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Cookie Policy

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that a website stores on your computer or mobile device when you visit the site.

  • First party cookies are cookies set by the website you're visiting. Only that website can read them. In addition, a website might potentially use external services, which also set their own cookies, known as third-party cookies.
  • Persistent cookies are cookies saved on your computer and that are not deleted automatically when you quit your browser, unlike a session cookie, which is deleted when you quit your browser.

Every time you visit our websites, you will be prompted to accept or refuse cookies. The purpose is to enable the site to remember your preferences (such as user name, language, etc.) for a certain period of time. That way, you don't have to re-enter them when browsing around the site during the same visit.

Cookies can also be used to establish anonymised statistics about the browsing experience on our sites.

How do we use cookies?

Currently, there are four types of cookies that may be generated as you browse our site: Strictly Necessary, Statistics, Preference and Marketing cookies.

1. Strictly Necessary Cookies

These cookies are essential for you to browse the website and use its features, such as accessing secure areas of the site. Cookies that allow web shops to hold your items in your cart while you are shopping online are an example of strictly necessary cookies. These cookies will generally be first-party session cookies. While it is not required to obtain consent for these cookies, what they do and why they are necessary are explained in the table below.

How do I control Strictly Necessary Cookies?

You can use your browser settings to control whether or not we set session cookies. More information on your browser settings is provided at the bottom of this page.

Please be aware that these cookies are critical to the efficient working of the site. If you choose to disable these cookies from this site, the functionality of the site may be greatly reduced.

2. Statistics Cookies

Also known as "performance cookies," these cookies collect information about how you use a website, like which pages you visited and which links you clicked on. None of this information can be used to identify you. It is all aggregated and, therefore, anonymized. Their sole purpose is to improve website functions. This includes cookies from third-party analytics services as long as the cookies are for the exclusive use of the owner of the website visited.

Statistical information is used in reports and to improve our site. For example, we have used analytics data to add, remove or change features of the site based on how popular they are with users.

We track, for example:

  • the numbers of visitors to individual pages;
  • when pages were visited;
  • how long users stayed on the page;
  • the IP address of the user of the website;
  • the page they came from;
  • technical data about the device being used to browse the site (such as browser and operating system version, and display size) — we use this data to ensure that the technology our site uses is appropriate for the majority of our users, and how best to display the site for users who have less capable browsers.

More information about Statistics cookies

We use cookies from different partners including Google to provide our analytics data. You can read more about how Google Analytics treats your data on their web site. You can also read Google's full privacy policy.

How do I control Statistics cookies?

Google provides a tool to opt-out of Google Analytics. This is available for all modern browsers in the form of a browser plugin. Additionally, you can control how cookies are set using your browser settings.

3. Preference cookies

Also known as "functionality cookies," these cookies allow a website to remember choices you have made in the past, like what language you prefer, whether you have accepted our cookie policy, what region you would like weather reports for, or what your user name and password are so you can automatically log in.

4. Marketing cookies

The advertisements you see displayed on this, and other, sites are generated by third parties. These services may use their own anonymous cookies to track how many times a particular ad has been displayed to you and may track your visits to other sites where their ads are displayed. Please note that advertisers can only track visits to sites which display their ads or other content. This tracking is anonymous, meaning that they do not identify who is viewing which ads.

Tracking in this manner allows advertisers to show you ads that are more likely to be interesting to you, and also limit the number of times you see the same ad across a wide number of sites. As an example of how advertisers operate, if you recently researched holidays, adverts for holiday operators may subsequently appear on our sites.

We do not have access to, or control over, these third party cookies; nor can we view the data held by these advertisers. Online advertisers provide ways for you to opt-out of your browsing being tracked. More information about the advertisers we use, and how to opt-out, is provided below.

Youtube

We display clips from Youtube related to our Crowdfunding opportunities. You can view Youtubes's privacy policy on their website. This page also allows you to control what cookies YouTube saves on your computer.

Google

We work with Google to optimise how Google ads are displayed. You can discover how Google protects your privacy relating to ads at its privacy policy.

