As a result of Data Protection legislation and associated regulation, which includes GDPR, you are entitled to be assured that your personal data is collected, processed and stored for specific purposes and that this is done so securely and confidentially. We, as Data Controllers, have responsibilities under Data Protection laws to inform you of the data we collect, why we collect it, how we process it and with whom it will be shared. This is set out in our Privacy Notice, a copy of which you may already have been given.
Should you require any further details or wish to enquire on the details we hold on you please contact the firm’s Data Protection Representative via the following:
Post: Data Protection Representative, Shelley Capital Management LLP, Kenwood House, 77a Shenley Road, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, WD6 1AG
Shelley Capital Management LLP lending activities only relates to commercial borrowers and such activities will not involve lending to an owner-occupier of the property. These activities are not subject to FCA regulation and Shelley Capital Management LLP is therefore not required to be regulated by the FCA.
Shelley Capital Management LLP is registered with the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) as Data Controllers and the firm’s entry can be searched at: https://ico.org.uk/esdwebpages/search
Data Protection legislation provides you with express rights which include the right to request erasure of your data; correct data or request a copy of any data held.
You have a right to complain, via our Data Protection Representative, in regards to how and why we process, or any errors we have made in the processing of, your data. Your complaint can also be made to the Information Commissioners Office:
Post: ICO, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, SK9 5AF
Telephone: 0303 123 1113
A ‘cookie’ is a piece of data that a website transfers to the internet browser on your computer’s hard disk, which lets the website “remember” who you are. It will usually contain a unique, randomly generated, number. Major commercial and business websites generally employ cookies. They cannot be used by themselves to identify you, and we will not attempt to use them for this purpose. You can delete cookies manually – if you wish to do so, please consult your browser help manual. (There are also websites that can provide guidance on how to do this.) “Session cookies” stay in your browser only until you close it. “Persistent cookies” stay in your browser for longer – how long depends on the “lifetime” of the relevant cookie.
Use of ‘Cookies’
We use session cookies to allow you to carry information across pages and avoid you having to re-type it. We may use persistent cookies so we can recognise your number (but not identify you further) when you return to our website, and, potentially, to enable us to note your interests, and arrange or edit content to match your interests, or those of borrowers generally, in a better way. Third parties may also serve cookies through this website. They may be used to put together statistics to help understand how people use the site, or to check whether, and how often, particular content is being viewed.
Some pages may contain these electronic markers to allow us to count up the people who have visited these pages. They collect limited information, including the time when the page was viewed, and the cookie number. We may also carry web beacons placed by third party advertisers in order to track a campaign’s effectiveness, but, again, these will not collect information that would allow you to be identified personally.