Harbour Fields makes every effort to comply with data protection legislation, in particular the European Directive of October 24, 1995 on the protection of individuals with regard to processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, but also any other applicable national legislation on data protection. To comply with this legislation, our firm has established and implemented a Code of Conduct on Data Protection. Harbour Fields complies with the stringent standards of this Code and we request our clients to respect the same safeguards. The main principles of our Code of Conduct on Data Protection are: 1. We only register data for the purposes of our executive/director search and management appraisal activities. 2. We will always obtain from candidates an unambiguous consent before sharing personal data with clients. 3. Individuals who send their unsolicited data will be informed that such data will be registered in our databases. 4. Harbour Fields will not keep or process sensitive data (revealing political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership or data concerning and individual’s health or sex life). 5. We take appropriate state-of-the-art, technical and organisational security measures to protect data against accidental or unlawful destruction, accidental loss, improper alteration or unauthorized disclosure or access. 6. Individuals whose personal data have been processed by our firm have the right to obtain the following information: whether of not data has been processed, the purposes of the processing and the recipients to whom data has been disclosed. They are entitled access to all data that is accessible through a computer search under the individual’s name and have the right to rectify or delete any data. 7. Our clients acknowledge that they will adhere to the same standards of data protection.