Cookies you may see used on konvi.app

Cookie name Default expiration time Purpose Description
_fbp 3 months Marketing cookies Facebook: to store and track visits across websites.
_ga 2 years Statistics cookies Google Analytics: to store and count pageviews.
_gat_UA-* 1 minute Statistics cookies Google Analytics: functional
_gid 1 day Statistics cookies Google Analytics: to store and count pageviews.
_iub_cs-* 1 year Preferences cookies iubenda: to store cookie consent preferences.
euconsent-v2 1 year Preferences cookies To store cookie consent preferences.
referrerReferralId 1 browser session Strictly necessary cookies Track user referrals
t_gid 1 year Marketing cookies Taboola: assigns a unique User ID that allows Taboola to recommend specific advertisements and content to this user
APISID 2 years Marketing cookies Youtube: Google Ads Optimization
HSID 2 years Marketing cookies Youtube: to provide fraud prevention
LOGIN_INFO 2 years Marketing cookies Youtube: to store and track visits across websites.
PREF 2 years Marketing cookies Youtube: to store and track visits across websites.
SAPISID 2 years Marketing cookies Youtube: Google Ads Optimization
SID 2 years Marketing cookies Youtube: to provide ad delivery or retargeting, provide fraud prevention.
SIDCC 1 year Marketing cookies Youtube: to provide ad delivery or retargeting, provide fraud prevention.
SSID 2 years Marketing cookies Youtube: to provide ad delivery or retargeting, provide fraud prevention.
VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE 1 year Strictly necessary cookies Youtube: to provide bandwidth estimations.
YSC 1 browser session Marketing cookies Youtube: to store a unique user ID.
__Secure-1PAPISID 2 years Marketing cookies Youtube: Google Ads Optimization
__Secure-1PSID 2 years Marketing cookies Youtube: to provide ad delivery or retargeting, provide fraud prevention.
__Secure-3PAPISID 2 years Marketing cookies Youtube: Google Ads Optimization
__Secure-3PSID 2 years Marketing cookies Youtube: to provide ad delivery or retargeting, provide fraud prevention.
__Secure-3PSIDCC 1 year Marketing cookies Youtube: to provide ad delivery or retargeting, provide fraud prevention.
IDE 1.5 years Marketing cookies doubleclick: serving targeted advertisements that are relevant to the user across the web.
RUL 1 year Marketing cookies doubleclick: serving targeted advertisements that are relevant to the user across the web.
variant 1 browser session Strictly necessary cookies For providing targeted content to users
cookie_consent 1 year Strictly necessary cookies For persisting cookie consent
1P_JAR 1 month Marketing cookies Google: optimize advertising, to provide ads relevant to users
NID 1 month Marketing cookies Google: to provide ad delivery or retargeting, store user preferences

Removing cookies from your device

You can delete all cookies that are already on your device by clearing the browsing history of your browser. This will remove all cookies from all websites you have visited.

Be aware though that you may also lose some saved information (e.g. saved login details, site preferences).

Managing site-specific cookies

For more detailed control over site-specific cookies, check the privacy and cookie settings in your preferred browser

Blocking cookies

You can set most modern browsers to prevent any cookies being placed on your device, but you may then have to manually adjust some preferences every time you visit a site/page. And some services and functionalities may not work properly at all (e.g. profile logging-in).

Further help

If you still have any concerns relating to our use of cookies, please contact us at support@konvi.app

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Conflict of Interest Policy

About Konvi

Konvi is a trading name of Konvi Crowdfunding Limited, an independent Crowdfunding Service Provider. Konvi Crowdfunding Limited, is an Irish company, whose registered number is 683014 and has its registered office at Office 2, 12A Lower Main Street, Lucan, Ireland.

I. GENERAL

1.1. This Konvi Policy on the Avoidance of Conflicts of Interest aims to establish the circumstances related to Konvi’s crowdfunding platform business model which cause or may cause a conflict of interest violating the interests of one or several crowdfunding project owners, as well as the requirements which should be maintained in order to avoid a conflict of interest, and instruments, which are resorted to manage conflicts of interest.

1.2. The Board of Directors of Konvi is responsible for putting a framework in place, and implementing systems, controls, and procedures to identify, escalate and manage conflicts of interest.

1.3. Notwithstanding the provisions of this policy, persons associated with Konvi may invest in projects on equal terms with other investors.

1.4. Every employee of Konvi is responsible for identifying and escalating potential conflicts of interest so that they may be appropriately managed and resolved.

1.5. In this document any reference to crowdfunding project owner, shall also be taken to include any investor in the relevant crowdfunding project.

1.6 Shareholders, managers, employees and natural or legal person linked to those shareholders, managers or employees by control as defined in point (35)(b) of Article 4(1) of Directive 2014/65/EU will be accepted as investors in Konvi crowdfunding projects offered on the Konvi crowdfunding platform. Where such a person invests in a specific crowdfunding project, Konvi shall ensure that such investments are made under the same conditions as those of other investors and that those persons do not enjoy any preferential treatment or privileged access to information.

