Following the Intelliﬂo GDPR Working Group's initial meeting to discuss the ramifications of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for financial advice firms, Rob Walton considers the issue of data subject consent
Data subject consent is primarily aimed at giving data subjects more control over use of their data - for instance in relation to marketing activities, which (in the absence of consent) could not otherwise be legally justified by a data controller. Giving a data subject the option to give or refuse consent protects individuals from unwanted and unjustified correspondence from firms and is very much aimed at the business-to-consumer world. It will affect advisers since it will dictate how they...
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