Privacy Statement & Cookies

The Ministry of Compliance is a trade name of Projective Group, specialists in the field of financial legislation and regulation. The Ministry of Compliance offers training courses for financial professionals who want to keep their professional knowledge up-to-date and who want to be informed about laws and regulations. The Ministry of Compliance processes personal data within the framework of its services.

This Privacy Statement explains which personal data is involved and why it is processed. In addition, information is provided about the use of cookies and about the way in which you can exercise your rights in respect of your personal data.

The Ministry of Compliance will only process your personal data for the purposes described in this Privacy Statement and will do its utmost to protect the personal data collected.

The Ministry of Compliance takes the protection of personal data very seriously. The legislation in this field has its place in our internal procedures, in the training of employees and in the design of processes, systems and relevant (internal) documentation. There is a legal basis for every processing of personal data by The Ministry of Compliance.

Personal data

These are data that directly or indirectly tell us something about you. Think of your name and your e-mail address. Data from a sole proprietorship, general partnership or partnership are also personal data. This does not apply to data from a legal entity, such as a BV or NV. Data from a contact person or representative of a legal person are personal data.


Processing includes everything that can be done with your personal data. This includes the collection, storage, review, amendment, disclosure and deletion of your data.

When does The Ministry process your personal data?

The Ministry of Compliance processes your personal data when you visit our website, subscribe to the newsletter, request a demo of one of the trainings and when you (or one of your employees) attend a training course at The Ministry.

Below you will find an overview of the data that is processed.

When you visit our website

We process your personal data (IP address and MAC address) if you give us permission to use functionality and tracking cookies.

When we send you newsletters

Part of our service is to keep our customers and course participants informed by means of e-mails. We send you relevant news items including new training courses.

Personal data processed:

  • Name and email address

The processing of your personal data is based on your consent when you subscribe to the newsletter. You can withdraw this consent at any time.

When you request a demo

To give interested parties an idea of the content of our trainings, they can request a free demo via the website. We will then send the link to the demo environment by email. You will also receive a link to an evaluation questionnaire by email after the demo period.

Personal data processed:

  • Name and email address

When you (or one of your employees) attends one of our trainings

The Ministry of Compliance processes your personal data in order to give you access to our training courses, to provide insight into your progress (to you, possibly your employer and DSI) and to answer any questions and/or complaints.

Personal data processed:

  • Name
  • Email address
  • Phone numer
  • Date of birth (for courses leading to a diploma)
  • Study results

Do we share data with others?

Yes, we share your personal data. In order to provide many of our trainings, we partner with aNewSpring which offers an innovative learning platform. The Ministry develops the trainings; the trainings are offered via the platform of aNewSpring. For data storage your data is shared with software provider Egnyte. Via email, personal data is shared with Microsoft. Personal data processed when visiting our website is shared with our website administrator.

Your personal data will not be passed on to parties in countries outside the European Economic Area.

A processing agreement has been concluded with all providers with whom your personal data are shared.

How do we secure your data?

We have taken measures to ensure confidentiality and privacy. This applies to both The Ministry’s own data storage and mail environment and aNewSpring’s platform. For our own data storage we use Egnyte where the security consists of encryption of laptops and the use of passwords to limit access.

More information regarding the security of the aNewSpring platform can be found here.

How long do we store your data?

As long as you or your employer use the training courses of The Ministry, we will store your data for you. As soon as you or your employer cancel the subscription, your user data will be deleted; this happens no later than two years after the subscription has ended.


Cookies are small, simple text files that we place on your computer, tablet or mobile phone when you visit our website. Information about your website visit is stored in these cookies. On your next visit with the same device, the information in this text file is consulted so that we can recognise you.

You can configure your browser so that cookies are not placed on your computer. After that, you can still access the homepage of The Ministry. However, you cannot log in without allowing cookies to be placed on your computer. Cookies are used to determine whether you are logged in to The Ministry, and whether your session is still valid. Cookies are used to improve usage.

The information stored in the cookies is only used by The Ministry and the parties who provide us with services based on the cookies. These parties are mentioned in the Privacy Statement. Naturally, data is not shared with third parties without your consent.

Here we give an overview of the cookies used on The Ministry website and in The Ministry.

  • Google Analytics cookie: Cookie for the collection of statistics.
  • Session cookie login: Cookie for remembering that you are logged in.
  • Setting cookie: Cookie for saving most recent (temporary) settings such as sorting order.
  • Tracking cookie: Cookie for displaying relevant advertisements (only about our courses).


Questions regarding your use of this website, access and accuracy of information you previously provided to The Ministry of Compliance (via the website or through our services) or requests to remove outdated information can be addressed to

Changes to our Privacy Statement

Everything in life is subject to change. So is our privacy statement. You can see from the date below whether this is the version you have read before.

Version: June 2022

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