azaz webjelzők (clear gif, tag, vagy pixels néven is ismert) is megjelenhetnek, melyek segítségével számolhatjuk a honlapunkat felkereső látogatókat. A webjelzők csak korlátozott mértékű információt gyűjtenek, pl. sütik száma, látogatás ideje és dátuma, és a webjelzőt tartalmazó honlap leírása. Honlapjainkon harmadik fél (hirdető) által elhelyezett webjelzők is megjelenhetnek. Ezek a webjelzők nem hordoznak olyan információt, melyből Ön személy szerint azonosítható volna.

Hogyan használjuk a sütiket?
Azért használunk mi is sütiket és egyéb követő technológiákat, hogy a tartalmat és hirdetéseket az ügyfelekhez igazítsuk, társadalmi médiafelületet biztosítsunk, és láthassuk, ügyfeleink hogyan szörfölnek, amikor honlapunkat felkeresik. Arra használjuk az így szerzett információt, hogy az Önnek nyújtott Szolgáltatások fejlesztéséről megfelelő döntéseket hozzunk.

Szerződhetünk harmadik féllel követésre és reklámozásra, mint pl. az alább felsoroltakkal is, hogy nevünkben sütik segítségével kövessék és elemezzék, hogy Ön hogyan használja honlapunkat. Ezek a harmadik cégek összegyűjtik és megosztják velünk a honlapunk látogatóinak használati adatait, és néha ezeket összefüggésbe hozzák más információkkal is (pl. az Ön IP címe). Mérik és kutatják hirdetéseink hatékonyságát, követik az oldalhasználatot, segítenek ajánlásaink és hirdetéseink célzott eljuttatásában, és követik azok megtekintését.

Az általunk használt sütik és süti fajták
Ha további információkat szeretne sütijeinkről és arról, hogy milyen fajta sütiket használunk honlapunkon, kérjük keresse fel süti-jegyzékünket, mely a következő honlapon érhető el: http://www.franklintempletonglobal.com/franklintempletonglobal/privacy/cookie-register.page

Amennyiben e jegyzéket papíron is meg szeretné kapni, vagy különleges kérése van a honlapunkon használt sütikkel kapcsolatban, kérjük keresse fel adatvédelmi biztosunkat az 1. függelékben tmegtalálható címen.

A sütikről, viselkedési hirdetésekről és az online magánszféráról többet tudhat meg www.allaboutcookies.org és a www.youronlinechoices.com. honlapokon.

Hogyan utasítsam vissza a sütiket?
Ha nem akarja, hogy a Google Analytics sütijei kövessék, kiléphet ebből, ha egy böngészőt telepít, ha ide kattint: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/.

Ha nem akarja, hogy a Marketo sütik kövessék tevékenységét, kiléphet ezekből, ha a következő linkre kattint: http://www.franklintempletonglobal.com/marketo-optout.page?marketo_ opt_out=true

Ha nem akar e-mailjeinkből sütiket kapni, akkor az e-mail megnyitását követően ne töltsön le képeket, és ne kattintson semmilyen linkre. Ehhez lehet, hogy először e-mail szerverén ki kell kapcsolnia az automatikus képletöltést.

Bármikor megakadályozhatja, hogy sütik jelenjenek meg a böngészőjében. Ha azt szeretné tudni, hogy hogyan állíthatja le, törölheti, vagy hogyan semlegesítheti a sütiket, kérjük nézze meg böngészője 'Segítség' vagy 'Támogatás' súgóját. Kérjük vegye figyelembe, hogy ha sütijeinket eltávolítja, vagy a jövőben azokat semlegesíti, honlapunk egyes területeit és szolgáltatásait esetleg nem fogja tudni igénybe venni. Kérjük vegye figyelembe, hogy a webjelzőket (clear gif-ek, pixelek, tagek) nem lehet kikapcsolni. Ezek általában más sütikkel együtt működnek, és emiatt nagyrészt működésképtelenek lesznek, ha a böngésző beállításában a sütiket kikapcsolja.

A süti-kezelésről és azok böngészőjében való leállításáról a következő honlapokon talál információt:

Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/internet-explorer/delete- manage-cookies#ie=ie-11.
Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable- cookies-website-preferences
Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en Safari: https://support.apple.com/kb/PH19214?locale=en_GB

További információkat olvashat és kezelheti sütijeit a https://www.aboutcookies.org/ és a www.youronlinechoices.eu. honlapokon.

1. FÜGGELÉK
FRANKLIN TEMPLETON CSOPORTCÉGEK & ALAPOK


A Franklin Templeton és csoportcégei hozzájutnak az e Közlemény által érintett magánszemélyek információihoz. A releváns alkalmazotti és pályázói adatokhoz azonban csak a megfelelő adatellenőröknek van hozzáférése. A Franklin Templeton Funds és menedzsment cégeik közös ellenőrzést végeznek, kivéve, ha a helyi törvények ezt másképp rendelik.

Alább találja a leginkább érintett alapok csoportcégei és az alapok listáját. Ha a teljes lista érdkekli, kérjük keresse fel a következő honlapot: www.franklintempletonglobal.com/privacy/fund-entities

Hogyan keressen fel bennünket?
Ha egy magánszemély egyéni jogaival élni kíván, vagy kérdése, gondja, vagy panasza van e Közleménnyel, vagy adatkezelési gyakorlatunkkal kapcsolatban, megkereshet bennünket az alábbi országokban a megfelelő címen. A magánszemély a következőképpen címezze meg a borítékot: “Adatvédelmi megbízott figyelmébe”.

Ezzel egyenrangúlag adatvédelmi megbízottunk közvetlenül is megkereshető az alábbiakban:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l.
8A, rue Albert Borschette 

L-1246 Luxembourg
Luxemburgi Nagyhercegség
E-mail cím: DataProtectionOfficer@franklintempleton.co

Franklin Templeton Group Companies

AUSZTRIA:
Franklin Templeton Austria GmbH
Universitätsring 10
4th Floor, 1010 Bécs, Ausztria

BELGIUM:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l., Belga leányvállalat 

28 avenue Marnix
1000 Brüsszel, Belgium

FRANCIAORSZÁG:
Franklin Templeton France SA
20, rue de la Paix
75002 Párizs, Franciaország

NÉMETORSZÁG:
Franklin Templeton Investment Services GmbH
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à.r.l., Németországi
leányvállalat

Mainzer Landstr. 16
D-60325 Frankfurt am Main. Németország

MAGYAORSZÁG:
Franklin Templeton Magyarország Kft.
1051 Budapest
Sas utca 10-12,
Magyarország

ÍRORSZÁG:
Franklin Floating Rate Fund Plc (FFRF)
Franklin Emerging Market Debt Opportunities Fund (FTEMDOF)

JPMorgan House
International Financial Services Centre
Dublin 1, Írország

Franklin Liberty Shares ICAV (Irish ETF) 


78 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay
Dublin 2, Írország

OLASZORSZÁG:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l., Olasz leányvállalat 

C.so Italia, n.1
20122 Milánó, Olaszország

LUXEMBOURG:
Franklin Templeton Management Luxembourg S.A. 

Franklin Templeton International Services S.A. 

Franklin Templeton Investment Funds (FTIF)
Franklin Templeton Series II Funds (FTSIIF) 

Franklin Templeton Sharia Funds (FTSF)
Franklin Templeton Specialized Investment Funds (FTSIF) 

Franklin Templeton Opportunities Fund (FTOF)
Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIIB SCSP
FTAIF-TSEMF V - Templeton Strategic Emerging Markets Fund V (magántőke)

8A, rue Albert Borschette 

L-1246 Luxembourg
Luxemburgi Nagyhercegség

HOLLANDIA:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

World Trade Center Amsterdam
H-toren, 5e verdieping Zuidplein 36 

1077 XV Amszterdam, Hollandia

LENGYELORSZÁG:
Templeton Asset Management (Lengyelország) 

Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych S.A. 

Franklin Templeton Investments Poland Sp. z o.o. 

Franklin Templeton Fundusz Inwestycyjny Otwarty

Rondo ONZ 1, 29th Floor
00-124 Varsó, Lengyelország

ROMÁNIA:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Ltd UK
Fondul Proprietatea

Premium Point
78-80 Buzesti, 08th floor, District 1, Bukarest, Románia

SZLOVÁKIA:
Franklin Templeton Slovakia, s.r.o. 

Regus Business Centre, Karadzicova 8/A 

821 08 Pozsony, Szlovákia

SPANYOLORSZÁG:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited
Calle Jose Ortega y Gasset, 29–5a planta 

28006 Madrid, Spanyolország

SVÉDORSZÁG:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited
Blasieholmsgatan 5
SE-111 48 Stockholm, Svédország

EGYESÜLT KIRÁLYSÁG:

Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

Lin Templeton Global Investors Limited
Franklin Templeton Fund Management Limited 

Franklin Templeton Funds (OEIC)
Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust (TEMIT)

Cannon Place, 78 Cannon Street 

London EC4N 6HL, Egyesült Királyság

AMERIKAI EGYESÜLT ÁLLAMOK:
Templeton Growth Fund (TGF) Inc - Fund

P.O. Box 33030 

St. Petersburg, Florida 33733-8030, USA


Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund, L.P (Series B/C) 

Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIB, L.P. (TBC)

Corporation Trust Center, 1
209 Orange Street, County of New Castle
Wilmington
Delaware 19801


2. FÜGGELÉK
HARMADIK FÉL ÉS EGYÉB CÍMZETTI KATEGÓRIÁK


Alkalmazottak lyázók 
• Számlavezetési rendszerek szolgáltatói
• Járandóság- és nyugdíjszolgáltatók
• Üzleti kapcsolati adatbázisok ügyintézői
• Felhő-alapú megoldások szolgáltatói
• Bíróságok
• Dokumentumarchiválási, raktározási és megsemmisítési szolgáltatók
• Rendezvényszervezők
• IT rendszer szolgáltatók
• Bérszámfejtési szolgáltatók
• Nyomdai szolgáltatók
• Szakmai tanácsadók, mint könyvvizsgálók és ügyvédek
• Szabályozók
• Biztonsági és rendőrhatóságok
• Társadalmi média szolgáltatók
• Adóhatóság
• Számlavezetési rendszerek szolgáltatói
• Üzleti kapcsolati adatbázisok ügyintézői
• Bíróságok
• Rendezvényszervezők
• Bérszámfejtési szolgáltatók
• Nyomdai szolgáltatók
• Szakmai tanácsadók, mint könyvvizsgálók és ügyvédek
• Munkaerő-közvetítési szolgáltatók
• Szabályozók
• Biztonsági és rendőrhatóságok
• Társadalmi média szolgáltatók
• Adóhatóság


Mit tesznek ezek a harmadik felek?

