Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy of Knox Insolvency Limited whose trading names are “Knox Insolvency Solicitors”, “Knox Commercial Solicitors”, “Knox Commercial and Insolvency Solicitors” and D£BTFAIR, (hereafter“Knox Insolvency”)

This policy describes:

What personal information do we collect about you?

We may collect personal information from you in the course of our business, including through your use of our website, when you contact or request information
from us, when you engage our legal or other services or as a result of your relationship with one or more of our staff and clients.

The personal information that we process includes:

How we obtain your personal information

How we use your personal information

Knox Insolvency collects and processes personal information about you in a number of ways in the provision of services by us. We use that information:

Meetings, events and seminars

We will collect and process personal information about you solely or jointly in relation to your attendance at our offices or at an event or seminar organised by Knox
Insolvency. We will only process and use special categories of personal information to meet any other legal or regulatory obligations we may have. We may share certain information with IT and other service providers or business partners involved in organising or hosting the relevant event e.g. contact information and other relevant information such as access and/or dietary requirements.

Legal and other services

We collect, create, hold and use personal information in the course of and inconnection with the services we provide to our clients. We will process identification
and background information as part of our business acceptance, finance, administration and marketing processes, including anti-money laundering, conflict,
reputational and financial checks. We will also process personal information provided to us by or on behalf of our clients for the purposes of the work we do for
them. The information may be disclosed to third parties to the extent reasonably necessary in connection with that work. Please also see ‘Who we share your personal
information with’ below.

On what basis we use your personal information

We use your personal information on the following bases:

How long we keep your personal information

Your personal information will be retained in accordance with our data retention policy. This is based on the requirements of applicable data protection laws and the
purpose for which the information is collected and used, taking into account legal and regulatory requirements to retain the information for a minimum period, limitation periods for taking legal action, good practice and Knox Insolvency’s business purposes.

Who we share your personal information with

We may also share your personal information with certain trusted third parties in accordance with contractual arrangements in place with them, including:

Where necessary, or for the reasons set out in this policy, personal information may also be shared with regulatory authorities, courts, tribunals, government agencies and law enforcement agencies. While it is unlikely, we may be required to disclose your information to comply with legal or regulatory requirements. We will use reasonable endeavours to notify you before we do this, unless we are legally restricted from doing so.

If in the future we re-organise or transfer all or part of the business, we may need to transfer your information to new Knox Insolvency entities or to third parties through which the business of Knox Insolvency will be carried out. In that instance, the privacy policy provided by the new regulated entity will be applicable.

Knox Insolvency uses social media sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. If you use these services, you should review their privacy policy for more information on how they deal with your personal information.

We do not sell, rent or otherwise make personal information commercially available to any third party, except with your prior consent.

Your rights regarding your personal information

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation and other applicable data protection laws provide certain rights for data subjects.

If you object to the processing of your personal information, or if you have provided your consent to processing and you later choose to withdraw it, we will respect that choice in accordance with our legal obligations.

Your objection (or withdrawal of any previously given consent) could mean that we are unable to perform the actions necessary to achieve the purposes set out above (see ‘How we use your personal information’) or that you may not be able to make use of the services offered by us. Please note that even after you have chosen to withdraw your consent we may be able to continue to process your personal information to the extent required or otherwise permitted by law, in particular in connection with exercising and defending our legal rights or meeting our legal and regulatory obligations.

We must ensure that your personal information is accurate and up to date. Therefore, please advise us of any changes to your information by email at

The rights detailed above do not increase your Statutory Rights and are intended to merely reflect your existing statutory rights. Our Policy must be read in conjunction with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and all other relevant legislation.