Complaint to a supervisory authority
Data subjects have the right to lodge a complaint
with The Portuguese Data Protection Authority (CNPD):
Av. D. Carlos I, 134 – 1º
Tel: +351 213928400
Fax: +351 213976832
to communicate data
holders are obliged to communicate the data to the CMVM, when this results from
the law or regulation of the CMVM.
2. In the
remaining cases, they are required to provide personal data when requested by
the CMVM in the exercise of its functions.
3. The fact
that information has been provided to the CMVM at the request of same, must be
kept confidential by the person who provided it, except when is public by law.
information provided to the CMVM must be complete, true, current, clear,
objective and lawful, under penalty of constituting an infraction. Once your
assumptions are verified, it may be considered as a crime of forgery.
5. The CMVM
has the power to give orders to its supervisees. Failure to comply with the orders
may imply a crime or an administrative infraction.
to provide information on personal data may constitute a crime of disobedience.
1. By law,
no final decision by the CMVM is fully automated since there is always human
the CMVM can automatically refuse to receive requests or information when they
do not comply with legal, regulatory and/or computer requirements.
 The administrative agreement in
question is available here at https://www.esma.europa.eu/about-esma/data-protection