Outrun Venture Partners LLP is registered with the Financial Conduct Authority as a manager of European venture capital funds. Partners: Chris Adelsbach & Tariq Khan. Registered office : 41 Luke Street, London EC2A 4DP, UK. Registered in England, number: OC423602.

Risk Warning Notice

Prospective Investors should be aware that an investment in the Fund involves a high degree of risk and should
make their own evaluation of such risk before deciding to invest in the Fund. There can be no assurance that the
Fund's investment objectives will be achieved, or that an investor in the Fund (“Investor”) will receive any
return of its capital. The following considerations in particular should be carefully evaluated before making an
investment in the Fund.


Nature of an Investment in the Fund


An investment in the Fund requires a long-term commitment, with no certainty of any investment return and the
risk of loss of capital. Any return of capital and the realisation of any gains from an investment generally will
occur only upon the realisation of the Fund's investments as to which there can be no certainty.
The Fund's investments will be highly illiquid and will generally be difficult to value. There can be no assurance
that the Fund will be able to realise such investments in a timely manner and the timing of cash distributions to
Investors is uncertain and unpredictable. While Outrun Venture Partners LLP (the “Manager”) does not expect
this to be the case, investments of the Fund may be distributed in specie to Investors so that they may then hold
minority interests in the securities of and/or loans to a number of unquoted companies (“Investee Companies”)
for which there will be no market or other readily available means of realisation.
Investments in unquoted companies are often riskier than in quoted companies. Such investments can take
several years to mature and while the long-term performance of the Fund may be satisfactory, performance in
the early years may be poor. Accordingly, Investors should have the financial ability and willingness to accept
the risks and lack of liquidity associated with an investment in the Fund.


Competitive market for investment opportunities


The activity of identifying, completing and realising attractive investments is competitive, and involves a high
degree of uncertainty. There can be no assurance that the Manager will be able to seek and identify investments
which satisfy the Fund's investment criteria and meet its rate of return objectives or that the Fund will be able
to invest fully its committed capital. It is possible that competition for appropriate investment opportunities may
increase, which may reduce the number of opportunities available to the Fund and/or adversely affect the terms
upon which such investments can be made.


Currency risk


Commitments to the Fund are denominated in Sterling but the Fund's investments and any income and gains
received by the Fund may be denominated in other currencies. As the Fund may not always cover currency risk
through hedging, changes in currency exchange rates against the Euro may adversely affect the value of
investments, income, gains and losses which may be received by the Fund and the amount of any distributions
made by the Fund. The Fund will also incur costs in converting currencies.


Euro risk


There can be no certainty that the Euro will continue in its current form throughout the term of the Fund. The
Fund could be adversely affected by changes such as one or more individual countries leaving the Euro or by the
complete discontinuation of the Euro and reintroduction of national currencies. In addition the Fund may be
directly affected by legislation implementing such changes and/or by substantial currency exchange rate
movements in the event of such changes. Any such changes may result in the value of investments and/or of
investors' interests in the Fund ("Interests") decreasing or may result in investments becoming more difficult
to realise.


Changes resulting from the UK’s vote to leave the EU


On 23 June 2016, the UK voted, via referendum, to exit from the EU, triggering political, economic, tax and legal
uncertainty. The terms of the exit from the EU by the UK is currently unclear, following formal notification by the
UK to the European Council under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union on 29 March 2017, which triggered
a two-year period during which the terms of an exit can be negotiated, subsequently extended to 31 October
2019. While such uncertainty most directly affects the UK and the EU, global markets suffered immediate and
significant disruption. This will impact the Fund in a variety of ways, not all of which are readily apparent

immediately following the exit vote. It is not clear whether and to what extent EU regulations generally would
apply with respect to the Manager in the case of a UK exit, but it could result in Investors being subject to fewer
regulatory protections than would otherwise be the case. After a UK exit, it is also possible, depending on the
terms of the UK’s exit, the future UK regulatory system and the future implementation of provisions of the AIFMD,
that another AIFM would have to be appointed to replace the Manager.


