Data protection notice

Data protection notice

Finangeste is committed to protecting the privacy of its website users, and complies with current European legislation in terms of the processing of personal data and privacy. Finangeste is the entity responsible for this treatment, so uses the best practices to protect user data against possible unauthorized access or use; as well as guaranteeing users’ right to information on how personal data are collected and processed.

Although the user can browse this website without being asked for personal data, when he wants to establish contact with Finangeste it is necessary to fill in a form in which the user identifies himself and indicates the question he wants to ask.

Personal data is also collected through cookies.

For more information about personal data collected through cookies, please see the Cookie Policy.

The data collected on this website isn’t provided to external entities and/or for direct marketing purposes. It is used only to satisfy user requests, respond to contacts or to communicate services and products, and will be kept only for the necessary period of time, to the fulfillment of that purpose.

The user has the right to access the data; to obtain prompt rectification of incomplete or inaccurate data; to request its erase, block, complain at any time, if it believes that your data protection rights have been violated.

These rights may be exercised by contacting Finangeste, in writing, by postal mail to Rua Barata Salgueiro nº 37 7th floor, 1250-042 Lisbon or by e-mail

Data subjects also have the right to file a complaint with the National Data Protection Commission (NDPC) – Rua de S. Bento, nº 148 – 3º, 1200-821 Lisbon; Phone: 213928400; E-mail:

For further clarification on the Data Protection Notice, Cookie Policy or Terms and Conditions of use, consult the data protection officer via the e-mail

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  • Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

The use of cookies is currently a common practice on most websites, as they allow you to collect the user’s details on each visit. Cookies are useful, don’t damage the equipment and are used to enable the website to function and facilitate its use by the user.

Cookies are files or small text files that contain small amounts of information that are downloaded and stored on a user’s device through their browser when visiting certain websites. Cookies, when saved on the device, aren’t automatically deleted when the browser is closed. Thus, on subsequent visits, the file is sent back to the website that originated it, thus allowing the identification of a user’s preferences.

On this website, when authorized by the user, the following cookies are used:

Usage Cookies / Statistics
Google analytics
(currently 395 days)
Defined by Google
of cookie
Cookies allow to
remember the user
preferences regarding their 
Thus, on subsequent
visits the user will not
have to be selecting these
options all the time,
making the visit easier.

Cookies allow Finangeste
to understand how users
interact with the website,
and thus improve content
and functionality to optimize
the user experience.

Some Google Analytics
cookies are used by
advertisers to measure user
activity and the
performance of their
advertising campaigns.

In order to promote its activity and publicize Finangeste’s services, this website displays links on major social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn and Instagram.

Finangeste’s website doesn’t set cookies when the user accesses links from other social networks. For example, if the user click’s on the link to LinkedIn, it will be redirected to the LinkedIn website which has its own privacy and cookie policy, and Finangeste has no control over it.

The user will be informed if Finangeste uses another type of cookies.