We guarantee that we will treat your identity, as well as that of the potential infringer, in strict confidentially.
In any event, when you decide to submit a communication, you may choose whether you wish to preserve your anonymity or reveal your identity.
If you decide to remain anonymous, you may submit your complaint through:
Electronic format: please note that a specific electronic system for reporting infringements has been established. With this system it is not technically possible to trace the communications made. You are advised to access the Infringements Communication website from a device not linked to your workplace and free of viruses. You are also advised to access the website using anonymous browsing software and, if you attach documents to the website form, you must ensure that they do not contain metadata (properties with information about the author, company, etc.). The system only sends your message; it does not provide additional information to us (your IP address or your password to access the communications submitted). You may also set up a protected mailbox to exchange correspondence with the CNMV.
By post or by telephone. In these cases, please note that you must ensure that no data revealing your identity is displayed on your telephone screen, such as, for example, your name, address or telephone number. Otherwise, your anonymity would not be guaranteed.
The use of the channels mentioned on this website, as well as the information and documentation submitted to the CNMV, may involve you providing us with personal data, which shall be processed by the CNMV, which is the data controller of such personal data, in accordance with the Privacy and Data Protection Policy contained in the Legal Note Section of the CNMV website, from which the following key aspects have been obtained:
The purpose for processing the data is that which corresponds to each of the procedures detailed herein.
The CNMV is entitled to carry out this data processing in the exercise of the public powers conferred on it and in order to comply with applicable legal obligations.
Where a legal obligation exists, the information and documentation submitted, and accordingly, the personal data contained therein, may be communicated to third parties (including, inter alia, administrative or judicial authorities, the Public Prosecutor’s Office, ESMA, other regulators and supervisors).
Any international personal data transfers outside the EU shall be duly legitimised.
The personal data provided shall be kept for the period of time necessary to fulfil the purpose for which they were gathered, to determine any liabilities that may arise from such purpose, and during the periods established in the regulations on files and documentation.
The data subject, in accordance with data protection regulations and with the requirements, purposes and limits established therein, may exercise his orher rights before the CNMV. Prior to filing a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency, the data subject may contact the Data Protection Officer.