Cookies used by our websites
Session cookies are temporarily stored on the user device and are deleted when the browser is closed. On Algebris’ website they are used to remember data that is useful for the browsing session, such as language settings.
Persistent cookies unlike session cookies, they don’t disappear at browser closure, but are stored until they expire on a specific date or after a set period of time. On Algebris website they are used to remember the jurisdiction selection and they are set to expire after 24 hours.
Third party cookies are released and installed on the user device by third party services used. Third party services include, but are not limited to Google Analytics, Google Maps, YouTube, and a number of news providers such as The Financial Times and Bloomberg.
We use a system of classification developed by the International Chamber of Commerce. This allows us to classify the different types of cookies which we use on our websites and provide you with more information about why we use them.
Strictly necessary cookies are cookies that are essential in providing specific services you have requested from us. For example remembering information you have entered such as your jurisdiction and language settings when you navigate to different pages in a single web browsing session.
Performance cookies aim to improve our websites by collecting information about how you use our website. For example:
Functionality cookies will typically be set because of an action you have taken on our websites but may also be set in the delivery of other services. For example saving preferences when using interactive share charts.
Promotional cookies collect information about your browsing in order to deliver promotions relevant to you and your interests as well as your IP address in order to determine your geographic location and for fraud filtering. They are usually placed by third party advertising networks. They remember that you have visited a website and this information is shared with other organisations such as media publishers.
These organisations do this in order to provide you with targeted adverts more relevant to you and your interests. This type of advertising can include targeting you based on what pages of our site you have visited and online behavioural advertising based on your browsing history.
We may from time to time use this type of cookie on our websites to deliver promotions relevant to you. Promotional cookies may also be used to limit the number of times you see a promotion as well as help measure the effectiveness of the promotion.
Our website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (‘Google’). The cookies used by Google Analytics are third party cookies referred to above, and help our websites analyse how you use the site. The information generated by the cookie about your use of our websites (including your IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google. Google will use this information to provide us with reports on website activity and other services relating to website activity. For more information about how Google uses your data please see Google’s Privacy & Terms.
Most web browsers allow you to manage cookies via the browser settings. For example you may choose to delete existing cookies, prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie or disable cookies altogether.
You can use the following links to find out more about managing these settings in your browser. If your browser is not listed below you can normally use the ‘Help’ functionality on your browser to find out about how it handles cookies.
You can also opt out of receiving targeted advertisements by visiting the NAI website opt-out page here: http://www.networkadvertising.org/choices/ or the DAA opt-out page here: http://www.aboutads.info/ or, for EU users, the EDAA opt-out page here: http://youronlinechoices.eu/.
By using our websites you are agreeing to the placement of cookies on your computer.
Date of last update: 8 May 2017