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The new Telecom Act became effective on 1 June 2012. As of that time, each website has to inform its user about the nature of any delivered cookies and request permission for their use. Your pension fund and its pension administrator also use cookies on this website. Please click here for more information on the nature of these cookies, where to find them and their use.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small files attached to website pages that are saved by your browser on your computer´┐Żs hard disk. If you visit the website again, the saved data can be sent to our servers again.

Permanent cookies

With the use of a permanent cookie we can recognize you the next time you visit our website and adjust the website to your preferences. You can remove permanent cookies via the settings of your browser.

Session cookies

Session cookies are used to monitor which pages of the website you visit and help us adjust our services to your web behaviour. Session cookies are automatically removed when you leave the internet.

Cookies of third parties

The Dutch company Mtrack places cookies via our website to analyse the visits to our website. We use this service to monitor the use of our website and improve the website on the basis of this information. The data collected by Mtrack is made anonymous. Mtrack uses First-party cookies which only follow the surf behaviour on this website, and do not monitor any visits to other websites.

Social media buttons

Some websites includes buttons to help promote certain web pages ('like') or share ('tweets') on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. Our websites do not yet include these buttons, but we will explain their use in this context. They use peaces of a code sent by social networks to place cookies. We cannot influence these cookies. Please refer to the privacy statements of the social networks for information on their use of your (personal) data processed via these cookies. These privacy statements are updated regularly.

The data collected by Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn are transferred to and saved on servers in the United States. These four companies are members of the Safe Harbor program of the American Trade Ministry which means a suitable protection level is applied for processing any personal data.

Activate/de-activate and remove

Please refer to the instruction and Help function of your browser for more information on activating/de-activating and removing cookies.

More Information

The following websites contain more information on cookies: