Broktech processes personal information. In accordance with Data Protection legislation, including General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), we are advising you that any personal and/or sensitive data requested from you will be stored securely and will only be used in order to manage the contract of business,


Types of Personal Information Collected

Category 1 – Contact information, such as name, title, address, business and/or personal telephone number, and business and/or personal email address.
Category 2 – Verification information such as country of residence, country of origin/nationality, country of domicile/tax residency, tax reference number, date of birth, and occupation. Insurance application information, which may contain sensitive personal data such as medical information, remunerations, etc. where that data is required to place and service your insurance contract.
Category 3 – Finance-related information, such as the amount of insurance coverage and details of the insurance.
Category 4 – Work contact information, such as name, title, name of the business the Data Subject works for, business address, business telephone number, and business email address.
Category 5 – Data gathered by our website(s) visited by Data Subjects that pertains to Data Subjects’ usage of such website(s).


Purposes for Processing Personal Information

We use the personal information held about Data Subjects for the following purposes:
Categories 1 and 5 – To carry out our obligations arising from any agreement entered into with us by or on behalf of Data Subjects, including to contact such individuals (including with information or messages about the insurance product), and for administrative purposes.
Category 2 – To complete anti-money laundering checks, verification checks and other checks as are required by law, which, if not conducted, means that we will be unable to carry out our obligations arising under any agreement.
Category 3 – To tailor our advice and services to Data Subjects.
Category 4 – To communicate with our institutional clients and other businesses through their natural person representatives.


Disclosure of Personal Information

We do not disclose any personal information about Data Subjects to any third parties, except:
⦁ to processors who are only permitted to use it to perform services for us,
⦁ as required by law or any applicable regulatory authority, or
⦁ to protect the rights, property, or safety of our company, its clients or others.
In these cases, we may share personal information with legal advisers, (re)insurance carriers, other (re)insurance brokers, accountants, fund administrators, regulators, companies engaged to dispose of or store data including personal information, and adverse parties who have a legal right to receive such information and their counsel, experts and legal advisers.
We will take reasonably necessary steps to ensure that where personal information is shared, it is treated securely and in accordance with this notice and applicable laws.


Storage and Transfer of Personal Information

We maintain physical, electronic and procedural safeguards designed to protect Data Subjects’ personal information, prevent unlawful or unauthorised processing of personal information, and prevent unauthorized disclosure of, or accidental loss of, or damage to, such information.
We may process personal information in, and transfer personal information to, countries that may not guarantee the same level of protection for personal information as the country in which Data Subjects reside.
Personal information will also be processed by staff who work for us and operate outside the European Economic Area. This includes staff engaged in, among other things, the provision of administration and support services. All such staff are subject to appropriate confidentiality and security obligations.
We restrict access to non-public personal information about Data Subjects to those of our employees and agents who need to know the information to enable us to provide services.
We will only transfer personal information to third party service providers if they agree to comply with the physical, electronic and procedural safeguards described above, or if they put in place adequate measures themselves.


Rights of Data Subjects

Data Subjects have certain rights in relation to their personal information, including the right to be informed about the collection and use of their personal information, as outlined in this Policy.
These include, where certain conditions are met:
⦁ the right to request access to the personal information we hold about them,
⦁ the right to have inaccurate information about them amended or updated,
⦁ the right to object to processing of personal information about them,
⦁ the right to withdraw consent at any time (where relevant),
⦁ the right to have personal information about them erased or to restrict processing in certain limited situations,
⦁ the right to data portability and to request the transmission of personal information about them to another organisation,
⦁ the right to object to automated decision making that materially impacts them, direct marketing, and processing for research or statistical purposes, and
⦁ the right to lodge complaints with applicable data supervisory authorities.
We will endeavour to keep the personal information we store about Data Subjects reasonably accurate and up-to-date by enabling clients and insureds to correct it by request. Data Subjects should notify us if any of their personal information changes or if they become aware of any inaccuracies in the personal information we hold about them.
Data Subjects should use the contact information below to get more information and/or to make a formal request.
If at any time you wish to know what information we hold on you, or have any queries relating to the above, please contact our Compliance Managers:
⦁ Ms. Marie Mac:
⦁ Ms. Suzanne Chalhoub :


Changes to This Privacy Policy

We reserve the right to modify this Privacy Policy at any time and without prior notice.