ITG is a group of independent companies

Below, you will find administrative information concerning ITG. As part of our ongoing commitment to transparency, we encourage you to contact us for any further information.

ITG shareholders are private individuals who invest directly or via an asset management company.


ITG – Institut du Temps Géré

SAS with a share capital of 45,000 euros

Founded on April 1, 1996

Headquarters (and offices)

34, rue Laffitte

75009 Paris


Telephone number and email address

Phone: 33 9 74 77 00 90

Fax: 33 1 44 69 80 44



Missionéo Group

represented by Patrick LEVY-WAITZ

General Management

Laurent GRANDGUILLAUME (Executive Vice-President)


RCS Paris B 404 748 055


404 748 055


404 748 055 00047

NAF code (APE)



756 330053667001 01114

VAT number

FR 20 404 748 055

Trainer no.

11 75 29 21 275

Website host

Our website is hosted exclusively by EXOCA in data centers in Europe.
8, rue Jean XXIII, 80000 Amiens (France)

Website publisher

Our website is published by ITG under the name « ITG. » Patrick Levy-Waitz is the Director of Publication.

CNIL information

Our IT department uses digital means to manage the contact details of our contacts more easily.

The collected information is solely used by the department concerned and only shared with recipients authorized to manage this data.

As per Articles 39 et seq. of the French Data Protection Act no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978, as amended in 2004, any person may obtain access to, and if necessary, rectify or have their information deleted by contacting our CNIL (French Commission on Information Technology and Liberties) representative at the following email address:

View CNIL certificate

Privacy policy

ITG is committed to building strong and long-lasting relationships with its clients and employees based on trust and mutual benefit, and therefore takes all the necessary measures to protect their privacy and personal data. The present privacy policy (hereinafter, the « Policy ») describes the commitments made by ITG, as the data controller, to ensure that your personal data is protected. With this Policy, ITG also aims to clearly inform you of how your personal data is collected and used when you browse our site or subscribe to our services.

Personal data, as defined by all applicable laws and regulations on personal data protection (hereinafter, « Applicable Regulations »), in particular European Regulation 2016/679 of April 27, 2016 (the « GDPR, » or General Data Protection Regulation), as well as the advice and recommendations of the French Commission on Information Technology and Liberties (CNIL), is any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person.

Employee personal data collected in the context of a wage portage contract may be passed on to companies within the Freeland Group, as well as to service providers and subcontractors, for the purposes of managing the contractual relationship. The client designated under the terms of the employment contract will have access to the employee’s first and last names.

However, your personal data will not be sold to third-party companies for commercial purposes. Nor will it be transferred to third parties without your consent, except when such a transfer is part of our regulatory and contractual obligations. If you do provide your consent, your personal data may be shared with companies within the Freeland Group to provide you with personalized offers and services.

ITG may also use your personal data to send you commercial offers or inform you of services that may be of interest to you. Your consent or our legitimate interests serve as the basis for this use of your personal data.

ITG may make changes to the present Policy as needed. The version of the Policy on the website (hereinafter, the « Website ») always applies. ITG will notify you of any changes to the Policy via the Website or some other means.

1. What personal data is processed?

TG ensures that it only collects the data that is absolutely necessary for the purposes for which it is processed, i.e., to respond to your requests for information, to contact you, to provide appropriate services during your search for an assignment, to perform statistical analyses, to send you commercial offers, and for the processing of your data in the context of the contract envisaged with ITG. ITG also processes personal data to comply with its regulatory obligations.

When your data is collected via a form or questionnaire, an asterisk or some other indication is used to designate the information that must be provided. Failure to provide this mandatory information will make it impossible for ITG to process your request.

ITG, in the context of its activity as an employer of record and in accordance with its regulatory obligations, usually collects the following categories of personal data:

Identification data such as your first name, last name, place and date of birth, occupation, and professional expertise

Contact information such as your postal address, telephone number, and email address

Data from your communication with ITG (phone calls, emails, surveys, etc.)

Data obtained with your consent and/or collected when permitted or required by the Applicable Regulations

All this data is usually obtained directly from you, whether by email, telephone, or the Website.

As a general rule, your data is kept for the amount of time that is required to fulfil the purpose for which it was collected, as stated in the Policy.

As part of the wage portage contract, ITG will keep the personal data of the employee for the amount of time that is required to fulfill the conditions of the contractual relationship, as well as for any prescription periods or periods of time that allow ITG to comply with its regulatory obligations.

Costs for other services: In the event that employees request a specific service, such as the provision of office space, a specific kind of insurance, or services provided by French public agencies such as the URSSAF, or when they are required to sign up for the insurance policy or retirement plan of the EOR.

In addition, certain data may be stored and anonymized for the purposes of statistical analyses.

