Data protection

Data is being generated in more plentiful supply than ever before. Many factors are driving this data abundance including regulatory requirements calling for greater transparency and accountability, an increase in the number of data elements that can be captured per transaction, and unprecedented technological innovation leading to more service and process digitisation. 

On 25 May 2018, the new EU regulation General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect. The new regulation introduces stricter rules for how companies and organisations handle personal data and increases data protection.

At Euroclear, we take the protection of your personal integrity seriously and we want you to feel comfortable with leaving your personal data with us.

We have published privacy notices for our clients, suppliers and job applicants, describing how we handle your personal data. In the privacy notice you can also learn about your rights to your data and how you can exercise your rights.

Contact us

For all your questions about how ESES handles personal data, please contact our Data Protection Officer.

Euroclear Finland

On this page you will find information around privacy notices such as:

Privacy notices

  • for clients
  • for suppliers
  • for job applicants
  • website privacy and cookie policy

Legal documentation

Data subject rights

The General Data Protection Regulation grants residents of the European Union several rights regarding the processing of their personal data.

To help you, we provide you with a clear template that allows to exercise your rights with regards to the personal data we may hold about you.

Contact us

For all your questions about how Euroclear Finland handles personal data, please contact our Data Protection Officer via DPO.Finland@euroclear.eu.

Euroclear Sweden

On this page you will find information around privacy notices such as:

Privacy notices

  • for clients
  • for suppliers
  • for job applicants
  • Attendants at General Meetings

Legal documentation

Data subject rights

The General Data Protection Regulation grants residents of the European Union several rights regarding the processing of their personal data.

To help you, we provide you with a clear template that allows to exercise your rights with regards to the personal data we may hold about you.

Contact us

For all your questions about how Euroclear Sweden handles personal data, please contact our Data Protection Officer.

Sonia De Keyzer

Contact us

For all your questions about how Euroclear UK & Ireland handles personal data, please contact our Data Protection Officer.