Categories of Personal data processing
1. Personal details such as your name, gender, age, date of birth, email address, postal address, telephone or mobile number and identifiers such as passport number;
2. Family, lifestyle and social circumstances such as details about current marriage and partnerships and marital history, details of family and dependents;
3. Technical information and other information about your visits to our website/Pensions Portal.
1. To notify you about our services and changes to our services; T conduct member satisfaction surveys; For internal record keeping.
2. To carry out our obligations arising from any agreement that we have with, or concerning, you and to provide you with the information, benefits and services that you request from us.
3. To improve the services we provide to you and the way our website and Pensions Portal works.
1. Performance of a contract. Legitimate interest to run an effective business.
2. Performance of a contract. Legitimate interests to run an effective business.
3. Legitimate interest to ensure our website and Pensions Portal is operating effectively.
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