The AMLC is part of the FIOD.
The FIOD treats your personal data with care. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the European Privacy Act, sets requirements for the way in which we process your personal data. We only use personal data to exercise our legal tasks and for purposes that are directly related to those duties. And we make sure that you can easily invoke the rights that GDPR grants you in connection with the processing of your personal data.
We take all measures necessary to protect your information. All our employees have a duty of confidentiality and our computers and buildings are also protected. This privacy statement is a specification of the privacy statement of the Ministry of Finance.
The FIOD processes personal data that are necessary for the performance of its police duties. This task is set out in article 3 of the Special Investigative Services Act. The personal data processed by the FIOD in this context are processed in accordance with the Police Data Act.
In addition, the FIOD has other activities that cannot be classified under its police function. These activities are often carried out in so-called ‘contact points’, including the Central Notification Point for Bankruptcy Fraud and the Office for the Disclosure of Unusual Transactions. Processing of personal data in the context of these tasks falls under the regime of the GDPR.
The FIOD is part of the Netherlands Tax and Customs Administration. For the processing of personal data, other than for the performance of the police duties, we refer to the privacy statement at www.belastingdienst.nl.