Cookies policy

This information describes the different types of cookies used by LPB Bank in connection with this website from which you are accessing this information. The Bank determines the means and purposes for the processing of personal data described and is (as defined in the General Data Protection Regulation) a controller. What are cookies? A cookie is a small text file sent to your computer or mobile device when you visit a website and it is stored on your computer or mobile device when you open the website. On each subsequent visit, the cookies are sent back to the originating website or to another website that recognizes the cookie. Cookies act as the memory of a specific website, allowing it to remember your computer the next time you visit it, including cookies that remember your settings to improve the visitor' s experience. For more information about cookies and how to manage or delete them, please visit:


By using cookies, the Bank wants to:

  • ensure efficient and secure operation of Banks website;
  • improve the operation of the website; by observing the use of cookies the Bank is able to improve the performance of the website and electronic services, to expand the existing services, to improve the functions, analyze performance;
  • recognize repeat website visitors (this helps to show visitors more relevant information tailored to their individual needs);
  • analyze your habits to make the website easy to use, efficient and responsive to your needs, for example, by ensuring that you can easily find everything you are looking for;
  • list the flow of information and data sent to the website (the Bank uses cookies to collect statistical data on the number of visitors who have visited the website).

Cookies allow the website to store the following data:

  • connection details (IP address, connection time, city from which the connection is made);
  • browser type;
  • data on how you use the website (and which sections of the website you are visiting, what information and news you are interested in), your browser and device.
Cookie Company Description Expires/Valid Type
Third party statistics cookie help website owners to understand how visitors interact with websites so that they can be tailored to the needs and preferences of visitors in the most efficient way.
_utm.gif Google Analytics, Google Inc. Record information on visitor' s browser and computer. Session Pixel
_utma Google Analytics, Google Inc. Gathers data about your website visits such as how many times it was viewed, when was the website viewed for the first and the last time. 7 days HTTP
_utmb Google Analytics, Google Inc. Records the exact time a visitor came to the website to calculate the approximate time spent on the website. 30 minutes HTTP
_utmc Google Analytics, Google Inc. Records the exact time a visitor opens the website to determine that the visitor has quickly left the website. Session HTTP
_utmt Google Analytics, Google Inc. Records the type of visitor request such as transaction, page. 10 minutes HTTP
_utmz Google Analytics, Google Inc. Gathers data on how a visitor accessed a website, what search engine was used, what link was clicked, what keywords were used, and where in the world the website was visited. 7 days HTTP
Third party marketing cookies are used to track visitors across websites. These cookies work is based on the browser and device of Data Subject, not on the personal data of Data Subject.
ads/ga-audiences Google Analytics, Google Inc. to store information for remarketing purposes 7 days HTTP
Functional cookies help make a website usable by providing basic features such as choice of language. A website cannot function properly without these cookies.
supra_language Bank Records the visitor' s selected language. 1 month HTTP
all_cookie_enabled Bank All cookies enabled. 1 month HTTP
statistics_cookie_enabled Bank Statistics cookies enabled. 1 month HTTP
marketing_cookie_enabled Bank Marketing cookies enabled. 1 month HTTP
preferences_cookie_enabled Bank Preferences cookies enabled. 1 month HTTP