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Use of Cookies

This website uses Cookies to provide enhanced functionality to visitors, to gather analytical data to improve performance, to personalize content and displayed advertising depending on your interests, as well as to provide information regarding our various insurance products and services.

1. What Is a Cookie?
A cookie is an identifier allocated from a web server when accessing a website, which is saved on your computer as a file (“Cookie”, or collectively “Cookies”). If you have allowed the transmission and reception of Cookies in your browser settings, a website can acquire these Cookies from your browser.
2. Cookies Used on Our Website
Our website uses the following types of Cookies. (As of March 1, 2021)
  • (1)
    Strictly Necessary Cookies
    A strictly necessary Cookie is a Cookie that is essential for the proper functioning of this website.
  • (2)
    Performance Cookies
    Performance Cookies allow us to count the number of visitors and communication traffic sources and thus evaluate and improve the performance of our website. These Cookies help us understand things such as which are the most and the least popular pages, or how visitors move within the website.
  • (3)
    Targeting Cookies
    Targeting Cookies may be set by our advertising partners via our website. These companies use Cookies to profile your interests and to display relevant ads on other websites as well.
3. Disabling Cookies
You can disable Cookies via your browser settings.
You can still use this website even if you disable Cookies, but you may not be able to use many of the website’s functions. Please refer to the following URLs on how to change the Cookie settings in the major browsers.
4. Notes
This policy for Cookies is subject to change without prior notice.
In addition, this website may use some Cookies not listed herein.

Use of Web Beacons

The Company may occasionally use web beacons on this website to quantify the number of visitors to the site and for the purposes of usability analysis. A web beacon is a mechanism that uses cookies to track users' access information and collect statistical data. Web beacons, like cookies, do not identify individual users. You may choose to set your browser to reject web beacons.