CVR Global LLP (“CVR”) is a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales (No. OC398681) whose registered office is at 20 Furnival Street, London EC4A 1JQ. CVR is an independent provider of restructuring, insolvency, advisory and forensic services. All partners holding office in an insolvency matter are authorised to act as Insolvency Practitioners in the UK by The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW) and do so without personal liability. When acting as Joint Administrators, Insolvency Practitioners manage the affairs, business, and assets of the company, acting as agent of the company. Insolvency Practitioners (‘IP’) of the firm are bound by the Insolvency Code of Ethics when carrying out all professional work relating to an insolvency appointment.
The Partners of CVR are:
CVR reserves the right to monitor communications on its website and other communications, including email. CVR Global LLP holds a data protection registration (No. ZA133045). CVR’s person responsible for data protection is Christine Kerr (email email@example.com).
Other entities connected to CVR are:
CAVALRY a trading style of CVR
Business Credit Management (UK) Ltd t/a CreditMan (a company wholly owned by CVR)
CVR Global (BVI) Limited (a subsidiary of CVR)
CVR’s website is owned and operated by CVR in conjunction with Blue Ethos Ltd. Its content provides general information on matters of interest and should not be acted upon without seeking professional advice from one of our Licenced Insolvency Practitioners or Partners. Every effort has been taken to ensure the information detailed on the site is accurate and current, however CVR does not guarantee or warrant that the information contained within the website is complete or free from errors or viruses, and it is subject to change at any time and without notice. CVR and any of its associated entities accept no liability for loss or damage whatsoever and howsoever arising from any decision or action taken or not taken as a consequence of information detailed on the site or access and use of the website generally. The site may contain links to third party organisations controlled and maintained by others. CVR is not responsible for the content of such sites nor does CVR endorse any of these sites, their information, products or services. All copyright, trademarks and other intellectual property rights in this website and its contents (including but not limited to design, graphics and software) are owned by CVR or used, by CVR, under licence. You must not establish a link from any website to any site owned by CVR without the prior written consent of CVR’s compliance department (Compliance email: firstname.lastname@example.org). The site must not be framed on any other website. In the event you forward a link of our website to a third-party individual you do so without the consent of CVR and on the basis that you believe the recipient is likely to be happy to receive such an email link. This Legal Statement and all terms and conditions on this site are governed by and shall be construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales. In the event of a dispute all matters shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
Internet browsers have in-built facilities for storing small files- “cookies” – that hold information which allows a website to recognise your account. Our website takes advantage of this facility to enhance your experience. You have the ability to prevent your computer from accepting cookies but, if you do, certain functionality on the website may be impaired.
All e-mails and any attachments are strictly confidential and may be legally privileged. They are solely for the relevant addressee(s). If you are not the intended addressee(s), or have received any e-mail in error, please notify the sender and permanently delete the e-mail and any attachments immediately from your systems. The use, disclosure, copying, printing or distributing of any e-mail is strictly prohibited and we reserve the right to take legal proceedings against any individual who makes improper use of the information contained within. Whilst we take every effort to ensure any e-mails sent are safe and free from viruses, CVR cannot be held responsible for any loss arising from unauthorised access to, or interference with, any internet communications by any third party, or from the transmission of any viruses. Any information or opinion in any e-mail or it’s attachments that does not relate to the business of CVR is personal to the sender and is not given or endorsed by CVR. Any email submitted by anyone other than a Licenced Insolvency Practitioner or Partner of CVR, should not be relied upon for giving advice, expressing an opinion or for entering contractual obligations relating to assignments. Only Partners of CVR can negotiate and agree general firm contractual obligations. We reserve the right to track and monitor email communications, for legitimate business reasons, including but not limited to, prevention of fraud and proper provision of information and advice to its clients and contacts.
CVR will not collect any information about individuals, except where knowingly provided by them, such information includes, name, telephone number, address and enquiry. Such information will be used to send information requested and to provide information that we believe will be of use. Such data will be retained for a period of one year from the time at which communication ceases or from the point the recipient fails to reply to our communications which are limited to a maximum of six attempts. CVR may use the information for the purpose of collating statistics and for assessment of marketing requirements. However, we do not sell information about individual users. We may share information, where consent has been obtained, to assist the individual in their enquiry.
