We are keen to ensure that you enjoy browsing our website. In order to augment your experience and compile information about your use of our site, we put “cookies” onto your computer.

Cookies can be defined as those text files that contain small amounts of information which are downloaded to your device when you visit a website. On each subsequent visit, cookies are sent back to the originating website, or to another website that identifies that cookie:

 cookies let our systems identify the user’s device and make any presetting’s immediately available
 when a user accesses the platform, a cookie is sent to the hard disk of the respective user’s computer

Cookies are valuable because they:

 allow a website to identify a user’s device and to target the content displayed to the user’s interests
 help us to make our website better
 offer you a better service more suitable to your requirements
 help us to identify your device when you return to our website
 cumulate information about your favourite activities on the website, and thereby allow us to tailor our website to your individual interests. This may, for example, include advertising as per your personal interests and accelerate the rate at which we can deal with your queries

By using our website, you consent that, unless you have set your computer’s browser to reject them, we can put the types of cookies set out below on your device and apply that data in accordance with this policy.

Types of Cookies

Broadly, there are two types of cookies – ‘first party cookies’ and ‘third party cookies’:

 First party cookies are cookies that are delivered directly by the website operator to your computer, and are often used to identify your computer when it revisits that site and to recall your preferences as you browse the site. Essentially, these are our cookies.
 Third party cookies are delivered by a service provider on behalf of the website operator, and they can be used by the service provider to identify your computer when you visit other websites. Third party cookies are most commonly employed for website analytics or advertising purposes.

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