HERON ADVISORY informs the visitors of its institutional web site – – ​​that it provides for the protection of personal data in compliance with current privacy regulations (Code regarding the protection of personal data – Legislative Decree no. 196 / 2003).

The information is provided only for the HERON ADVISORY site and not for other websites that may be reached by users via links appearing on the web site

No personal data is collected by the site unless knowingly provided by the user. In fact, cookies are not used to transfer personal information; cookies are used in an aggregate way and are not able to lead back to the visitor’s identity, they allow to observe the browsing habits of our users in order to improve the service offered and make browsing on the site safer and more efficient.

The voluntary and explicit sending of e-mails to the addresses displayed in the different access channels of this site and the filling in of specifically prepared contact / information request forms entail the subsequent acquisition of the address and data of the sender / user, necessary to respond to the instances produced and / or to provide the requested service.

Data will be processed both on paper and digitally and collected at HERON ADVISORY by accepting  the online forms; The forms received will be stored with care and in accordance with the provisions of the data protection law;

Collected data will not be disseminated nor disclosed to third parties. They will be processed by internal staff appointed by HERON ADVISORY

Finally, we remind you that at any time you can exercise your rights under art. 7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 by contacting the data controller, (“titolare de trattamento”) by HERON ADVISORY Via M. Piovesana 115, 31015 – Conegliano (TV), or by writing to


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These are technical cookies and allow the site to function properly. For example, they keep the user connected while browsing, preventing the site from requesting to log in several times to access subsequent pages.

Preference Storage activities
These cookies store the preferences selected by the user while browsing, for example, they allow you to set the language ecc.

Statistical and Audience Measurement activities
These cookies help us to understand, through data collected in anonymous and aggregate form, how users interact with our websites by providing us with information relating to the sections visited, the time spent on the site, any malfunctions. This helps us to improve the performance of our websites.


We make use of various suppliers who can in turn install cookies for the proper functioning of the services we are providing. If you would like information about these third-party cookies and how to disable them, please access the links in the tables below.

Furthermore, by accessing the page it is possible to find out about behavioral advertising as well as deactivate or activate the companies listed and who work with website managers to collect and use information for advertising purposes.


These cookies (third party web services) provide anonymous/aggregate information on how visitors navigate on the site. Below are the links to the respective cookie policy pages.


These third-party cookies are used to integrate some common features of the main social media and provide them within the site. In particular, they allow registration and authentication on the site via facebook and google connect, the sharing and comments of pages of the site on social networks, enable the “like” on Facebook and “+1” on G + features.

You can disable the use of social media sharing cookies through the links below.

G +:

How to control cookies?
You can control cookies by changing the preferences of your Internet browser. It is possible to accept all cookies, only some, or reject them all. If the user decides to block all cookies (even essential ones) it may be impossible to access areas of the site or use the services offered.

Disabling cookies:
Internet Explorer 8.0+:
Click on “Tools” in the menu bar and select “Internet Options”
Click on the “Privacy” tab at the top
Drag the slider up to “Block all cookies”

Firefox 4.0+:
Click on “Tools” in the menu bar
Select “Options”
Click on the “Privacy” tab
Check the box “Enable the anti-tracking of personal data”

Click on the “Chrome menu” in the browser toolbar
Select “Settings”
Click on “Show advanced settings”
In the Privacy section, click on the “Content Settings” button
In the “Cookies” section, select “Ignore exceptions and block the setting of third-party cookies”

Safari 5.0:
Click on the Safari menu and select “Preferences”
Click on the “Security” tab
In the “Accept cookies” section specify whether to accept cookies always, never or only from the sites visited. For an explanation of the different options click on the Help button in the shape of a question mark. If Safari is set to block cookies, it may be necessary to temporarily accept them to open the page. Then repeat the above steps and select “Always”.

Once you have finished using the guide, deactivate the cookies again and delete them. For specific information on cookies and their control, you can visit the website in English