The websites used are: https://cvr.global/ and http://cavalry.global/
CVR also retains a list of contacts who receive information periodically via the platform: https://www.creditman.co.uk/
Business Credit Management (UK) Ltd t/a ‘CreditMan’ is a company wholly owned by CVR and its purpose is to provide publicly available information to businesses and credit professionals. Subscribers to the platform represent business contacts and when a communication is sent there is the option for a subscriber to request that they be removed from future communications.
CVR will hold information and data about data subjects in order to properly administer formal assignments subject to insolvency legislation in the UK and abroad. As this type of assignment is subject to law e.g. the Insolvency Act and Rules, we consider that such data is held for legal and legitimate interest purposes, specifically to allow us to properly administer such assignments. Personal data held is general employee information to enable us to calculate redundancy entitlements and claims, creditor and shareholder information to enable creditors to claim in the respective estates, to receive information regarding progress of an assignment and to receive dividends, and debtor information to ensure that funds due to the insolvent entity can be collected. In addition, data is held in relation to individuals subject to an insolvency process. Such information is held in our general assignment files, retained in paper form and electronically.
Files are held for the duration of the assignment and for 7 years after completion, at which point the records are securely destroyed or deleted from our system.
CVR collects paper and electronic records from the entity and other third parties. Such records are held for the purpose of investigation, to properly administer the assignment and maximise asset realisations and is therefore held for a legal purpose. Destruction of such records is subject to legislation which sets out the time periods for which the data is held. In general, company and individual data is held from 1-month post finalisation to two years thereafter.
In relation to this type of information CVR may hold personal data to complete its contractual obligations as part of an assignment. The data will be held in the same manner as above and retained for a period of 7 years after the end of the assignment.
Special category data
This includes data relating to an individual which is more sensitive, for example health records. Such data is held securely and confidentially and held for general regulatory purposes; preserving client records or business management functions. Such data is held in accordance with the general assignment retention periods detailed above.
CVR Employee data
A separate policy relating to employee data is retained on the firm’s employee information platform.
We hold all data securely and have appropriate technological and operational measures to protect such data. CVR’s data is held within the EEA.
CVR uses data processors to assist in its operations. Processor relationships are assessed upon commencement of contractual relationships and confirmation is requested that the processor complies with data protection legislation.
Neither CVR or any of its processors will sell your data, except where allowed to do so as part of a sale of a company or business and under contractual arrangements requiring that your data is kept safe and in compliance with data protection legislation.
Data Subject Rights
Data subjects have certain rights in relation to their data, summarised as follows:
- The right to be informed
- The right of access
- The right to rectification
- The right to erasure
- The right to restrict processing
- The right to data portability
- The right to object
- Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling
In relation to some of the above rights, we may only be able to assist if we were holding the data on a consent basis. Those who wish to request further information about the above should email: email@example.com or contact the compliance department in writing at CVR Global LLP, Town Wall House, Balkerne Hill, Colchester, CO3 3AD.
If, at any time a user of the website or recipient of our services believes our services could be improved, or if they are dissatisfied with any aspect of our service, they should raise the matter with the engagement partner responsible for providing the service (or, if preferred they can contact our Compliance Department at firstname.lastname@example.org). We will address any concerns promptly and carefully.
However, in relation to formal insolvency assignments, if we are unable to satisfy these concerns the complainant has the right to address their complaint to the Insolvency Service (further information can be obtained by visiting their website https://www.gov.uk/complain-about-insolvency-practitioner). Complainants are encouraged by the Insolvency Service to seek to resolve the complaint with the relevant IP or their firm before submitting a complaint to the Gateway.
In relation to non-insolvency assignments, the complainant has the option of addressing their complaint to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. Further information in relation on how to make a complaint can be found at https://www.icaew.com/en/about-icaew/act-in-the-public-interest/complaints-process/make-a-complaint
PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY INSURANCE
CVR’s professional indemnity insurance, is managed by:
CVR Global LLP
Town Wall House
Tel: 01206 217900