II. CAUSING OR ABLE TO CAUSE CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

2.1. In seeking to determine potential conflicts of interest that might be able to affect the financial interests of crowdfunding project owners, Konvi has appointed a Chief Risk Officer. The CRO shall, in observance of the following minimum criteria, assess whether Konvi, or any person associated with Konvi, or any person in a control function directly or indirectly associated with Konvi is exposed to any of the situations listed below:

a. may experience a financial advantage or avoid a financial loss at the expense of the crowdfunding project owner;

b. has an interest in the result of the rendered service or in the result of a transaction concluded at the expense of the crowdfunding project owner other than the interest of the crowdfunding project owner;

c. receives or will receive from a person (other than the crowdfunding project owner) an inducement in relation to a service provided to the crowdfunding project owner, in the form of monies, goods or services, other than a standard commission or fee for that service;

d. has a financial or other incentive to favour the investment conditions of a particular project to the crowdfunding project owner which is not in the best interest of them.

2.2. Conflicts of interest relating to Konvi can be broadly described as scenarios where:

a. Konvi favours itself and related persons’ projects over the projects of other crowdfunding project owners;

b. Konvi may assess crowdfunding project owners in a biased and subjective manner, compared to individuals who have direct or indirect links with Konvi;

c. related persons may enter into crowdfunding transactions at their own expense, using the confidential information entrusted to Konvi.

2.3. Where a conflict of interest may arise, priority should be given to the interests of the crowdfunding project owner, rather than to the interests of Konvi.

III. MANAGEMENT OF CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

3.1. Konvi shall take all necessary actions to ensure that the actions taken by Konvi will be exclusively based on the best interest of the crowdfunding project owner.

3.2. In the performance of their functions, all employees of or persons related to Konvi must ascertain whether there is any conflict of interest, avoid conflicts of interest or withdraw if there are any potential situations that may cause or provoke a conflict of interest.

3.3. If a conflict of interest arises, participation in crowdfunding transactions may be rendered only if the crowdfunding project owner clearly expresses his/her consent concerning the provision of crowdfunding services.

3.4. Konvi takes measures to ensure that:

a. Konvi’s interests have no unfair advantage over the crowdfunding project owner’s interests and its actions must be compatible with the crowdfunding project owner’s interests;

b. personal, financial or other interests of Konvi, its managers, employees or other associated persons have no influence or appear to have no influence on the provision of services to the crowdfunding project owner on behalf of the Konvi;

c. the interests of one crowdfunding project owner are not preferred over those of other crowdfunding project owners.

3.5. Konvi has appointed an employee who periodically monitors and reviews the management of conflicts of interest and the effectiveness of the current procedures. The employee responsible for the management of conflicts of interest must:

a. periodically review the provisions of the Policy and ensure the compliance with the requirements of applicable laws;

b. inform the employees and related persons of Konvi, whether a conflict of interest lies in the ongoing situation, as well as advise on how such a situation should be managed;

c. perform any other action aimed at the proper and timely identification and management of conflicts of interest.

3.6. Konvi shall retain any information that would corroborate the absence of a conflict of interest, as well as documents and other information that may confirm that the crowdfunding project owner was duly informed about the relevant situation and agreed to the further provision of services by Konvi.

3.7. In the event of a conflict of interest, Konvi must inform each crowdfunding owner explicitly, clearly and against a receipt, of any conflicts of interest that may have arisen. This information can also be presented by telephone if it is being recorded and can be used as proof.

3.8. Konvi must present information to crowdfunding project owners on a durable medium and the information should be clearly understandable to them, in order to make an informed decision on potential ongoing collaboration with Konvi, with respect to which a conflict of interest may arise.

3.9. In the event where a conflict of interest arises between several crowdfunding project owners, Konvi shall coordinate the unwinding of the situation in such a way that no crowdfunding project owner would benefit preferentially over another crowdfunding project owner.

IV. BREACH OF POLICY

4.1. An employee failing to comply with the provisions of this Policy will be subject to disciplinary measures, which may include measures up to and including dismissal.

4.2. In determining the level of disciplinary measures in any particular case, the seriousness and/or frequency of an offense will be taken into account.

4.3. In addition, employees may run the risk of fines, penalties, judgments, damages, and settlements related to regulatory or legal actions against Konvi and them as individuals.

V. FINAL PROVISIONS

5.1. The Policy shall be reviewed annually.