Cookies Policy

Introduction

We use cookies and similar tracking technologies on our website and in some forms of electronic communications. This Cookies Policy explains the types of cookies we use and how they help us to improve the services we provide through this site.
By continuing to use this site, you consent to our use of cookies as described below.

What are cookies?

Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information which are stored by your web browser on your computer (or internet-enable device). They are transferred to your browser by the websites you visit.

Cookies are widely used to enable ordinary website functionality and to improve the user’s browsing experience. Cookies are useful for a range of purposes because they allow a website to recognise the user’s device.

Types of cookies we use on this website

  • Strictly necessary cookies: ASP.NET_SessionId uses a Microsoft technology to assign a random 20 digit identification number to each visitor to our website to ensure they can navigate the site correctly. It does not collect information from the user’s device and does not personally identify the user. It is stored in temporary memory and is deleted when the browser is closed. Further information about session IDs is available on Microsoft’s website
  • Performance cookies: Google Analytics is used to record information about how visitors interact with our website, including the number of visitors, the pages visited, and the operating system, browser and search engine used to access the site. All the information that we collect using these cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous. It is only used to improve the way our website works. Further information about analytics cookies is available on Google’s website
  • Other cookies: Google URL shortener and click analytics are used on our website and in other communications, such as posts on LinkedIn and Twitter, to provide tiny URLs and to allow us to gauge how users are accessing our content, including the referring source, the platform and browser in use and the geographic location of access. This information we use is in aggregated form and does not identify individuals. Further information about Google URL shortener is available on Google’s website

Other technologies we use in our communications

We use third party email marketing tools as part of the delivery of electronic communications, such as publications, newsletters and firm announcements. These tools contain coding that determine the delivery of email communications and allow us to measure levels of interest so that we can adapt future communications according to trends in user behaviour.

We currently use a third party service provided by Campaign Monitor for managing email campaigns. Campaign Monitor uses ‘Createsend’ to monitor email opens, bounce backs, not opened and unsubscribe rates and the use of links in opened emails. All subscriber lists, campaign content and reports are treated as private and confidential.

You may unsubscribe from our email campaigns at any time by using the unsubscribe feature in the relevant email communication or by sending an email to enquiries@webbhenderson.com

Managing cookies and your preferences

You can change your browser settings to restrict, delete or block cookies. This means that you can remove cookies already stored on your device once you have left our website, or you can change your preferences before you begin browsing. To find out how, go to the “Help” function in your browser or visit www.allaboutcookies.org

Further information

You can find more information about cookies at www.allaboutcookies.org.

If you have any questions or comments about our Cookies Policy, please email us at enquiries@webbhenderson.com