Busquets Consultors

Cookies and Privacy Policy


This Website uses cookies and/or similar technologies that store and retrieve information when you browse. In this Cookies Policy, we explain what cookies are, what they are used for, and how you can configure and disable them if you wish. In addition, we indicate what types of cookies, BUSQUETS CONSULTORS, S. L.P., the company responsible for the website through which you have accessed this Cookies Policy (the “Website”), and which is duly identified in the Legal Notice contained therein, uses and for what purpose.

We invite you to read this Cookies Policy carefully.

1 What are cookies and what are they for?

Cookies are data storage and retrieval devices that are used on your device (for example, your computer, tablet or mobile phone), in order to store information and retrieve information already stored. Cookies are used to ensure the quality, usability and proper functioning of websites, as well as to store and retrieve information about browsing habits and personalize their content, sometimes being able to recognize the user of a website.

Therefore, cookies are essential for the proper functioning of the Internet, and in no case do they suppose a risk to your computer or device. Furthermore, they can help us to recognize the need for improvements in parts of the Website and to detect malfunctions.

2 What types of cookies are used on this Website and what is their purpose?

Below we provide information about the different types of cookies used on the Website.

  • Technical cookies: these are cookies that allow you to browse the Website and enable you to use its different functionalities and services, for example, login with your identifier, remember the elements that make up an order, carry out a purchase process, manage a payment, and control fraud linked to the security of the service. These cookies are installed automatically on your device.

  • Preference or personalization cookies: these are cookies that allow information to be remembered so that you can access the Website with characteristics that may differentiate your experience from that of other users, such as, for example, the appearance or content of the Website or your language (if you have this option), which may vary depending on the type of browser you use.

  • Analysis or measurement cookies: these are cookies that allow the monitoring and analysis of your behavior on the Website. This information makes it possible to measure and analyse the Website’s activity, with the aim of introducing the necessary improvements to the Website based on the analysis of the browsing data collected.

  • Behavioural advertising cookies: these are cookies that store information on the behaviour of users obtained through the continuous observation of their browsing habits, which allows a specific profile to be developed in order to display advertising based on it.

You can see the list of cookies used by the Website you are visiting, and the characteristics of these cookies, in section 4 of this Policy: “List of cookies”.

3 How can you set cookies on the Website?

3.1 Cookie configuration through the cookie setting center

You can accept or decline the use of cookies through the cookie settings center that we make available to you, which can be accessed either through the basic cookie information message that appears when you first visit the Website or by prompting you to update your consent.

Please note that if you accept third-party cookies, you will need to delete them, if you wish, directly through your browser’s cookie management options.

4 List of cookies 

Necessary cookies


Preference or personalization cookies


Analysis or measurement cookies


Advertising cookies (including behavioral advertising) 


5 Additional information

You can consult additional information about the processing of your information, in particular about your rights and the procedures for exercising them, in the Legal Notice and the Privacy Policy, which you will find available through the link at the page footer of the Website, which we invite you to consult.

Privacy and Data Protection Policy

BUSQUETS CONSULTORS, S.L. P. (hereinafter the Entity) is committed to due diligence and compliance with Data Protection regulations.

Below is detailed information on the Privacy and Personal Data Protection Policy in compliance with the provisions of Article 13 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 (General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR) and Article 11 of Organic Law 3/2018, on the Protection of Personal Data and Guarantee of Digital Rights (LOPD GDD).

The identification and contact details of the Data Controller and its Data Protection Officer (DPO) are the following: 

  • Identity: BUSQUETS CONSULTORS, S.L.P. (N.I.F. B61499620)

  • Address: Carrer Major, 40, 08221, Terrassa (Barcelona)

  • Telephone: 937338920  

  • E-mail: info@busquetsconsultors.com

  • DPO contact details: 

  • Channel: www.corporate-ethicline.com/busquets-consultors

Purposes of processing 

The Entity will process the information provided by the interested parties for the following purposes: 

  • Manage your attention, visit and meeting at our facilities.

  • Manage the provision and implementation of the services and products contracted.

  • Manage any type of request, suggestion or petition about our professional services made by interested parties.

