Cookie Policy and Control

This page was last updated on 01/08/2020. Whenever this policy is changed in a material way, you will be asked to renew your cookie consent.

We, Baker Tilly International Limited ("Baker Tillly") and each of our member firms ("Baker Tillly Affiliate/s"), through our global website, and each of our local sites use cookies. These cookies help to ensure that our websites are secure and work properly, and if you consent so, it will help us to improve your experience across our websites by, for example, offering better web services or sending you personalized information about our products and services.

What are cookies?

Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information, which are downloaded to your computer or mobile device by websites that you visit. They can improve your experience of using a website by, for example, remembering your preference settings and tracking your use of a website so that it can be improved to meet your needs. Most of our cookies only collect anonymous information. However, we or the other companies we use for cookies (listed below), collect information such as login details and IP addresses that in some countries is considered personal data. We take your privacy seriously and would like you to understand how we process your personal data as per our Privacy Notice.


What is the difference between a 'persistent' and a 'session' cookie?

Persistent Cookie

Session Cookie

These cookies remain on your device between browsing sessions. They are activated each time you visit the website.

These cookies allow for website operators to link your actions during a browsing session. A browsing session starts when you open your browser window and finishes when you close the browser window. These cookies are created temporarily. Once you close your browser, all cookies are deleted.


What is the difference between a 'first party cookie' and a 'third party cookie'?

First Party Cookie

Third Party Cookie

These cookies are stored by us directly. They allow our website to collect information on the visitors that visit our website.

These cookies are created by other websites (for example including websites like Facebook and Google) that you may have used.


What cookies do we use?

We know that understanding cookies, their uses and how these uses affect your online experience can be challenging. We want to make this as simple as possible for you. Below, you will find a summary of the purposes for which we use cookies followed by a complete cookie list in a table below.

Strictly Necessary Cookies

Strictly necessary cookies are used for security, or to enable the website to function – without these cookies you will not be able to use our websites.

Analytical Cookies

Cookies that can tell us how users interact with our website, to help us improve. For these cookies, you will allow the companies we use (e.g. Google) to see data such your IP address, but we will not see this information.

If you accept these cookies, we will be able to analyse anonymous interactions such as:

  • The sources from which you access our website
  • General online behaviour and interactions with our websites e.g. user clicks and number of website visits
  • General user preferences such as popular keyword searches and advert clicks


This Cookie is Strictly Necessary



Type of Data

Persistent or Session?


(First Party Cookie)


This cookie is used to store the status of your consent for cookies that you provide when first using our website or when updating your consent from time to time.

A "true" or "false" value to remember your choice

Persistent: 15 years



This Cookie is used to track and measure your activities and interactions on our website



Type of Data

Persistent or Session?





(Third party cookies)


This cookie collects anonymised information on how our website is used so we can see the number of visitors and how they move around our website when they are using it. This helps us to improve the way the website works, for example, by ensuring that people visiting our website find what they are looking for easily.

Behavioural data that would not allow a person to be identified


_ga => expires in 2 years

_gid => expires in 24 hours

_gat => expires in 1 minute



([Third/First] Part Cookie])

This cookie collects information about the visitors that use the website and collects information on any advertising information the visitor may have seen before visiting our website. The information collected includes statistics on how many times visitors who clicked on the ads ended up taking an action on another site (e.g., making a purchase).

IP address, log-in details and behavioural data

Persistent: expires in 30 days


Can I withdraw my consent or manage my cookies?

You can withdraw your consent to our cookies at any time by contacting your data controller here  

Consent for Baker Tilly's cookies will last according to the timeframes you have seen in the table above. We will ask you to renew your cookie consent once it expires.

You can also manage your cookies from your browser settings. You can find more information on how to do this here:


This website uses cookies

We use cookies on our website to make your browsing experience better and to continually improve our website. To find out what cookies are, which ones we use and why, please see our cookie policy statement. If you continue to use our website, we will assume that you are happy with the cookies we use. You can manage your cookie preferences at any time through your chosen browser settings.