No market for Interests; restrictions on transfer


The Interests have not been registered under the securities laws of any jurisdiction (including without limitation
the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended) and it is not contemplated that any such registration of
the Interests will ever be effected. Accordingly, Investors will not be afforded any protections that would be
provided by any such registration and the Interests cannot be resold unless they are registered, or benefit from
an exemption, under applicable securities laws.
There is no public market for the Interests nor is one expected to develop. An Investor will generally not be
permitted to sell, assign, transfer, pledge or encumber any part of its Interest without the prior written consent
of the Manager, whose consent may be given or withheld in its sole and absolute discretion. Investors must be
prepared to bear the risks of owning Interests for an extended period of time.
Investors and any potential future transferees will be required to make certain representations to the Manager
and the Fund, including but not limited to: (a) that they are acquiring an Interest for their own account; (b) that
they have received or had access to all information they deem relevant to evaluate the merits and risks of the
prospective investment; and (c) that they have the ability to bear the economic risk of an investment in the
Fund.


Risk of limited number of Investments


While the Fund is subject to certain concentration limits set for the purpose of seeking to ensure a diversified
portfolio, the Fund may participate in only a limited number of investments and, as a consequence, the aggregate
return of the Fund may be substantially adversely affected by the unfavourable performance of even a single
investment.


Reliance on the Manager


The Manager will have responsibility for making all investment and management decisions on behalf of the Fund.
The Investors will not be able to make any investment or other management decisions on behalf of the Fund.
Investors will not have an opportunity to evaluate for themselves the relevant economic, financial and other
information regarding the investments to be made by the Fund, and accordingly, will be entirely dependent upon
the judgment and ability of the Manager in investment decisions.
The success of the Fund will in part depend on the Manager’s ability to retain and recruit the necessary skilled
personnel and identify suitable investment opportunities. There can be no assurance that this will be the case.
In addition, the Fund will act in accordance with the Manager’s group on any corporate governance matters in
relation to Investee Companies unless the Manager (acting reasonably and in good faith) considers that it is not
in the best interests of the Fund and the Investors to do so. Accordingly, the Fund will be dependent upon the
judgment and ability of the Manager to safeguard the Fund’s interests in relation to matters concerning Investee
Company governance.


Legal, tax and regulatory risks


Legal, tax and regulatory changes may occur during the term of the Fund which may adversely affect the Fund,
the Investee Companies and/or the Investors. The Fund will invest in a number of different tax jurisdictions, any
of which may change their tax laws, possibly with retroactive effect.


Consequences of Default


In the event that a Investor fails to advance any of its Commitment when required, that Investor will be subject
to contractual default provisions that are likely to have a substantial negative effect on the value of that Investor's
Interest in the Fund.


Dilution from Subsequent Closings


Investors subscribing for Interests at Subsequent Closings of the Fund will participate in existing investments of
the Fund, diluting the interest of existing Investors therein. Although such Investors will contribute their share
of the acquisition cost of such investments together with a premium, there can be no assurance that this payment
will reflect the fair value of the Fund's existing investments at the time of such subscription.


Indemnification; risk upon disposition of Investments; return of distributions


The Manager and other members of the Manager’s group and the group Executives will be indemnified against
claims, liabilities, costs, damages and expenses in respect of their activities on behalf of the Fund. Accordingly,
certain actions brought against any such party will be satisfied from the assets of the Fund. In addition the
liability of the Manager and other members of the Manager’s group and the group Executives to Investors is
limited by the terms of the Fund Agreements except under the limited circumstances set forth therein.
The Fund may be required to make representations in connection with any disposition of an investment in an
Investee Company about the business and financial affairs of the Investee Company or may be responsible for
the contents of disclosure documents. The Fund may also be required to indemnify the purchasers of such
investments or underwriters to the extent that any such representations or disclosure documents turn out to be
inaccurate. Such arrangements may result in claims against the Fund that reduce the value of the Interests of
Investors and, if the Fund incurs liabilities that it is unable to meet out of its assets, Investors may be required
to return distributions previously made to them to the extent provided in the Fund Agreements.


