Banque de Commerce et de Placements SA

Company Overview

Status of registration:


Business activities:

Operating Representative Office

Registered Number:


Registered offices:

Unit  "Precinct 3-7th Floor-Units 706, 707 & 708" , Level 0007, Gate Precinct Building 3, Dubai International Financial Centre, Dubai, 506584, United Arab Emirates

Company Information


Banque de Commerce et de Placements SA

Trading Name:

Banque de Commerce et de Placements SA(DIFC Representative Office)

Status of Registration:


Type of License:


Legal Structure:

Recognised Company

Date of Incorporation :

29 08 2006

Commercial License Validity Date:

28 08 2023


Ubeyd Engin Oce

DNFBP: DIFC Designated Non-Financial Businesses and Professions


Financial Year End:

31st December

Data Protection

Data Protection Officer Appointed:


Data Protection Officer:

Murat Yoluker, United Arab Emirates


Personal Data Processing Operations:


Transfer of Personal Data from the DIFC:


Processing of Special Categories of Personal Data:


Purpose for the Personal Data Processing:

Accounting & Auditing, Administration of Membership Records, Benifits, Grants & Loans Administration, Consultancy & Advisory Services, Credit Referencing, Debt Administration and Factoring, Information & Data Bank Administration, Insurance Administration, Pensions Administration, Provision of Financial Services, Research, Staff Administration

Data Subjects or class of Data Subjects whose Personal Data is being processed:

Staff (Agents, Workers), Clients & Customer, Suppliers, Members, Complainants, Correspondents, Enquirers, Relatives and Associates, Advisors, Consultants, Prof. Experts

Description of the Class of Personal Data being Processed:

• Name • Address • E-mail • Nationality • Telephone • Staff number or similar relevant employee identifier; • Emergency contacts and details of any dependants; • Marital status; • Social security number (or equivalent in employee’s country) and any other tax-related information (if relevant); • Referee details; • Shareholdings and directorships (if relevant); • Details about employee’s remuneration, pension and benefits arrangements (including any benefit-specific information that the Bank is required or, considers useful, to process); • Information about employee’s performance in his/her role, including details of any bonuses or promotions s/he receives during employment relationship, performance assessments and other information that relates to employment, his/her interaction with colleagues and employment-related issues that arise; • Details of any grievance or disciplinary matters, whether brought by or against him/her or in which s/he is otherwise involved; • Details of any leave s/he takes or requests during employment relationship, or sickness absence including health-related information; • Details of travel; • Extra information that the employee chooses to tell; • Any comments s/he posts on candidate or client profiles. • Financial information (including where the Bank needs to carry out financial background checks); • Diversity information including racial or ethnic origin, religious or other beliefs, and physical or mental health, including disability-related information; • Trade union membership; • child care or carer arrangements; • CCTV footage and other information obtained through electronic means such as swipe card or site-access records; • Details of any criminal convictions; • In certain circumstances, for appropriate Staff such as those of Relationship Managers, telephone recordings; • The dates, times and frequency with which the employee accesses the internet using the Bank’s Devices or through the Bank’s Systems and how the employee chooses to use the Systems and internet in this way, including the websites the employee searches for and visits and the content s/he views; and • Communications which pass through the Bank’s Systems or on/from the Bank’s Devices, including emails, instant messages, social media posts, text messages and app-based messages (such as WhatsApp) that s/he sends and receives from his/her corporate email address, corporate-related social media accounts (including LinkedIn) or on the Bank’s Devices, including “Bring Your Own” (BYO) Devices where communications are sent via the Bank’s Systems. • Fax • Date of Birth • Gender • Emergency Contact • Trusted Persons • Signature Specimen • CV/Employment History • Education & Training • Work Permit • Bank Account • Tax Information • Investment Profile and Details • Passport • Driving License • National ID Card • Proof of Address • Photographs, or other kind of personal document • Sex/Gender

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List of Jurisdictions to which Personal Data may be transferred:

Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guernsey, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isle Of Man, Italy, Jersey, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Andorra, Croatia, Faroe Islands, Japan, United Arab Emirates

Former Properties

Business activities:

Advising on Financial Products until 19 September 2022

Arranging Deals in Investments until 19 September 2022

Arranging Credit and Advising on Credit until 19 September 2022

Providing Credit until 19 September 2022

Accepting Deposits until 19 September 2022

Dealing in Investments as Principal until 19 September 2022

Dealing in Investments as Agent until 19 September 2022

Managing Assets until 19 September 2022

Providing Custody until 19 September 2022

Trade Name:

Banque de Commerce et de Placements SA


NECATI EMRE YILDIRIM until 20 March 2016

Cem Osmanoglu until 30 September 2012

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