Privacy policy

Contact details of the data controller

PO Söderberg & Partner AB (556659-9964)

Söderberg & Partners
Box 7785
103 96 Stockholm

08-451 50 00

Categories of personal data

Contact information – Information used to contact you, such as your email address and phone number.

Cookies – A small text file with information about your settings and preferences that is saved in your browser when you visit the website.  

Corporate involvement – Information about your involvement in companies, e.g. board assignments, shareholding in companies and what degree of involvement you have in the company (i.e. passive or active involvement).

Identity data – Data used to identify you, such as your name and date of birth.

Our processing of personal data

Our processing of personal data depends on the relationship you have with us. You can read more about how we process your personal data by clicking on the respective heading below.

What categories of personal data are processed?
Corporate Involvement, identity data, contact information.

Is the data required or is it voluntary?
Collecting information from you is required to contact you based on your request.

From which sources do we collect your personal data?
We collect information from you or the company you represent if you have sent a request for us to contact you. 

For what purposes do we process your personal data?
Booking of meetings
We process information in the form of identity data (name only), corporate involvement and your contact information for the purpose of administering contacts and questions from you.

On what legal basis do we process your personal data?
We process your personal data on your voluntary basis to manage our contacts and to discuss future potential partnerships.
Who are the recipients of your personal data?
The personal data we process about you may be required for the purpose of administering questions and contacts between you and Söderberg & Partners. 

Transfer to third countries
Our processing primarily takes place in Sweden or within the EU/EEA. In certain cases, we use suppliers or subcontractors where personal data may be transferred outside the EU/EEA (so-called "third countries"), for example to the UK or the USA. This could be in special situations where crisis management and support are necessary and the necessary expert personnel are not available within the EU/EEA. In these cases, we ensure that measures are taken to meet the protection requirements of Article 46 of the GDPR, for example by ensuring that the EU-commission has recognised that the recipient country offers an adequate level of data protection or through the EU Commission's Standard Contractual Clauses (SCC), supplemented by encryption and data minimisation. You can read more about which countries have been assessed as offering an adequate level of data protection  and what this means here ( You can read more about the European Commission's SCC here (

How long do we store your personal data?
We process your personal data for as long as it is necessary with regard to the conclusion of a partnership. If the company or organisation you represent chooses to enter into a partnership with us, we save that agreement and information about the performance for the amount of time within which claims for damages arising from the agreement can be made, plus for an additional year. This means that we retain the information for five years.  

Your rights

What rights do I have and how do I use them?

If we process personal data about you, you have a number of rights under the GDPR that you can use. If you are unsure whether we process information about you, you also have the right to receive information about whether we do or not. See the list below where we describe in more detail your rights and how you should go about using them.

How is your data protected

We pursue a very ambitious information security programme. This means, among other things, that we have strong technical measures that protect all our information, such as firewalls and intrusion protection. In addition, we work with access control, which means that personal data is not accessible to more of our employees than is necessary for each employee to be able to perform their work. Finally, we impose at least as high security requirements on the suppliers who process personal data on our behalf.

Questions & Complaints

If you have questions or concerns regarding our personal data management that cannot be answered by this page, you are welcome to contact your advisor, our switchboard (+46(0)8-451 50 00), or email

We have appointed a Data safety representative who works to monitor compliance with the rules on the protection of personal data. Our Data Protection Officer can be reached via

If you think that we process information about you in a way that violates the Data Protection Regulation, you can primarily contact us through one of our communication channels above. If, after handling by us, you do not feel satisfied, you have the right to file a complaint with the Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection, which is responsible for the supervision of personal data processing in Sweden. The Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection can be reached via