What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are sent to your computer (or mobile device) when you first visit a website. They help to identify you (your device) the next time you visit the website; help you to fill out the forms faster, and recommend certain content based on your previous behavior on the website. The term cookies applies to all files that collect information in this way.
Some cookies contain personal information. For example, if you click on “remind me” when downloading, such a file will remember your username. But most cookies don't collect information that can identify you specifically, and instead, they collect more general information (location, geographic area, etc.).
What cookies does the Fund use?
Cookies of this type are used to analyze how you use our website, to monitor the performance thereof. This allows us to provide high-quality services by providing quick access to the most popular pages.
Such cookies are used to remember user preferences. For example, they help save you time when filling out various forms to save the settings you specify as your preferred ones.
Certain cookies are used to collect statistics, monitor traffic on the website (for example, when working with Yandex.Metrika, and Google Analytics programs), improve the functionality of the website, and identify the use of bots (robots).
Sometimes cookies are used by advertisers to show users ads based on their preferences. If you are a resident of the European Union and would like to learn more about how cookies are used for such purposes or choose to opt out, please visit www.youronlinechoices.eu. Keep in mind that if you choose to disable cookies, you may find that some parts of websites will not work the way you are used to.