Cookies are used on Česká spořitelna, a.s. websites in accordance with the law.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small data file that a website’s server sends to a search engine, which then stores it on the user’s computer. When the user visits the same website again, the search engine sends this data back to the website’s server. Cookies are commonly used to tell users apart, store user settings etc., thereby simplifying website use.

Cookies are a tool to ensure functionality of a website for a specific user. If you visit a website, it can use cookies to store information about your behaviour on the website or in internet banking and thus can gradually ascertain a specific visitor’s interests. However, cookies can in no way be used by a third party to discover the identity of visitors.

Information obtained from cookies can be used for targeted advertising, statistical evaluation of the behaviour of visitors, etc.

Third-party cookies

We use partners to provide certain services. These partners also use cookies. These cookies are managed by third parties, and we cannot access them to read or extract data from them.

Such third-party cookies are usually from systems that deliver advertising or analyse visits.

Consent to storing cookies

Most search engines automatically accept cookies, unless the search engine settings are set differently. You can restrict or block the use of cookies in your search engine settings, or you can change the settings here. Note, however, that by blocking cookies, you can make the functionality of the website substantially worse.

How to check the cookie settings in various search engines

You can find information about the cookie settings of specific search engines here: