Privacy Policy

Data privacy is critical to organisations and individuals and we want to make it easier for you to understand what happens with your data and the control you have over it.

Effective 25th May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will unify existing European privacy laws with the aim of protecting the privacy and enhancing the control of personal data for EU Citizens. GDPR is generally considered to be the gold standard of data Protection putting a premium on the protection of data subjects.

At Neueda we pride ourselves on Trust and Respect. Central to this value is our dedication to transparency therefore in line with the GDPR we have simplified our policies making it clear how we collect, use, store and share your data safely and securely.

If you register with us you will be provided with a Data privacy statement to set out how your data will be stored, secured, used, updated and deleted. Please see below for the principles that guide these policy documents.

Neueda’s Privacy Principles:

What Personal Data We Collect

Under the GDPR Personal Data is understood to mean all information that can be used on its own or with other information to identify, contact or locate an individual. We commit to collecting only the information that is required.

How We Use Personal Data

Personal data is required to fulfil many of our business functions. We will use your personal information by agreement with yourselves and only where it is necessary and in line with our Privacy policies.

WHY We Share Personal Data

We rely on partners and third-party solutions to support our daily business. To make use of these services some personal data is required to be shared. We have strict safeguards in place to ensure that any transfer of data to our partners is appropriate and that their security, systems, processes and procedures are aligned with ours and in keeping with new GDPR regulations.

How Long We Keep Data

Numerous measures have been put in place to ensure all Personal Data is processed securely and is kept for no longer than is necessary and agreed. Each policy will outline how long each element will be retained for.

Data Subject Rights

There are eight specific rights that EU citizens have, to control what we do with their information.

Legally you have the right to ask what information an organisation is holding on you and request a copy of it, why it is being processed, who it is being shared with and for it to be deleted. People have the right to object to their data being used and also the right for their data to be transferred. Data subjects can update personal data if they believe anything is not accurate or up to date and withdraw their consent to processing at any time.

You are in control!

Should you wish to exercise your rights, make a complaint or enquire further on Neueda’s Data Policies please contact us by email @

Last Updated 23/05/2018