Legal information concerning the Comité Médicis non-profit organisation and the Amundi company
COMITÉ MÉDICIS NON-PROFIT ORGANISATION
RNA identification: W751250669
Purpose: a forum for debate and reflection on corporate social responsibility (CSR), on the responsibility of shareholders and stakeholders; production and dissemination of CSR-related documents; organisation of public events relating to this theme.
Head office: 90, boulevard Pasteur, 75015 Paris – France
AMUNDI, French Société Anonyme (joint stock company) with a share capital of €503,776,405, a credit institution governed by the French Monetary and Financial Code with its head office at 91-93, boulevard Pasteur, 75015 Paris, France, registered under SIREN no. 314 222 902 RCS Paris.
The Director of Publication is François Ewald.
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For information purposes only
The data and information in this website is provided solely for information purposes. None of the information contained in this website constitutes an offer or solicitation by Amundi and/or its affiliated companies to provide investment advice or services, or to buy or sell financial instruments.
Personal data collection
When browsing this website, Internet users may notify to the Comité Médicis non-profit organisation not only the technical and browsing information cited in the Cookies policy, such as the type of browser, the IP address, the pages visited and the average time spent necessary for the administration of the Website, but also data of a personal character, necessary for the implementation of the services offered on this Website.
Personal data so collected may form the object of processing, pursuant to the “Loi relative à l’informatique aux fichiers et aux libertés” [French data protection act] of 6 January 1978 and the General Regulations on Data Protection, or GDPR, of 27 April 2016, under the conditions mentioned in each collection medium for the services offered.
The Comité Médicis non-profit organisation undertakes to retain data of a personal character for the duration necessary to the service for which they have been collected, a note of which appears on each data collection form.
The Comité Médicis non-profit organisation shall keep all personal information provided by Internet users via the Website confidential and this in accordance with laws and regulations currently in effect.
Data of a personal character so collected may be notified to subcontractors within the framework of the operation of the Website or the execution of the subscribed service. They may also be transferred to a third party for a legitimate reason, such as for the performance of a legal or regulatory obligation.
Internet users shall enjoy a right of access, rectification or objection to the date of a personal character concerning them. In the same way, Internet users may withdraw their consent to the subscribed service at any time. In order to assert this right, the Internet user must contact the website manager by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by letter to the following address: Comité Médicis – 90, boulevard Pasteur – CS 21564 – 75730 PARIS Cedex 15 – France.
Links from site to site: the presence of hyperlinks on the site is intended solely to facilitate your navigation to the sites of other companies.
The Comité Médicis non-profit organisation is not responsible for damages or losses caused by any delays, defects or omissions that may exist in the services, information or other content provided on the site, whether these be actual, alleged, consequential or punitive. The Comité Médicis non-profit organisation provides no guarantees and makes no representations, and will not be responsible for any content delivered electronically by a third party, including with regard to the accuracy, object, quality or timeliness of any electronic content.
The Comité Médicis non-profit organisation prohibits anyone from putting in place such a link without obtaining its prior and express authorisation.
Information may be temporarily stored in your computer’s memory or on the hard drive (“cookies”). The Internet user authorises the Comité Médicis non-profit organisation to use this practice, which is intended solely to facilitate browsing on the Comité Médicis non-profit organisation website from the user’s computer (such information may be read by the Comité Médicis non-profit organisation during subsequent visits by the user to the website and includes the pages that the user has consulted, date and time of consultation, etc.). The user can, however, set their browser to prevent or refuse the installation of cookies, although this may prevent them from using certain features of the Site.
Information on cookies
What is a cookie?
1- Functionality cookies
These cookies are not essential for browsing our website, but allow us to optimise the operation of our site and give you access to specific functionalities.
They also allow you to adapt the presentation of our website to your device’s display preferences.
These cookies allow you to have a smooth and customised browsing experience.
Placing cookies on your device is the easiest and fastest way to personalise and enhance your user experience.
They have a very short lifespan, usually limited to the duration of the session, and at most one year.
2- Audience measurement cookies (statistics)
These cookies collect information on how visitors use a website. For example, the number of visits, the most visited pages…
Google, the statistical tool used by https://comite-medicis.org/, generates a cookie with a unique identifier, which is kept for a limited period of 13 months. We collect the IP address, in order to identify the city from which you are connecting. This is immediately anonymised after use. The Comité Médicis non-profit organisation can therefore under no circumstances trace a natural person by this route.
The collected data are retained by the Comité Médicis non-profit organisation for 6 months and are not transferred to third parties or used for other purposes.
How can you manage cookies?
You can choose to express and modify your wishes regarding cookies at any time, using the means described below.
Setting up your browser
For Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=fr&hlrm=en
For Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-FR/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-Cookies
For FireFox: http://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/cookies-informations-sites-enregistrent?redirectlocale=fr&redirectslug=G%C3%A9rer+les+cookies
For Opera: http://help.opera.com/Windows/10.20/fr/cookies.html
More information on cookies
For more information on cookies (in French), you can visit the CNIL website at this address: http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/
Users of this site expressly agree that the Internet is not a safe medium of communication of information and that you use the Internet at your own risk
The information contained on this site is intended to inform you by presenting you with additional information to that contained in the appropriate documentation relating to the proposed investment.
Ownership of the site, copyrights and trademarks
The Comité Médicis non-profit organisation holds the copyright on all the works appearing on this site, including the images, texts, iconographic representations and documents that may be downloaded from this website.
The reproduction or representation of all or part of this website, by any means whatsoever, is therefore strictly forbidden without the prior written consent of the Comité Médicis non-profit organisation.
You may, however, download or print on paper pages and/or parts of the Comité Médicis non-profit organisation website, strictly for your personal use, provided that you do not delete the statements regarding copyrights or intellectual property rights.
The name “Comité Médicis” is a registered trademark of Amundi S.A. You may not reproduce, delete, reuse or modify in any way whatsoever the distinctive signs appearing on the pages of this website.
This website of the Comité Médicis non-profit organisation and its contents shall be governed by and construed in accordance with French law. Any dispute arising or relating thereto will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the French courts.