The website at www.pleiade-am.com is published by Pléiade Asset Management, a simplified joint-stock company (SAS) registered with the Paris Trade and Companies Register under number RCS 504 842 949, with a share capital of €400.000.00 and registered offices at 29, rue de Miromesnil, 75008 Paris, France.
Pléiade Asset Management is approved as a portfolio management company by the French Financial Market Authority (AMF) under number GP 08000037 and is subject to all rules and regulations thereunder.
You can contact Pléiade Asset Management by phone at +33 1 56 64 05 20, or by email at email@example.com
Website publishing director: Louis de Montalembert
The website at www.pleiade-am.com is hosted by DEESSI, headquartered at 4 Avenue Laurent CELY, 92 606 Asnières Cedex, phone: +33 1 40 07 13 33.
The website at www.pleiade-am.com presents the services and management activities of Pléiade Asset Management for information purposes only. In no event shall the information herein be deemed to constitute an offering of products or services or any other inducement or solicitation to purchase or sell investment or management products. Pléiade Asset Management shall not be held liable for any use of this information.
Pléiade Asset Management is the sole recipient of any personal information you choose to share with us through the website.
Your information will not be used for other purposes than that for which it was collected, namely to email the company’s publications to users who request this or provide an answer, by email or telephone, to questions asked by users through the appropriate contact form.
None of the aforementioned information shall be shared with or sold to any third party for commercial purposes.
Pléiade Asset Management is committed to preserving the confidentiality and security of your personal information, which is stored in full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
The processing of personal information is governed by Dispensation no. 7 – (Deliberation no. 2006-138 of 9 May 2006) of the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL), which states that data processed for information or external communication purposes do not need to be declared.
In accordance with the French Data Protection Act (Loi informatique et libertés) of 6 January 1978 as amended, you have the right to access, consult, modify, correct or delete your personal information. You also have the right to issue general or specific directives relating to the disposition of your personal data after your death. To exercise your rights, you can contact Pléiade Asset Management (attach proof of identity) by post or at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pléiade Asset Management holds the intellectual property rights to the website’s overall structure and domain name.
The website as a whole, and each of its individual components (copy, visuals, tree, software, animations, banners, trademarks, logos and any other element) are the exclusive property of Pléiade Asset Management, who are the sole authorised holders of all intellectual property rights thereunder.
The use, reproduction or representation of this website or any part thereof, by any means whatsoever, is therefore strictly prohibited without Pléiade Asset Management’s prior written agreement.
Pléiade Asset Management shall not be held liable for any disruption in access to the website caused by maintenance, updates or technical improvements, or changes to its content and/or layout.
Pléiade Asset Management shall not be held liable for any consequences resulting from access to and content of the website in the event that direct or indirect damages are suffered, regardless of their cause, origin, nature and consequences, or resulting from fraudulent intrusion by a third party.
Pléiade Asset Management accepts no liability for the use of any hypertext links to external websites placed on www.pleiade-am.com.
Users acknowledge and accept the potential risks associated with the use of Internet services. They agree that it is their responsibility to take all appropriate measures to protect their own data and/or software from contamination by any viruses that may be circulating on the Internet.
Users acknowledge that they have read these legal notices and agree to abide by them.
These legal notices, which may change at any time, are drawn up in accordance with French law, and more specifically the provisions of the Confidence in the Digital Economy Act of 21 June 2004 and the Act of 6 January 1978, as amended.
The courts of Paris are territorially competent to hear any dispute that may arise thereunder.