No independent advice


The terms of the agreements and arrangements under which the Fund is established and is to be operated have
been or will be established by the Manager and may not be the result of arm's length negotiations or
representations of the Investors by separate legal counsel. Prospective Investors should therefore seek their own
advice before making an investment in the Fund.


Future success dependent on continued growth in a narrow set of Sub Sectors


The Fund’s Investee Companies will be concentrated in the digital financial services, insurance, real estate,
regulatory compliance and legal services sectors and the future success of the Fund will be dependent on the
continued growth of these markets. There is no guarantee that the markets in which the Fund’s Investee
Companies operate will continue to grow at the rates experienced in the recent past, or at all. Slowing growth,
stagnation or contraction of these markets could significantly affect the revenue and prospects of the Fund’s
Investee Companies and could have a material adverse effect on the Fund’s performance and consequently
returns to Investors may decrease. There is no assurance that products or services sold by the Investee
Companies will not be rendered obsolete or adversely affected by competing products and services or that the
Investee Companies will not be adversely affected by other challenges. Instability, fluctuation or an overall
decline within the technology industry will likely not be balanced by investments in other industries not so
affected.


The Fund’s target markets may not be as attractive as the Manager currently believes and may not
develop as the Manager anticipates


There is no guarantee that the business models of the Investee Companies will become or continue to be
profitable or successful in the long term or in different geographic markets. The success of the Fund’s Investee
Companies relies heavily on the forecasted growth of the target markets, both in terms of population and gross
domestic product ("GDP"). In many of the Fund’s target markets, growth trends may be less predictable, and
overall GDP and consumer spending levels substantially lower, than in European markets.
Consumers in emerging markets are also more exposed to external forces that impact consumer spending, such
as general economic conditions, unemployment, consumer debt, reductions in net worth, residential real estate
and mortgage markets, taxation, energy prices, inflation, interest rates, consumer confidence and other
macroeconomic factors, than in more developed markets.


Investee Companies will rely on the continued growth of the internet as a platform for online consumer
transactions, particularly in the emerging markets. It is believed that mobile applications will continue to develop
as one of the primary ways in which customers complete online transactions in the Fund’s target markets, and
Investee Companies will rely on a developed technology platform to support this approach. There is no guarantee,
however, that internet penetration rates, and in particular mobile internet penetration rates, will continue to

grow as anticipated. Internet penetration rates in the Fund’s target markets may stagnate or decline, and
customers may not readily adapt to the use of the internet for consumer transactions, particularly in regions
where physical retail or face-to-face transactions remain the predominant form of commerce. Even if consumers
desire to make use of the internet for e-commerce and other transactions, the difficulties of developing internet
and mobile infrastructure in emerging markets may limit their ability to do so.


Minority investments


The Fund may invest in minority positions in Investee Companies and in Investee Companies for which the Fund
has no right to appoint a director or otherwise exert significant influence or protect its position. In such cases,
the Fund will be significantly reliant on the existing management and board of directors of such Investee
Companies, which may include representation of other financial investors with whom the Fund is not affiliated
and whose interests may conflict with the interests of the Fund.


Lack of operating control of Investee Companies


The day-to-day operations of each Investee Company will be the responsibility of that Investee Company's
management team. Although the Manager will be responsible for monitoring the performance of each Investment
and intends to invest in the Investee Companies operated by strong management, there can be no assurance
that the existing management team, or any successor, will be able to operate the Investee Company in
accordance with its business plan or the expectations of the Fund. The death, disability or resignation of or
disagreements with members of those management teams could adversely affect the business of such Investee
Company and the value of the Fund's investment therein.


Investments in less established companies


The Fund will invest its assets in the securities of less established companies, or early stage companies.
Investments in such early stage companies may involve greater risks than are generally associated with
investments in more established companies. To the extent there is any public market for the securities held by
the Fund, such securities may be subject to more abrupt and erratic market price movements than those of
larger, more established companies. Less established companies tend to have lower capitalisations and fewer
resources and, therefore, often are more vulnerable to financial failure. Such companies may also have shorter
operating histories on which to judge future performance and in many cases, if operating, will have negative
cash flow.


