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Cookies Policy

1. What are Cookies? Cookies are small text files of data that are stored on your computer or other device when you visit a website. They are used to operate the website you are visiting and provide additional functionality (such as user identification, remember preferences). 2. Why are cookies used in this website? The website uses only the necessary cookies for its basic functions, such as: - website appearance and user preferences storage (e.g. choice of language / colors, search results presentation) - user protection, - load balancing. 3. How can I control Cookies? All web browsers allow you to manage cookies, and you can decide whether to delete cookies as soon as you complete your visit to the website or define your preferences before starting your navigation. Please note that if you choose to reject or delete cookies the website functionality may be impaired (e.g. some function may not be fully available). You may find more information about your web browser to the following links: - Google Chrome - Microsoft Edge - Microsoft Internet Explorer - Mozilla Firefox - Apple Safari (Mac OS) - Apple Safari (iPhone, iPad) - Opera If you decide to completely deactivate Google Analytics for every website you visit and not just for this one, follow the relevant link. 4. Where can I get further information about cookies? Further details about the use of Cookies, as well as about the way they are restricted or rejected, you may find in the websites below: - https://cookiepedia.co.uk/all-about-cookies - http://www.allaboutcookies.org - https://www.aboutcookies.org 5. Is this policy likely to change? This policy may be modified at any time. and the current one is always the most recent version. We suggest you regularly refer to this page, which is effective since 25/05/2018. Note PIRAEUS SECURITIES S.A. is not responsible for the references from this Policy to external websites, for their content and services, which PIRAEUS SECURITIES S.A. cannot control nor adopts, as well as for any damage may result from their use, as the visitor has access to them at his/her own risk.