Cookies are small text files placed on your device (e.g. laptop, smartphone, etc.) when you visit a website. Along with similar technologies with similar functions (together “cookies”), they enable us, or third parties acting on our behalf or in cooperation with us, to provide our services, to retrieve useful information on your browsing and use of the Website, to recognise your device and preferences, where we are permitted to do so, to display ads to you (and for approved third parties to do the same), and generally to help improve your online experience. You can find more information about cookies at: www.allaboutcookies.org and www.youronlinechoices.eu.
There are four types of cookies that we use. These cookies perform different functions. Further details for each category of cookies is available by selecting the dropdowns below:
These are cookies that are essential in order to enable you to move around PFA.com and use its features (commonly regarded as “strictly necessary cookies”)
These are cookies we use to help improve our Website, its functionalities and content as well as personalising our Website based on your choices and preferences.
These cookies perform analytics and generate statistics in relation to the Website’s use and traffic.
These cookies carry out targeting activities to advertise products and services.
Our legal basis for processing these cookies is:
Necessary for our legitimate interests. It is in our interests to be able to provide our Website to users with services they request to enable the operation of our Website.
Prior user consent.
We use both first party and third party cookies on our Website. First party cookies are set on your device by us through our Website (i.e. our domain is placing the cookie). Third party cookies are placed on your device by a third party (i.e. another domain is placing the cookie) when you browse our Website (e.g. a third party advertiser). We identify in the dropdowns above for each of the cookies we use whether it is first- or third- party. Cookies can be either session cookies or persistent cookies. Session cookies are cookies which are deleted when you close your internet browser. Persistent cookies stay in place after you have closed your browser, for example a cookie which tracks whether you are a new or return visitor to the Website.