Third party involvement


Although in certain cases the Fund may seek controlling positions in Investee Companies, the Fund will generally
co-invest with third parties and/or make minority investments and as a result may not be in a position to protect
its investment to the same extent as if the Investee Company was controlled by the Fund.


Competition


Substantial competition exists for attractive venture capital investment opportunities. While the Manager believes
that the Fund will be well positioned to compete for such opportunities due to the Fund's focus on industry sectors
in which the Manager’s group has expertise and business relationships, there is no assurance that the Fund will
be successful in competing for desirable investment opportunities. There is also no assurance that the Fund will
be able to invest its capital on favourable terms or that its investments will be successful relative to other
opportunities available to Investors.


Changes in business environment


The Fund's investment program is intended to extend over a period of up to four years, during which the business,
economic, political, regulatory and technology environment within which the Fund operates may undergo
substantial changes, some of which may be adverse to the Fund. The Manager will have the exclusive right and
authority (within limitations set forth in the Fund Agreements) to determine the manner in which the Fund will
respond to such changes, and Investors generally will have no right to withdraw from the Fund or to demand
specific modifications to the Fund's operations in consequence thereof. Prospective Investors should be aware
that the investment strategies used by the Manager’s group in the past may not be successful, or even
practicable, during the Fund's term.


Changes in the technology landscape


The Fund’s future success depends, in part, on the Manager’s ability to anticipate, adapt and evolve in response
to the fast-paced changes in technology and business models that characterise the sector in which the Fund
seeks to invest. The Manager expects that new services, technologies and business models will merge on a
continuous basis and that existing services, technologies and business models will also further develop. If the
Manager or the Fund’s portfolio companies fail to adapt to rapidly changing technological development and
consumer tastes, this may have an adverse effect on the business of the Fund’s portfolio companies and Investor
returns.


Furthermore, there can be no assurances that the new technologies the Manager and the portfolio companies
anticipate will be developed according to expected schedules, that they will perform according to expectations,
that common standards and specifications will be achieved or that they will achieve commercial acceptance.

 

No assurance of profit or distributions


There is no assurance that the Fund's investments will be profitable or that any distributions will be made to the
Investors. Any return on investment to the Investors will depend upon successful investments being made by
the Fund. The marketability and value of any such investment will depend upon many factors beyond the control
of the Fund. The Fund may not have sufficient cash available to make tax distributions to the Investors. The
expenses of the Fund may exceed its income, and the Investors could lose the entire amount of their contributed
capital.


Investee Companies’ reliance on ability to raise additional equity or debt capital on favourable terms


The growth and expansion of the Investee Companies will likely require additional capital. If an Investee Company
needs capital but is not able to raise it, its growth may be limited and its market share may be negatively
impacted. It may also be forced to scale back its operations or even cease to exist as a going concern. There is
no guarantee that an Investee Company will be able to obtain additional financing on favourable terms or at all.
The access to equity and debt capital may also be impacted by general economic disruptions and downturns.

 

Harm to the brands or reputation of Investee Companies


The Fund will target investments in digital financial services, insurance, real estate, regulatory compliance and
legal services sectors. The recognition and reputation of the brands of the Investee Companies among customers,
suppliers, investors and other stakeholders are important for the growth and success of the Investee Companies
and are critical to remaining competitive in their respective market. Public perception that any of the Investee
Companies or any potential third-party service providers do not provide satisfactory customer service, even if
factually incorrect or based on isolated incidents, could damage that Investee Company's reputation, diminish
the value of its brand, undermine the trust and credibility it has established and have a negative impact on its
ability to attract new, or retain existing, customers and enter into new markets or sectors, and could similarly
affect the Fund and any other Investee Company.


E-commerce industry risks


Companies in the e-commerce sector sell retail products to customers online and deliver those products to the
desired destination. This is a business model which contains an inherent risk of product liability. The broad
assortment of goods typically offered by e-commerce companies creates exposure to potential liability in a wide
variety of product liability claims. There is no guarantee that any e-commerce Investee Companies will be able
to maintain or acquire adequate product liability insurance in the future to cover the risks of their business. In
addition to the direct financial impact of claims made against the Investee Companies’ products, such claims
may damage the reputation of these companies, which in turn could impact their ability to retain a loyal user
base and negatively impact their revenue and profitability.


