Data submitted by listed companies regarding management transactions.
SIX Exchange Regulation considers it important to disclose how personal data is treated. Because it respects the privacy of the individuals who have supplied SIX Exchange Regulation with their personal data ("persons obligated to report" as per Art. 3 Directive Management Transactions) and safeguards their best interests, the data entrusted to SIX Exchange Regulation is handled in the strictest confidence. SIX Exchange Regulation makes every effort to protect the database with all reasonable means against unauthorised access, data loss and abuse.
SIX Exchange Regulation treats all such personal data in accordance with currently valid data-protection legislation. SIX Exchange Regulation fundamentally commits itself to using the personal data only for the indicated purpose, and to neither sell nor forward that data to third parties. Data may be used for monitoring purposes. In particular, it is possible that state investigation authorities may obtain certain data from SIX Exchange Regulation by means of a disclosure order.
Right to information
Data protection law grants every individual the right to know which of his or her personal data SIX Exchange Regulation has stored in its database.
SIX Exchange Regulation periodically examines whether any supplementations or adaptations are required with regard to data protection. All related changes will be published on this page.