Although compenswiss takes the greatest care to ensure that the information it publishes is correct, it cannot guarantee that this information is correct, accurate, up-to-date, reliable and complete.

compenswiss reserves the right to change or delete the contents totally or partially at any time without prior notice or at times to refrain from publishing the information.

Liability claims against compenswiss for any actual or intangible damage arising from accessing, using or omitting to use the published information, misusing the connection or any technical defects are excluded.

References and links

References and links to the websites of third parties are not the responsibility of compenswiss. Users access and use such websites at their own risk. compenswiss explicitly points out that it cannot influence the design or content of the linked sites or the products they offer. Information and services provided by third parties are the exclusive responsibility of such third parties.

Any responsibility for such websites is refused.

Data protection

Your data, our priority

Under Article 13 of the Swiss Federal Constitution, everyone has the right to protection of their privacy and personal data.

The Federal Data Protection Act (FADP) defines personal data as any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person.

This document informs you about the possible processing of your personal data when using www.compenswiss.ch, in particular:

1. Who processes your personal data?
2. What information is processed and for what purpose?
3. To whom is your personal data transmitted?

1. Who processes your personal data?

The data controller is:
Boulevard Georges-Favon 6
1204 Geneva

If you have any questions, please contact us by e-mail at data.protection@compenswiss.ch or by post at compenswiss, Data Protection Officer, Boulevard Georges-Favon 6, 1204 Geneva.

2. What information is processed and for what purpose?

Are you visiting our site?
No personal data is recorded. Our host’s web server only records non-personal usage information (country, date and time of consultation).

Anonymous log files are communicated to us by our host in order to identify trends and improve our site.

Would you like to subscribe to our newsletter?
By subscribing, you consent to the recording of your e-mail address, which we process in order to send you the updates you request.

By sending the electronic form to cancel your subscription, your e-mail address is immediately deleted unless you have given your consent for it to be used for other purposes.

Would you like to get in touch with us?
By filling in the contact form on our site (general, media or access to official documents), you consent to the processing of the personal data you provide, which we process in order to respond to your request.

Your personal data is stored separately from the anonymous log files. They are only kept for as long as it takes to respond to your request. Please note that our legal obligations may require us to keep your data for a longer period.

You have the right to ask us, free of charge, for information about any processing of your personal data. If necessary, you have the right to request the deletion or amendment of incorrect data.

The secure part of our site is reserved for certain of our service providers. If you have secure access, please refer to the relevant data protection declaration.

3. To whom is your personal data transmitted?

Personal data is treated in the strictest confidence. It will not be sold, passed on to third parties or communicated abroad.

Security information: When visiting the website, compenswiss uses encrypted data communication (TLS basis) with your browser’s highest encryption level. You can tell whether a page is being transmitted encrypted by the closed representation of the key or padlock symbol in your browser’s address bar or by the fact that the address bar begins with https://.

compenswiss uses appropriate technical and organisational security measures to protect your data against manipulation, loss, destruction or unauthorised access by third parties. compenswiss’ security measures correspond to the current state of the art.

This document was last updated on 1st September 2023. Any changes will be published on this page.