Számlavezetési rendszerek szolgáltatói Harmadik felek, akik az FT megbízásából üzleti kapcsolati adatbázisunk és rendszerfejlesztési számlainformációink fenntartásán és kiszolgálásán dolgoznak, mint pl. a honlapunkat támogató beszállítói rendszerek.

Javadalmi és nyugdíjszolgáltatók - Harmadik felek, akik az FT megbízásából szolgáltatásokat vagy javadalmakat nyújtanak az alkalmazottaknak.

Üzleti kapcsolati adatbázisok ügyintézői - Harmadik felek, akik az FT megbízásából üzleti kapcsolati adatbázisunk és rendszerfejlesztési számlainformációink fenntartásán és kiszolgálásán dolgoznak, mint pl. az FT honlapját/honlapjait támogató beszállítói rendszerek.

Felhő-alapú megoldások szolgáltatói - Harmadik felek, akik felhő-alapú megoldásokat, pl. fordítási szolgáltatásokat, vagy tréningmegoldásokat szolgáltatnak.

Bíróságok - Kompetens harmadik hatósági fél, ahol ezt a törvény előírja, vagy ahol ezt szükségesnek tartjuk.

Dokumentumarchiválási, raktározási és megsemmisítési szolgáltatók - Harmadik felek, akik az FT megbízásából dokumentumarchiválási vagy raktározási szolgáltatást végeznek.

Rendezvényszervezők - Harmadik felek, akik az FT megbízásából rendezvényeket terveznek, szerveznek, és hoznak létre.

IT rendszer szolgáltatók - Harmadik felek, akik technikai segítséget nyújtanak, különösen az IT rendszerekkel kapcsolatban.

Bérszámfejtési szolgáltatók - Harmadik felek, akik az FT megbízásából szolgáltatásokat nyújtanak alkalmazottaknak.

Nyomdai szolgáltatók - Harmadik felek, akik műszaki segítséget nyújtanak, különösen a nyomdai szolgáltatásokkal kapcsolatban.

 

Szakmai tanácsadók, mint könyvvizsgálók és ügyvédek- Harmadik felek, akik a Franklin Templeton csoport cégeinek nyújtanak szolgáltatásokat, pl. szakmai tanácsadók (pl. könyvvizsgálók és ügyvédek).

Toborzási szolgáltatók - Harmadik felek, akik az FT megbízásából toborzási szolgáltatásokat nyújtanak.

Szabályozók - Kompetens harmadik hatósági fél, ahol ezt a törvény előírja, vagy ahol ezt szükségesnek tartjuk.

Biztonsági és rendőrhatóságok - Kompetens harmadik hatósági fél, ahol ezt a törvény előírja, vagy ahol ezt szükségesnek tartjuk.

Társadalmi média szolgáltatók - Társadalmi média szolgáltatók, melyek a Franklin Templeton honlapjait (pl. Twitter vagy LinkedIn) támogatják.

Adóhatóság - Kompetens harmadik hatósági fél, ahol ezt a törvény előírja, vagy ahol ezt szükségesnek tartjuk.

 


 


 

 

 

 

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Data Protection Statement

Country: Italy

Language: English

 

Employees and Candidates 

Privacy & Cookies Notice

Version 2.0


HOW WE USE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION


At Franklin Templeton, we care about your privacy and value the trust you place in us when you share your personal information.

Accordingly, we wanted to let you know how we deal with the personal information you give us or is given to us by a third party.The aim of this Notice is to explain to you - as Data Subject - what kind of personal information we gather on you, why and how we process it as data controller. Data protection laws changed on 25th of May 2018, with the implementation of the EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). This Notice sets out your rights with regard to this EU regulation.

From time to time, we may update this Notice, and any new version will be available on MyFTI. We recommend you regularly review it to ensure that you are always aware of our privacy practices.

Our privacy commitments to you:
• We will keep your data safe and private
• We will ensure that you can exercise your rights
• We will train FTI employees to properly manage your personal information.

1. To whose personal information does this Notice apply?

This Notice describes our practices when using:


i) the personal information of employees based in the European Economic Area (EEA) or employees outside the EEA to whom our EEA group companies offer services;
ii) the personal information of candidates either based in the EEA or those based outside EEA applying to an offer from an EEA located FTI group company.

2. What personal information are we collecting and why? 

Data Protection laws say that we are allowed to use personal information (including sharing such information with third parties) where we have an acceptable reason to do so.

Accordingly, we must have one or more of the following reasons:
• To fulfil a contract we have with you;
• When it is our legal duty;
• When it is in our legitimate interest*;
• When you consent to it.

(*) Our legitimate interest is when we have a business or commercial reason to use the information. However, it must not unfairly go against what is right and best for you (more details are available upon request).

In general, we may collect the following types of personal information you give us or through our third parties:
• Information relating to you;
• Information relating to your family;
• Information relating to your use of our IT;
• Communications in the workplace and other information relating to your employment with us.

Depending on your Data Subject profile the reasons for processing your personal information may be different. Further information for each Data Subject profile can be found in section 8.

We also collect and use personal information about employees through Our Websites, and Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites such as Twitter and LinkedIn, and you can refer to section 9 for more information.

3. What are your Rights?

Individuals have the following rights, under certain circumstances, in relation to their personal information:
• Right to access personal information
• Right to rectify personal information
• Right to restrict the use of personal information
• Right to request that personal information is erased
• Right to object to processing of personal information
• Right to data portability (in certain specific circumstances)
• Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.

If you - as an individual - wish to exercise these rights, you can download an Individual Rights Request form which is available at www.franklintempletonglobal.com/rights-request-form.pdf, or contact us through the address referred to in Appendix 1 of this Notice.

A summary of each right and how you can take steps to exercise it is set out below.

Where we receive a request to exercise one of these rights, we shall provide information on the action we take on the request without undue delay and in any event within one month of receipt of the request. This may be extended by a further two months in certain circumstances, for example where requests are complex or numerous.

The information will be provided free of charge, except where requests are manifestly unfounded or excessive, in particular because of their repetitive character. In these circumstances we may charge a reasonable fee or may refuse to act on the request. We will advise you of any fees prior to proceeding with a request.

We may ask for additional information to verify your identity before carrying out a request, if we consider this information insufficient we reserve the right to reject your request.

Where we do not carry out a request, we shall inform you without delay and within one month of receipt of the request, providing our reasons for not taking the action requested.

Right to access personal information

Individuals have the right to confirm the following with us:
• Whether or not we process personal information about them
• Certain specified information about the processing

Individuals also have a right to access the personal information and be provided with a copy.

Right to restrict processing of personal information
Individuals have the right to request that we restrict processing of their personal information where one of the following applies:
• An individual contests the accuracy of the personal information. The restriction will apply until we have taken steps to verify the accuracy of the personal information;
• The processing is unlawful but an individual does not want the personal information to be erased and requests restriction instead;
• We no longer require the personal information for the purposes of processing, but it is still required by an individual in connection with a legal claim;
• An individual has exercised their right to object to the processing. The restriction will apply until we have taken steps to verify whether we have compelling legitimate grounds to continue processing.

Right to object to processing of personal information
Where personal information is used to target marketing to an individual, they have the right to object to this at any stage.

An individual also has the right to object to processing of their personal information where the legal basis of the processing is in our legitimate interests. We will have to stop processing until we are able to verify that we have compelling legitimate grounds for processing which override the individual’s interests, rights and freedoms, or alternatively that we need to continue processing for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

Right to rectification of personal information
If an individual believes that the personal information we hold on them is inaccurate, they may request that it be amended. They may also request that incomplete personal information be completed, including by providing a written confirmation.

Right to request erasure of personal information (“right to be forgotten”)
An individual may also request the erasure of their personal information in certain circumstances, including the following (this is not an exhaustive list):
• The personal information is no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed;
• The processing was based on consent which has been withdrawn and there is no other legal basis for processing;
• The individual has exercised their right to object to the processing and there are no overriding legitimate grounds for the processing to continue.

There are also certain exceptions where we may refuse a request for erasure, for example, where the personal information is required to comply with a legal obligation or for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

If an individual does request erasure of their personal information, this will potentially remove records which we hold for their benefit, such as their presence on a suppression list and they will have to contact us to provide personal information if they wish for us to hold this in future.

Right to Data Portability
Where we are relying upon the legal basis either of consent or that the processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which an individual is a party, and that personal information is processed by automatic means (e.g. electronically), an individual has the right to receive all the personal information which they have provided to us in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and to transmit this to another controller directly, where this is technically feasible.

