EIOSA Cookie policy

Our cookie policy is aligned to the EIOSA privacy policy. The purpose of this policy is to describe what cookies are, our purpose of using them and how you can manage them when using or visiting EIOSA website. 

  1. What are cookies?

Cookies are small files of data that store limited information from a user’s web browser session on the website which can be retrieved at a later stage. These data files do not contain personal information but may identify the browser to enable us to associate personal data with a certain device. 

  1. Why do we use cookies?

Cookies serve various important purposes, including:

  • Giving the user access to restricted content on the website.
  • Customising our website functionality by remembering browser preferences, location, and device type.
  • Improving our website user experience and webpage performance.
  • Giving us insight as to our audience, so we can provide relevant content.
  • Enabling us to appropriately advertise based on user’s interests.
  1. Types of cookies we use.

Our website uses various types of cookies, listed below. These cookies can be deleted from your device when you end your browsing session or leave the website.

                  Cookie Type                Cookie Function

Functional cookies
Remembers the user of our website. This helps us remember user preferences selected on our website during a browser session.

Essential cookies
Enables the website to perform its essential functions. Some functions of our website would not work without these cookies.

Site analysing cookies
To monitor our website performance, responiveness and interaction with users. We use these to improve our website functionality and services.
  1. Updates to this policy

EIOSA may make changes to this policy as and when the need arises, or circumstances require us to do. Material changes made to the policy will be clearly communicated on our website or by email to subscribing members.