Last updated: August 03, 2022

This website and its contents do not give any party additional rights or remedies and should not be construed as a binding agreement. Subscribing to the Subprocessor List through this page will provide the subscriber access to a subset of Diligent’s subprocessors, specifically a list of independent contractors that perform due diligence services, contained in a list called "EEA and Swiss Personal Data Sub-processors". This list changes frequently, is updated every thirty (30) days, and is made available on the last day of each month.

To receive access to this Subprocessor List, you must complete and submit the form on this page. A PDF version will then be made available to you. This changes more frequently than Diligent’s separate general list of Subprocessors (which separate list may be found here.)

Objecting to a Subprocessor

A customer with data processing terms in place with a Diligent Group company may object to the use of a new subprocessor by sending a notification to within ten (10) business days of receipt of notice of a new subprocessor provided that the customer reasonably believes that use of such subprocessor presents an unreasonable risk to or prevents the customer from complying with applicable law. If the company so objects, the Diligent group company shall either (a) not use the new subprocessor to process the customer’s personal data or (b) shall find an alternative way of reasonably resolving the customer’s objection. If neither (a) nor (b) is reasonably feasible within thirty (30) days of receipt of the customer’s objection, then the customer shall have the right to terminate any services for which the new subprocessor would be used by providing written notice to the Diligent group company at the address for notices indicated in the relevant contract.