What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files located in your browser on your device (computer, smartphone, tablet). They help the browsers to work properly and display relevant content. The pages you have visited remember your browsing and preferences. This makes your user experience more enjoyable.
In summary, cookies are used for an optimal set up of the information provided via all websites, links and other parts of the website. Cookies do not slow down browsing of the web.
You could say that cookies are something like small carts that are parked and loaded with data (such as a pre-filled calculator), waiting for you to press the “Send“ button. Then these “carts“ safely deliver your requirements to the bank.
These cookies are required.
We do not see you specifically, but we see all users together.
Analytical cookies help us to keep improving our website for you by tracking the statistics, e.g. total website traffic, clickes on a specific button, etc. The data collected is anonymous and aggregated.
Google Analytics and Matomo (Piwik) are used as analytical tools. You can manage this type of cookies in your browser.
Cookies are not able to send you any emails.
Their task is to display the website according to your preferences, and to ensure that you are not bothered with something you are not interested in.
Cookies are enabled by a browser and can be managed by you. There are several options:
Where in your browser you can manage cookies:
TYPES OF COOKIES
These cookies ensure that the website works properly
Cookies used by Google to collect statistics about YouTube users.
Cookies used by the website to collect information about Google maps and user settings.
These cookies ensure Google Analytics functions; primarily anonymous data collection about site visits and user activity.
These cookies ensure Piwik/Matomo analytic functions; primarly anonymous data collection about site visits and user activity.
These cookies ensure that the website adapts to the user preferences; primarly language preference.
These cookies - saved in Google DoubleClick – allow ads to be displayed based on a previous behaviour of a user.
These cookies are used by Facebook to display ads in real time.
These cookies are used by AdForm system to display ads.
Cookies connected to LinkedIn ads statistics.