Jyske Capital's use of cookies

As on most other websites you are leaving electronic trails e.g. through cookies when using Jyske Capital’s website. The information is anonymous, meaning that we cannot see your identity. Jyske Capital does not link anonymous, technical information to specific users.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that will be stored on your browser and that enable us to recognise your PC, tablet or mobile telephone. The file is not malicious and cannot carry viruses or malicious programs. By using cookies we register anonymous information to make the website more user-friendly, effective and targeted.

Which cookies do we use and why?
Session cookies
Session cookies are necessary to keep interaction between your PC and a website/application. This is, for instance, the case with the netbank, which cannot be used, if you have not allowed cookies in your browser. Session cookies are deleted when the browser is closed.
Persistent cookies
Persistent cookies are stored on your PC to retain your preferences. Example: A banner appears, which you delete after having read the message. We will then store a cookie telling us that you do not want to see the banner again.

Cookies for web statistics
We use cookies to see which sites our users visit and when – and which sites they visit before visiting ours. We use these data to understand how users as a total group navigate on our websites. The information is used as general statistics and cannot be linked to individuals.
The tool we use for web statistics is Google Analytics.
Read more about how Google Analytics uses cookies

Jyske Capital uses IP address anonymisation in Google Analytics, meaning that Google makes each IP-address anonymous.
Read more about IP-address anonymisation

How to delete and avoid cookies

You can control whether you want to accept cookies – or whether you want to delete them. This can be done in your browser settings on your PC, telephone or tablet. If you disallow cookies in your browser, certain function on the websites will not work.

Cookies that you have accepted can be deleted subsequently. If you have a PC with a rather new browser, it can be done quickly by using the shortcut CTRL + SHIFT + Delete.

The website aboutcookies.org shows how to delete cookies depending on browser.

If you want to opt out of cookies from Google Analytics, Google offers the tool Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.