You do not need to provide your personal information in order to use our website. You may provide information such as your name, email address and place of work in order to register for our newsletter, or to receive communications from us if you email us through the site. If you request specific information or apply for a job online, you will be disclosing personal data to us. If you send us an email asking about Curo’s services, we will then use that email to respond on that matter. We act in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018 and take all reasonable steps to ensure your data is protected against unauthorised access and disclosure so that only those who need it can receive it. We will take all reasonable steps to ensure that your data is maintained correctly, only held for as long as is necessary and, at the appropriate time, disposed of securely.
The website is managed by Curo Professional Services Ltd registered in England and Wales with registered number 5461843.
Google Analytics 4 and cookies
We collect first-party user data on our website and process it for measurement and ad personalisation purposes, using Google Analytics 4. Additional technology we are using:
- Google Signals – collects data about traffic in addition to standard analytics data. This allows us to access features like cross-device audiences, insights, and targeting. It also allows us to run remarketing campaigns and see more accurate data on cross-device website and/or app usage.
- Granular location and device data collection is enabled – this enables us to collect metadata about the city-level location and granular device details of site and app visitors.
- Ads personalisation - allows us to integrate data with Google Ads, so we can deliver relevant, personalized experiences to users.
Collecting and processing this data helps us give users the best possible experience when navigating our site and/or engaging with ads.
Collected data will be associated with Google information from accounts of signed-in users who have consented to this association for the purpose of ads personalisation. This Google information may include location, search history, YouTube history, and data from sites that partner with Google – and is used to provide aggregated and anonymised insights into users’ cross device behaviours.
We adhere to the Google Advertising Features Policy, including rules around sensitive categories. Data may be accessed and/or deleted by users via My Activity. The current Google Analytics opt-outs for web are available here.
Sharing of information and provision of information to third parties
We will use your personal data only for the purposes for which it was collected. Should it be required for other uses, we will obtain your specific permission for that (the exception being if your information is required by law, our regulators or professional standards).
We will not share your data with third parties except as required and permitted by applicable law. We will not sell your personal data or provide it to third parties for any purposes.
How we will use your data
Where we have your required consent, we will use your data to perform the services we are contracted to carry out. We may add you to our database which we use to develop our relationship with current clients, contacts and prospective contacts. Unless you opt out, we will use your contact details to send you relevant mailings using our GDPR-compliant software. This will include information about seminars, events, updates and publications we think will be of benefit to you.
Where you have expressed an interest in one of our job vacancies and you have provided us with your personal details (such as your CV), your details may be retained for up to the next 12 months for the purpose of notifying you if/when a suitable vacancy arises.
The website contents are not designed or directed at children aged 13 years or younger.
If you are aware of any inaccuracies or errors relating to your personal data, please advise us so that we can update our records.