Supervisory Authority
An individual also has a right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the Member State in the European Union where they are habitually resident, where they work or where an alleged infringement of Data Protection laws has taken place.

4. Marketing Communications
If you are an employee or candidate covered by this Notice, we will keep you up-to-date with details of our job vacancies by email using the information that you may have supplied to us. When required by regulation and/or law, we will obtain the proper consent to use your contact details, including your email addresses. In any case, you can change your preferences in regard to such marketing communications by contacting us.

Additionally, we will ensure that any third party assisting us in marketing our job vacancies and related services are under contractual obligations to protect the confidentiality of your personal information, and will use it only to provide services we have instructed them to perform.

5. International transfers & data sharing
The information we collect from you may be transferred to, and stored, outside the EEA (including for example to a company within the FTI Group in the United States and its third-party suppliers outside the EEA) and may also be processed by people operating outside the EEA who work for us or one of our suppliers.

The countries that we transfer data to outside of the EEA include: Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and the United States.

Some of these countries may not have the equivalent level of data protection laws as those in your location. If we need to transfer personal data outside the EEA, we will take steps to make sure your personal information is protected and safeguarded once it leaves the EEA, in particular, we will use the EU Data Protection Model Clauses approved by the European Commission and permitted under Article 46 of the GDPR. If you would like to obtain the details of such safeguards, you can request these from the Data Protection Officer.

6. Retention Periods
We will retain your personal information covered by this Notice:
• For employees - for the period of your employment and for a reasonable period thereafter in accordance with local retention periods which is also reflected in FTI Europe Record Retention Policy;
• For candidates - We keep your personal information for as long as is necessary in connection with the purposes identified below, and for a reasonable period thereafter, in accordance with local retention periods, which is also reflected in FTI’s European Record Retention Policy.

In certain circumstances, data may need to be retained for a longer period of time, for example, where we are in ongoing correspondence or there is a continuing claim or investigation.

Our web logs are kept for 60 days to support investigation and reporting of any attempted security breaches on Our Websites.

7. Confidentiality and Security
We have implemented reasonable technical and organisational measures designed to secure personal information from accidental loss and unauthorised access, use, alteration or disclosure. FTI employees are required to follow specific procedures with respect to maintaining the confidentiality of our investors’ personal information. Additionally, we maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to protect the personal information that we process. This includes performing ongoing evaluations of our systems containing investor information and making changes when appropriate.

However, about information transmitted via the Internet, the Internet is an open system and we cannot and do not guarantee or warrant the security of any information that an individual transmits on or through Our Website or that we otherwise maintain, although Our Website uses the secure file transfer protocol where appropriate.

8. Data Subjects type details

Employees

Information that we collect about you

We collect information in relation to your employment with us. It is either provided by you, created by us (or on our behalf) in connection with your employment, or obtained from third parties such as referees or recruitment agencies. This information includes:


• Information relating to you, including:
○ personal details such as name, gender, date of birth;
○ contact details including address, telephone number, email address;
○ hobbies;
○ Curriculum vitae, application form, expertise, education, training and career management details;
○ logistical details of current employment, such as role and location;
○ financial details of employment, including salary, pension and benefits and bank account;
○ details of previous employment;
○ immigration status (passport details) and copy of your work permit (for foreign employees);
○ details of training, appraisals, recruitment and leaving information, grievances, disciplinary investigations and outcomes (including alleged or actual breaches of policies and procedures and whistle-blower reports), sickness, absence and health and safety records;
○ driver’s licence if you travel in connection with your employment;
○ trade union membership but only with consent or if otherwise authorised under applicable law;
○ survey information, such as your views about working for us and diversity information, as further described below;
○ where you have access to FTI premises, CCTV recordings may be collected for the legitimate interests of Franklin Templeton in accordance with local law (subject to your consent in some jurisdictions)
○ where you have access to premises or systems storing investor information, your fingerprints or other biometric data if you provide your consent. Your name and likeness as well as the photographs, videos and/or audiovisual recordings for publicity release purposes subject to your consent and permission;


• Information relating to your family, including:
○ family or other contact details (for emergency contact purposes);
○ number and identity of dependents and spouse or partner (if any); and
○ beneficiary information, including name and contact details of beneficiaries of benefits for employees and their families; hobbies.


• Information relating to your use of our IT: including:
○ monitoring your use of FTI’s IT systems including email, internet systems, computers, telephone systems and mobile devices by IT staff and automated systems; and
○ in some cases, monitoring and access to the content of your emails, telephone calls and other content stored on any FTI device.


• Communications in the workplace and other information relating to your employment with us: including:
○ emails, skype communications, telephone calls and letters;
○ business travel.


In some circumstances it will be necessary for you to provide the personal data to us. We will make it clear if and when this situation arises. This need will arise where there is a requirement under law for us to obtain certain information from you or where it is necessary to obtain certain information from you because of a requirement under your contract. Where you fail to provide the necessary information, this may result in us being required to terminate your contract of employment.

IT Systems Monitoring
Monitoring of FTI’s IT Systems will always be performed, and authorised, in accordance with FTI’s Information Security Policy. You can access a copy of FTI’s Information Security Policy from our intranet site or by contacting us.

Diversity Monitoring
During the course of your employment, when conducting surveys, we may ask for your consent to collect information about you in accordance with our diversity policy. These surveys help us to understand our staff demographic better, target our initiatives to employees more effectively and send out a strong and positive signal that diversity and inclusion are important to FTI. The types of information which we may collect include: age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability status and ethnicity. You may withdraw consent at any time by contacting the Data Protection Officer. This information will only be used by us and Franklin Resources Inc., in accordance with local law, and subject to your consent within your local jurisdiction, and in connection with our and the FTI Group’s Diversity and Inclusion policy and to analyse workforce diversity. We will not disclose it to your line manager / business unit and we will not use it to make decisions about your employment relationship with us.

How we use your information
We use the information we collect from you for the purposes of:
• performing our obligations, or exercising our rights, under our employment contract with you;
• performing a legal obligation to which we are subject; and
• our legitimate interests which will only apply where we consider that the legitimate interest is not overridden by your interests or rights which require protection of your data, such as the administration and management of your employment with us, including the following purposes:
○ for facilitating Human Resources (HR) management functions (for example, recruitment, career development, performance management, talent management and grievance management);
○ for employee administration and operational purposes (for example, in relation to absences, pay, benefits and HR records);
○ for verifying compliance with our policies and procedures;
○ for marketing and other business promotion activities;
○ for backup purposes to facilitate business continuity;
○ for compliance with any contractual, legal or regulatory obligations;
○ detection or prevention of any inappropriate behaviour or breach of the FTI policies;

○ monitoring your use of FTI’s electronic communications and information technology systems including access to the internet, email and use of telephone systems and may include access to the content of those communications in accordance with FTI’s Information Security Policy;
○ ensuring only authorised users have access to our premises or IT systems storing confidential investor information; and
○ business management and other legitimate business purposes.

Information that we share
We will disclose personal information of employees as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2.

If you require further information regarding Franklin Templeton sharing your personal data with third party recipients, you may contact the Data Protection Officer.

Candidates

Information that we collect about you

We collect information in relation to your application with us. It is either provided by you or obtained from third parties such as referees or recruitment agencies. This information includes:
• Information relating to you, including:
○ personal details such as name, gender, date of birth;
○ contact details including address, telephone number, email address;
○ hobbies;
○ Curriculum vitae, expertise, education, training and career management details;
○ logistical details of current employment, such as role and location;
○ financial details of employment, including salary, pension and benefits and bank account;
○ details of previous employment;
○ immigration status (passport details) and copy of your work permit (for foreign candidates);
○ where you access our premises, CCTV recordings may be collected for the legitimate interests of Franklin Templeton in accordance with local law (subject to your consent in some jurisdictions)

Diversity Monitoring
During the course of your employment application, when conducting surveys, we may ask for your consent to collect information about you in accordance with our diversity policy. These surveys help us to understand our staff demographic better, target our initiatives to employees more effectively and send out a strong and positive signal that diversity and inclusion are important to FTI. The types of information which we may collect include: age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability status and ethnicity. You may withdraw consent at any time by contacting the Data Protection Officer. This information will only be used by us and Franklin Resources Inc., in accordance with local law, and subject to your consent within your local jurisdiction, and in connection with our and the FTI Group’s Diversity and Inclusion policy and to analyse workforce diversity. We will not disclose it to your line manager / business unit and we will not use it to make decisions about your employment relationship with us.


How we use your information
We use the information we collect from you for the purposes of:
• our legitimate interests which will only apply where we consider that the legitimate interest is not overridden by your interests or rights which require protection of your data, such as the administration and management of your application with us, including the following purposes:
○ for facilitating recruitment;
○ for administration and operational purposes (for example, in relation to pay, benefits and personnel records);
○ for verifying compliance with our policies and procedures;
○ ensuring only authorised users have access to our premises or IT systems storing confidential investor information; and
○ business management and other legitimate business purposes.

Information that we share
We will disclose personal information of candidates as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2.

If you require further information regarding Franklin Templeton sharing your personal data with third party recipients, you may contact the Data Protection Officer.

