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    A cookie is a small data file that we store on your computer to keep track of what happens during your visit and to recognize the computer. A cookie is not a program and does not contain viruses.

    Ikano Banks use of cookies

    Cookies are required to make the website work. Cookies also help us to gain an overview of your visit to the website so that we can continually optimize and target the website to your needs and interests. For example, cookies may remember, if you have previously visited the page, logged in before, etc.

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    _gaUsed by Google Universal Analytics to distinguish between unique users.2 years

    Required cookies

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    Marketing Cookies

    Marketing cookies are used to track users across their visits to multiple websites. These cookies can be used to build profiles that show which searches each user has made or which pages they have visited. These cookies can store data that identifies the individual user or which contains specific information about the user. Ikano Bank uses cookies from Adform to evaluate our campaigns online.

    Operation and optimization cookies

    These cookies are used to understand the use of the website and are interpreted in cooperation with IIH Nordic. For example, Be counting the number of visitors or other information to be used for analysis. They are also used in connection with questionnaires. These cookies can to a limited extent collect data that can be attributed to the individual user.

    We use Google Analytics to analyze how users use the website. The information that the cookie collects about your use (traffic data, including your IP address) will be sent to and stored on Google's servers in the U.S.. You can opt out of Google Analytics cookies here: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout