Privacy policy

Archipelago partners



The aim of this policy is to establish Personal Data protection standards that will comply with statutory requirements imposed by the General Data Protection Regulation EU 2016:679 (“GDPR”) and other national laws requiring an adequate data protection standard.


Personal Data is only to be collected and processed for legitimate business purposes to the extent allowed by applicable law or if consent has been obtained from the registered person. In addition, Personal Data may only be processed for the purposes for which it was originally collected or for business purposes that are compatible with the original business purposes.


Archipelago Partners AB (the Company) collects personal data such as company, names, surnames, title, function, telephone, e-mail, addresses and other contact information.


This data is used by the Company for invoicing, giving information concerning products and carrying out the provision of services, enabling business connections as well as for marketing and as data for statistical purposes and service/product development.


The Company may save or document any communication between you and the Company. Hence, the Personal Data that is stored can include any other information that you may have shared about yourself in e-mails, phone calls, or via any other form of communication. We do this to provide better, more personalized and more effective service in your future interactions with Archipelago Partners. The Processing of Personal Data concerning racial and ethnic origin, political opinion, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, health, or sexual orientation shall be avoided at all times.


Personal data may be transferred to the Company’s partners. If we share your Personal Data, the third party is required to process the information in a safe and accurate way and they are contractually bound to comply with external requirements of data protection and all other applicable regulatory and legal obligations. Personal data is transferred to government entities/authorities only when this is required to fulfill legal obligations or to comply with binding decisions or court order.


Personal Data shall be accurate, complete and kept up-to-date. Reasonable steps must be taken to ensure that inaccurate or incomplete data are deleted or corrected.


Personal Data shall be deleted if it is no longer needed for the business purposes for which it was originally collected and stored having due regard to any legal obligation to preserve records. Upon request the Company will provide you with more information on the exact retention periods applying to your personal data in each case.


There shall be appropriate and commercially reasonable technical, physical and organizational measures to keep Personal Data confidential and secure and protect the data against all unlawful forms of processing. Persons who have access to Personal Data shall only be those whose function and responsibility require the processing of such Personal Data. The right of access shall be restricted according to the nature and scope of the individual function and responsibility.


The registered person shall be able to make his/her choices and preferences known to Archipelago Partners. Hence, a registered person shall be able to request an overview of the Personal Data processed by or on behalf of the Company. The registered person shall be able to request rectification, deletion or blockage of his/her Personal Data and object to the processing of his/her personal data. The Company shall comply with such a request to the extent it does not prejudice the performance of a contract with the registered person or any legal obligation to preserve records. If a registered person objects to the use of his/her Personal Data for marketing purposes, then this data may not be used for such marketing purposes.




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The Managing Partner of Archipelago Partners AB supervises the compliance with this policy and national and international data protection regulations. Any requests or complaints shall be directed to your regular contact within our Company or the Managing Partner on


Finally, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection’s (IMY)

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