9 August 2018

Personal data at PRI for private persons

We never process personal data about you unnecessarily

The personal data we process about you as controller may be

  • Personal ID number 
  • Given name and surname 
  • Address

There is always a relevant reason for us to process information about you

Data is used primarily in order to administer your occupational pension.

Data is deleted when it is no longer needed

We never process your personal data for a period of time longer than that which is permitted under applicable law, regulations, standard practice or decisions by public authorities.

Where do we get your data?

We collect your personal data from your employer or former employer and, in some cases, from the Swedish Tax Agency, Alecta and Collectum.

When PRI can further disclose data In order to comply with legal obligations, PRI must disclose data to public authorities, for example, the Swedish Tax Agency.

With respect to certain data, PRI engages external help, for example for IT operations and mail outs. The companies we engage become processors on our behalf and gain access to the data they need in order to perform their work.

Where is your data processed?

PRI, its suppliers, and cooperating partners only process your personal data within the EU/EEA.

Your rights

If any data proves to be incorrect, you have the right to request that it be corrected. Contact our data protection officer for help with this. You also have the right to gain access to information regarding the personal data we process (right to register extract). Under certain circumstances, you have the right to request deletion or restrict your personal data, and to object to our processing of it.

If you have questions or comments

If you have questions or comments concerning the processing of your personal data, you are welcome to contact PRI’s data protection officer by telephone telephone on +46 8-679 06 00 or via email to dataskyddsombud@pri.se.

You also have the right to file complaints with a supervisory authority which, in Sweden, is the Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection (IMY).

You can read more about the General Data Protection Regulation on the Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection.