Privacy Policy

1) Data controller and data protection officer

Begum Gurses-Sulzer serves as the Data Controller and Data Protection Officer for personal data. She can be contacted at this address:

2) Purpose of the processing

Your personal data is processed to manage the request you have submitted through the website and to provide a response.

3) Legal basis

Begum Gurses-Sulzer processes your personal data based on the legal basis of the Data Controller’s legitimate interest in managing requests made by contacts.

4) Methods of processing

All processing adopts suitable security measures, both technical and organizational, as outlined in Article 32 of the GDPR Regulation. Data are processed electronically, with measures in place to minimize processing, including data type considerations, access authorizations, and retention periods.

5) Recipients of the personal data

Data may be shared with:

  • Personnel employed and direct collaborators of the Data Controller, solely for providing the requested service;
  • Third-party IT service providers.

These recipients process personal data either as Persons in Charge or as Processors, depending on the situation. Your data will not be disseminated under any circumstance.

6) Transfer of data to a third country

There is no plan to transfer your personal data to a third country (a country outside of Switzerland).

7) Period of conservation of personal data

The personal data referred to in point 3 will be stored for two years from the date of the request.

8) Rights of the data subject

You are entitled to request access, deletion, communication, updating, correction, opposition to processing, integration, restriction, portability, and knowledge of any violation of your personal data from the Data Controller, as well as to exercise all rights provided by Articles 15 et seq. of Regulation (EU) 2016/679. You may initiate the exercise of these rights at any time by contacting the Data Controller at

9) Supervisory authority

You have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority, the “Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC),” if you believe your personal data protection rights are at risk.

10) Automated decision-making process

Your data will not be subjected to any automated decision-making process.