Privacy policy

  1. What is the content of this Privacy Policy?

In our company, we obtain various types of personal data. In this statement, we inform you about all these acquisitions of personal data, as provided for by the revised Data Protection Act (FADP) of 25 September 2020 (SR 235.1).

  1. Who are we?

If you would like to contact us about data protection, please use the following contact options:

Oertly Consulting GmbH

Dr. Fredy Oertly
Hubrainstrasse 40
CH-8124 Maur

Mobile: +41 79 621 21 90

  1. What personal data is obtained?

On the one hand, as a company, we receive personal data that we receive directly from you. This may be done through communication or other interactions with us. On the other hand, it is possible that we receive personal data from third-party sources. This can be done in particular in the following cases:

The focus is on obtaining contact details via the website and the linked contact form. In addition, the acquisition of data can be carried out through information provided by credit assessment companies. It is also conceivable to obtain personal data about a customer, in connection with an order, about an employer (e.g. in B2B relationships) or in the form of references. In addition, information may be obtained from public registers (e.g. excerpts from the commercial register) or we may collect information that we receive in connection with possible legal proceedings. Further acquisition of personal data is conceivable via recommendations, publications or in the digital environment (e.g. social media).

  1. Is personal data transferred abroad?

It is possible to transfer personal data abroad. This is primarily done in countries with an adequate level of data protection, including the EU, EEA and the United Kingdom (UK). If personal data is transferred to other regions of the world, this is done exclusively in accordance with Art. 16 FADP. Accordingly, the conclusion of EU standard contractual clauses approved by the FDPIC is necessary. Exceptionally, however, there may also be other guarantees or other obligations (e.g. a legal obligation or foreign court proceedings).

  1. For what purposes is personal data obtained?

The purposes for which we collect personal data relate not only to your interactions with this website, but also to all other matters within the company. In addition to communication purposes (e.g. by telephone), this applies in particular to the processing of our contractual services or our marketing activities, whether analogue (e.g. brochures) or digital (e.g. e-mails). The acquisition of data is also necessary for the operation of our website and any infrastructures. In addition, various administrative activities also require the acquisition of personal data, e.g. in the context of internal risk analyses. Personal data may also be collected in a legal context (e.g. compliance, litigation or fraud prevention), to maintain security or for training purposes.

  1. Use of cookies

In order to make the visit to the website as attractive as possible and to enable the use of certain functions, cookies may be used. These are small text files that are stored on your computer. Many of these cookies are deleted after the end of the browser session, i.e. when you close your browser (session cookies). Other cookies remain on your computer and allow us to recognise the browser you are using on your next visit (persistent cookies). You can set your browser so that you are informed about the setting of cookies and decide individually whether to accept them. Please note that non-use of cookies may limit the functionality of the website.

  1. To whom is personal data disclosed?

In addition to service providers, personal data may also be passed on to suppliers, customers, partners, authorities, credit agencies or other third parties. With these third parties, the focus is on applications that interact with the website. These include:

  • Google Analytics: web analysis, reach measurement and measurement of various user flows; Service providers: Google Ireland Limited, Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland; Privacy Policy:
  • Google Analytics 4: user analysis based on a pseudonymous user identification number and to ensure reliable operation, with Google signals* for remarketing and a storage period of 14 months; Service providers: Google Ireland Limited, Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland; Privacy Policy:
  • Virtualtec: website and mail hosting; Service provider: Virtualtec Solutions AG, Badenerstrasse 808, 8048 Zurich, Switzerland; Privacy Policy:
  1. Storage period

We will only process your personal data for as long as is necessary for the purpose for which it was originally obtained. After that, they are deleted or archived; exceptionally, the data must be further processed in order to fulfil legal obligations (e.g. statutory retention periods) or other legitimate interests.

  1. What are your rights?

Within the framework of the rights of data subjects, you have the opportunity to obtain information about your data, to correct the data or to have it deleted. Please contact us in writing or by e-mail at the offices set out in No. 2 coordinates. We reserve the right to verify your identity in advance (e.g. by presenting a copy of your ID/passport).

  1. Amendment of the Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy may be amended. Any future adjustments will be made on this website, if necessary a message will also be sent by e-mail. Please make sure that you visit this website regularly and check whether there have been any adjustments or changes.

  1. Date of this Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy was last updated in March 2024.