Cookie Policy

We use cookies on our website and emails to provide our users with a better service and browsing experience. From now on our trusted partners can also share the information collected in order to improve their user experience on their websites. This document describes the types of cookies we use and share with our partners, their purpose and how to change personal preferences.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small data files that the browser stores on the hard disk of your computer. Each time you return to our website, the browser will send us these cookies again to enable us to offer you a more personalised experience that reflects your interests and preferences, and to provide you with easier access to our services.

Which cookies do we use?

We use cookies that enable us to identify users who return to our website and their details, so that they do not have to re-enter the same information each time. In addition, these cookies enable us to analyse the website traffic of users visiting our website in order to improve user experience.
Here are some of the cookies we use on our website:

Technical cookies

We may use these cookies to enable users to use the services required via our website. Without these cookies it would not be possible to provide the services required.
For example, technical cookies can be used for:

  • Tracking and remembering articles or pages already visited
  • Enabling users to access areas of our website securely without having to log in each time
  • Remembering user activity (for example, completing a form) when returning to the previous page of a session

Analytical cookies

The analytical cookies used by us are those provided by Google analytics, which are in effect third-party cookies, which we have no control over. These cookies give us insights into how our website is used and help us identify any errors. Moreover, these cookies enable us to collect detailed information such as the last page visited, the number of pages visited, whether an email has been opened, which sections of the website have been accessed by the user and the time spent between one click and the next.

Third-party cookies

When a user uses our website, some cookies that are not controlled by us may be recorded. This occurs, for example, when a user visits a page that contains content from a third-party website. As a result, the user will receive cookies from third-party services.  Cookies do not hold personal information, unless the user has accessed their account. For example, third-party cookies may originate from:

  • YouTube or Facebook (social networks)
  • External website links
  • Google maps
  • Google analytics

Our site is not responsible for storing or accessing these cookies. For further information on the use of third-party cookies, please review our full privacy and cookie policy relating to the services in question.

How to change your cookie settings

Most browsers allow you to remove cookies from the hard disk of your computer, to block cookies from accessing your device or to be notified before cookies are stored.

What happens when you disable cookies?

However, when a user blocks or removes cookies, it may not be possible to restore the preferences or personal settings previously specified, and our ability to personalise the user experience may be limited.

How to change settings for: