Privacy Policy

Roanoke Insurance Group Inc. Privacy Policy

Privacy Statement

Our Privacy Policy and Commitment to Protecting Your Privacy

Roanoke Insurance Group Canada, Inc. (“Roanoke Canada”) values you as a customer and we thank you for your confidence in choosing our company as your insurance broker. As a policyholder, you trust us with your personal information. We respect that trust and want you to be aware of our commitment to protect the information you share with us in the course of doing business with us.

How We Use and Disclose Your Information

When you purchase insurance through us, you share personal information so that we may provide you with the products and services that best meet your needs and provide the insurance protection you have requested. In order to do this, we may use and disclose your personal information for the purposes of, amongst other things, evaluating, monitoring and assessing insurance needs, providing risk management services, underwriting, rating, binding and issuing insurance policies and providing all policy related or administrative services, including verifying information, loss control, compliance with regulatory requirements, and claims investigation, surveillance, detecting and preventing fraud, adjustment and coverage assessment. We may also disclose personal information to our affiliated companies for insurance or reinsurance purposes, and we may provide personal information for various claims services to our brokers, adjusters, repairs shops, contractors, construction companies, engineers, lawyers, accountants and others. To the extent required by law, we may also disclose personal information.

When we disclose data containing personal information to industry associations or service providers, the disclosure is subject to confidentiality requirements. As a member of a global group of companies, Roanoke Canada may disclose your personal information to its parent company or other affiliated companies, joint venture partners, employees, or service providers, some of whom may be located in jurisdictions outside of Canada, and your personal information may be subject to the laws of those foreign jurisdictions. All such persons, regardless of whether or not they are located in Canada, are required to protect the confidentiality of your personal information in a manner that is consistent with our privacy policy and practices.

All personal information collected by us is safeguarded with appropriate security measures. We will only retain personal information for as long as is necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected or as is required by law.  You have the right to access the personal information we hold about you, subject to the following (and any other reasonable or legal conditions which may be necessary), and, if the case may be, to request that the information be rectified if it is inaccurate, incomplete, ambiguous or collected in violation of the law. A request to that effect must be sent in writing to our Data Privacy Officer.   However, we are unable to provide access to such personal information in any of the following circumstances:

  • if doing so would likely reveal personal information about a third party;
  • if the information is subject to legal privilege;
  • if revealing the information would reveal confidential commercial information;
  • if revealing the information could affect the security of another person;
  • if revealing the information could compromise the investigation of a claim;
  • if the information relates to the actual or suspected breach of an insurance policy or other agreement or the breach of Canadian law; or,
  • if the information was generated in the course of a formal dispute resolution process.

Type of Personal Information We Will Collect

We collect various types of personal information, depending on the particular purpose for collection and the circumstances involved. By way of example, and without limiting the scope of personal information collected, the type of personal information we may collect includes property description(s), claims history(ies), driving record(s), financial information and medical and health information.

How We Obtain Personal Information

Most of the personal information collected by us is provided by you or other insurance brokers or adjusting firms (retained by the insurance carrier to investigate a claim or loss). Also, we obtain personal information from various third party sources as part of the underwriting process. For example, where we our affiliated insurance company’s underwrite automobile insurance, we may obtain a record of driving offences and we may also obtain claims or underwriting information from other insurance companies or insurance industry sources. Our insurance brokers are responsible for obtaining the consent of our customers with respect to the collection of such information and we and/or our brokers will infer such consent when appropriate. If an insurance broker advises Roanoke Canada that we have the customer’s consent to collect information, we rely on that representation.

We also collect personal information from a variety of sources in investigating, evaluating and adjusting claims. Personal information required for claims purposes may be obtained from us or our customers’ insurance brokers or from third party sources. We may collect such information directly or through insurance adjusters, private investigators or lawyers representing Roanoke or our insured. Consent may be obtained by us or through other brokers, an insurance adjuster, investigator or lawyer when personal information is collected for claims purposes. Consent may not be obtained with respect to the collection of certain publicly available information. If information is collected with respect to an investigation involving the suspected breach of an insurance policy (or other agreement), or breach of applicable law, then consent may not be obtained. In some cases, we or our broker will infer such consent when appropriate.

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When Your Consent Is Not Required

Knowledge and consent for the collection, use and disclosure of personal information are not required in many circumstances, such as:

  • When Roanoke Canada discloses personal information to an approved investigative body;
  • When Roanoke Canada believes that the information relates to the breach of an insurance policy or other agreement and it would compromise the availability of the personal information relating to that breach;
  • When Roanoke Canada believes that the information relates to the contravention of any applicable law, including the detection and prevention of fraud;
  • For compliance with summons to witness, search warrants or other judicial or governmental order(s);
  • When legal, medical or security reasons may make it impossible or impractical to seek consent;
  • When Roanoke Canada is under a public requirement to disclose personal information to appropriate authorities in matters of significant public interest;
  • Where the individual in respect of whom the personal information relates, is a minor, seriously ill or mentally incapacitated and seeking consent is neither possible nor appropriate;
  • Where the personal information is publicly available and is specified by the regulations; or
  • When Roanoke Canada is required by law to disclose the information.

What We Will Not Do with Your Information

We do not sell customer information to anyone. Nor do we share customer information with organizations outside of our associated companies.

We Strive to Protect Your Personal Information

All employees, agents, independent brokers and suppliers who are granted access to customer information understand the need to keep this information protected and confidential. They know they are to use the information only for the purposes intended. This expectation is clearly communicated and reinforced.

We have also established physical and systems safeguards, along with the proper processes, to protect customer information from unauthorized access or use.

Your Privacy Choices

On reasonable notice to us, you may withdraw your implied consent at any time (subject to legal or contractual obligation) by contacting our Data Privacy Officer. Please be aware that withdrawing your consent may prevent us from providing you with the requested product or service.


Roanoke Canada may amend this privacy policy from time-to-time at its discretion. Its current version is always available on our website.

If You Need More Information

For more information about our privacy policies and procedures, please contact the Roanoke Canada Data Privacy Officer as follows:

In writing:

Glenn Patton c/o Data Privacy Officer
Roanoke Insurance Group Canada, Inc.

Munich Re Centre
390 Bay Street, 22nd Floor
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
M5H 2Y2

By email:

By phone: +1 (847) 969-8316 or toll-free at +1 800 ROANOKE

Munich Re Group affiliated companies in Canada:

  • Temple Insurance Company
  • Munich Reinsurance Company of Canada
  • Munich-Canada Management Corporation
  • Munich Holdings Ltd.
  • Munich Life Management Corporation
  • Munich Reinsurance Company (Life) (Canada Branch)
  • Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company of Canada
  • Munich Reinsurance Company of America (Canada Branch)


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