Privacy policy

UAB “JUNONALT” (hereinafter referred to as the Company) acknowledges the vital importance of protecting personal data and respects every individual’s right to safeguard their personal information while ensuring responsible handling.

This Privacy Policy provides comprehensive information about how the Company collects, processes, stores, and uses your personal data. Before becoming a client and accessing our services, including our website (, please take a moment to review the Company’s Privacy Policy.

If you don’t agree with our Privacy Policy, please refrain from using our services and website, as we may not be able to guarantee compliance with the laws of the Republic of Lithuania in providing our services.

Please note that this Privacy Policy doesn’t cover any third-party websites, programs, mobile apps, or applications not owned by the Company, even if you access them through the website. This policy also doesn’t apply to third-party-collected and used information, for which we hold no responsibility. Therefore, we recommend reading the Privacy Policies of respective third-party websites or applications before using them.

Below, you’ll find the regulations of the Privacy Policy enforced by UAB JUNONALT, detailing your usage of the Company’s website.

UAB JUNONALT, personal data controller, company code: 303533362, address: K. Donelaičio g. 62-1, LT-44428, Kaunas, phone number: +370 657 53033, email address:

What types of personal data do we process?

When you visit the UAB JUNONALT-managed website, engage with our administered social media accounts, or communicate with us via email or phone, we may gather and process the following information:

Information collected through cookies (details available in the “What cookies are used on the UAB JUNONALT ( website?” section of the Privacy Policy);

Personal data that you provide when exchanging currency, making inquiries, submitting requests, and filing complaints (such as your name, last name, email address, the content of your inquiry, and other details mentioned in the relevant inquiry forms). This data will be stored for two years from the date of receiving your inquiry;

Personal data (such as name, surname, comments, questions, etc.) that you voluntarily provide through active engagement on our social media accounts (e.g., Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.). This data will be kept for a duration of 2 years from the date of submission;

Video data, if you enter the area under video surveillance upon visiting UAB JUNONALT exchange offices. We process video data of both our employees and other individuals in this area based on our legitimate interests, aiming to ensure the safety of people and property, and to meet legal obligations. We will maintain this video data for a maximum of two months;

Any other personal data you may provide to us at any time using our website or through various communication methods will also be subject to this policy. This data will be stored for a period of two years from the date of their submission;

To meet the legal requirements applicable to UAB JUNONALT, the Company processes the personal information of various individuals, including shareholders, management, members of the supervisory board, beneficiaries, representatives, authorized personnel, and others. This data encompasses roles, names, surnames, personal identification numbers, birthdates, addresses, details about owned securities, holdings in other companies, and additional personal information necessary for compliance with the laws of the Republic of Lithuania. The retention of this personal data will strictly adhere to the terms specified in the laws of the Republic of Lithuania.

The Company processes personal data of data subjects (including clients, suppliers, business partners, consultants, representatives of other parties in agreements, employees, authorized individuals, members of governing bodies, or other persons engaged in agreements with UAB JUNONALT) for the purposes of entering into, executing, and managing various transactions, contracts, or agreements, as well as for issuing VAT invoices. This personal data includes names, surnames, personal identification numbers, residential addresses, signatures, email addresses, phone numbers, and other relevant details.This personal data will be retained only for as long as necessary to achieve the purposes for which they are processed, in accordance with the General Guidelines for Document Retention Periods approved by the Chief Archivist of Lithuania, as well as the storage requirements stipulated by the laws of the Republic of Lithuania.

What are cookies and what cookies are used on the UAB JUNONALT ( website?

Cookies are small text files that are sent to your device’s browser when you visit a website. These cookies help recognize your device and assist us in improving the functionality and usability of the website. The use of these cookies is entirely legal and also completely safe for the devices you use and the information stored within them.

Why do we use cookies?

We utilize cookies to enhance the functionality of the website and to improve your overall experience while using it. Cookies also enable us to tailor your browsing experience and the content you encounter, presenting you with offers that are specifically relevant to you. By employing cookies, we can analyze your browsing history, using this information to create opportunities for you to engage with our services. Additionally, we use cookies for statistical analysis purposes and to deliver commercial and promotional offers. It’s important to note that the browsing data from your device, which doesn’t identify your personal identity, may be shared with our advertising service partners.

You can control the cookies used on this website through your device’s browser settings. This allows you to choose which cookies you want to accept, reject, or completely delete. You can fully decline all cookies at any time by removing them from your device’s browser, where they have been used or stored. The location for managing cookies depends on the browser you use (Safari, Chrome, Opera, Mozilla, etc.). To learn more about managing or removing cookies installed in your browser, you should visit the specific webpage of the browser you are using.

Most browsers allow you to reject all cookies, while some offer the option to reject only third-party cookies. So, you have the flexibility to utilize these options. However, please note that blocking all cookies will have a negative impact on your experience and the functionality of this website. Without cookies, you won’t be able to access all the services provided on this website. More detailed information about various cookies can

be found at or

You can also withdraw your consent for the use of these cookies in your browser at any time by emailing us at or by calling us at +370 657 53033.

By withdrawing your consent for cookie usage, you need to delete them from your browser on your device.

Who can we disclose your personal data to?

