Information Security

Klippa recognises that personal information has evolved into a valuable asset that must be safeguarded and managed accordingly. We are committed to maintaining an information systems infrastructure with an appropriate level of security and data protection.

We have developed a set of policies and procedures to safeguard information resources and digital data when they are in transit, during processing, or at rest in storage.

We have implemented our information security system following data privacy standards and local legislation to ensure an adequate level of confidentiality, integrity, and availability.

In essence, this means that:

Only individuals with specific authority to see or change the data have access to the data we hold. We achieve this through user access controls, network security measures, including cloud-based architecture, and data privacy awareness for all team members.

All system assets are reliable in their operation, and we maintain data accuracy through a system of encryption, user access controls (including multi-factor authentication) and backup and recovery.

Systems and data are available when needed and accessible to the authenticated user who requires them. A reliable infrastructure – with guarantees on system uptime – and disaster recovery procedures ensure data accessibility.

To comply with GDPR legislation, we follow data minimisation and purpose limitation principles to ensure that Klippa collects and processes only those data necessary for administering and providing our services and that we have a legitimate reason for using those data.

Mr H. – Private Client

“We have been extremely satisfied with Joanne’s friendly efficiency and professionalism. She has been an invaluable support for us during the course both of our search and of the lead up to our Edinburgh visit.”

Ms L. – Cosmetics Company

“We can’t tell you enough how much we appreciate your time, professionalism, kindness during our tour of the neighborhoods. As a result we feel more confident/comfortable about the move to Amsterdam. Thanks again for a lovely day.”

Mr B. – Cosmetics Company

“Thanks, Laurens. You were fantastic today, super great helping me manage my high risk with COVID. I have worked with and done a number of relos internationally, and I can honestly say your service has been the best I ever got.”

Mr K. – Educational Establishment

“Thank you for your excellent guidance in the apartment search and your equally good driving skills that allowed us to swiftly moved around the city. Discussing with you the options over coffee really helped me in making my decision.”

Mr C. – Media Company

“Thank you so much for all your efforts, patience and, beyond that and even without being able to see you, for doing everything with a smile.”

Mr A. – Aerospace Company

“Would like to say a huge thank you to Klippa Relocation, they’ve made this process so so simple and stress-free. Particularly Geri and Jamie. Looking forward to using your services again.”

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Team Spotlight: Geri Sampson

I work as a tenancy consultant with the admin team, handling deal progression and negotiation; everything that happens between a client finding a new home and moving into it, and sometimes beyond!

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Rental Market State of Play: July 2022

A new survey of 20,000 city dwellers caught our eye, with the responses resulting in Time Out’s 2022 World’s Best Cities Index. Read on to discover how London, Amsterdam and Paris ranked, along with Klippa Relocation’s snapshot of each city’s rental market, with news and ‘per month’ rental values.

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How Can Expats and Digital Nomads Survive the Cost-of-Living Crisis in 2022?

Expats around the world are already starting to experience the worst cost-of-living crisis in a generation, with budgets squeezed by tax rises and everyday purchases going up in price. The biggest change for most expats has been the increase in the energy cap on April 1, but many other price rises will add hundreds of pounds to an expat’s household spending too. The net result of rising inflation could leave thousands of expats worse off this year.

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Team Spotlight: Mihaela Pungan

As a Relocation Specialist, aside from searching for properties and accompanying clients on viewings, I offer clients my advice. My role entails advising them on various areas of interest as well as local property market conditions.

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Rental Market State of Play: June 2022

We have passed the halfway point of 2022 and the cities of London, Amsterdam, and Paris are enjoying a summer in full swing. This six-month milestone is a great time to assess the rental markets in these leading relocation hotspots, so Klippa takes a look at the developing news and ‘per month’ rental values.

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Rental Market State of Play: May 2022

May appears to be a month of reflection when it comes to European rental markets. There is very little to report in the way of price changes – modest rises here, subtle falls there – but one thing unites London, Amsterdam, and Paris, and that’s what lies ahead. Klippa Relocation rounds up the forecasts that may affect the cost of renting and the choice of properties in the future, and balances this with a “per month” value* snapshot.

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