Ardelta Privacy Policy

Last updated November 9, 2023.

We believe you should always know what data we collect from you, how we use it, and what control you have over this data. We want to be fully transparent and share this information with you in our privacy policy below.

About us

We are SIA Ardelta, registration number 40203159453, registered address Audeju iela 15-4, Riga, LV-1050, Latvia, operating under the name Ardelta (“we”, “us” or “our”). We are the controller of your personal data.

You can contact us at

About our Privacy Policy

This privacy policy («Privacy Policy») explains

  • what information we collect about you;
  • how we use it;
  • your rights concerning your personal data.

The Privacy Policy applies only to the use of the website (“Website”) and our communication in relation to the use of the Website.

Where Do We Obtain Your Personal Data?

We will obtain your personal data:

  • directly from you (for example, when you contact us)
  • from public registries and public databases (for example, company and business registries)

To Whom We May Disclose Your Personal Data?

We share your personal data with the following categories of data recipients:

  • payment service providers or banks in Latvia and the EU
  • accounting service providers located in Latvia
  • IT maintenance services located in Latvia
  • lawyers located in Latvia
  • auditors located in Latvia

How Long Do We Store Your Personal Data?

We will not store your personal data longer than it is necessary. Once we have determined that we no longer need to hold your personal data, we will destroy it.

The criteria used to determine the period of storage of your personal data are:

  • the nature of the purpose, why personal data was collected;
  • the length of time, while we have a contractual relationship with you;
  • the existence of a legal obligation under the applicable law;
  • the necessity to store the data in the light of our legal position (such as applicable statutes of limitations, litigation or regulatory investigations).

What Rights Do You Have In Relation to Your Personal Data?

You have various rights in relation to the personal data that we process about you. We have described these rights in the table below. There are some exceptions to these rights, however. If we refuse your request, we will explain to you the reasons for doing so.

If you wish to exercise any of these rights, please contact us by sending an e-mail to

Your rightsExplanation
Right to request accessYou are entitled to ask us if we are processing your data and, if we are, you can request access to your personal data.
Right to rectificationYou may request that we rectify any inaccurate or incomplete personal data that we process about you.
Right to erasure (“right to be forgotten”)You have the right to request that we erase your personal data.
Right to restrict processingYou have the right to request that we restrict our processing of your personal data where: you believe such data to be inaccurate; our processing is unlawful; or we no longer need to process such data for a particular purpose, but where we are not able to delete the data due to a legal or other obligation or because you do not want us to delete it.
Right of data portabilityYou have the right to transfer your personal data between data controllers. This means that you can request your personal data we process about you in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and transfer this data to a third party.
Right to objectWhere we are processing your personal data based on our legitimate interests (or those of a third party), you have the right to object to such processing on grounds relating to your particular situation.
Right to withdraw consentIf you have consented to our processing of your personal data, you have the right to withdraw consent at any time, free of charge.

How to Complain?

If you have any concerns about our use of your personal data, you can make a complaint to us by sending an e-mail to

In case you could not solve your problem with us directly, you can also complain to your local data protection authority or the place of the suspected violation. Contact information of these authorities can be accessed at the website of the European Data Protection Board.