UAB JUNONALT may disclose your personal data to data processors who provide services to us or perform tasks (such as information technology, software maintenance and administration services, security services, document archiving service providers, etc.) and process your data on behalf of the Company as the data controller. Data processors have the right to process personal data only according to our instructions, to the extent necessary for the performance of their tasks. By engaging data processors, we take all necessary measures to ensure that our data processors have implemented appropriate organizational and technical measures to ensure the security of personal data and responsibly maintain the confidentiality of personal data.

Personal data may be transferred to law enforcement agencies, as well as to other state or municipal institutions conducting investigations, checks, or handling administrative, civil, or criminal cases, as evidence, to assist relevant institutions in properly performing their functions, conducting investigations, examining cases, or in other cases specified by law.

Personal data may also be provided to competent law enforcement, other state or municipal, supervisory institutions, when such information must be provided in accordance with the applicable laws of the Republic of Lithuania. Please be informed that your personal data will not be transferred to a third country and/or international organization.

How are the personal data you provide to us through social media used?

Any information you share with us on social media platforms, including messages, using features like “Like,” “Share,” and “Follow,” and other forms of communication, is

managed by the administrators of those social media platforms.

For further understanding about how your personal data is handled, we advise you to review the Privacy Policies of these third-party platforms and to reach out directly to the service providers if you have any questions regarding how they use your personal information.

How is your personal data processed?

Your personal data will be processed in accordance with the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) 2016/679, as well as the Law of the Republic of Lithuania on Legal Protection of Personal Data and other relevant regulations. These measures ensure the protection of your personal data and uphold the principles of data privacy and security.

We process your personal data based on lawful grounds defined in the legal acts regulating personal data protection. We only use your data when you agree, when it’s needed for contracts or orders, and when the law requires it for UAB “JUNONALT”.

To keep your data safe, we have methods in place to prevent accidental or illegal destruction, changes, sharing, or any other unauthorized use.

For how long your data will be kept?

We will store your personal data for the periods set out in this Privacy Policy. Once these storage periods expire, your data will be deleted or destroyed.

In cases where your personal data are included in relevant documents (contracts, authorizations, etc.), we will archive and store them according to the General Document Storage Index approved by the Order of the Chief Archivist of Lithuania, following the indicated terms.

In all cases, we will keep your personal data for no longer than necessary for the purposes of data processing or as specified by the laws of the Republic of Lithuania, if they establish a longer data retention period.

What are your rights?

You have the right to:

Submit a written request to provide you with information about whether data related to you are being processed, and if such data are being processed, you have the right to familiarize yourself with your personal data and this information: the purposes of data processing; the relevant categories of personal data; recipients of the data or categories of recipients to whom your personal data have been or will be disclosed; where possible, the envisaged period of personal data retention or, if not possible, the criteria used to determine that period;

Withdraw your consent for the processing of your personal data at any time, if we process your data based on your consent, by notifying us through the methods specified below in this Privacy Policy;

Request the correction of inaccurate or incomplete personal data related to you;

Demand that we delete your personal data (the right to be forgotten). However, this right is not absolute and can be justified when at least one of the following reasons exists: personal data are no longer necessary for the purposes they were collected or otherwise processed; you have decided to withdraw your consent for processing your personal data, when your personal data are processed exclusively based on consent and there is no other legal basis for processing your personal data; your personal data have been processed unlawfully; your data must be deleted when we are obligated to do so;

Demand that the processing of your personal data be restricted, when one of the following cases applies: you dispute the accuracy of the data for a period during which we can verify the accuracy of your personal data; the processing of your personal data is unlawful and you do not agree that your data should be deleted, but instead request to limit their use; we no longer need your data for processing purposes, but you need them to assert, exercise, or defend legal claims. When the processing of your personal data is restricted, we can process such data, except for storage, only with your consent or to assert, exercise, or defend legal claims and/or protect your or another person’s rights, or for reasons of public interest;

Request the transfer of your data to another controller, if that’s possible.

Raise a complaint with us if you feel your rights as a data subject are being harmed.

How can you exercise your rights?

To exercise your rights, make requests, file complaints, or place demands, you can contact us in writing, by email at, or by phone +370 657


When you send us requests, complaints, or demands, we will respond in writing, following the legal procedures and timelines. We’ll aim to provide you with information as quickly as possible, but within one month from receiving your request. If the requests are complex or numerous, this period can be extended by two more months. In such cases, we’ll inform you within the initial month about the extension and its reasons.

If we have doubts about your identity upon receiving a request, complaint, or demand, we may ask for a proof of identity.

If we can’t provide you with the necessary information or if you have concerns about how your personal data is being handled, you have the right to contact the State Data Protection Inspectorate and file a complaint.

How will we inform you about Privacy Policy changes?

We may update or change this Privacy Policy at any time. The revised or modified Privacy Policy will come into effect upon its publication on our website.

We will notify you of Privacy Policy updates by publishing the updated version on our website. The last update date of the Privacy Policy is indicated at the end.

The provisions of this Privacy Policy are governed by the laws of the Republic of Lithuania. Any disputes arising from these privacy provisions will be resolved in the courts of the Republic of Lithuania.

The most recent update to the Privacy Policy was made on March 7, 2023.