Cookie Policy

(Last Updated: May 16, 2022)

Cookie Policy


This policy applies to all clients/investors/users/vendors (“users”) and those who access the Opus Fund Services (“Opus”) website (“website”) or utilize Opus services (“service”). Opus may periodically collect information from users using “cookies” across our website in order to provide better service, enhance the user experience, and track usage of our website. By accessing the Opus website, users acknowledge that they have read, understand, and agree to this cookie policy. If users do not wish to accept cookies from our website, they may disable cookies. Disabling cookies may impact the user experience.


References in this policy to “we,” “us,” or “our” should be construed as references to Opus and references to “you” and “your” are references to users.
What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files stored on a user’s device that can store information; they serve many functions, like remembering users and previous interactions, and keeping track of information when users input details. Users can control cookies within their web browser’s settings/preferences. Each browser provides a cookie management page; users can use that page to control cookies on their device.

Use of Cookies  

Opus may store some data on the computer used to access Opus websites or services. This data will be in the form of a “cookie” or similar technology. Cookies are small pieces of data stored on users’ hard drive, not on the Opus website. Opus uses cookies to provide users with an optimal experience of its website and/or services. Opus allows the user to elect to use “Essential Cookies,” a class of cookie that assists in keeping a user logged in to the service and remembers relevant data when they return to the service. Users may accept or decline the use of cookies through their web browser. Choosing to turn off the cookies for the Opus website may prevent the visitor from taking full advantage of the Opus website and/or service.


Opus’ Status on Cookies

  1. We do not accept implied consent for the use of cookies.
  2. Consent is not obtained for multiple purposes at the same time.
  3. The user has the right to withdraw consent and details to exercise their rights are provided in the Privacy Notice for Clients and Investors and Employees.
  4. Consent is obtained through the cookie banner at our website.
  5. We do not have any communications or strictly necessary exemptions for cookies.
  6. We do not process any personal data via cookies.
  7. We do not use any pre-checked boxes or sliders for cookies.
  8. We do not use a “forever” session cookie; consent is requested each time users visit our website.
  9. We do not use cookies to track the location of a user or device.
  10. There are four types of cookies. Opus does not use:
    • Strictly necessary: required for the operation of the website.
    • Functionality: used to recognize the preferences of returning users.
    • Third party: from advertising networks and exchanges.
  11. Opus only uses one type of cookie.
    • Analytical/Performance: allows us to recognize and count the number of visitors, and see how visitors move around our website when they are using it. This helps us to improve the way our website works by ensuring that users are easily finding what they are looking for.
  12. We use Google Analytics for our website to collect specific data. Google Analytics generates the reports we use from the HTTP request of the user, browser/system information, and first-party cookies (set by the website being visited). Google Analytics reports are used by the marketing team and none of the information is shared externally.
    • Number of pageviews
    • Number of users
    • Pages with the most traffic
    • Number of new users vs. returning
  13. Opus’ user data and electronic Personally Identifiable Information (“PII”) are stored via Data Storage and Accessibility Policy.


Comprehensive Information on Cookies

You may wish to visit for comprehensive information on how to disable cookies on a wide variety of browsers. For information on how to disable cookies on mobile device browsers, you will need to refer to the manufacturer’s user handbook or manual.


How to contact us? 

If you have any queries regarding how cookies are collected, stored, and used, or if you wish to exercise any of your rights, please contact our Risk Department.


Name: Chief Risk Officer/General Counsel




Phone: USA: +1 (312) 256-9974

Postal Address:

United States of America

Opus Fund Services (USA) LLC

50 South Main Street
Suite 200-207
Naperville, IL 60540



Phone: EU: (+353) 1 571- 3060

Postal Address:

European Union

Opus Fund Services (IRE-Admin) Ltd.
Enniscorthy Courthouse
Court Street,
Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford
Y21 NT97

Phone: Bermuda: +1 (312) 256-9974

Postal Address:


Opus Fund Services (Bermuda) Ltd.
4th Floor, 12 Church Street
Hamilton, HM11










All advice given or recommendations made in this document is given or are made in good faith on the basis of the information provided and otherwise generally available or known to Opus at the time of writing. No advice given or statements or recommendations made shall be in any circumstances constitute or be deemed to constitute a warranty by Opus as to the accuracy of such advice, statements or recommendations. Opus shall not be liable for any loss, expense, damage or claim arising out of the advice given or not given or statements made or omitted to be made in connection with this document.


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