Cookies help to make the website work properly and securely. Cookies also enable us to better inform you, e.g. about relevant products and services. Did you know that there are different types of cookies? And do you know what they are used for? Allow us to explain. You can also read more about other technologies, such as Local Storage, on this page.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that our website or the Rabo App stores on your computer, tablet or smartphone. We use them to collect information about your website visit or about the computer, tablet or smartphone that you are using. We also store this information.

Thanks to cookies, you don't have to enter the same information every time you visit the website, for example.

Why does Rabobank place cookies?

Some cookies are necessary and are always placed, for example to enable online banking and use of the Rabo App. You always decide which cookies you want to give permission for.

We also use cookies to analyze your internet behavior on our website. If you choose ‘Complete’, we can share this information with other companies we work with. We use your personal data to create a profile. This is how we recognize you the next time you visit our website or the Rabo App, and we make your visit more personal by showing you relevant information. If you choose 'Complete', we can also make our advertising more relevant and personal outside of our website and the Rabo App. In addition, 'Complete' allows you to watch supporting videos on our website, amongst other things.

Your privacy is important to us; we don't sell your data.

Read more about how we handle your privacy

Local Storage

We use HTML5 Local Storage to store data. This works much the same as cookies. That's why we’ve included an explanation here.

With Local Storage, you decide how long the browser or your device retains the data. This depends on your browser or device settings and/or how often you clear the history.

This data is placed in your Local Storage