  • Informative and commercial communications: processing of your data in order to inform you about activities, articles of interest and general information related to our activity and the services/products contracted. 

  • Manage data provided by candidates for a job position through the Curriculum Vitae (CV) or other means for the purpose of selection and recruitment process.

  • Ensure the security of offices, facilities and people through access controls, video surveillance systems and other access control/identification systems.

  • Comply with the legal provisions that apply to the Entity and its activities in terms of health and occupational risk prevention.

  • Manage and control the functioning of the internal mechanisms, policies and protocols established by the Entity for regulatory compliance purposes and the management of the whistleblowing channels for this purpose.

  • All those processing operations that are applicable to us for due compliance with the regulations and official / sectorial requirements to which our activity is subject.

For the proper purpose and development of your attention and management of the above purposes, the processing of your data for the purposes that correspond to those mentioned above will be carried out under the strictest compliance with the Data Protection regulations and the Policy that we are detailing. You can exercise your rights at any time (see specific section).

Data Retention Period

  • Management of services / products contracted with the Entity: the personal data provided in the contracts, offers and/or service proposals, as well as personal data of other people whose intervention is necessary, will be kept as long as the contracted services are in force. At the end of the provision of the contracted services, the personal data shall be kept in the event that liabilities may arise with the Entity and/or in compliance with other regulatory frameworks that are applicable to the Entity or a regulation with the status of law that requires the conservation of them. Personal data shall be kept in such a way as to allow the identification and exercise of the rights of those affected and under the legal and organizational technical measures necessary to guarantee their confidentiality and integrity.

  • Curriculum Vitae Management: the Entity, as a rule, keeps your Curriculum Vitae for a maximum period of one year; at the end of this period, it will be automatically destroyed, in compliance with the principle of data quality.

  • Management of Employment Contracts: the personal data will be kept, in any case, for the duration of the employment relationship and, at the end of this, in the cases in which responsibilities may arise between the parties and when it is required by a regulation with the status of law.

  • Others: the rest of the data and information provided by the user by any means will be kept for no longer than it is necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected.


The legal basis that enables the Entity to process the personal data of users, customers and potential customers are the following titles:

  • The consent of the interested people for the processing and management of any request for information or enquiry about our services and products.

  • The consent given by job applicants for selection and recruitment purposes.

  • The framework for the provision and/or contracting of services/products with the Entity.

  • The legitimate interest in sending you informative, commercial and/or promotional offers related to the Entity’s activity and the services/products contracted via e-mail or any other means.

  • Compliance with legal obligations and internal regulatory compliance procedures.

  • The legitimate interest in ensuring the security of offices, facilities and people.


No personal data will be transferred to third parties, except as provided for by law.


Personal data is obtained directly from interested people and from our partners or collaborators. The categories of personal data provided to us by are the following:

  • Identification data.

  • Postal or electronic addresses.

  • Data provided and/or consented to by the interested parties themselves related to and necessary for the management and performance of the service / product requested.  

Data subjects rights

Right of Access, Rectification and Deletion: interested parties have the right to obtain confirmation as to whether the Entity is processing personal data concerning them. Interested parties have the right to access their personal data, as well as to request the rectification of inaccurate data or request its deletion when, among other reasons, the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected.

Right to Restriction and Opposition: in certain circumstances, data subjects may request that we restrict the processing of their data, in which case we will only retain the data for the purpose of exercising or defending claims. In certain circumstances and for reasons related to their situation, data subjects may object to the processing of their data. The Entity will stop processing the data in this case, except for compelling legitimate reasons, or for the exercise or defense of possible claims.

Right to revoke consent: data subjects have the right to withdraw their consent at any time, except in the case of processing of personal data provided for in the Data Protection Regulations or necessary for the provision of the contracted service, which does not require such consent. However, this withdrawal does not have retroactive effects, so it will not affect the lawfulness of the processing based on previously granted consent.

These rights can be exercised in our Channel (see specific section).

Security and Control Measures


In compliance with data protection regulations, the Entity will process personal data by applying the appropriate technical, legal, organizational and security measures in order to guarantee the confidentiality and integrity of the information it manages in accordance with the provisions of the regulations in force.

