A cookie is a small data file (text file) that a website, when visited by a user, asks your browser to store on your device to keep information about you, such as your language preferences or login information. AXA Partners collects and sets up ‘internal’ cookies during your visit of https://axapartners.co.uk and also uses ‘third party’ cookies, which are cookies from a different domain than the website you are visiting, pursuant to the purposes described in the present policy.
UPDATE OF THE PRESENT POLICY
WHO COLLECTS YOUR PERSONAL DATA ON THIS WEBSITE?
AXA Assistance UK Limited, a company under the laws of United Kingdom, having its registered office at The Quadrangle, 106-118 Station Road, Redhill Surrey RH1 1 PR, United Kingdom, acts as an independent data controller of your personal data (it means that it determines the purposes and means of the processing of your personal data).
The independent data controller is referred to in this policy as "AXA Partners" or " Data Controller" or "we" or "us".
WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS RELATING TO YOUR DATA?
Grant your consent (‘opt-in’) to the deposit of some cookies and update your preferences at any time or for all or part of the optional cookies dropped while browsing Cookie Preference Center.
If you have any questions, complaints, or comments regarding this information notice, please address them by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your request will then be reviewed by the data protection department. AXA Partners may ask you for additional information to confirm your identity and/or to assist in locating the data you are seeking.
HOW TO MAKE A COMPLAINT TO A SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY?
You have the right to raise concerns about how your personal data is being processed with a competent supervisory authority, in the Member State of your habitual residence, place of work or place where you think an alleged infringement to your rights occurred.
In the UK, the competent supervisory authority is the Information Commissioner’s Office (“The ICO”). Their website address is at the following link https://ico.org.uk/.
The list of data protection authorities in the European Union is available through the following link: https://ec.europa.eu/justice/article-29/structure/data-protection-authorities/index_en.htm. For non-EU countries, please refer to the website of your local data protection authority.
WHAT ARE THE CATEGORIES OF THE COOKIES DROPPED WHILE YOU ARE BROWSING OUR WEBSITE AND WHAT ARE THEIR PURPOSES?
LIST OF OUR THIRD PARTY PROVIDERS
Name of the third party: static.cdn.prismic.io
Cookie categories and their purposes : Strictly Necessary Cookies
Name of the third party: youtube.com
Cookie categories and their purposes : Targeting Cookies
A cookie banner pops up as from your first visit of the website https://axapartners.co.uk. This cookie banner enables you to, either:
- Accept all optional cookies which are not strictly necessary for the proper functioning of the website, or
- Refuse all cookies that are not strictly necessary to the proper functioning of the website,
- Access the Cookie Preference Center to set up your choices in terms of consent (meaning that you may select individually cookies you accept to drop while browsing event though they are not essential to the proper functioning of the website).
We will store your preferences, whether consent or refusal of cookies, for 3 months. Once this period expired, the cookie banner will pop up gain for you to set up your preferences again. You can adjust the cookie settings at any time via the Cookie Preference Center.
IS COOKIE DEPOSIT MANDATORY?
The strictly necessary or optional character of each category of cookies is indicated at the very moment you are asked to grant (or deny) consent, either via the cookie banner at the occasion of your first visit to our website, or through the Cookie Preference Center.
The Cookie Preference Center remains accessible at any time in the footer of the website but also by clicking ‘Personalize my choices’ in the cookie banner.
Please note that by refusing optional cookies, some functions, pages and areas of the website may result unavailable, for which we cannot be held responsible.