What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file placed on your computer when you visit a website. Cookies perform a variety of functions. Among others cookies collect information, save the personal settings of users and in general help to provide a better user experience for visitors.
What type of cookies does the MNB use and for what purpose?
• to collect information on how you use the website
• to help website development
• to facilitate your navigation of our website and the use of its functions to provide a seamless user experience
• to place targeted ads on other websites
• to differentiate and identify browser users
• to track user activities on the website to enable us to provide you with relevant information tailored to your interests
Essential session cookies
These cookies are required in order to make it possible for users to browse our website and use its functions, for example by saving the actions you performed on the site during a visit. These cookies are valid only for the duration of the actual visit and are automatically deleted from your computer at the end of the session or when you close the browser. It is important to note that these cookies are essential for the use of our website.
Cookies that facilitate use
These cookies enable us to save your settings on our website.
Cookies that differentiate and identify browser users
These cookies are used to assign a unique identifier (based on the device/browser combination used to access our site) to browsing activities. This ID does not enable the identification of the client, but the data stored in these cookies may be assigned to the client based on a separate data management agreement.
To analyse user behaviour while browsing the website, the MNB uses web beacons obtained from Yahoo! and Google. Both Yahoo! and Google may use anonymous information collected from this and other websites for the development of their products, services, furthermore, for display advertisements that are relevant for you. If you want to find out more about this practice or about your opportunities to prevent Yahoo! and Google from using the information obtained about you, please click here or here.
How to configure or disable cookies?
All modern browsers enable the user to change cookie settings. The majority of browsers automatically accept cookies by default but in most cases there is a possibility to modify these settings to prevent automatic acceptance and prompt the user to accept or reject cookies every time.
Please note that as the purpose of the cookies is to facilitate or enable the use and processes of our website, if you disable or delete cookies it may prevent you from using the functions of the website to their full extent and the website may work in a manner not intended.