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This website contains cookies. According to the Swedish Act on Electronic Communication (lagen om elektronisk kommunikation), which came into force on 25 July 2003, all visitors to cookie-enabled websites must be informed that the website contains cookies, what the cookies are used for. Cookies are used on the webiste to give users access to functions such as subscription via e-mail, log in to the member net and selection of language.
During the time you are navigating on the Swedish Bankers´ Association's website a cookie, called session cookie, is stored temporarily in the memory of your computer to keep track of information such as what language you have selected. Session cookies are not stored permanently on your computer and disappear once you close your browser.
Information We Collect
The Swedish Bankers´ Association collects information on the ways in which our website is used, known as visitor statistics. Such statistics may include the number of visits, the URLs, domains and IP addresses from which the visits occur, the times of day at which the website is most commonly visited, and the parts of the site most commonly visited, etc. The Swedish Bankers´ Association can then use this information to see which parts of its site can be improved.
The Swedish Bankers´ Association's website contains links to external websites. The Swedish Bankers´ Association has no control over the privacy practices of any external websites, and we are not responsible for the content or the privacy policies of those sites.
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