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The website contains:
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The written material provided on the website may be freely reproduced, provided that the source is specified. FI is the copyright holder unless otherwise specified.
Some restrictions apply to images and graphic designs:
Portrait photographs in the Photo archive may be used by the media for editorial purposes. Other images may not be used without permission from FI's Communications Office.
FI's logo is a registered trademark. No firms, whether under supervision or registered, may use this logo in any way.
FI strives to keep the information on this website updated and correct, but information found on the website shall not be viewed as legally binding. With regard to regulations, the printed version is the valid version.
We sometimes provide links to other websites. Our goal is to ensure that these links are always up-to-date, but they may change without our knowledge.
FI's website has been developed using WCAG 2.0 and W3C/WAI's guidelines for how to construct a website that facilitates accessibility for disabled visitors.
Cookies are small text files that are saved on the visitor's computer. One of the most common uses for cookies is to keep track of who has answered online surveys, so as to avoid the same person answering several times. They are also used for statistics. However, cookies may also be needed for the fundamental functions of a website, for example to make sure that a choice you make on one website follows you to the next website.
There are two types of cookies:
The following is a list of the cookies we use at www.fi.se.
A session cookie used for the functionality of the website. The cookie does not save personal information about visitors and cannot be used to track visits to other websites. It disappears when you close your browser.
A session cookie used for the functionality of the website Börsinformation.
Third-party cookies that come from Soundcloud where we store our podcast that are inbedded in our web site fi.se.
Third-party cookies from Google when visiting a webpage at www.fi.se where we have embedded one or more of the videos from our YouTube channel. The cookies are used for marketing and advertising purposes, etc.
Session cookies used by FI's Reporting Portal.
If you click on the share functions on www.fi.se, you will be forwarded to the websites for Twitter, Linkedin or Facebook. These websites place their own cookies in your browser.