Cookie Policy

The Bank of New York Mellon Non-EU Cookie Notice for

What is a Cookie?

Cookies, web beacons and similar technologies (“Cookies”) are small pieces of information that a website stores on the web browser on your device and can later retrieve. They enable a website to recognize you upon your return, remember your preferences and provide tailored services to you. Cookies perform essential functions to improve a user’s browsing experience.

"Session" Cookies are temporary and will expire at the end of a browser session; that is, when you leave a website. Session Cookies allow a website to recognize you and carry information as you navigate between pages during a single browser session and allow you to use the website most efficiently. "Persistent” Cookies, in contrast, remain in the Cookie file of your browser even after you leave a website and after the browser is closed.

How we use Cookies

We currently use, and may use in the future, session and persistent Cookies on this website (“Website”) to:

Managing Cookies on our Website

Most browsers are initially set to accept Cookies. However, you have the ability to change your browser settings. It may also be possible to configure your browser settings to enable acceptance of specific Cookies or to notify you each time a new Cookie is about to be stored on your device enabling you to decide whether to accept or reject the Cookie. You can also disable Cookies by configuring your browser setting to reject Cookies. Please refer to the help section of your browser for instructions on disabling Cookies. For more information about Cookies, how they work, why they are so useful and how to disable them, you can

If you do not wish to accept Cookies from this Site, please either disable them or refrain from using this Site. If Cookies are disabled, it may mean that you experience reduced functionality or will be prevented from using all or part of this Site.

Third Party Sites

The Website may contain links to third party sites (including social media bookmarking buttons which enable you to share certain content on the Website). Please review the Cookie and privacy policies of these sites to understand how they may use Cookies and your information. These sites are not controlled or endorsed by us, and we are not responsible for the contents, operation or security of these sites

Third Party Advertising

We may use third party advertising companies to serve ads on our behalf across the Internet. In order to measure and track the effectiveness of such ads, these companies will use Cookie technology so a Cookie may be set when you click on one of our ads or visit a Web page associated with our campaigns. These companies may also use and measure information about your visits to the Website as part of this same process.

You have the ability to opt out of many third-party advertisers. For example, you may go to the Digital Advertising Alliance (“DAA”)Consumer Choice Pagefor information about opting out of interest-based advertising and their choices regarding having information used byDAA companies. You may also go to the Network Advertising Initiative (“NAI”)Consumer Opt-Out Pagefor information about opting out of interest-based advertising and their choices regarding having information used byNAI members. Opting out from one or more companies listed on the DAAConsumer Choice Pageor the NAIConsumer Opt-Out Pagewill opt you out from those companies’ delivery of interest-based content or ads to you, but it does not mean you will no longer receive any advertising through our Websites or other websites. You may continue to receive advertisements, for example, based on the particular website that you are viewing (i.e., contextually based ads). Also, if your browsers are configured to reject Cookies when you opt out on the DAA or NAI websites, your opt out may not be effective. Additional information is available on the DAA’s website atwww.aboutads.infoor the NAI’s website