9. Web-related collection of personal information 

Information we collect about users of Our Website and social media sites


We collect personal information about users through Our Website, and Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites such as Twitter and LinkedIn, including the following:
• Information users provide when they enter information on Our Website, such as when submitting a “Contact Us” message (such as name, email address, salutation);
• Information users provide when they subscribe to email newsletters, press releases or other periodicals through Our Website (such as name, email address, salutation, investor type and country of residence);
• Information users provide when posting content on social media sites;
• Information users provide in their social media bio;
• Information users provide when they respond to a survey or marketing communication, such as their opinions about our services and information about themselves (such as age range, services used, how they know us, their opinions of our services);
• Information users provide when they register for an online account through Our Website (such as name, email address, address, date of birth, unique identification numbers (e.g. client reference number, social security number). The decision to provide this information is optional. However, if the user decides not to provide such information, they may not be able to access certain content or features available on or through Our Website;
• Information captured in our web logs such as device information (e.g. device brand and model, screen dimensions), unique identification numbers (e.g. IP address and device ID), and browser information (e.g. URL, browser type, pages visited, date/time of access);
• Information captured by our cookies (see ‘Cookies, Tags and Similar Technologies’ section below);
• Advertising information (such as size/type of ad, ad impressions, location/format of ad, data about interactions with the ad);
• Behavioural information (such as information on the behaviour or presumed interests of individuals which are linked to those individuals and may be used to create a user profile); and
• Information users provide in connection with purchasing items from Our Website shops (such as name, payment card information, and billing and delivery address and purchase details).

Our Websites and online services are for individuals who are at least 18 years of age. Our online services are not designed to be used by minors under the age of 18.


In certain circumstances, where a website user does not provide personal information which is required (for example, in relation to our online services), we will not be able to perform our obligations under the contract with them or may not be able to provide them with products and services. We will make it clear if and when this situation arises and what the consequences of not providing the information will be for the website user.

How we use website and social media users’ information
We use the personal information we collect from Our Website users and individuals accessing Franklin Templeton web pages on social media sites for the purposes of:
• personalizing their experience of Our Website;
• monitoring social media content to manage relations with our customers and promote our business and brand;
• if there is an interaction on a social media site with a third party social media user that we consider that we should react on, passing a link to the content and third party’s profile to the department of interest;
• providing products and services that website users have requested;
• administering the website, investigating any complaints and providing customer service;
• providing website users and individuals accessing our web pages on social media sites with information and offers on products or services that may be of interest to them (see section above on Marketing Communications); and
• performing statistical and trend analysis to improve the user experience and performance of Our Website.

Please see below as regards information we collect through cookies and other tracking technologies.
We justify our processing on the following legal bases:
• consent to receiving our marketing communications (see section on Marketing Communications), where applicable. In the event that an individual wishes to withdraw their consent they will have an option to “Unsubscribe” or may contact the Data Protection Officer;
• performing our obligations under our contracts with users buying goods and services from our Webshop or registering online to receive our services or using our online services (subject to our separate terms and conditions of supply);
• compliance with the law or regulatory requirements; and
• pursuing our legitimate interests. A legitimate interest will apply only where we consider that it is not overridden by a website or social media user’s interests or rights which require protection of their personal information.

We have determined that our legitimate interests include the following:
○ Promoting our products, services and Funds through Our Website and other communications;
○ Monitoring, investigating and reporting any attempts to breach the security of Our Websites;
○ Improving the performance and user experience of Our Website;
○ Performing our obligations under our contracts with our users;
○ Managing our business and brand by monitoring our public profile and responding promptly to complaints;
○ Improving the security, performance and user experience of Our Website;
○ Targeting personalised marketing to website and social media users for the legitimate purposes of promoting our business and our brand.

If a website user or individual accessing our web pages on social media sites requires further information regarding our legitimate interests as applied to their personal information, they may contact the Data Protection Officer.

Survey Information: Occasionally we may ask users to participate in a brief survey to help us make smart choices as we look for ways to improve Our Website. Information users provide in response to such surveys will not be identified with them unless they consent.

Recipients of website and social media user data
We may disclose personal information of website and social media users as follows:
• to our affiliated Franklin Templeton group companies and entities, as detailed in Appendix 1, in order to process the data for the above mentioned purposes;
• and to relevant categories of third parties detailed in Appendix 2. 


External Links
Our Website may contain links to online websites or content operated and maintained by third parties, over which we have no control. Please consult the privacy policies of these third-party sites to become familiar with their privacy practices and to learn about any choices that these companies may offer you with respect to your personal information.

10. Cookies, tags and similar technologies
A cookie is a small text file which includes a unique identifier that is sent by a web server to the browser on your computer, mobile phone or any other internet enabled device when you visit an on-line site. Cookies and similar technologies are widely used to make websites work efficiently and to collect information about your online preferences. For simplicity, we refer to all these technologies as “cookies”.

Some of Our Website pages may contain electronic images known as web beacons (also known as clear gifs, tags or pixels) that allow us to count users who have visited our pages. Web beacons collect only limited information, e.g. a cookie number, time and date of a page view, and a description of the page on which the web beacon resides. We may also carry web beacons placed by third party advertisers. These beacons do not carry any information that could directly identify you.

How do we use cookies?
We use cookies and other tracking technologies to customise content and advertising, provide social media features and to see how our visitors move through Our Website. We use this information to make decisions about ways to improve the services we offer you.

We may engage third party tracking and advertising providers such as those named below to act on our behalf to track and analyse your usage of Our Website through the use of cookies. These third parties collect, and share with us, usage information about visits to Our Website and, sometimes by correlating this information with other information (e.g. your IP address), measure and research the effectiveness of our advertisements, track page usage, help us target our recommendations and advertising, and track use of our recommendations and advertisements.

Cookies and types of cookies we use
You can find more information about cookies and the types of cookies we use on our websites in the cookie register which can be found at: http://franklintempletonglobal.com/privacy/cookie-register.page.

Contact our Data Protection Officer at the address referred to in Appendix 1 of this Notice if you would like a hard copy of this register, or you have any specific queries regarding the cookies which are deployed on Our Website.

You can find more information about cookies, behavioural advertising and online privacy at www.allaboutcookies.org or www.youronlinechoices.com.

How do I reject cookies?
If you do not want to be tracked by Google Analytics cookies you can opt-out by installing a browser plug-in here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/.

If you do not want to be tracked by Marketo cookies you can opt-out by clicking the link here: http://www.franklintempletonglobal.com/marketo-optout.page?marketo_opt_ out=true

If you do not want to receive any cookies from our emails then do not download any images or click any links when you open the email. You may first have to disable automatic downloading of images on your email client.

At any time, you can prevent cookies from being set on your browser. For instructions on how to block, delete or disable cookies, please consult your browser’s ‘Help’ or ‘Support’ section. Please note that by deleting our cookies or disabling future cookies you may not be able to access certain areas or features of Our Website. Please also note that you cannot disable web beacons (clear gifs, pixels, tags) but these typically work in conjunction with other cookies and so will become largely ineffective if you disable cookies in your browser settings.

Please consult the following links for information on cookie management and blocking according to your browser:
Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/internet-explorer/delete- manage-cookies#ie=ie-11.
Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable- cookies-website-preferences
Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en Safari: https://support.apple.com/kb/PH19214?locale=en_GB

You can also find more information and manage cookie storage at https://www.aboutcookies.org/ and www.youronlinechoices.eu.

APPENDIX 1
FRANKLIN TEMPLETON GROUP COMPANIES & FUNDS


Franklin Templeton and all its group companies have access to information on individuals covered by this Notice. However, only appropriate data controllers have access to relevant employees and candidates data. Franklin Templeton Funds and their Management Companies act as joint-controller unless local jurisdiction states it differently.

Below our most impacted fund group companies and funds are noted. For a full list, please visit: www.franklintempletonglobal.com/privacy/fund-entities

How to Contact Us
If an individual wishes to exercise their individual rights, or to raise any questions, concerns or complaints concerning this Notice or on our privacy practices, they can contact us at the relevant address for their country listed below. The individual should address the envelope as follows: “FAO Data Protection Officer”.

Alternatively, our Data Protection Officer can be contacted directly at:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l.
8A, rue Albert Borschette 

L-1246 Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Email Address: DataProtectionOfficer@franklintempleton.com


Franklin Templeton Group Companies

AUSTRIA:
Franklin Templeton Austria GmbH 

Universitätsring 10
4th Floor, 1010 Vienna, Austria

BELGIUM:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l., Belgian Branch 

28 avenue Marnix
1000 Brussels, Belgium

FRANCE:
Franklin Templeton France SA 

20 Rue de la Paix
75002 Paris, France

GERMANY:
Franklin Templeton Investment Services GmbH
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited, German Branch

Mainzer Landstr. 16
D-60325 Frankfurt am Main. Germany

HUNGARY:
Franklin Templeton Magyarország Kft. 

1051 Budapest
Sas utca 10-12, 

Hungary

IRELAND:
Franklin Floating Rate Fund Plc (FFRF)
Franklin Emerging Market Debt Opportunities Fund (FTEMDOF)

JPMorgan House
International Financial Services Centre 

Dublin 1, Ireland

Franklin Liberty Shares ICAV (Irish ETF) 


78 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay
Dublin 2, Ireland

ITALY:
Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l., Italian Branch 

C.so Italia, n.1
20122 Milano, Italy

LUXEMBOURG:
Franklin Templeton Management Luxembourg S.A. 

Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l. 

Franklin Templeton Investment Funds (FTIF)
Franklin Templeton Series II Funds (FTSIIF)

Franklin Templeton Sharia Funds (FTSF)
Franklin Templeton Specialized Investment Funds (FTSIF)

Franklin Templeton Opportunities Fund (FTOF)
Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIIB SCSP
FTAIF-TSEMF V - Templeton Strategic Emerging Markets Fund V (private equity)

8A, rue Albert Borschette 

L-1246 Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

NETHERLANDS:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

World Trade Center Amsterdam
H-toren, 5e verdieping Zuidplein 36 

1077 XV Amsterdam, Netherlands

POLAND:
Templeton Asset Management (Poland) 

Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych S.A. 

