Privacy Statement

AI360 is committed to protecting your rights and keeping your personal data secure. We adhere to transparency and strive to protect your personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the EU and other relevant laws.

In this privacy statement, “You” refers to shareholders, customers, potential customers, employees of our clients, responsible persons, representatives, and actual beneficiaries.

What personal data we collect:

Personal Data: Includes your name, social security number, and other details necessary for KYC procedures and our due diligence.

Contact Information: Email address, telephone number, and postal address.

Financial Data: Information about your transactions and financial behavior related to our services.

Communication Data: We also collect information from messages you send us digitally. We may also record calls, conversations, and electronic messages that could lead to transactions.

Publicly Available Information: Registers maintained by authorities (e.g., commercial register) and sanction lists (e.g., maintained by the EU or UN).

Information from Third-Party Sources: Data brokers providing information about actual beneficiaries and politically exposed persons, and banks from which we receive payment information.

How we use your data:

To provide the products and services you request.

To comply with legal and regulatory obligations, including anti-money laundering laws.

For internal research and development to improve our offerings, which may include automated decision-making or profiling.

Basis for collecting data:

Compliance with laws, regulations, and duties imposed by authorities: This includes customer identification, sanction checks, preventing and investigating money laundering and terrorist financing, fraud prevention, other legal obligations, and accounting standards.

Contractual reasons: We need information to enter into and manage contracts.

Marketing: Legitimate interest, as well as consent for marketing purposes. Consent requests include information on your right to withdraw consent.

Data sharing:

We may share your data with entities such as authorities (e.g., tax authorities, police), service providers (e.g., software development, IT service providers), and business partners. We generally do not transfer your personal data outside the EU/EEA.

Data Security:

We use appropriate security measures to protect your data from unauthorized access, alteration, and destruction. Our security protocols are regularly reviewed and updated.

Your rights under the GDPR:

As a data subject, you have rights to access, correct, delete, restrict, or transfer your personal data, and to object to processing, particularly for marketing. You also have the right to complain to a supervisory authority (Data Protection Authority) if you believe your data is being processed in violation of regulations.


We use, process, and analyze data related to your use of our websites. We use cookies, for example, to deliver products and services or to carry out marketing activities.

Retention of Personal Data:

We retain your personal data as long as required by law or as needed for the purposes for which it was collected. For example, we retain customer identification data for five years.

Changes to this Privacy Statement:

We may update this privacy statement periodically to reflect changes in our practices or relevant laws. We encourage you to review this statement regularly.

More Information:

For more details about our privacy practices or if you have concerns, please contact our data protection officer at