1.) Certain content displayed on the website of AVHGA – Rural Credit Guarantee Foundation might be protected by copyright (particularly: graphics and pictures) or considered as trademark (specifically AVHGA’s logo). For any use of the website’s content, which exceeds personal use in any form, the written permission of AVGHA is required.
The information and data displayed on this website are for guidance only and AVHGA takes no responsibility for the completeness, accuracy or possible alteration of such information and data. Particularly, AVGHA assumes no liability for the damages arising from the use, the accessibility or the lack of accessibility of the website or any information thereon. The terms and conditions for the use of the services provided by AVHGA are included in the up-to-date versions of the General Business Conditions and General Conditions of Contract.
2.) AVHGA undertakes to fully comply with the provisions of Act LXIII of 1992 on the Protection of Personal Data and the Disclosure of Information of Public Interest in the course of processing and handling the personal data that might have come to its knowledge. The Foundation protects all personal data and information that have come to its knowledge – in particular, against unauthorized access, alteration, forwarding, disclosure, erasure or destruction, as well as against accidental loss or damage – and manages such data and information as bank secret within the meaning of Act CXII of 1996 on Credit Institutions and Financial Enterprises.
Your personal data disclosed at our website will be stored and processed with the view to provide you individual services and to send you information on our products and services. Your data will not be forwarded to third parties.
Your data recorded will be processed by AVHGA (our data protection registration No.: 02235-0001). Please forward your complaints on data protection to our internal data protection officer using the contact module “Do you have any questions?” indicated on the opening page of the Foundation’s website.
3.) In the cases defined in Act CXXXVI of 2007 on the Prevention and Combating of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing, so in particular when customer relations are established and/or if the value of a cash transaction is HUF 3.6 million or more, customer due diligence is mandatory. In accordance with legal regulations, personal identification documents need to be presented during administration.