The success of e-commerce companies depends on their ability to acquire customers in a cost-effective manner.
Branding and advertising campaigns can be expensive and may not result in cost-effective acquisition of
customers. Furthermore, if e-commerce companies fail to deliver quality shopping experiences, or if consumers
do not perceive products offered to be of sufficient value and quality, the companies may not be able to acquire
new customers. Ultimately, it cannot be assured that net profit from new customers will exceed the cost of
acquiring those customers.


The satisfactory performance, reliability and availability of the sites, transaction processing systems and
technology infrastructure of e-commerce companies are critical to their reputation and ability to acquire and

retain customers, as well as maintain adequate customer service levels. Disruptions could negatively impact the
relationship with customers and adversely affect business. Furthermore, failure to prevent or mitigate data loss
or other security breaches could expose Investee Companies or their customers to a risk of loss or misuse of
information which could adversely affect operating results. This may result in litigation or potential liability, or
otherwise harm an Investee Company’s business.


Marketplace industry risks


Marketplace companies operate a platform where third-party sellers can offer their products and can be in direct
contact with customers. Customers or regulatory authorities may allege that items offered or sold through such
marketplace companies by third-party sellers infringe third-party copyrights, trademarks and patents or other
intellectual property rights. Marketplace companies may therefore be subject to allegations of civil or criminal

liability for unlawful activities carried out by third parties through their online marketplaces. Furthermore, third-
party sellers whose content is removed or items are delisted by the relevant company, regardless of the

company’s compliance with the applicable laws, rules and regulations, may dispute their actions and commence
action against the company for damages based on breach of contract or other causes of action or make public
complaints or allegations.


The satisfactory performance, reliability and availability of the sites, transaction processing systems and
technology infrastructure of marketplace companies are critical to their reputation and ability to acquire and
retain users. Disruptions in accessibility or in the communications between buyers and sellers could negatively
impact the relationship with users and adversely affect business. Furthermore, failure to prevent or mitigate data
loss or other security breaches could expose Investee Companies or their customers to a risk of loss or misuse
of information which could adversely affect operating results. This may result in litigation or potential liability,
or otherwise harm a marketplace industry Investee Company’s business.


Market and economic risks


The Fund and its target companies may be materially affected by market, economic and political conditions
globally and in the jurisdictions and sectors in which they invest or operate, including factors affecting interest
rates, the availability of credit, currency exchange rates and trade barriers. These factors are outside the control
of the Manager and could adversely affect the liquidity and value of the Fund’s Investments, and may reduce the
ability of the Fund to make attractive new investments or extend the time for the Fund to be able to acquire or
dispose of Investments. In particular, demand for services and products provided by portfolio companies is
subject to the performance of local economies and the global economy, which involve factors beyond the Fund’s
control and economic conditions and deterioration of the business climate in the country in which such portfolio
company offers products and services and changes in the economic structure attendant on demographic changes,
could impact such portfolio company’s results of operations. During the recent past, several major events,
including the global financial crisis in 2008 and 2009, the ensuing sovereign debt crisis in Europe and the more
recent deceleration of economic growth in China, have caused increases in volatility in financial and capital
markets and weakened economic conditions, particularly in major developed economies. The Fund and its
portfolio companies could be adversely affected under difficult economic or market conditions.

Privacy Policy

Outrun Venture Partners “Outrun” LLP  respects the privacy of every individual whose personal information it handles. This Privacy Notice explains how Outrun collects, stores and uses that personal information and sets out our approach to the General Data Protection Regulation and UK laws such as the Data Protection Act.

 

ABOUT US

This site is owned and operated by Outrun. Outrun is the data controller for the purpose of the Data Protection Act 1998 and the General Data Protection Regulation.

Please note that our website and other digital platforms may contain links to third party websites / digital platforms which are provided for your convenience. We are only responsible for the privacy practices and security of our own digital platforms. We recommend that you check the privacy and security policies and procedures of each and every other website / digital platform that you visit.