3. Transfer of data outside the European Union

ITG does not transfer personal data outside the European Union.

4. What are your rights, and how can you exercise them?

As per the Applicable Regulations, you have the right to access or rectify your data, as well as have it deleted, limit its processing, have it transferred to another controller (portability), and define its fate after your death. These rights may be exercised under the conditions and within the limits set out in the Applicable Regulations. In some cases, ITG may be unable to provide you with a product or service if you exercise certain of these rights.

You may also – at any time, at no cost, and without having to justify your request – object to the use of your data for commercial prospecting purposes.

You must be able to prove your identity to exercise any of the aforementioned rights. ITG will not process incomplete requests.

You may also exercise your other rights and contact the data protection officer by sending an email to the following address:

You have the right to file a complaint with the CNIL (Commission on Information Technology and Liberties), the French supervisory authority responsible for ensuring compliance with obligations relating to personal data.

In addition, any consumer who does not wish to be the subject of commercial canvassing by telephone may, free of charge, be added to the list of those who object to telephone canvassing, which is maintained by OPPOSETEL (BLOCTEL).

Privacy policy (applicable to salaried employees)

As part of your wage portage contract with ITG, you are bound by strict confidentiality with regard to any and all information concerning ITG to which you may have access. You agree to treat as confidential – within the scope of the professional secrecy to which you are bound – any information of any kind relating (in particular) to the activities, organization, and personnel of the client which you may uncover while completing your assignment. You agree to not disclose such confidential information without the express prior written consent of the client, and in any event, to comply with the present confidentiality clause until the information has been brought to the attention of third parties by the client.

During your assignment, you may have access to personal data as defined by the Applicable Regulations. You agree to only use this data within the framework of your assignment, for the precise purposes communicated by the client company, and according to the means authorized by the client company. Under no circumstances may you share this personal data with third parties working with the client company, and in particular with ITG, who must never have access to said personal data.

You agree to comply with the internal rules of the client governing the confidentiality and processing of personal data.

Cookie policy

What is a cookie?

We use cookies to flag your visits to the Website. « Cookies » cannot be used to identify you personally. Instead, they are text files sent to your browser and saved on your end device which make it possible to collect information relating to your browsing behavior (pages viewed, dates and times of viewing, etc.) on the respective device (computer, phone, tablet, etc.).

This information is recognized and processed during your next visit to facilitate your use of the Website. Information from cookies also allows us to optimize the Website in accordance with your preferences. Under no circumstances is it transferred to third parties.

Your identity cannot be determined solely on the basis of cookies.

When you agree to the use of cookies, said cookies are valid for no longer than 13 months after they are stored on your device for the first time.

Who stores cookies on end devices?

ITG stores cookies on your device (or allows third parties to do so) to analyze the performance of the Website and its advertising campaigns (e.g., Facebook, LinkedIn, Google), but only on its own behalf. ITG defines the means and purposes for the processing of personal data collected by cookies on the Website.

Cookies deposited by ITG are used to ensure the proper functioning of the Website. « Third-party » cookies are advertising cookies.

Authentication cookies: these cookies allow you to access your account using the login information you provided during previous logins.

Statistical and analytical cookies: these cookies allow us to improve the functioning and performance of the Website by analyzing how you use it. We therefore compile statistics (number of visits, pages consulted, etc.) by tracking the behavior of the users of the Website.

Personalization cookies: these cookies allow us to personalize the Website in accordance with your preferences (use, display settings, language used, etc.), depending on the device and browser that you are using.

Advertising cookies: these cookies allow us to personalize the ads on the Website in accordance with your interests.

Social network cookies: these cookies allow us to integrate links on the Website to social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Viadeo, etc.).

What are your options with regard to cookies?

There are several ways to enable or disable cookies.

You can configure your browser to notify you before a cookie is stored. You can accept or refuse cookies altogether or individually.

Please note that certain cookies are used to improve the user experience on the Website. If you refuse these cookies, then you may not be able to take full advantage of all the features of the Website.

The settings for managing cookies vary from one browser to another:

For Internet Explorer:

For Safari:

For Chrome:

For Firefox:

For Opera:

You can also manage your cookie preferences via platforms offered by advertising professionals.

The website:, published in France by the IABF (Interactive Advertising Bureau France), is a platform that lets you enable or disable cookies from an entire list of companies.

Disabling cookies will not stop advertising, but will prevent the company from collecting certain data used to personalize their ads in accordance with your interests.

Lastly, as per the French Data Protection Act no. 78- 17 of January 6, 1978 (as amended), and the General Data Protection Regulation, you have the right to access or rectify your data, as well as have it deleted, limit its processing, have it transferred to another controller (portability), and define its fate after your death.