Inbound FinTech Cookie Policy

1. Introduction to the Inbound FinTech cookie policy

The Inbound FinTech website uses various cookies to collect information that helps us to provide you with the right online experience and allows us to improve the site and services we offer.

Unless you adjust your browser settings to refuse cookies, we (and third parties) will issue cookies when you use the Inbound FinTech website.


2. What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer, smartphone or any other device used to access our website. If you agree to the use of cookies, a cookie file is stored on your device which allows us to obtain information about your visit and device and tailor the content on our website to fit your needs and improve the overall user experience. The information stored is analysed and evaluated by trusted third-party providers on behalf of Inbound FinTech to gain further insights about your site visit.

The information collected includes, where available, your IP address and pseudonymous identifiers, operating system and browser type and depending on the cookie, also includes the reporting of statistical data about our users’ browsing actions and patterns.


3. How does Inbound FinTech use cookies and what types of cookies does the website use?

We use the following cookies on our website:

Cookie Type



Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies are required for the operation of the Inbound FinTech website.

13 months

Analytical or performance cookies

These cookies allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors and to see how visitors move around our website when using it. This helps us to improve the way our website works, including the navigation, search functionality and user experience, etc.

The cookies for tracking website visitors and their identity expire in 13 months, whilst cookies used for tracking visitor sessions expire in 30 minutes.

Functionality cookies

These cookies are used to recognise visitors when they return to our website, enabling us to personalise our content and remember visitor preferences.

13 months.

Targeting or advertisement cookies

These are ad pixel cookies used to record data about visits to our website, the pages viewed and the links followed. Social media cookies set by various social media networks, such as LinkedIn and Twitter, may be used which are capable of tracking across a visitor’s browsers and other sites building up a profile of interest. We may also share this information with trusted third parties for this purpose.

Can vary, depending on the platform, from a session to 3 months or up to a year.


The four types of cookies mentioned will be either session cookies or persistent cookies. Below, we explain the difference:  


Session cookies

These cookies only exist during an online session. They disappear from a visitor’s computer when the browser is closed or when the computer is turned off. We use session cookies to allow our systems to uniquely identify visitors during a session or while people are logged into our website. 


Persistent cookies

These cookies remain on visitors’ computers after the browser is closed or the computer is turned off. We use persistent cookies to remember visitor information, preferences and activity, to enable us to provide our services to the visitor when they next return to our website. We also use persistent cookies to track aggregate and statistical information about visitor activity, which may be combined with other user information.


4. Personal data processed by cookies

We may collect the following personal data about website visitors through our cookies:

  • Internet or other similar network activity;

  • Geolocation data;

  • Cookie preferences;

  • Usage data;

  • Analytics data; and

  • Technical data.

For further information about how we process the personal data processed by our cookies, please see our Privacy Policy.


5. Third-party analytics providers

We use Google Analytics cookies to help us analyse how visitors use our site, including page views, source and time spent on the Inbound FinTech website. The information is depersonalised and displayed as numbers, meaning it can’t be traced back to individuals. The Google Analytics cookies are governed by Google, Inc. and their specific privacy or cookies policy, not this one.


You can opt out of Google Analytics by going to Please note that if you use a new or different computer, install a new browser, or clear your cookies; in that case, you will need to re-opt out through the link above. 


6. Third-party websites

The Inbound FinTech website may have links to third-party websites that may also use cookies, over which we have no control. We recommend that you check the privacy and cookies policies of those websites for information about how they use cookies, what types of cookies they use and other information about the collection and processing of personal data. We cannot accept any responsibility for any content contained on these third-party websites, however, we do strive to only link out to trustworthy websites.


7. How can you block cookies?

You can set up your browser to delete or refuse some or all of Inbound FinTech cookies, or to notify you when you are sent a cookie and, therefore, choose whether or not to accept the cookie use. For more information on how to block Inbound FinTech’s cookies, view the Cookie Settings details below.


7. Cookie settings

To delete or refuse cookies across all your devices you will need to separately adjust your browser and cookies settings for each device. Unless you have adjusted your settings, cookies will be issued or reissued when you log on to the Inbound FinTech website.

However, if you use your browser settings to disable, reject or delete some or all your cookies (including essential cookies), some features on our website, such as remembering your preferences, may not function and the quality of your website experience may be affected. In some cases, you may not be able to access our website at all. As a reminder to our mention earlier in the policy, where third parties use cookies, we have no control over how those third parties use them.

If at any time you delete or refuse cookies used on the Inbound FinTech website, but later change your mind and want to allow cookie use again, you should adjust your browser settings and continue using our website. Our cookies will then continue to function during your website experience.


8. Contact us

If you have any questions about the Inbound FinTech cookie policy, please contact our Data Protection Officer at 



The Inbound FinTech cookie policy was last updated in June 2022.