Cookie Policy

Winthrop Capital Management uses cookies to bring you a user-friendly website experience and effective email communications. In general, our cookies recognize you when you return to our website or interact with our marketing emails and help us understand what you find most interesting and useful. Specifically, when you visit Winthrop’s website, we or our third-party service providers may collect a variety of information about you, including: your computer or device type; the internet protocol (IP) address used to access our site; browser type and version; date and time of your visit; pages you view; links you click; and searches you conduct. We also may use similar tracking technologies in emails that we or our third parties send to you. Cookies help us to improve our website design and functionality, to enhance our ability to serve you and to tailor our communications to you regarding our products and services.


Cookies are small files of letters and numbers that are stored on your internet device when you visit websites or interact with emails. Cookies contain information that is transferred to or read on your device. Cookies are used to distinguish you from other users and collect information on your activities. This helps us to provide you with a useful experience and also allows us to improve our online services. You can find more information about cookies at: All About Cookies and Your Online Choices.


There are two main types of cookies:

Cookies can also be either first-party or third-party cookies. This depends on which website the cookie comes from. First-party cookies are those set by the website owner. All other cookies are third-party cookies.


We use session, persistent, first-party and third-party cookies to tell us, in general terms, how and when pages on our website are visited and our emails are opened and read. In broad terms, we use cookies on our website for the following purposes:


The third-party links provided on our website may also use cookies that we do not control. You should check the relevant website’s cookie policy for more information on their use of cookies and tracking information.


The web browsers of most internet devices are initially set up to accept cookies. If you are concerned about having cookies on your computer or other device, you can set your web browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being set, allowing you to decide whether to accept it. You can also delete cookies from your device. The help feature on most web browsers will tell you how to prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, how to receive notice when a new cookie is set, and how to disable cookies altogether. For further information about deleting or blocking cookies, please visit About Cookies / Manage Cookies to find out how to disable and delete cookies. If you choose to block or delete cookies, our website may not operate optimally.