What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small amount of data that a web server sends to a browser that stores it on a user's computer. Each time you visit the same server, the browser then sends this data back to the server. Cookies are usually used to distinguish individual users, user preferences are stored in them, etc.
You can block some or all cookies in your browser settings. To do this, follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer of the browser you are using. However, if you block one of the cookies used by Generali Investments CEE, it may not work as you expect and you will not be able to use some of its functionalities.
List of our cookies
Here you will find information about the individual cookies we can set and the purpose for which we use them, see the table below.
Strictly needed cookies ( Allow)
Strictly needed cookies are essential for the user's movement around the site in order to use their functionality, such as logging in to the password-protected section. Without these cookies, we would not be able to ensure the effective operation of the application.
|CAKEPHP||This cookie is a unique identifier that is generated and sent from our web server to identify the current session of each user.|
Functional cookies ( Allow)
Functional cookies ensure that the application remembers user choices so that it can offer the user better services. The information these cookies store is anonymous and does not track individual users when browsing the website.
|tie||This cookie stores status information about whether the user has hidden a window on the main page with a tie character.|
|CakeCookie [currentLayout]||This cookie stores the current site layout for navigating child web sections.|
|Cookies from Twitter API
|Cookies from the Google API
|Cookies from YouTube
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|Cookies from Facebook API
Analytic cookies ( Allow)
Analytics cookies recognize and count users and see how visitors navigate our site when they use it.
|Google Analytics - an analytical web service that sets the mentioned cookies for monitoring the use of our website. Rules and how to reject / delete these cookies:
NOTE: For technical reasons, third-party cookies that have already been created need to be removed using the web browser options if you do not allow or revoke the permission. With this option, the site only prevents third parties from accessing existing cookies as part of their use in the site content.