Franklin Templeton Investments Poland Sp. z o.o. 

Franklin Templeton Fundusz Inwestycyjny Otwarty

Rondo ONZ 1, 29th Floor 

00-124 Warsaw, Poland

ROMANIA:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Ltd UK 

Fondul Proprietatea

Premium Point
78-80 Buzesti, 08th floor, District 1, Bucharest, Romania

SLOVAKIA:
Franklin Templeton Slovakia, s.r.o. 

Regus Business Centre, Karadzicova 8/A 

821 08 Bratislava, Slovakia

SPAIN:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

Calle Jose Ortega y Gasset, 29–5a planta
28006 Madrid, Spain

SWEDEN:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited 

Blasieholmsgatan 5
SE-111 48 Stockholm, Sweden

UNITED KINGDOM:
Franklin Templeton Investment Management Limited

Franklin Templeton Global Investors Limited

Franklin Templeton Fund Management Limited

Franklin Templeton Funds (OEIC)
Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust (TEMIT)

Cannon Place, 78 Cannon Street 

London EC4N 6HL, United Kingdom

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:
Templeton Growth Fund (TGF) Inc – Fund

P.O. Box 33030 St. Petersburg

Florida 33733-8030, USA

Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund, L.P (Series B/C) 

Franklin Templeton Private Real Estate Fund IIB, L.P. (TBC)

Corporation Trust Center, 1
209 Orange Street, County of New Castle 

Wilmington
Delaware 19801




APPENDIX 2
THIRD PARTY AND OTHER RECIPIENTS CATEGORIES


Employees Candidates
• Account Processing System suppliers
• Benefits and Pension Providers
• Business Contact database administrators
• Cloud-based solution providers
• Courts
• Document Archive, Storage and Destruction Suppliers
• Events Management Providers
• IT Systems Suppliers
• Payroll Providers
• Print Services Suppliers
• Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers
• Regulators
• Security or Police Authorities
• Social Media Providers
• Tax Authorities

• Account Processing System suppliers
• Business Contact database administrators
• Courts
• Events Management Providers
• Payroll Providers
• Print Services Suppliers
• Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers
• Recruitment Providers
• Regulators
• Security or Police Authorities
• Social Media Providers
• Tax Authorities




What these Third Parties do

Account Processing System suppliers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to service or maintain business contact databases, and systems processing account information, such as suppliers systems supporting Our Website.

Benefits and Pension Providers - Third parties who provide services or benefits on FT’s behalf, for employees.

Business Contact database administrators - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to service or maintain business contact databases, and systems processing account information, such as suppliers systems supporting FT’s Website(s).

Cloud-based solution providers - Third parties who provide cloud-based solutions such as Translations services, and Training solutions.

Courts - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Document Archive, Storage and Destruction Suppliers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to provide document archive and storage services.

Events Management Providers - Third parties working on FT’s behalf to plan, organise and facilitate events.

IT Systems Suppliers - Third parties who provide technical services specifically for IT systems.

Payroll Providers - Third parties who provide services on FT’s behalf, for employees.

Print Services Suppliers - Third parties who provide technical services specifically for print services.

Professional advisors, i.e. auditors and lawyers - Third parties who provide services to Franklin Templeton group companies, such as its professional advisers (e.g. auditors and lawyers).

Recruitment Providers - Third parties who provide recruitment services on FT’s behalf.

Regulators - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Security or Police Authorities - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

Social Media Providers - Social Media providers supporting Franklin Templeton web pages, such as Twitter and LinkedIn.

Tax Authorities - Competent third party authorities where required or requested by law, or where we consider it necessary.

 


 

 

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Data Protection Statement

Country: Italy

Language: Italian


Dipendenti e candidati 

Informativa sulla privacy e sui cookie

Versione 2.0



COME USIAMO LE TUE INFORMAZIONI

In Franklin Templeton rispettiamo la tua privacy e la fiducia che riponi in noi quando condividi le tue informazioni personali.
Di conseguenza, desideriamo farti sapere come gestiamo le informazioni personali che ci fornisci o che ci sono fornite da terzi. La presente Informativa ha lo scopo di spiegarti, in quanto Interessato, quale genere di informazioni personali raccogliamo su di te, perché e come le trattiamo in quanto titolari del trattamento. Le leggi in materia di protezione dei dati sono cambiate il 25 maggio 2018, con l’entrata in vigore del GDPR UE (Regolamento generale sulla protezione dei dati). La presente informativa illustra i tuoi diritti ai sensi di questo nuovo regolamento UE.

Potremo di volta in volta aggiornare la presente Informativa e tutte le eventuali nuove versioni saranno disponibili su MyFTI. Ti raccomandiamo di controllarlo periodicamente al fine di accertarti di essere sempre al corrente delle nostre prassi in materia di privacy.
I nostri impegni in tema di privacy nei tuoi confronti:
• Conserveremo i tuoi dati tutelandone la sicurezza e riservatezza
• Garantiremo che tu possa esercitare i tuoi diritti
• Formeremo i dipendenti FTI affinché gestiscano correttamente le tue informazioni personali.

1. A quali informazioni personali si applica la presente Informativa?
La presente Informativa descrive le nostre pratiche relative all’utilizzo di:
i) informazioni personali di dipendenti aventi sede nello Spazio Economico Europeo (SEE) oppure dipendenti al di fuori del SEE cui le società del nostro gruppo offrono servizi;
ii) informazioni personali di candidati aventi sede nel SEE o di candidati aventi sede al di fuori del SEE che presentano la propria candidatura per un’offerta di una società del gruppo FTI situata nel SEE.

2. Quali informazioni personali raccogliamo e perché?
Le leggi in materia di protezione dati prevedono che ci sia consentito usare informazioni personali (inclusa la loro condivisione con terzi) laddove abbiamo un motivo ragionevole per farlo.

Di conseguenza, dobbiamo avere uno o più dei motivi seguenti:
• Adempiere un contratto in essere con te;
• Quando è un nostro dovere legale;
• Quando è nel nostro legittimo interesse*;
• Quando ce lo consenti.

(*) Per nostro legittimo interesse si intende quando abbiamo una motivazione aziendale o commerciale per usare le informazioni. Tuttavia, non deve essere indebitamente contrario a ciò che è giusto e ottimale per te (maggiori dettagli sono disponibili su richiesta).

In generale, possiamo raccogliere i seguenti tipi di informazioni che ci fornisci direttamente o che acquisiamo tramite nostre terze parti:
• Informazioni che ti riguardano;
• Informazioni relative alla tua famiglia;
• Informazioni relative al tuo uso della nostra IT;
• Comunicazioni nel posto di lavoro e altre informazioni relative al tuo rapporto di lavoro con noi.

Le motivazioni del trattamento delle tue informazioni personali possono essere diverse in funzione del tuo profilo di Interessato. Ulteriori informazioni per il profilo di ogni Interessato sono riportate nella sezione 8.

Raccogliamo e utilizziamo informazioni personali sui dipendenti anche attraverso i Nostri Siti Web e le pagine web di Franklin Templeton in siti social come Twitter e LinkedIn; per maggiori informazioni, puoi consultare la sezione 9.

3. Quali sono i tuoi diritti?
Le persone fisiche hanno i seguenti diritti, in determinate circostanze, in relazione alle proprie informazioni personali:
• Diritto di accedere alle informazioni personali
• Diritto di rettificare le informazioni personali
• Diritto di limitare l’uso di informazioni personali
• Diritto di richiedere la cancellazione di informazioni personali
• Diritto di opporsi al trattamento di informazioni personali
• Diritto alla portabilità dei dati (in talune circostanze specifiche)
• Diritto a presentare un ricorso presso un’autorità di supervisione.

Se, come persona fisica, intendi esercitare questi diritti, puoi scaricare il modulo Richiesta di Diritti di Persona Fisica, disponibile sul sito web www.franklintempletonglobal.com/modulo-di-richiesta-di-diritti-di-sottoscrizione.pdf, oppure contattarci tramite l’indirizzo indicato nell’Appendice 1 della presente Informativa.

Di seguito è riportata una sintesi di ogni diritto e delle misure che puoi adottare per esercitarlo.

Qualora riceviamo una richiesta di esercitare uno di questi diritti, forniremo informazioni sull’azione da noi adottata in merito a tale richiesta senza indebiti ritardi e in ogni caso entro un mese dalla ricezione della richiesta. Tale periodo può essere prolungato di altri due mesi in determinate circostanze, per esempio in caso di richieste complesse o numerose.

Le informazioni saranno fornite gratuitamente, salvo laddove le richieste siano palesemente infondate o eccessive, in particolare a causa della loro natura ripetitiva. In tali eventualità potremo addebitare una commissione ragionevole oppure rifiutarci di dare corso alla richiesta. Ti comunicheremo le eventuali commissioni prima di procedere con una richiesta.

Potremo richiedere altre informazioni per verificare la tua identità, prima di adempiere a una richiesta; qualora ritenessimo che queste informazioni siano insufficienti, ci riserveremo il diritto di rifiutare la tua richiesta.

Laddove non diamo seguito a una richiesta, ti informeremo tempestivamente e, in ogni caso, entro un mese dalla stessa, spiegando le ragioni della mancata attuazione dell’azione richiesta.

Diritto di accedere alle informazioni personali
Le persone fisiche hanno il diritto di confermarci quanto segue:
• L’eventualità che trattiamo informazioni personali che le riguardano
• Alcune informazioni specifiche sul trattamento

Le persone fisiche hanno inoltre il diritto di accedere alle informazioni personali e di riceverne una copia.