 

BUSINESS CONTACTS

As a part of its day to day operations Outrun meets large numbers of business contacts at meetings and receives emails about investment opportunities. It is likely to receive and store personal information on those it meets.

If you have had contact with Outrun, for example through emailing us or meeting a colleague, it is likely that we will want to make a note of that email or meeting and may store limited amounts of personal information relating to you, such as your name, job title, employer organisation and contact details.

We will collect and store this personal information for the purposes of:

  • maintaining a record of contacts;

  • providing periodic business updates;

  • drawing to your attention working opportunities which may be of mutual benefit to us as described below; and

  • organizing meetings with you;

The personal information we hold about business contacts may be shared with:

  • professional advisors;

  • companies who hold or ‘process’ personal information on our behalf, or cloud based products such as Microsoft 365.

The legal basis for collecting and storing such personal information about you is that such processing is necessary for our legitimate interests in running and promoting our business.

 

PERSONAL INFORMATION OF SUPPLIERS AND PROFESSIONAL ADVISORS

As a part of its day to day operations Outrun is likely to receive and store personal information to enable it to buy office and other supplies or engage with professional advisors.

 

If you are a supplier or professional advisor to Outrun we will capture and use limited amounts of personal information relating to you, including your name, job title, qualifications, employer organisation and contact details. We will store this personal information for the purposes of administering and maintaining records of services or advice we have received, and commissioning further services.

 

The personal information we hold about suppliers and professional advisors may be shared with:

  • other professional advisors;

  • companies who hold or ‘process’ personal information on our behalf, or cloud based products such as Microsoft 365;

We store and process information in this way because it is necessary to:

  • perform a contract to which you are likely to be a party;

  • comply with a legal or regulatory obligation; and/or

  • protect our legitimate interests in running and promoting our business.

PERSONAL INFORMATION COLLECTED DURING A TRANSACTION

Outrun is likely to receive and store personal information as part of its investment evaluation process.

 

If you are involved in a transaction that Outrun and/or the funds that it manages or advises enters into, or a potential transaction that Outrun considers, we may store personal information relating to you. This might include your CV, details of your previous employment history and professional activities, information relating to your financial status and dealings, nationality information (including copies of identity documents, such as a passport), references provided by third parties, and results of other due diligence carried out.

We collect and store this information for the purposes of:

  • evaluating a transaction and your role in it;

  • executing transactions;

  • managing an investment once made;

  • maintaining records of investments;

  • meeting regulatory and legal obligations eg KYC checks;

  • safeguarding our legal rights and interests;

  • seeking and receiving advice from our professional advisors, including accountant’s lawyers and other consultants; and

  • providing periodic business updates, as described below

The personal information we hold about the members of a management team teams may be shared with

  • professional advisors, such as accountants, lawyers or other consultants;

  • financial intermediaries;

  • credit and other reference agencies;

  • other persons who have an interest or involvement in, or who are considering an interest or involvement in, a Outrun transaction, including co-investors, other providers of finance and investors in Outrun’s funds;

  • companies who hold or ‘process’ personal information on our behalf, or cloud based products such as Microsoft 365.

We store and process information in this way because it is necessary to:

  • perform a contract to which you are likely to be a party;

  • comply with a legal or regulatory obligation; and/or

  • protect our legitimate interests in running and promoting our business.

 

PERSONAL DATA COLLECTED DURING VISITS TO OUR WEBSITE

When you interact with our digital platforms, we may also automatically collect the following information about your visit. This is primarily to help us better understand how people use our digital platforms to enable us create better content and more relevant communications:

  • how you have reached our digital platform and the internet protocol (IP) address you have used

  • your browser type, versions and plug-ins, and your operating system

  • your journey through our digital platform, including which links you click on and any

  • searches you made, how long you stayed on a page, and other page interaction information

  • what content you like or share

  • information collected in any forms you complete

 

NEWS, OFFERS AND OPPORTUNITIES FROM US (WHICH WE PROVIDE ONLY WITH YOUR CONSENT)

We may, from time to time, participate in Facebook’s ‘Custom Audience’ service. This service enables Outrun to display to you personalized advertisements when you visit Facebook’s social media platforms. It works by converting your email address to a unique number that Facebook uses to match to unique numbers that Facebook generates from email addresses of its users. Where we use Facebook Custom Audiences, we will only include you if you have consented to receive marketing from us. If you have given us your consent, you can change your mind at any time by unsubscribing.

