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The following section explains the types, categories and purpose of cookies on the website. You can block certain types of cookies.
These cookies remain in your browser during your browser session only, i.e. until you leave the website.
These cookies remain in your browser for a set period of time after the browser session (unless you delete them).
A first-party cookie is a cookie set on the user’s device by the domain name that appears in the browser address bar.
A third-party cookie is a cookie set on the user’s device by (and on) a domain name that is not the domain name that appears in the browser address bar. It might be set as part of a side resource load (image, JS, iframe, etc. from a different hostname) or an AJAX HTTP request to a third-party server.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
These cookies are necessary for the website to function and cannot be switched off. They are usually only set in response to actions that amount to a request for services, such as setting your privacy preferences or filling in forms.
You can set your browser to block or alert you about these cookies, but some parts of the site will not work. These cookies do not store any personally identifiable information.
These cookies allow us to count visits for statistical purposes and analyse traffic sources so we can measure and improve our website and your online experience. They help us to see which pages are the most and least popular and how visitors move around the website.
All information these cookies collect is aggregated and, therefore, anonymous. If you do not allow these cookies, we will not be able to track site traffic and will not be able to monitor its performance.
Analytics cookies are categorised as performance cookies. To manage your analytics cookies, please refer to the “Managing analytics cookies” section below.
These cookies help us to analyse how effective our marketing campaigns are, and enhance your online experiences with PwC with customisation.
PwC may present ads to you on other sites to promote its services, collect statistics and conduct surveys. The cookies are used to make messages more relevant to you and your interests. They also perform functions like preventing the same ad from continuously re-appearing. These advertisements are solely intended to make you aware of relevant PwC promotions that may be of interest to you. PwC does not sell your data to any third parties.
You can opt out of having your anonymised browsing history within our websites or applications recorded by analytics cookies. We use the following service providers. You can learn more about their privacy policies and how to opt out of their analytics cookies by clicking on the following links:
|Strictly Necessary Cookies|
|PwC||OptanonAlertBoxClosed||This cookie is set by websites using certain versions of the cookie law compliance solution from OneTrust. It is set after visitors have seen a cookie information notice and in some cases only when they actively close the notice down. It enables the website not to show the message more than once to a user. The cookie has a one year lifespan and contains no personal information.||First Party||12 months|
This cookie is set by the cookie compliance solution from OneTrust. It stores information about the categories of cookies the site uses and whether visitors have given or withdrawn consent for the use of each category. This enables site owners to prevent cookies in each category from being set in the user’s browser, when consent is not given. The cookie has a normal lifespan of one year, so that returning visitors to the site will have their preferences remembered. It contains no information that can identify the site visitor.
|Akamai||bm_sv||Used by Akamai to optimise site performance and security.||Third party||Until the end of the session|
|Akamai||abck||This cookie is used to analyse traffic to determine if it is automated traffic generated by IT systems or a human user.||Third party||12 months|
|Akamai||ak_bmsc||This cookie is used by Akamai to optimise site security by distinguishing between humans and bots.||Third party||
This cookie name is associated with the analytics service provided by Adobe's Site Catalyst product suite. This cookie was introduced in 2013 as a 'fallback' visitor identifier where the s_vi cookie normally used for this purpose is blocked. It contains a randomly generated, unique id.
|First and third party||5 years|
The Adobe Site Catalyst cookie determines whether cookies are enabled in the browser.
|First and third party||Until the end of the session|
|Adobe Analytics||gpv||This cookie is set by Adobe Analytics to store the quantity of pages the end user views when visiting websites.||First and third party||30 minutes|
|Adobe Analytics||s_ppv||Adobe Site Catalyst cookie.||First and third party||Until the end of the session|
|Adobe Analytics||s_sq||Adobe Site Catalyst cookie stores information about the previous link clicked within the site.||First and third party||2 years|
|Adobe Analytics||s_nr||Adobe Site Catalyst cookie, stores date of visit and if visitor is new or returning.||First and third party||2 years|
|Adobe Analytics||s_ppvl||This cookie is set by Adobe Analytics to store information on the percentage of the page displayed to the end user.||First and third party||Until end of session|
|Akamai||bm_mi, bm_sz||Akamai is a security cookie.||Third party||2 hours|
This cookie gives website operators the ability to test what online content and offers are more relevant to visitors.
|First Party||2 weeks|
|Adobe Analytics||everest_g_v2, everest_session_v2||This cookie stores the visitor ID provided by our analytics provider whenever you first visit one of the websites.||Third Party, persistent||2 years|
|Adobe Analytics||dextp||Sets a unique ID to keep statistics on which YouTube videos the user has watched.||Third party||180 days|
|Adobe - Audience Manager||demdex||This cookie helps Adobe Audience Manger perform basic functions such as visitor identification, ID synchronisation, segmentation, modelling, reporting, etc.||Third Party||180 days|
|Adobe - Audience Manager||dpm||This cookie saves the information that a visitor ID was requested for syncing purposes.||Third Party||180 days|
|PwC||AMCVS_xxxxxAdobeOrg||This is a pattern type cookie name associated with Adobe Marketing Cloud. It stores a unique visitor identifier, and uses an organisation identifier.||First Party||Until the end of the session|
|YouTube||YSC||These cookies are used by YouTube as part of their embedded services on the websites (sharing, etc.).||Third Party||Until the end of the session|
|YouTube||VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE||This cookie is used as a unique identifier to track the viewing of videos.||Third Party, persistent||180 days|