Priority Group – Personal Data Policy

Priority Group works to ensure that your integrity is protected when using our services. Our goal is to ensure that you feel that your personal integrity is respected and that your personal data is handled in an appropriate, transparent, and legal manner. We are responsible for making sure that personal data managed by Priority Group is only used for the stated purposes and that it is protected from unauthorized access. All management of personal data within Priority Group is in line with applicable personal data regulations. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is valid from the 25th of May within EU/EEA.

What kind of personal data do we manage?

When you cooperate with us, use our services, or visit our website, you may be asked to share information with us. We also save some of the information that you share when contacting us. We save the following types of data:

  • Contact details: name, phone number, e-mail address, or home address.
  • Particularly sensitive information, such as your personal identity number, is only managed when absolutely necessary and with limited access and safety measures.

The purpose of managing personal data

Priority Group manages your personal data for the following purposes:

  • To provide and administer products and services according to agreements.
  • To enable communication and maintain a relationship with you before, during, and after agreements or collaborations.
  • For marketing purposes, such as information regarding our services.

The legal basis for managing personal data

Priority Group manages the information required to complete what we, according to agreements, are obligated to do. After the agreements have been signed, we save necessary data based on legal obligations such as Bokföringslagen and limitation periods. In the case of agreements requiring the management of particularly sensitive information, such as your personal identity number, all particularly sensitive information will be deleted a maximum of 30 days after legal grounds or consent have been discontinued.

Based on legitimate interest, we save contact details after closed agreements with the aim of taking part in similar collaborations. We save the contact details of prospective clients after mutual interest has been demonstrated. We reexamine contacts yearly to maintain relevant contact details.

Who has access to your personal data?

There is a possibility that your data will be handled by data processors or controllers. For example, data may be disclosed to authorities, auditors, or lawyers in accordance with legal obligations and practice. We will not sell or share your personal data to a third party in any other manner, unless it occurs in accordance with this policy.

 Your rights and contact information

You are welcome to contact us at any time if you want to receive more information regarding our work with your personal data, or if you want to change, remove, or obtain information regarding your data. In some cases, we have to keep the data for legal purposes. You are also entitled to file a complaint with an applicable supervisory authority if you believe that your personal data is being managed in conflict with applicable personal data legislation. For contact information, see below:

Data Protection Officer:

Viktor Möllenborg
+46 73 912 28 53