Diritto di limitare il trattamento di informazioni personali
Le persone fisiche hanno il diritto di richiederci di limitare il trattamento delle loro informazioni personali in uno dei seguenti casi:
• Una persona contesta l’accuratezza delle informazioni personali. La limitazione si applicherà fino a quando non avremo adottato misure per verificare l’accuratezza delle informazioni personali;
• Il trattamento è illegittimo, ma una persona non vuole che le informazioni personali siano cancellate e ne richiede invece la limitazione;
• Non richiediamo più le informazioni personali ai fini del trattamento, ma sono ancora richieste da una persona in relazione a un diritto in sede giudiziaria;
• Una persona ha esercitato il diritto a opporsi al trattamento. La limitazione si applicherà fino a quando non avremo adottato misure per verificare se abbiamo basi giuridiche legittime convincenti per continuare il trattamento.

Diritto di opporsi al trattamento delle informazioni personali
Laddove le informazioni personali siano usate per iniziative di marketing mirate a una persona, questa ha il diritto di opporvisi in qualsiasi momento.

Una persona ha inoltre il diritto di opporsi al trattamento delle proprie informazioni personali laddove la base giuridica del trattamento sia nei nostri legittimi interessi. Dovremo sospendere il trattamento fino a quando non saremo in grado di verificare che abbiamo motivi legittimi convincenti per il trattamento, che prevalgono rispetto agli interessi, diritti e libertà della persona; in alternativa, dovremo continuare il trattamento per far valere, esercitare o difendere diritti in sede giudiziaria.

Diritto di rettificare le informazioni personali
Se una persona ritiene che le informazioni personali da noi detenute che la riguardano siano inaccurate, ne può richiedere la modifica. Può anche richiedere che le informazioni personali incomplete siano completate, anche fornendo una conferma scritta.

Diritto di richiedere la cancellazione di informazioni personali (“diritto all’oblio”)
Una persona può anche richiedere la cancellazione delle proprie informazioni personali in determinate circostanze, quali le seguenti (questo elenco non è esaustivo):
• Le informazioni personali non sono più necessarie per le finalità per le quali sono state raccolte o altrimenti trattate;
• Il trattamento si è basato su un consenso che è stato ritirato e non vi è alcun’altra base giuridica per il trattamento;
• La persona ha esercitato il diritto a opporsi al trattamento e non vi sono basi legittime prioritarie per la continuazione del trattamento.

Vi sono inoltre alcune eccezioni che ci consentono di rifiutare una richiesta di cancellazione, per esempio laddove le informazioni personali siano necessarie per rispettare un obbligo legale oppure per far valere, esercitare o difendere diritti in sede giudiziaria.

Se una persona richiede la cancellazione delle sue informazioni personali, ciò può teoricamente comportare l’eliminazione di documenti che conserviamo a suo beneficio, come, per esempio, la sua presenza in un elenco delle esclusioni. Dovrà quindi contattarci per fornire le sue informazioni personali, se desidera che le conserviamo in futuro.

Diritto alla portabilità dei dati
Laddove la nostra base giuridica si fondi sul consenso o sul fatto che il trattamento è necessario per l’esecuzione di un contratto di cui una persona sia un contraente e le informazioni personali siano trattate con mezzi automatici (es. elettronicamente), una persona ha il diritto di ricevere tutte le informazioni personali che ci ha fornito in un formato strutturato, comunemente usato e leggibile a macchina, nonché trasmettere questo direttamente a un altro titolare del trattamento, nei casi in cui ciò sia tecnicamente possibile.

Autorità di sorveglianza
Una persona ha inoltre il diritto di presentare un ricorso all’autorità di sorveglianza, in particolare nello Stato Membro dell’Unione Europea in cui è abitualmente residente, lavora o abbia avuto luogo la presunta violazione delle leggi in materia di protezione dei dati.

4. Comunicazioni commerciali
Se sei un dipendente o un candidato oggetto della presente Informativa, ti terremo aggiornato sui dettagli dei nostri prodotti e servizi via e-mail, usando le informazioni che hai fornito. Laddove richiesto da regolamenti e/o leggi, otterremo il consenso appropriato per usare i tuoi dati di contatto, inclusi i tuoi indirizzi e-mail. In ogni caso, puoi modificare le tue preferenze in riferimento a tali comunicazioni di marketing, contattandoci.

Inoltre, ci assicureremo che eventuali terzi che ci assistono nella commercializzazione dei nostri posti di lavoro vacanti, e servizi correlati, siano vincolati dall’obbligo contrattuale di proteggere la riservatezza delle tue informazioni personali e di utilizzarle soltanto per fornire i servizi che abbiamo richiesto loro di prestare.

5. Trasferimenti internazionali e condivisione dei dati
Le informazioni che ci fornisci potranno essere trasferite e conservate al di fuori del SEE (per esempio anche a una società all’interno del Gruppo FTI negli Stati Uniti e suoi fornitori terzi al di fuori del SEE) ed essere trattate da persone operanti al di fuori del SEE che lavorano per noi o uno dei nostri fornitori.

I paesi al di fuori del SEE in cui trasferiamo dati comprendono: Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Canada, Cina, Hong Kong, India, Giappone, Corea, Malesia, Singapore, Sudafrica, Svizzera, Turchia, Emirati Arabi Uniti e Stati Uniti.

Alcuni di questi paesi potrebbero non disporre di leggi in materia di protezione dei dati di livello equivalente a quelle vigenti nel tuo paese. Qualora dovessimo trasferire dati personali al di fuori del SEE, adotteremo misure per assicurare che le informazioni personali siano protette e tutelate dopo l’uscita dal SEE, anche utilizzando le Clausole Modello per la Protezione dei Dati UE approvate dalla Commissione Europea e consentite ai sensi dell’Articolo 46 del GDPR. Se desideri avere maggiori dettagli relativi a tali tutele, puoi richiederli al Data Protection Officer.

6. Periodi di conservazione
Conserveremo le tue informazioni personali oggetto della presente Informativa:
• Per dipendenti - per il periodo del tuo rapporto di lavoro e per un ragionevole periodo successivo, nel rispetto dei periodi di conservazione locali, indicati anche nella Politica FTI di conservazione della documentazione in Europa.
• Per candidati - Conserviamo i tuoi dati personali per tutto il tempo necessario in relazione alle finalità sotto identificate, e per un ragionevole periodo successivo, nel rispetto dei periodi di conservazione locali, indicati anche nella Politica FTI di conservazione della documentazione in Europa.

In determinate circostanze, i dati potranno essere conservati per un periodo di tempo più lungo, per esempio laddove intratteniamo una costante corrispondenza o sussista un’azione legale o indagine.

I nostri registri web sono conservati per 60 giorni a supporto di indagini e segnalazioni di eventuali tentate violazioni della sicurezza dei Nostri Siti Web.

7. Riservatezza e sicurezza
Abbiamo implementato ragionevoli misure tecniche e organizzative concepite per proteggere le informazioni personali da perdite accidentali e accesso, utilizzo, alterazione o divulgazione non autorizzati. I dipendenti di FTI sono tenuti a seguire specifiche procedure relative al mantenimento della riservatezza delle informazioni personali dei nostri investitori. Per proteggere le informazioni personali da noi trattate ci siamo inoltre dotati di sistemi di protezione fisici, elettronici e procedurali, quali l’effettuazione di valutazioni continue dei nostri sistemi contenenti le informazioni degli investitori e l’esecuzione di modifiche ove opportuno.

Tuttavia, per quanto riguarda le informazioni trasmesse via Internet, Internet è un sistema aperto e non possiamo garantire la sicurezza di qualsiasi informazione che una persona trasmette sul o attraverso il Nostro Sito Web o da noi altrimenti conservata, sebbene il Nostro Sito Web utilizzi un protocollo di trasferimento file sicuro, laddove sia appropriato.

8. Dettaglio dei dati soggetti al trattamento

Dipendenti
Informazioni che raccogliamo su di te
Raccogliamo informazioni relative al tuo rapporto di lavoro con noi. Sono fornite da te, create da noi (oppure per nostro conto) in relazione al tuo lavoro, oppure ottenute da terzi, ad esempio persone che hanno fornito referenze o agenzie di selezione del personale. Queste informazioni includono:
• Informazioni che ti riguardano, inclusi:
○ dati personali come nome, genere, data di nascita;
○ dati di contatto, tra cui indirizzo postale, numero di telefono, indirizzo e-mail;
○ hobby;
○ Curriculum vitae, modulo di candidatura, competenze, istruzione, formazione e dati sulla gestione della carriera;
○ dettagli logistici sull’attuale occupazione, come ruolo e sede;
○ dati finanziari relativi all’occupazione, quali stipendio, pensione, benefit e conto bancario;
○ dettagli di precedenti occupazioni;
○ status di immigrazione (dettagli del passaporto) e copia del tuo permesso di lavoro (per i dipendenti stranieri);
○ dettagli di formazione, valutazioni, assunzioni e dimissioni, rimostranze, indagini disciplinari e risultati (incluse violazioni presunte o effettive di politiche e procedure e segnalazioni di informatori), malattie, congedi, documentazione sanitaria e sulla sicurezza;
○ patente di guida, qualora tu debba viaggiare per motivi lavorativi;
○ appartenenza a sindacati, ma solo con il consenso o se altrimenti consentito dalla legge applicabile;
○ informazioni per questionari, come per esempio cosa pensi del rapporto di lavoro con noi e informazioni sulla diversità, come più dettagliatamente descritto di seguito;
○ laddove tu abbia accesso a locali FTI, potrebbero essere raccolte registrazioni TVCC per i legittimi interessi di Franklin Templeton in conformità alla legge locale (fatto salvo il tuo consenso in alcune giurisdizioni);
○ laddove tu abbia accesso a locali o sistemi in cui sono archiviate informazioni sugli investitori, le tue impronte digitali o altri dati biometrici, qualora tu fornisca il consenso. Il tuo nome e il tuo aspetto, nonché fotografie, video e/o registrazioni audiovisive a scopo di pubblicazione di materiale divulgativo, subordinatamente al tuo consenso e permesso.


