View this page in: Dansk Below, we have set out PricewaterhouseCoopers Statsautoriseret Revisionspartnerselskab’s (“PwC” or ”we”) policy for the processing of personal data provided by you when visiting the PwC website and using its various services.

PwC’s collection of personal data

We collect personal data voluntarily provided by you on PwC’s website or for which you gives us your explicit consent to collect.

When does PwC collect personal data?

When you visit, PwC will always notify you prior to collecting your personal data. You decide whether to provide your personal data. The use of services on PwC’s website, such as booking of meetings, requests for PwC to contact you, use of our whistle-blower arrangement or job applications, requires, however, that you provide certain personal data. This also applies if you register for courses, events and newsletters.

PwC may offer you the opportunity to participate in interactive forums where you may communicate with other users of PwC’s websites. Before using these facilities, please read our disclaimer on the use of PwC’s websites. Any message you send online may be read by anyone with access to the forum in question, and PwC does not assume any responsibility in this respect.

Data collected

The personal data collected by PwC may comprise your name, e-mail address, company address, title as well as other identification data and login, if assigned in connection with the use of PwC’s services.

Purpose of the data collection

PwC collects your personal data for the purpose of performing registration procedures or providing a given service to you, registering you for requested facilities or sending you newsletters and other information about our business and services, if requested. Moreover, PwC collects your personal data for internal market analyses and statistics. Only at request, you will receive e-mails or other communication from PwC, including newsletters, proposals, etc. At any time, you may notify PwC if you do not wish PwC to contact you.

PwC’s disclosure of personal data

Your personal data will be disclosed to entities and enterprises owned by PwC only, including subsidiaries and associates. Without your explicit consent, personal data will not be disclosed to any external party unless in accordance with law. PwC will neither use nor disclose personal data to any party for marketing purposes, including advertising e-mails, unless you have requested and consented thereto.

Further, PwC may disclose your personal data to public authorities or others to the extent it is required under present law or by a competent court.

Third party data processors

PwC may choose to use data processors, including providers of software, website hosting, backup, security and storage. Therefore, your personal data will be passed to and stored by third parties engaged by PwC to process your personal data on behalf of PwC. Data processors use your personal data only for the specific purposes for which the data were collected.

Your personal data may be transferred to other countries outside the EU/EEA, or countries without laws providing special protection for personal data.

PwC imposes on these data processors the obligation to treat your personal data as confidential and to take the necessary technical and organisational security measures to ensure that data are not accidentally or illegally destroyed, lost, corrupted or misused, brought to the knowledge of unauthorised persons, or otherwise treated in conflict with the Danish Act on Processing of Personal Data.

Storing of personal data

PwC will store personal data only as long as is necessary to fulfil the purposes for which the data were collected.

Protection of personal data

Endeavouring to ensure full protection of quality and integrity of personal data, PwC has implemented security measures in this respect.

Right of access to data processed by PwC

You have the right of access to your personal data processed by PwC. You moreover have the right to object to data collection and to further processing of your personal data. You may contact PwC at this e-mail address.

PwC’s use of cookies

Our website uses cookies. Cookies are small text files that are stored in the web browser on your computer, smartphone, iPad or any other device you use for net surfing when you visit our website. Cookies enable the recognition of your computer etc. and collection of information about your net activity, including what sites and features are visited by your browser, and ensure that the website works in technical terms. In some cases, a cookie is the only way for a website to work as intended. A cookie is a passive file, and it cannot collect any information on your computer, spread computer virus or other malware. Cookies are anonymous and contain no personal data. Cookies are used by almost all websites.

Read more about PwC’s use of cookies here: Cookies.

Confirmation or deletion of personal data

If you want PwC to confirm or delete personal data collected about you, or if you no longer want to receive PwC’s newsletters, you may unsubscribe using this e-mail address.


The rules applicable to PwC’s processing of your personal data are set out below.
The Danish Act on Processing of Personal Data
Guidance on the rights of the data subjects