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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is certainly the most significant personal data legislation in the past 20 years. To what extent are you prepared to pay a fine that might reach 4% of your organisation turnover?
Attend our training and get practical advice on how to set up a compliant programme within your organisation.
21 March 2024 (EN) - 1:30pm-5:30pm - On site
Price: 780.00 €
Language: Available in English and French
Number of participants: max. 20
By the end of this training, the participants will be able to:
1. Regulatory framework for personal data processing
2. Communication of personal data
3. How to demonstrate accountability?
4. Implementation of the needed measures to ensure security and confidentiality of personal data
This training is coordinated by Frédéric Vonner, Partner at PwC Luxembourg.
From daily operations to regulatory compliance, Frédéric Vonner, Partner, has been helping local and global asset managers, fund service providers and banks for nearly 20 years to successfully run their businesses.
His areas of focus are: UCITS, AIFMD and GDPR regulations, private equity and real estate, organisation setup and review, project management.
Frédéric is also engaged in sustainability and sustainable finance matters, delivering assignments ranging from strategy and regulatory compliance to practical implementation. He is an experienced trainer and course designer /facilitator for soft skills and technical trainings.
Antonin Jakubse is a senior manager. Since joining PwC, Antonin developed an expertise on the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") as well as in project management skills, delivering various types of projects ranging from gap analysis to implementation, ensuring a timely delivery of the project and a high level of engagement of all involved stakeholders. He is the solution driver for the privacy (incl. GDPR) topics, supporting the partner in charge to develop business relationships with existing and new clients.
PwC's Academy, Crystal Park Building, PwC Luxembourg
Tel: +352 49 48 48 4040