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Information on the processing of the personal data obtained through the “D&B OnBoard” database

In compliance with Article 14 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) (the “GDPR”), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs provides the following information on the processing of personal data obtained through the “D&B OnBoard” database (the “Database”).   

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic (the “MFA”) was established by Act No 2/1969 concerning the establishment of ministries and other central government authorities of the Czech Socialist Republic as amended. According to Section 6(1) of this act, the MFA is a central government authority responsible for the area of foreign policy. It creates foreign policy concepts, coordinates foreign development assistance, coordinates external economic relations, takes part in negotiations on international sanctions, and coordinates the Czech Republic's positions relating to such sanctions.


Within the limits of its competence, the MFA makes provisions for the fulfilment of tasks relating to bilateral economic and trade relations and provides support for  Czech enterprises and their trade and economic interests in the area of external economic relations, namely in establishing contacts and obtaining information on foreign markets and business opportunities. The MFA takes part in promoting foreign investment, namely by assisting with specific investment projects. To this end, the MFA works closely with the relevant organisations, institutions and business associations (namely CzechTourism, CzechTrade, CzechInvest, Czech Export Bank, Export Guarantee and Insurance Corporation, Czech Chamber of Commerce, Confederation of Industry of the Czech Republic, Association of Exporters).   


Within the MFA, the personal data contained in the Database are processed by the Economic Diplomacy Department. The processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the exercise of official authority as foreseen in Article 6(1)(e) of the GDPR.  

Contact details of the MFA


Czernin Palace

Loretánské nám. 101/5
118 00 Praha 1 - Hradčany

Electronic registry  


Central telephone number

+420 224 181 111

Data mailbox




Contact details of the Economic Diplomacy Department




+420 224 18 2592



Contact details of the MFA Data Protection Officer

First name, surname

Alice Marie Svobodová




+420 224 18 2335



The Database contains data on foreign trade and business entities. The data are actively collected by the MFA on the grounds stated above, in particular for the purpose of assessment of business and reputation risks. The personal data are processed by authorised staff of the Economic Diplomacy Department and they are not disclosed to any other persons or entities.


The Database contains the following:

Identification data

  • first name/surname;
  • date of birth;
  • business ID;
  • registered office;
  • address;

Contact data

  • email;
  • telephone number;


  • company name;
  • position;
  • information on income;
  • payment behaviour;
  • outstanding debts;
  • restraint orders;
  • insolvency proceedings;
  • information on ownership interests.


The Database does not contain any special categories of personal data.


The data received through the Database are processed throughout the period for which the contract with the Database provider is in force, unless the data subject objects to the processing.


The personal data contained in the Database are provided by Bisnode D&B Česká a Slovenská republika, s.r.o., business ID 45806314, registered office address: Siemensova 2717/4, Praha 5. Additional information on Bisnode D&B Česká a Slovenská republika, s.r.o. and on the processed data is available at www.bisnode.cz/privacy.


On the basis of the GDPR, data subjects may exercise the following rights. The rights may be invoked by contacting the Economic Diplomacy Department (see contact details above). The Economic Diplomacy Department may also be contacted with any inquiries concerning the processing of personal data.