Banqsoft’s website use “cookies,” to give you a better experience

Banqsoft’s website use “cookies,” to give you a better experience. Cookies can be used to provide information based on your browsing history at Banqsoft website. Banqsoft uses cookies for traffic measurement, for optimization of the homepages and for marketing purposes.

A cookie is a short data file that a website can send to your browser, which your browser may then store on your system to tailor the communication between you and Banqsoft.

Banqsoft reserves the right to use cookies.  You may block or manage cookies in the settings of your web browser. Note that blocking cookies might stop our website from functioning properly.

Different web browsers can use different methods of handling cookies. Click on the links below to the web browsers you want instructions from to configure your browser settings *.

Microsoft Internet Explorer

Google Chrome


Mozilla Firefox

* The links above will lead you directly to the provider of the specified web browser. The instructions may be regularly updated.

If you want to prevent your data being sent from this website to Google Analytics, you can download a browser add-on here.

The lawfulness of processing is based upon the General Data Protection Regulation Article 6, paragraph 1 (f), which allows us to process the information necessary to safeguard a legitimate interest, which weighs heavier than the consideration of the individual's privacy. The legitimate interest is to get services on this website to function properly.

If you have any inquiries about cookies at feel free to contact the web editor at


Sharing of Data

The information we collect about the traffic on our homepages may be shared within Banqsoft in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Poland, with our owners KMD AS and our marketing partner Markedssjefene AS.

How to Contact Us

If you have comments, questions or concerns about this Privacy Statement, you may e-mail our Data Protection Officer at:

If you would like to contact our Data Protection Officer by writing a letter, the address is Østensjøveien 32, 0667 Oslo. Please mark the letter: “Data Protection Officer”.


Complaint Mechanisms

You have the right to file a complaint regarding concerns about how your personal data is being processed with the Data Protection Authorities to the Norwegian Data Protection Authority, post box 458 Sentrum, 0105 Oslo.