DAYLI Partners Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy was last updated on January 2nd, 2020.
We at DAYLI Partners recognize the importance of privacy and confidentiality of personal information.
This document sets out the privacy policy of DAYLI Partners (together referred to as “DAYLI Partners”, “we”, or “us”) with respect to personally identifiable data, and explains how we collect and use your personal information.
Persuant to Article 18 of the Personal Information Protection Act, DAYLI Partners (together referred to as “DAYLI Partners”, “We”, or “Us”), has established the Privacy Policy as follows in order to safeguard personal information and rights of the information subjects.

Article 1. Purpose of Handling Personal Information

DAYLI Partners uses personal information for the purposes including, but not limited to, personnel management and business processing such as contract management between partners and portfolio companies. Your prior consent will be sought in case there are changes to originally prescribed purposes unless such changes are permitted by relevant laws and regulations.

Article 2. Period of Processing and Retention of Personal Information

Personal information shall be retained/used for the period from the date of consent to information collection to the end date of such consent, or to the date legal responsibilities remain in effect.

Article 3. Your Rights & Obligations and Ways to Enforce Them

You may demand, via E-mail or Fax, that DAYLI Partners correct or delete personal information. Once requested, DAYLI Partners will act accordingly without any delay. DAYLI Partners will not use the information once revisions or deletions are requested, until the actions are completed. Subjects may make such requests through statutory representatives. In such cases, pursuant to Article 11 of the Personal Information Protection Act, subjects shall submit the power of attorney.

Article 4. Personal Information Protection Officer

Personal Information protection officer of DAYLI Partners, as prescribed in Paragraph 1 of Article 31 of Personal Information Protection Act is as follows:
▶ Personal Information Protection Officer: CEO Seung-Ho LEE (02-563-0890)
▶ Customer Information Protection Division: Management Team (02-564-0890)

Article 5. Items of Personal Information Required

DAYLI Partners collects minimum necessary and optimal information as follows. The following information are required for establishing·keeping·executing· managing contracts and managing personnel.
▶ Name, Date of Birth, Address, Contact Information, etc.

Article 6. Destruction of Personal Information

DAYLI Partners shall destroy, without any delay, personal information on or after the day when such information becomes of no use for reasons such as expiration of retention period. The personal information printed in paper shall be destroyed with a shredder or by incineration and the personal information stored in an electronic file format shall be deleted by a technical method which makes it impossible to reproduce the records.

Article 7. Security Measures to Protect Personal Information

DAYLI Partners takes technical, administrative, and physical measures necessary for obtaining security as follows.

- Administrative Measures: Handlers of personal information shall be designated and be educated periodically. Internal management provisions shall also be implemented.
- Technical Measures: To prevent any leakage or destruction of personal information, DAYLI Partners has installed security programs.
- Physical Measures: DAYLI Partners takes measured required for restricting access to personal information by authorizing, modifying, or terminating access to the database system which processes personal information. Handlers of personal information shall be exclusively provided with minimum personal information.