We really appreciate that you inform the Data Protection Officer through the Channel established in this Privacy Policy, of any security risk, of which you have indications or knowledge, that may compromise the integrity and confidentiality of personal data and/or confidential information, in order to be able to take the necessary measures to avoid its unauthorized processing, loss, destruction or accidental damage.


As a specific and complementary concept to the above, the Entity applies cybersecurity measures to prevent and manage possible attacks and fraud by cybercriminals that threaten the privacy and protection of the data that our Entity processes and accesses in the scope of its activities and operations.

In this sense, we would like to warn that in the event of possible situations of risk due to communications whose content and/or format generate doubts as to their authenticity, we recommend omitting them and contacting the Data Protection Department through the contact details indicated in this Privacy Policy.

Any request you receive from our Entity regarding changes in payment methods, requests for data or contact details or confidential (non-public) information, bank and/or credit card details and/or other official data, must not be attended without direct confirmation from our Entity by an alternative means. We are grateful for and need your cooperation in communicating and reporting any notification of this type of request and other possible situations of risk of cyber-attacks in which our Entity may be used, as well as any possible security risk of which you may be aware of.


The Entity has implemented a Channel, contemplating the highest commitment, rigour and professionalism in terms of security, experience, independence and knowledge in the processing of the received communications. 

The Channel, which includes the use in the field of Data Protection, has been implemented through a web platform, developed and managed by an independent external expert, to provide and guarantee our previous commitments to you.

Through the Channel, you can communicate and process the exercise of your Rights (see previous section) and communicate any indication or knowledge you may have of possible security violations (breaches), cyber-attacks and/or possible breaches or irregularities regarding Data Protection regulations and this Entity’s Policy.

The Channel access is detailed at the beginning of this Policy.

Supervisory authority

In case of disagreement with the Entity in relation to the processing of your data, you have the right to file a claim with the relevant Data Protection Supervisory Authority. In Spain, this Authority is the Spanish Data Protection Agency (www.aepd.es).

Attention and support 

Interested parties may notify the Entity of any doubts regarding the processing of their personal data or the interpretation of our Privacy Policy, by contacting the Data Protection Officer (DPO) at the address indicated at the beginning of this Policy.


1. Information prior to the contractual process

The General Contract Conditions, together with the Contract Particular Conditions that may be established in specific cases, rule the relations that may arise between BUSQUETS CONSULTANTS, SLP (hereinafter, the Entity) and those third parties that contract the services offered by the Entity, in accordance with the applicable legal provisions. In particular, Law 7/1998, of April 13, on General Contract Conditions, Law 3/2014, of March 27, which modifies the consolidated text of the General Law for the Defence of Consumers and Users and other complementary laws, Law 7/1996, of January 15, on the Regulation of Retail Trade and Law 34/2002, of July 11, on Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce.

These General Contract Conditions have an indefinite period of validity and will be applicable to all contracts accorded with the Entity. It will not be possible to contract any product and/or service without previously reading these Conditions and the Privacy Policy. BUSQUETS CONSULTANTS, SLP reserves the right to unilaterally modify the mentioned Conditions, without affecting the services that were acquired prior to the modification. Nevertheless, the Entity reserves the right to apply, in certain cases, Particular Contract Conditions or other clauses or specific contracts that replace, alter or complement these General Conditions when it deems appropriate, announcing it in a timely manner.

These Conditions do not apply to administrative contracts, employment contracts, those for the constitution of companies, those that regulate family relations or succession contracts.

The user or client may access the Contract General Conditions of at any time, which are available in the footer of the Portal www.busquetsconsultors.com. Their validity will depend on their exposure, and they will be valid until they are modified by others duly published.

2. Identification data of the service provider

BUSQUETS CONSULTANTS, SLP is a tax and legal services firm, whose main objective is to offer a comprehensive service to both natural and legal persons in the fields of Tax, Fiscal, Commercial, Civil, Accounting and Financial Law.