• Informazioni relative alla tua famiglia, inclusi:
○ dati di contatto dei familiari o di altri (da usare in caso di emergenza);
○ numero e identità di familiari a carico e consorte / partner (eventuale); e
○ informazioni su beneficiari, inclusi nome e dati di contatto dei beneficiari delle benefit per i dipendenti e loro familiari; hobby.


• Informazioni relative al tuo uso dei nostri sistemi informatici, inclusi:
○ monitoraggio da parte del personale IT e tramite sistemi automatici del tuo utilizzo dei sistemi informatici di FTI, inclusi e-mail, sistemi Internet, computer, sistemi telefonici e dispositivi mobili; e
○ in alcuni casi, monitoraggio e accesso al contenuto delle tue e-mail e telefonate, nonché altro contenuto memorizzato su qualsiasi dispositivo FTI.


• Comunicazioni sul posto di lavoro e altre informazioni relative al tuo rapporto di lavoro con noi: inclusi:
○ e-mail, comunicazioni skype, telefonate e lettere;
○ viaggi di lavoro.

In alcune circostanze, dovrai fornirci i tuoi dati personali. Indicheremo chiaramente se e quando emerga tale situazione. Quest’esigenza può emergere nel caso in cui abbiamo l’obbligo di legge di ottenere da te alcune informazioni oppure qualora un requisito del tuo contratto preveda che tu ci fornisca determinate informazioni. Qualora tu non fornissi le informazioni necessarie, potremmo essere tenuti a concludere il tuo contratto di lavoro.

Monitoraggio dei sistemi IT
Il monitoraggio dei sistemi IT di FTI sarà sempre eseguito e autorizzato in conformità alla Politica di sicurezza delle informazioni di FTI. Puoi accedere a una copia di tale Politica dal nostro sito Intranet oppure contattandoci.

Monitoraggio della diversità
Nel corso del tuo rapporto di lavoro, durante la conduzione di sondaggi, potremmo chiedere il tuo consenso alla raccolta di informazioni su di te in conformità alla politica sulla diversità. Questi sondaggi ci aiutano a capire meglio il profilo demografico del nostro personale, adeguare con maggiore efficacia le nostre iniziative ai dipendenti e inviare un segnale forte e positivo che diversità e integrazione sono importanti per FTI. I tipi di informazioni che possiamo raccogliere comprendono: età, genere, identità di genere, orientamento sessuale, disabilità ed etnia. Puoi revocare il consenso in qualsiasi momento contattando il Data Protection Officer. Queste informazioni saranno usate solo da noi e Franklin Resources Inc., in conformità alla legge locale e subordinatamente al tuo consenso nella tua giurisdizione locale, e in relazione alla Politica sulla diversità e sull’integrazione del Gruppo FTI e allo scopo di analizzare la diversità della forza lavoro. Non le comunicheremo al tuo line manager / alla tua business unit e non le useremo per prendere decisioni in merito al tuo rapporto di lavoro con noi.

Modalità di utilizzo delle tue informazioni
Utilizziamo le informazioni che raccogliamo da te al fine di:
• adempiere ai nostri obblighi, o esercitare i nostri diritti, ai sensi del nostro contratto di lavoro con te;
• rispettare un obbligo legale cui siamo soggetti; e
• i nostri interessi legittimi si applicheranno solo laddove riteniamo che l’interesse legittimo non sia secondario ai tuoi interessi o diritti che richiedono la protezione dei tuoi dati, come per esempio l’amministrazione e la gestione del tuo rapporto con noi, anche per le seguenti finalità:
○ per facilitare le funzioni di gestione delle Risorse Umane (HR) (per esempio assunzione, sviluppo della carriera, gestione delle performance, gestione dei talenti e gestione dei reclami);
○ per fini operativi e di amministrazione dei dipendenti (per esempio in relazione a congedi, stipendi, benefit e documentazione HR);
○ per verificare la conformità alle nostre politiche e procedure;
○ per attività di marketing e altre promozioni aziendali;
○ a fini di backup, per facilitare la continuità operativa;
○ per ottemperare a qualunque obbligo contrattuale, legale o normativo;
○ per rilevare o prevenire eventuali comportamenti inappropriati o violazioni delle politiche FTI;
○ per monitorare il tuo utilizzo di comunicazioni elettroniche e sistemi informatici di FTI, inclusi l’accesso a Internet, e-mail e uso di sistemi telefonici, ivi compreso l’eventuale accesso al contenuto di tali comunicazioni in conformità alla Politica di sicurezza della informazioni di FTI;
○ per garantire che solo gli utenti autorizzati abbiano accesso ai nostri locali o sistemi in cui sono archiviate informazioni riservate sugli investitori; e
○ per finalità di gestione aziendale e altre attività legittime.

Informazioni da noi condivise
Comunicheremo le informazioni personali relative ai dipendenti esterni come segue:
• alla nostre entità e società affiliate del gruppo Franklin Templeton, indicate nell’Appendice 1, allo scopo di trattare i dati per le suddette finalità;
• e alle pertinenti categorie di terzi indicate nell’Appendice 2.
Per eventuali ulteriori informazioni sulla condivisione da parte di Franklin Templeton dei tuoi dati personali con destinatari terzi, puoi contattare il Data Protection Officer.

Candidati
Informazioni che raccogliamo su di te
Raccogliamo informazioni relative alla tua candidatura di lavoro presso la nostra società. Sono fornite da te oppure ottenute da terzi, ad esempio persone che hanno fornito referenze o agenzie di selezione del personale. Queste informazioni includono:
• Informazioni che ti riguardano, inclusi:
○ dati personali come nome, genere, data di nascita;
○ dati di contatto, tra cui indirizzo postale, numero di telefono, indirizzo e-mail;
○ hobby;
○ Curriculum vitae, competenze, istruzione, formazione e dati sulla gestione della carriera;
○ dettagli logistici sull’attuale occupazione, come ruolo e sede;
○ dati finanziari relativi all’occupazione, quali stipendio, pensione, benefit e conto bancario;
○ dettagli di precedenti occupazioni;
○ status di immigrazione (dettagli del passaporto) e copia del tuo permesso di lavoro (per i candidati stranieri);
○ laddove tu abbia accesso ai nostri locali, potrebbero essere raccolte registrazioni TVCC per i legittimi interessi di Franklin Templeton in conformità alla legge locale (fatto salvo il tuo consenso in alcune giurisdizioni).

Monitoraggio della diversità
Nel corso della tua candidatura di lavoro, durante la conduzione di sondaggi, potremmo chiedere il tuo consenso alla raccolta di informazioni su di te in conformità alla politica sulla diversità. Questi sondaggi ci aiutano a capire meglio il profilo demografico del nostro personale, adeguare con maggiore efficacia le nostre iniziative ai dipendenti e inviare un segnale forte e positivo che diversità e integrazione sono importanti per FTI. I tipi di informazioni che possiamo raccogliere comprendono: età, genere, identità di genere, orientamento sessuale, disabilità ed etnia. Puoi revocare il consenso in qualsiasi momento contattando il Data Protection Officer. Queste informazioni saranno usate solo da noi e Franklin Resources Inc., in conformità alla legge locale e subordinatamente al tuo consenso nella tua giurisdizione locale, e in relazione alla Politica sulla diversità e sull’integrazione del Gruppo FTI e allo scopo di analizzare la diversità della forza lavoro. Non le comunicheremo al tuo line manager / alla tua business unit e non le useremo per prendere decisioni in merito al tuo rapporto di lavoro con noi.

Modalità di utilizzo delle tue informazioni
Utilizziamo le informazioni che raccogliamo da te al fine di:
• i nostri interessi legittimi si applicheranno solo laddove riteniamo che l’interesse legittimo non sia secondario ai tuoi interessi o diritti che richiedono la protezione dei tuoi dati, come per esempio l’amministrazione e la gestione della tua candidatura, anche per le seguenti finalità:
○ per agevolare la selezione del personale;
○ per fini operativi e di amministrazione (per esempio in relazione a stipendi, benefit e documentazione del personale);
○ per verificare la conformità alle nostre politiche e procedure;
○ per garantire che solo gli utenti autorizzati abbiano accesso ai nostri locali o sistemi in cui sono archiviate informazioni riservate sugli investitori; e
○ per finalità di gestione aziendale e altre attività legittime.

Informazioni da noi condivise
Comunicheremo le informazioni personali dei candidati come segue:
• alla nostre entità e società affiliate del gruppo Franklin Templeton, indicate nell’Appendice 1, allo scopo di trattare i dati per le suddette finalità;
• e alle pertinenti categorie di terzi indicate nell’Appendice 2.

Per eventuali ulteriori informazioni sulla condivisione da parte di Franklin Templeton dei tuoi dati personali con destinatari terzi, puoi contattare il Data Protection Officer.

9. Raccolta di informazioni personali relative ad attività via web
Informazioni da noi raccolte in merito agli utenti del Nostro Sito Web e siti social media

Raccogliamo informazioni personali sugli utenti attraverso il Nostro Sito Web e le pagine web di Franklin Templeton in siti social come Twitter e LinkedIn, quali le seguenti:
• Informazioni fornite dagli utenti quando inseriscono dati nel Nostro Sito Web, come per esempio quando inviano un messaggio “Contattaci” (es. nome, indirizzo e-mail, formule di saluto);
• Informazioni fornite dagli utenti quando si iscrivono a newsletter via e-mail, ricezione di comunicati stampa o altre comunicazioni periodiche tramite il Nostro Sito Web (es. nome, indirizzo e-mail, formule di saluto, tipo di investitore e paese di residenza);
• Informazioni fornite dagli utenti quando postano contenuti su siti social;
• Informazioni fornite dagli utenti nelle loro biografie sui social media;
• Informazioni fornite dagli utenti quando rispondono a un sondaggio o una comunicazione commerciale, come per esempio le loro opinioni sui nostri servizi e informazioni che li riguardano (es. fascia di età, servizi usati, come ci hanno conosciuto, i loro pareri sui nostri servizi);
• Informazioni fornite dagli utenti quando si registrano su un conto online attraverso il Nostro Sito Web (quali nome, indirizzo e-mail, indirizzo, data di nascita, codici identificativi univoci (es. numero di riferimento cliente, codice fiscale). La decisione di fornire queste informazioni è facoltativa. Tuttavia, qualora l’utente decidesse di non fornire tali informazioni, potrebbe non riuscire ad accedere a determinati contenuti o funzioni disponibili nel o tramite il Nostro Sito Web;
• Informazioni raccolte nei nostri web log come per esempio dati sul dispositivo (per es. marca, modello e dimensioni dello schermo), codici identificativi univoci (es. indirizzo IP e ID dispositivo), nonché informazioni sul browser (es. URL, tipo di browser, pagine visitate, data/ora di accesso);
• Informazioni raccolte dai nostri cookie (cfr. la sezione “Cookie, tag e tecnologie simili” più avanti);
• Informazioni pubblicitarie (es. dimensione/tipo di pubblicità, ad impression, ubicazione/formato della pubblicità, dati su interazioni con la pubblicità);
• Dati comportamentali (es. informazioni sul comportamento o sui presunti interessi di persone fisiche collegate a tali persone e che potrebbero essere utilizzate per creare un profilo utente); e
• Informazioni fornite dagli utenti in relazione all’acquisto di articoli tramite il Nostro Sito Web (es. nome, dati relativi alla carta usata per il pagamento, dati relativi a fatturazione, indirizzo di consegna e acquisto).

I Nostri Siti Web e servizi online sono destinati a persone che abbiano compiuto almeno 18 anni. I nostri servizi online non sono destinati a essere usati da persone di età inferiore a 18 anni.

In determinate circostanze, laddove un utente del sito web non fornisca le informazioni personali richieste (per esempio in relazione ai nostri servizi online), non potremo adempiere ai nostri obblighi ai sensi del contratto con l’utente in questione, ovvero non saremo in grado di fornire prodotti e servizi. Indicheremo chiaramente, se e quando emerga tale situazione, e quali siano le conseguenze della mancata presentazione delle informazioni per l’utente del sito web.

Come utilizziamo le informazioni relative a utenti di social media
Usiamo le informazioni personali da noi raccolte in merito agli utenti dei Nostri Siti Web e alle persone che accedono alle pagine web di Franklin Templeton su siti social al fine di:
• personalizzare la loro esperienza nel Nostro Sito Web;
• monitorare i contenuti di social media per gestire le relazioni con i nostri clienti e promuovere la nostra attività e il nostro marchio;
• qualora vi sia un’interazione su un sito social con un utente di social media terzo cui riteniamo di dover rispondere, passare un link al contenuto e il profilo del soggetto terzo al dipartimento interessato;
• fornire prodotti e servizi richiesti dagli utenti del sito web;
• amministrare il sito web, svolgere indagini su reclami e fornire servizi ai clienti;
• fornire alle persone e agli utenti del sito web accesso alle nostre pagine web su siti social, informazioni e offerte su prodotti o servizi che potrebbero essere di loro interesse (cfr. la precedente sezione “Comunicazioni commerciali”); e
• eseguire analisi di tendenze e statistiche per migliorare l’esperienza degli utenti e le prestazioni del Nostro Sito Web.

Per quanto concerne le informazioni da noi raccolte mediante cookie e altre tecnologie di tracking, si rimanda alle sezioni seguenti.

Giustifichiamo il nostro trattamento sulla scorta delle seguenti basi giuridiche:
• consenso a ricevere le nostre comunicazioni commerciali (cfr. la sezione sulle Comunicazioni di Marketing), ove applicabile. Qualora una persona fisica desideri ritirare il consenso, può selezionare l’opzione “Annulla la sottoscrizione” oppure contattare il Data Protection Officer;
• rispetto dei nostri obblighi ai sensi dei nostri contratti con gli utenti che acquistano beni e servizi nel Nostro Sito Web o si registrano online per ricevere i nostri servizi o usare i nostri servizi online (fatti salvi i nostri termini e condizioni di fornitura separati);
• conformità a obblighi legali o normativi; e
• perseguimento dei nostri legittimi interessi. Un legittimo interesse si applicherà solo laddove riteniamo che non sia secondario agli interessi o diritti di un utente di social media o sito web, che richiedono protezione delle proprie informazioni personali.

Abbiamo appurato che i nostri legittimi interessi comprendono quanto segue:
○ Promuovere i nostri prodotti, servizi e Fondi attraverso il Nostro Sito Web e altre comunicazioni;
○ Monitorare, indagare e segnalare qualunque tentativo di violare la sicurezza dei Nostri Siti Web;
○ Migliorare la performance e l’esperienza utente del Nostro Sito Web;
○ Rispettare i nostri obblighi ai sensi dei contratti con i nostri utenti;
○ Gestire la nostra attività e il nostro marchio monitorando il nostro profilo pubblico e rispondendo tempestivamente ai reclami;
○ Migliorare la sicurezza, la performance e l’esperienza utente del Nostro Sito Web;
○ Rivolgere marketing personalizzato agli utenti di siti web e social per il fine legittimo di promuovere la nostra attività e il nostro brand.

Se una persona o un utente di sito web che accede alle nostre pagine web su siti social richiede ulteriori informazioni sui legittimi interessi applicati alle sue informazioni personali, può contattare il Data Protection Officer.

Informazioni ottenute da sondaggi: Di tanto in tanto potremmo chiedere agli utenti di partecipare a brevi indagini che ci aiutano a individuare modi efficaci per migliorare il Nostro Sito Web. Le informazioni fornite dagli utenti in risposta a tali sondaggi non saranno identificate e associate a loro, salvo ove gli utenti abbiano concesso il consenso.

Destinatari dei dati degli utenti di siti web e social
Potremo divulgare le informazioni personali degli utenti di siti web e social come segue:
• alle nostre entità e società affiliate del gruppo Franklin Templeton, indicate nell’Appendice 1, allo scopo di trattare i dati per le suddette finalità;
• e alle pertinenti categorie di terzi indicate nell’Appendice 2.

Link esterni
Il Nostro Sito Web può contenere link ad altri siti web o contenuti gestiti e mantenuti da terzi, sui quali non abbiamo alcun controllo. Consulta le politiche sulla privacy di tali siti terzi in modo da acquisire familiarità con le loro politiche sulla privacy e conoscere le eventuali opzioni che queste società possono offrirti relativamente alle tue informazioni personali.

10. Cookie, tag e tecnologie simili
Un cookie è un piccolo file di testo contenente un elemento di identificazione unico che viene inviato da un server web al browser sul tuo computer, telefono cellulare o a qualsiasi altro apparecchio collegato a Internet quando visiti un sito online. I cookie e le tecnologie simili sono generalmente utilizzati per far funzionare in modo efficiente i siti web e raccogliere informazioni sulle tue preferenze online. Per semplicità, definiremo tutte queste tecnologie come “cookie”.

Alcune pagine del Nostro Sito Web possono contenere immagini elettroniche note come web beacon (conosciute anche come gif trasparenti, tag o pixel) che ci consentono di contare gli utenti che hanno visitato le nostre pagine. I web beacon raccolgono soltanto informazioni limitate, ad esempio numero di cookie, ora e data di visualizzazione di una pagina e la descrizione della pagina in cui è situato il web beacon. Possiamo anche gestire web beacon collocati da società pubblicitarie terze. Tali beacon non contengono informazioni che potrebbero identificarti direttamente.

In che modo utilizziamo i cookie?
Utilizziamo cookie e altre tecnologie di tracciamento per personalizzare contenuti e messaggi pubblicitari, fornire contenuti sui social media e osservare il modo in cui i nostri visitatori si muovono nel Nostro Sito Web. Utilizziamo queste informazioni per decidere in che modo migliorare i servizi che offriamo.

Possiamo incaricare fornitori pubblicitari e servizi di tracciamento terzi, come quelli di seguito indicati, di agire per nostro conto al fine di controllare e analizzare il tuo utilizzo del Nostro Sito Web attraverso l’uso di cookie. I terzi raccolgono e condividono con noi informazioni sull’uso effettuato nelle visite del Nostro Sito Web e talvolta correlano tali informazioni con altri dati (es. il tuo indirizzo IP), misurano e ricercano l’efficacia dei nostri annunci pubblicitari, tracciano l’impiego delle pagine, ci aiutano a mirare a un pubblico specifico raccomandazioni e pubblicità, nonché tracciare l’uso delle raccomandazioni e dei nostri annunci pubblicitari.