Cookie Policy

Cookies and consent collection

This website uses cookies. Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information which are downloaded to your computer or other device when you visit a website. They are used to perform automatic authentications, session tracking and storage of specific information about users accessing the server.

On your first visit to our homepage a banner appeared to make it clear that this website used cookies, and directed you towards this Cookie Policy. The banner explained that by continuing to browse this website you would be agreeing to our use of cookies. This means that by using this website, you are deemed to be giving your consent to our use of cookies in the manner set out below.

Classification of cookies

Cookies can be classified by duration and by source


This Website uses both session and persistent cookies:

  • Session cookies – a cookie that is stored temporarily and is destroyed when you close the link, specifically by closing the browser and terminating the particular ‘active session’ you are on and during which you made your visit to this website.
  • Persistent tracker cookies – a cookie that enables a website to remember you on subsequent visits, speeding up or enhancing your experience of services or functions offered. These cookies are not deleted when you close your browser and they will remain on your computer or other device unless you choose to disable them (see below for how to do that).


Cookies can be classified as first party or third-party cookies. First party cookies are those issued on behalf of the website visited, all other cookies are third-party cookies. This website uses both first party and third-party cookies.

Function of cookies

The cookies used on this website fall into the following categories:

Essential (‘strictly necessary’) cookies - these are essential in order to enable you to move around this Website and use its features.

Functionality and preference cookies - these cookies allow us to remember choices you make (such as language or the region you are in) and provide enhanced, more personal features. This site uses functional cookies to recognise you when you return, enabling us to personalise content for you and remember your preferences.

Performance cookies - these are used by web analytics and collect information in an anonymous form about how visitors use this website. They allow us to track site usage, page visits and monitor trends over time. The data collected is limited to managing the performance and design of this site. These cookies are third-party cookies (Google Analytics) but the information is in an anonymous form and is obtained for the exclusive use of Eurizon SLJ. For further details see ‘Google Analytics’.

Other third-party cookies - this website has links to other third-party websites, and that linking process may involve third-party cookies being placed on your machine or other device. We also use embedded widgets on this site to enable content sharing through social media networks. These widgets, such as LinkedIn ‘Share’ /  ‘Like’ button, will be made clearly visible to you on relevant pages of this site.

You can find out more about cookies at and the site will give you guidance on how to control and delete unwanted cookies you have already accepted.

Managing cookies from your browser settings

There are a number of ways to opt-out of cookies. You can set your browser to either block all cookies; to only allow “trusted” sites to set them, or to accept cookies only from the websites that you are currently on. You may accept or refuse cookies from this website, at any time, by changing the settings in your browser. Please be aware that if cookies are disabled, not all of the features of this website may operate as intended.

If you would like to opt out of certain third-party cookies on this website please follow the links below:

Google Privacy Policy

Google Analytics

For help, go to the help section on your browser provider’s own website. For further information about cookies, we recommend you visit