The identification data of the service provider is provided below:

  • Social denomination: BUSQUETS CONSULTANTS, SLP

  • Address: Major St., 40, 08221, Terrassa (Barcelona)

  • Email address: info@busquetsconsultors.com 

  • Telephone contact: 937338920

  • Tax identification number: B61499620

  • Registry inscription: Commercial Registry of xxxxxxx, Volume xxxx, Folio xxxx, Sheet xxxxx, Inscription x.

3. Object and scope of contract

BUSQUETS CONSULTANTS, SLP provides professional consultancy and advisory services aimed at adequate planning and personalized monitoring for both companies and individuals, whether they are tax residents or foreigners, in order to comply with the obligations generated by current legislation in Spain. Specifically, fiscal and legal services in the fields of Tax, Fiscal, Commercial, Civil, Accounting and Financial Law, especially M&A, restructuring, succession and inheritance.

All natural persons of legal age may initiate the contracting process in their own name. In the case of legal persons, the request for services must be carried out by a duly authorized proxy or legal representative of the company.

The services will be provided following the criteria of efficiency, speed, seriousness, and prudence, always in accordance with the precise instructions previously provided by the client. In the absence of explicit instructions, based on the professional opinion of BUSQUETS CONSULTANTS, SLP, services will be provided in accordance with:

  • The specifications of the assignment sheet of professional works.

  • General usage and recognized industry practices that apply.

  • The methods that the Entity considers appropriate or pertinent for technical, operational and/or financial reasons.

Any modification, extension or reduction of the work or service commissioned must be carried out by mutual agreement, through the same procedures followed for the initial commission or through the establishment of a specific agreement.

The Entity may subcontract or delegate the total or partial execution of any of the services required to any agent or subcontractor. Consequently, the client authorizes the transmission of all the necessary information to the agent or subcontractor for the said purpose.

At any time, the client can request detailed information about the services provided by the Entity, the aspects included in contracting them and the associated cost. In the case of services on offer, promotions, gifts or discounts, the characteristics, price and validity period will be clearly and comprehensibly indicated.

The Entity reserves the right to deny or reject the contract when:

  • The data provided is contrary to the truth and/or inaccurate.

  • The request may damage the corporate image or is contrary to the commercial purposes pursued.

  • The client has pending payment for a previously contracted service with the Entity.

The documentation related to the contracting will be incorporated into the databases, servers and other storage systems of BUSQUETS CONSULTANTS, SLP.

The languages ​​in which the contract can be formalized are Catalan, Spanish and English.

4. Obligations of the parties

The client agrees to:

  • Pay the due fees in the manner and conditions contractually agreed.

  • Actively collaborate with the Entity to make the provision of the service possible.

  • Provide the necessary data, sufficiently in advance, to develop the contracted service and guarantee that the transferred information is true and adequate.

  • Communicate data modifications or identified mistakes.

  • Do not provide confusing, erroneous, incomplete, untrue or false information.

  • Do not use the services to carry out activities contrary to law, morality and public order or for illicit, prohibited purposes or effects, harmful to the rights and interests of third parties.

The service provider undertakes to:

  • Provide the service in the agreed terms, in a timely and professional manner.

  • Guarantee the continuity, consistency, rigor and quality of the service.

  • Act with the greatest diligence, urgency and care possible.

  • Employ professionals, subcontractors and other duly qualified interveners.

  • Provide the required assistance and reasonable resources to provide the service.

  • Cooperate in good faith to achieve the satisfactory performance of services.

  • Notify the client of any situation that could affect the provision of the service.

5. Price and method of payment

The consulting services offered are marketed in euros (€) and include the corresponding taxes and fees. The Entity will formalize a statement of work or other written document, which will describe the scope, fees, nature and other relevant characteristics of the service provided. There will be no obligation to start the work until both parties have mutually agreed to formalize the mentioned document. Client will not be responsible for deducting or withholding consulting fees or expenses paid, any taxes, unemployment amounts, Social Security or other expenses, except as required by law.

The price of the offer is binding for both parties and its acceptance implies that the client knows and accepts the amount resulting from it. Therefore, the client must comply with the payment obligations in the agreed terms and conditions.

The prices applicable to the services provided in the course of the mentioned contract will be those established in the rates of the Entity and may change without prior notice, although those in force at the time of each provision of services will be applicable. Each party will be responsible, with total indemnification of the counterpart, of the expenses, taxes, fees or excise duties that correspond to it in accordance with the law. The client will be responsible for those expenses, taxes, fees or excise duties that derive directly or indirectly from the provision of the services.

As a general rule, the accepted payment methods are credit or debit card, account deposit and direct debit.

In the event of non-payment or late payment, the Entity may file any legally appropriate actions in defence of its right before the competent jurisdiction. Likewise, it may communicate the said end to the information services on asset and credit solvency, in accordance with the provisions of the applicable regulations.

6. Validity and termination of the contract

The Entity may resolve the provision of services, suspending the provision in progress or terminating it in the following cases:

  • By mutual agreement of the parties, stated in writing.

  • Non-compliance or delay in the client’s essential payment obligation.

  • The dissolution, liquidation, business cessation, insolvency or financial difficulties that could reasonably prevent from it fulfilling the obligations.

  • The appointment of a liquidator or a similar figure.

  • The attachment or any legal action on the majority of the assets of the other party.

  • The sale of all or most of its assets.

  • Failure to comply with contractual obligations and the terms of these General Conditions, without being corrected after notification.

  • Due to force majeure, fortuitous event and other causes provided for in the laws.

In these cases, from the date of notification of the resolution to the client, the client will be obliged to pay the Entity the fees accrued to date, together with the derived damages and other costs that may have been incurred.

Both parties may terminate the contract in advance and unilaterally, without just cause, indemnifying the other party for the damages caused by the termination.

7. Right of withdrawal

In accordance with the provisions of the current regulations on the defence of consumers and users, the client will have the right to withdraw from the contract for the provision of services within a period of 14 calendar days from its conclusion, without indicating the reason and without incurring in any cost.

This right may be exercised by notification through the email info@busquetsconsultors.com, indicating unequivocally that it is their intention to withdraw from the formalized contract.

In accordance with the provisions of article 103 of Law 3/2014, of March 27, which modifies the consolidated text of the General Law for the Defence of Consumers and Users, the right of withdrawal will not be applicable in those contracts for the provision of services whose execution has begun, with the agreement of the consumer and user, before the end of the period of 14 calendar days. Nor will the right of withdrawal apply to supplies of services or goods made according to the consumer’s specifications or clearly personalized, or that, due to their nature, cannot be returned or may deteriorate or expire quickly.

8. Payment refund

The Entity will reimburse the user for the amount paid using the same payment method that the user used to carry out the initial transaction, that is, bank transfer. This refund will not generate any additional cost to the user.

9. Confidentiality

Without prejudice to any other agreements signed for this purpose, the information and/or documentation provided by the contracting parties or that to which they have access by virtue of the provision of the consulting service, regardless of the support in which they appear, either technical, economic, commercial, computer or any other nature, are strictly confidential and must be treated and used in accordance with such confidentiality and for the sole purpose of providing services.

Both parties undertake, reciprocally one regarding the other, to keep secret and not reveal to third parties any confidential information that is provided or to which one of the parties is given access by the other party and will adopt the measures necessary of a technical and organizational nature to ensure that unauthorized third parties have access to this confidential information and that it is not disclosed.

The Entity undertakes to apply internal procedures, policies and regulations regarding company secrets, confidentiality, security, cybersecurity, data protection and other associated regulations.

10. Applicable law and jurisdiction

These conditions are governed by Spanish law.

The Entity and the User will make every reasonable effort to amicably resolve any dispute that may arise from these General Contract Conditions. For these purposes, claims may be submitted by phone, by email or through the Whistleblowing Channel: www.corporate-ethicline.com/busquets-consultors.

In the event that the parties cannot resolve any dispute, the corresponding Judges or Courts will be competent to resolve them according to current regulations.

Additionally, in accordance with Regulation (EU) 524/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council, of May 21, 2013, on online dispute resolution in consumer matters, we inform you that you can access the dispute resolution platform online from the European Union at the following link: www.ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr