This Privacy Policy defines and informs you about the way in which we collect and use your personal data (hereafter “the Data“), as the party that is responsible for the processing of said data. This policy applies when you visit our website, when you become a Member of our website or when you access our services, including via our mobile application. This policy is an integral part of the MarketScreener’s Terms of Service. Terms written with a capital letter have the same definition as the one they have been given in said Terms of Service.

The Data Controller as mentioned in this Privacy Policy is SURPERFORMANCE SAS, a company registered under French law - RCS Annecy nr. 439 430 059 - with a capital of EUR 414 501. The company’s registered office is located at 17 avenue d’Albigny, 74000 Annecy, France, and Franck MOREL is its legal representative.

In order to ensure the security and the confidentiality of your Data, we implement appropriate technical and organizational measures conform the applicable legal provisions. 

Our website, mobile application, and services are meant for adults so that we don’t collect Data on children younger than 16 years old.

This Privacy Policy may change at any time, especially in order to comply with legal or regulatory developments. It is up to you to regularly consult its current version, the most recent date of revision being indicated at the end of the document.    


We collect various Data about you, whether this is (i) to allow the execution of a contract that you have with us, (ii) due to the fact that there exists a legitimate interest from our side (commercial prospection purposes), (iii) following your consent, or (iv) to meet our legal requirements.

            1.1. Data you provide

When you become a Member or when you sign up for our services you provide us with various Data, among which:

The mandatory or non-mandatory nature of the requested Data is indicated at the time of their collection, the failure to communicate mandatory Data resulting in the impossibility to answer your request.

            1.2. Data we receive from third-parties

When we offer services together with a third party, the latter may transfer us certain Data about you, just like we may send them some Data. You are specifically informed about this when you use this joint service.

            1.3. Data we assume

By bringing together the data that you provide with the data that we gather automatically and/or general and anonymous statistics, we may establish assumptions about services that match your usage and/or expectations.

            1.4. Data we collect automatically: cookies and other technologies

When you visit our website or our application, we automatically collect data about how you use our services.

Some of this Data is gathered via cookies. For more information about the nature of cookies and your choice in the matter, we invite you to check our Cookie Policy.

Cookies particularly allow us to collect information related to your use of our services: the selected configurations, the number of pages visited, the session ID, the URL of the referring page, etc.

We also collect Data via pixels and tracking links, meaning:

NB: it is possible that content on our website and application contains cookies, tags, pixels or tracking links from third-parties. These technologies do not fall under our responsibility and the collected data is not being sent to us.


            2.1. Delivery of our services 

We collect and use your Data as part of your access to our website, application, and services, particularly in order to:

            2.2. Marketing and commercial prospection related to our services

Your Data is also collected to enable us to do marketing and/or commercial prospection, particularly to:

            2.3. Sales partnerships

Some of your Data allows us to let you benefit from joint offers we have set up with some of our business partners.

With your explicit prior consent, we can also use your Data to send you general information, advertising or promotional offers from our partners by email. 

            2.4. Compliance with legal and regulatory requirements

Your Data can be used to allow us to meet the legal and regulatory requirements that apply to us.


In principle, we are the only recipient of your Data.

We can, however, transfer your Data for legal or technical purposes as explained below.

            3.1. Subcontractors

We may transfer your Data to providers whose intervention is necessary to achieve one of the purposes of the Data collection (for example, the personalization of our content). We make sure that these third-parties treat your Data in a way that guarantees their integrity, their confidentiality, and their security. We only transfer them the Data that is strictly necessary for their intervention.  

When you enter your email address on our website (either to log in, or to sign up to a newsletter, or similar) or when you use our app, we may share personal data or other information that we collect from you, such as your email (in hashed, pseudonymous form), mobile advertising identifier, IP address, or information about your browser or operating system, with our partner LiveRamp and its group companies, acting as joint controllers. LiveRamp uses this information to create an online identification code for the purpose of recognising you on your devices. This code does not contain any of your identifiable personal data and will not be used by LiveRamp to re-identify you. We place this code in our first party cookie or a LiveRamp cookie and allow it to be used for online and cross-channel advertising. It may be shared with our advertising partners and other third party advertising companies globally for the purpose of enabling interest-based content or targeted advertising throughout your online experience (e.g. web, email, connected devices, and in-app, etc). Detailed information on LiveRamp's data processing activities is available in LiveRamp's privacy policy and opt-out here: You have the right to withdraw your consent or opt-out to the processing of your personal data at any time.

            3.2. Public authorities

Conform the current regulation, we can be brought to transfer your Data to the public authorities at their request and/or to meet our legal requirements and/or to protect and defend our rights. In such cases, only the information that is strictly necessary is communicated. 

            3.3. Business partners

In case of a joint offer with a third party, we may send them some of your Data. You are specifically informed about this when you use this joint service.

NB: When you check the box “I would like to receive special offers from’s partners“, your Data is not transferred to these partners.


We keep your Data during the time necessary for the delivery of our services or any other purpose for which it has been collected as mentioned above, in compliance with the current legal provisions.  

When you are a Member but you haven’t subscribed to our paid services, we delete your Data 3 years after the last contact from you, or, if not, the collection of the Data.

The Data collected via cookies is kept for maximum 13 months starting from the moment they were first placed.

However, we may keep certain Data longer, either we archive it for the purpose of managing potential disputes, or we keep it, after anonymizing it, for statistical, commercial or financial purposes.  


We keep your Data in France.

Marginally, it is possible that the Data that is gathered automatically is transferred towards other countries of the European Union, or even outside of it. In this situation, we make sure, in particular contractually, that the processing is done in accordance with the protection standards applicable in France.


            6.1. Your rights in terms of access to your Data

You have the following rights regarding your Data:

You can exercise some of these rights directly in your ‘My Account’ section on the website.

You can also exercise them via email or by post:

In order to reply to your request, and for security reasons, we may ask you to provide us with proof of identity.

In case of an unsatisfactory response, you have the right to file a complaint with the French CNIL.

            6.2. Your rights in terms of commercial solicitation

You will find in your ‘My Account’ section a page that is dedicated to the modification of your choices in terms of commercial solicitation from us as well as from our partners.

The emails we send you systematically include a link to unsubscribe by the way, except when your consent isn’t required (meaning when the email is intrinsically linked to the delivery of our services, such as the payment confirmation email, or when it’s about proposing you services that are similar to those that we provide you already). 


We participate in IAB Europe's transparency and consent framework and comply with its specifications and guidelines. To this end, we use the Consent Management Platform (CMP) from Sourcepoint Technology Inc, 228 Park Ave S #87903, New York 10003-1502, United States, as a subcontractor. In accordance with the IAB Europe Transparency and Consent Framework, Sourcepoint is identified as IAB Europe ID #6. Sourcepoint's CMP allows you to grant us data protection compliant consent to process your data and to revoke such consent at any time. You may also object to the processing of data based on our legitimate interest.
Here you will find an overview of your setting options, the purposes and the third parties involved: Privacy Manager.
More information on data protection and the CMP is available on the Sourcepoint website:

Last updated: September 8th, 2020.