Privacy Law for Finance Professionals
In the last couple of years data protection has become increasingly important. Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), companies need to comply with more stringent privacy rules than before. This is especially relevant for finance professionals since they typically deal with large quantities of personal data, including sensitive personal data. In view of the possible fines of up to EUR 20 million or 4% of the annual worldwide turnover of a company, it is important for any organization that they are fully aware of all the privacy requirements that apply in The Netherlands.
The full day course ‘Privacy Law for Finance Professionals”, provides an overview of the current requirements companies must comply with. Via short in-class cases that are relevant for finance professionals, participants learn how to apply the various legal concepts themselves.
Finance professionals who are looking for a practical insight into or have a role in the application of the GDPR in their company.
Upon completing this course, the participants will be able to:
- Better understand and apply in their practice key aspects of data protection law under the GDPR.
- Determine the most suitable processing ground for a processing operation in the field of finance.
- Perform Data Privacy Impact Assessment.
- Know how to maintain a processing register.
- Determine what sort of data processing or data protection agreement must be concluded.
- Identify data protection risks.
- Introduction to privacy and data protection law, key concepts and scope of privacy law.
- Privacy principles and processing grounds.
- Main privacy obligations under the GDPR.
- Data subjects’ rights and enforcement.
- An interactive one-day course with a strong practical focus,
- The didactical methods include group discussions, case studies, exercises and team assignments,
- An overview of suggested literature is available for advance preparation.