Cookie Policy

Cookie statement
Last update: June 2020

What are cookies?

Cookies are little (text) files which are stored on your computer. You web browser stores these cookies when you visit our website (the Website). These cookies will be retrieved when you visit our Website again. This allows our Website to recognise you as a previous visitor.

Why do we use cookies?

By using cookies, we can see how our Website is used and how we can optimise our Website and services. Cookies also help us to make the Website quick and safe. In addition, cookies stored by us or by third parties, can be used to show you targeted advertisement based on your interests.

If you do not want us to store cookies on your computer, you can change the settings of your web browser. Please note that some features, or parts of our Website may not function fully without cookies.

Which cookies do we use?

In order to optimise services provided by us, we use the following types of cookies:

Functional cookies

Functional cookies are necessary to make the Website work properly. Without these cookies, you cannot log in and particular settings (like language settings) cannot be saved.

Analytic cookies

Analytic cookies are used to examine the quality and effectiveness of the Website. For example, we can see how many users are accessing and using our Website and which pages they are visiting. We use this information to improve and update our Website and services.

Tracking cookies

Tracking cookies monitor your clicking behaviour and surfing habits. This makes it possible for you to receive advertisements that match your interests. Third parties can show you relevant advertisements as well. The following third parties can use tracking cookies on our Website: Google.