 

MANDATORY PROVISION OF INFORMATION

In some cases we will not be able to deal with you further without receiving certain information – eg ‘Know Your Customer’ information. In such circumstances we will explain this to you including the possible consequences of not providing particular information. In any event Outrun will only process the personal information you provide to Outrun for the purposes listed above.

 

SENSITIVE OR SPECIAL CATEGORY PERSONAL DATA

Outrun avoids wherever possible receiving information on race, religion, political views and your mental or physical health.

 

INTERNATIONAL TRANSFERS OF PERSONAL INFORMATION

Outrun is based in Europe and does not anticipate transferring your personal data outside the EEA.

Where we transfer personal information to other third parties outside of the EEA, we will ensure that those transfers take place in accordance with the Data Protection Laws, including by entering into data transfer agreements with recipients. If you would like more information about how your personal information may be transferred, please contact us using the information below.

 

COOKIES

In common with many other website operators, we use standard technology called ‘cookies’ on our website. Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored by your browser on your computer’s hard drive and they are used to record how you navigate this website on each visit.

 

KEEPING YOU INFORMED

We wish to build a long-term relationship with you and would like to use personal information that we hold to send you updates about our business, activities and opportunities to work together. We would usually do this by email and/or post. You can opt out of receiving updates at any time by contacting us using the information below, or by clicking the “Unsubscribe” link in any email that you receive.

 

RETENTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION

The period for which Outrun will retain personal information will vary depending on the purposes that it was collected for, as well as the requirements of any applicable law or regulation.

 

YOUR RIGHTS TO SEE AND CORRECT DATA

As a ‘Data Subject’ you have a number of important rights:

  • to access your personal information;

  • to request that it is erased;

  • that its processing is restricted to the purpose for which it was given and;

  • that any inaccurate personal information is rectified.

In the first instance please contact [Name] on [Contact Details]. Please note that these rights are subject to some statutory qualifications.

 

SECURITY

We will take all reasonable steps to protect the confidentiality and security of your personal information, but cannot guarantee the security of any that you disclose online for example when it is sent by email. You accept the inherent security risks of providing information online over the Internet and will not hold Outrun responsible for any breach of security unless this is due to Outrun’s negligence or wilful default.

 

When you submit your data to us, we use industry standard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption technology to guard your information. In addition, we have security procedures in place to protect our paper based systems and computerised databases from loss and misuse, and only allow access to them when it is absolutely necessary to do so, and then under strict guidelines as to what use may be made of the personal information contained within them.

 

Where a password is required to access certain areas of our digital platforms, you are responsible for keeping your password secure and confidential. Please do not share or disclose your password to any other person.

 

QUESTIONS AND FURTHER INFORMATION

If you have any questions about this Privacy Notice or about your personal data please email us at tariq@outrunventures.com  or write to us at the following address:

Tariq Khan

41 Luke St

London

EC2A 4DP

United Kingdom

 

CHANGES TO OUTRUN’S PRIVACY NOTICE

We aim to meet high standards and so our policies and procedures are constantly under review. From time to time we may change this privacy notice. Accordingly we recommend that you check this page periodically in order to review the latest version.

 

WHERE TO MAKE A COMPLAINT

 

If you have a complaint regarding any aspect of your personal data or this privacy policy, please write to us at the above address. If you are still not satisfied with the outcome of your complaint, you may write to the Information Commissioner’s Office at the following address:

Information Commissioner’s Office

Wycliffe House

Water Lane

Wilmslow

Cheshire

SK9 5AF

 

You can also contact the Information Commissioner’s Office using their online form: https://ico.org.uk/global/contact-us/email/