Cookies Policy

>Cookies Policy

This notice will advise you about our cookies policy and help you to understand what a cookies policy is.

A cookie contains small amounts of data, which often includes a unique identifier that is sent to your computer browser when you visit a website. This data is then stored on your computer’s hard drive. Often cookies are only placed on your drive for the duration of time you spend browsing a website. Other cookies may be downloaded to your device and sent back to the originating website for each succeeding visit, or to additional websites that can identify that cookie.

Cookies are useful as they allow you to efficiently navigate between webpages and recognise your surfing preferences to improve your user experience. They also positively impact your online advert experience by showing advertisements that are more relevant to your requirements and interests.

>An example of how cookies work:

Take for instance, when you visit the Murray & Spelman website and you have previously visited our site on a separate occasion, our website may use a cookie to monitor what information you have looked at on your last visit to get an idea on the topics that interest you.

Let’s say you frequently visit our News section to read some of our blog content. If the articles that interest you most are related to business insurance or financial matters, you will be shown articles of a similar nature to ease your user experience. This means that you do not have to spend ages sifting through irrelevant content to find what you are looking for.

The data stored in a cookie can only be accessed by the website that placed it or on some occasions the information can be read by other sites only if there is an agreement in place to share this information. If you wish to read more on cookies, you can visit

>Murray & Spelman uses cookies to improve the way we work and do business for our clients.

We use cookies to:

  • Find out how customers use our site and see which pages interest our customer by monitoring what page or links they have clicked on. This helps us make improvements where necessary to pages/links that may not be performing as good as other pages/links.
  • To help us supply you with the most relevant content suitable to your needs.
  • Compile website statistics i.e. number of visitors to the site and the pages they visit.


>You can accept or reject cookies by:

Majority of web browsers accept cookies, however, if you wish to disable this function you can do so under your browser settings.

Each browser is different, so check the links below for your suitable browser to understand how to adjust your cookie preferences.

>The following types of cookies may be used on our website:

Third party cookies may be used during your visit to our website using tools such as:

  • Google Analytics
  • Google AdWords

>Google Analytics Usage:

The Murray & Spelman website uses Google Analytics as a reporting tool. Google Analytics advertising features are enabled which allow for additional advertising options.

Such features include:

  • Remarketing
  • Google Display Network Impression Reporting
  • Google Analytics Demographics and Interest Reporting
  • DoubleClick Platform integrations

As previously mentioned, Google Analytics collects information about traffic to a website so if you do not want your data contributions to be recorded, simply follow the instructions at: