What are cookies?

A cookie is a text file sent from a web server to your browser and then saved on your desktop or mobile device. Cookies cannot read data from your device or other cookie files which are created by other websites and they do not damage your system.

Cookies are used at www.grantthornton.dk/en/. Below you can read about what cookies are used for and how you can delete them.

Cookies at www.grantthornton.dk/en/

Both first- and third-party cookies are placed at www.grantthornton.dk. First-party cookies are placed by the website you visit while third-party cookies are placed by third parties that have elements embedded on the website.

A large number of the cookies at www.grantthornton.dk/en/ are session cookies, which are deleted when you close your browser. However, permanent cookies are also placed. They are stored on your hard drive for a limited period of time, after which they expire and are automatically deleted. Permanent cookies are renewed every time you visit our website.

The purpose of cookies on our website is:

  • Technical functionality: We use cookies to remember your preferences. For example, whether you have accepted cookies or not.
  • Traffic Measurement: We also use cookies to monitor our website’s performance and to improve the user experience. All information is collected anonymously and contains data such as number of visitors, which geographical area the visitors are from and which pages they have visited.

Google Analytics

When you visit www.grantthornton.dk/en/, Google Analytics will place cookies in your browser to collect statistics. All data is collected anonymously. Opt out of cookies from Google Analytics here.


Social Media at www.grantthornton.dk/en/

You can share content from our website via “share” buttons linked to LinkedIn,  Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp and Xing.

You also have the possibility to visit Grant Thornton State-Authorised Accountants’ partner’s YouTube channel, and LinkedIn profile. In addition, you can use our website to visit our consultant's LinkedIn profiles.

LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp and Xing place cookies in your browser when you press the “Visit” or “Share” button to the individual social media. We would like to point out that if you do so, the social media in question will receive data about you and their cookies policy will start to apply. LinkedIn, GooglePlus, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp and Xing all have their own cookies and privacy policy, which we do not have control over.


How to delete or block cookies

You can set your browser to refuse cookies or to notify you when a cookie is sent. You can use the browser settings to check the cookies saved on your device. 

Please note that if you limit cookies you might not be able to use a website's page full functionality.


The cookie policy was updated on 25 May 2018