Privacy Policy

Personal data and cookies

1. Personal data protection policy

Generally speaking, you are not required to divulge your personal data when you visit our website ( There are, however, some exceptions. For certain services offered on our website exclusively for professional investors, you may be required to provide us with certain data, such as: your name, the name of your company and your position within that company, your email address and your telephone number. This is the case when you fill out the form that is given to you online under the heading “Contact”. In any case, you may decline to provide your personal data, but you would not then be authorised to use the website services. particularly when we request information on your company or when we ask whether you wish to receive newsletters. We may also automatically compile some information on you when you are merely browsing on our website, including: information on how you use our website, the pages you view, and the services that you access, your IP address, your type of browser, and the time you spend accessing it. Such information shall be used exclusively for internal statistics for the purpose of enhancing the quality of services offered to you. Databases are protected by the provisions of the Law of 1 July transposing Directive 96/9 of 11 March 1996 pertaining to the legal protection of databases.

In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (European Union Regulation n° 2016/679), persons who provide data by name on our website may exercise their right of access to such data, and their right to correct or delete such information. They may also exercise their right to limit the processing of such data and their right to data portability. You may exercise these rights by writing to: Marigny Capital, 9 rue de la Paix, 75002 Paris, France or

You also have the right to refuse to receive prospecting messages. You may exercise this right by writing to the same postal or online address. Nevertheless, if, in the future, you wish to receive emailed information on Marigny Capital, please contact us.

In accordance with regulations currently in force, telephone conversations with Marigny Capital are recorded

We pledge to take all precautions in ensuring the security of such data and, in particular, to keep them from being deformed, damaged or provided to third parties.

2. What is a cookie?

Cookies are text files containing a small amount of information that is installed on your device when you view a website. Cookies are then sent to the original website during each of your future viewings or to another website that recognises the cookies. Cookies are useful in allowing a website to recognise the device that you use and to offer a better browsing experience on the website.

Cookies are used for various purposes. For example, they allow you to browse efficiently among the website’s pages while memorising your preferences and optimising your general user experience. They may also be used to ensure that pop-up ads correspond best to your interests.

Cookies do not themselves identify an individual user. They identify only the computer or device that you use via a randomly assigned identification tag.

To find out more about cookies, go to: and

For a video on cookies go to:

3. How does Marigny Capital use cookies?

To optimise your browsing experience on Marigny Capital’s website, your computer, tablet or smartphone must accept cookies. Marigny Capital uses cookies to offer you a better browsing experience on its website (

Session cookies: these are temporary cookies that are placed in your browser’s cookie file until you close the browser session. These cookies are required so that certain applications or features of the website can function properly.

Persistent cookies: we will probably use persistent cookies in order to improve your user experience (for example, in offering optimised browsing). Such cookies are stored in your browser’s cookie file for a longer period of time. How long depends on your browser settings. Persistent cookies are used to send information to the server whenever someone views the website in question. Persistent cookies are also known as tracer cookies.

4. How to manage or refuse cookies

You may accept or refuse cookies on all websites that you view by modifying the settings on your web browser.

To manage cookies and your choices, each browser’s configuration is different. It is described in your browser’s help menu, which will tell you how to modify your cookie settings.

Contact and complaints

1. Contact us

For any question, remark or request regarding our cookies policy, please contact us using our contact form or at the following email address:

2. Claims processing

In the event of litigation or claim from a client, the contracting parties agree to make efforts to reach an amicable arrangement. Clients may send their claims to the following address: Marigny Capital, 9 rue de la Paix, 75002 Paris, France or by email to:

Marigny Capital shall have 10 days to acknowledge receipt of the claim, followed by two months from the date of receipt of the claim to reply to it. If no amicable arrange can be reached, the parties may then inform the ombudsman of the French Financial Markets Authority at the following address: L’Autorité des Marchés Financiers, Madame Marielle COHEN-BRANCHE, 17 place de la Bourse 75082 Paris Cedex 02, France (


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