All data you provide to Helvetia is treated confidentially and in accordance with the current data protection legislation – this includes, in particular, the collection, storage, use, provision and deletion of your data.
The term personal data (hereinafter referred to as "personal data" or "data") covers all information referring to an identified or identifiable natural person (hereinafter referred to as "data subject") (e.g. name, e-mail address, telephone number, etc.).
(together referred to hereinafter as "Helvetia")
In particular, this also refers to the following websites and their contents:
These websites may contain links to websites from other providers (e.g. as part of social plugins) which this information on data protection and thus the data protection guaranteed by Helvetia does not cover.
You can visit Helvetia's websites anonymously without having to provide any personal data. To do so, you need to deactivate the tracking function in your browser. In any case, your IP address is only processed in a pseudonymized form.
Personal data will only be processed if you provide them in one of applications on the website (e.g. through a contact form, a request for a quote, a quotation, a premium calculator, concluding a contract online, a claim notification, live chats, a competition, etc.). This personal data will not be transmitted or provided to third-parties for any other purposes.
If data are processed by a third-party when visiting a Helvetia website, these are always anonymized, and no reference to individual persons can be made. You will find an overview of third-parties in this context in the section Integration of third-party services.
The data you transmit to Helvetia via Helvetia websites are transferred in an encrypted format. However, Helvetia will not be held liable for any damage, which you may incur, from the loss or manipulation of data. Please therefore ensure that your system is secured at all times by an appropriate means of protection (e.g. virus protection) and that your systems and browsers are up to date.
Among other rights, you have the right to request information about your personal data processed by Helvetia and, under certain conditions, to have these personal data rectified, transferred to you, blocked or erased.
For questions about data privacy and your rights, please contact Helvetia's Data Protection Office.
Legal & Compliance
Data Protection Office
St. Alban Anlage 26
Tel.: +41 58 280 50 00
(Last updated in March 2019)