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Accessing our website
At Polar Capital we are committed to making our websites usable by all people, whatever their abilities, technology or preferences. We actively work to increase the accessibility and usability of our websites and, in doing so, endeavour to adhere to accessibility guidelines such as Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) with the following features:
- Support for iOS and Android accessibility features. Regular reviews are conducted to ensure that the websites meet any new requirements.
- Compatibility with all major screen-reader software. We test using inbuilt screen-readers within Mac OS and Windows operating systems.
- Colour contrast meets WCAG 2.1 guidelines. Any newly designed components will adhere to these guidelines.
- Browser zoom support, without loss of information; Our pages are built to be fully responsive.
Our goal of continuous improvement means that we regularly review pages and documents to upgrade any content.
These pages are designed for modern web browsers but should be accessible through the majority of browsers. This includes simple text browsers and adaptive browsers. The pages may not appear the same in old browsers or browsers that do not follow internet standards, though the information should still be accessible apart from Internet Explorer which is no longer supported.
Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (PDF) Files
If you are using assistive technologies and are unable to access the contents of PDF documents, Adobe Systems, Inc., provides a free translation service through their Adobe Access web pages which will translate PDF files to web pages (HTML documents).
For pages that are not viewed directly from the internet, Adobe Access has a free downloadable accessibility plug-in for use with the latest versions of the Adobe Acrobat Reader for virtually all operating systems. This plug-in allows access to PDF documents with assistive technologies. Please visit the Adobe Access web site for further information.