Greenval Insurance DAC Cookies Policy

Greenval Cookies Policy

The company Greenval Insurance DAC (“Greenval”) is committed to delivering the best possible service to you and we wish to maintain the confidence that you place in us. We would like to provide you with clear information about how we use and store cookies from our website and/or our mobile application on your device.  

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text, image or software files that are placed and stored on your computer, your smartphone or all other devices used for accessing the internet when you visit our website and/or use our application. The term “cookie” used in this policy should be understood broadly and can also refer to alternative technologies used to store information on your device (such as Flash cookies, fingerprinting, invisible pixels, HTML5 localStorage, tokens etc.), depending on which device you are using.

Cookies are very useful and enable an internet site to recognise you, log when you visit a particular page, provide a secure connection to a website and enhance your user experience by improving your experience of a website, securing your connection and/or adapting the content of a page to your areas of interest.

The information stored by the cookies on your computer, during a limited period of validity, may relate to the particular webpages you have visited on that computer; advertisements you have clicked on; the type of browser you use; your IP address; and the information you have provided to a website (the use of the cookie meaning that you avoid having to provide the information again).


Types of cookies installed by the Site

1. Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies are essential for the proper functioning of the website or the application and cannot be deactivated from our systems. They are usually only activated in response to actions you perform that match a service request, such as setting up your privacy preferences, logging in, or filling out forms.

Strictly necessary cookies expire after 365 days.

2. Functional cookies

These cookies store your personal preferences. They collect information about your choices and preferences and allow our site to be customized by remembering the parameters you chose. They are used to make your web experience as user-friendly as possible.

If you deactivate these cookies, you may not be able to set up your preferences or will have to set them again each time you visit our website or use our application.

Functional cookies expire after 365 days.

3. Performance cookies

In order to customise our website or our application to the requirements of our visitors, we measure the number of visits, the number of pages viewed, the activity of the visitors on the website and how often visitors return. These cookies enable traffic analysis statistics to be compiled. From this analysis, the contents of the website can be developed and improved to enhance user experience.

If you deactivate these cookies, we will not be able to analyse your behavior on the website or the application; consequently, we might not be able to customise content for you.

Performance cookies expire after 365 days.

4. Targeting cookies

These cookies can be activated on our website by our advertising partners. They can be used by these companies to create profiles on your interests, and to offer you targeted advertising on other sites. They only work by identifying your browser and device.

Please note: preventing the installation of advertisers on your computer will not remove all advertisements from websites you visit. Your refusal to accept these cookies will only prevent the customisation of such advertisements to your areas of interest as deducted from your browsing history. 

Targeting cookies expire after 365 days.

5. Social media cookies

These cookies are associated with a domain name different from that of the page where the cookie is encountered. Third-party cookies are placed by a page object (an ad, for example) originating from a domain other than the one hosting the page. Most websites contain content originating from different sources (and therefore, different domains).

These cookies can be used by third-parties to:

  • provide us with services (such as Google Analytics services) allowing us to optimise our Website and/or Application; or
  • allow you to access content from third parties.

This can result in these third-party providers storing additional cookies on your device on which we have no control. In addition, these third-party providers might use the data stored in the related cookies for their own processing purposes we have no control over.

Consequently, we strongly recommend that you check the websites of any such third parties and their privacy policies for more information about their cookies and how you can manage them.

Facebook’s cookies policy

Twitter’s cookies policy

Linkedin’s cookies policy

Google’s cookies policy and Google Analytics’ cookies policy

6. How can you manage cookies?

To provide your express consent for us to use certain categories of cookies as outlined in this Cookies Policy, you can tick the optional boxes provided in our cookies preferences tool which you can access anytime :

Cookie Settings



Use of social networks by the website users

Our Website contains elements provided by third parties (social networks buttons) which enable Internet users to share, through social networks, contents of our website or their opinions or to login into our  website and/or our application by connecting through your social network account.

This is particularly the case for “Share”, “Like”, “g+1”, “Tweeter”, from social network such as “Facebook”, “Google+”, “Twitter”, etc. . When you visit the website and/or use the application, these third parties may place cookies on your device and receives related information, including device information and information about your activity, without any further action from you. This occurs whether or not you have a social network account or are logged in.

We invite you to familiarise yourself with the social privacy policy of these social networks to become aware of the purposes for which your data may be used, in particular for a commercial purpose, internet browser information that can be collected with these buttons.

Facebook’s cookies policy

Twitter’s cookies policy

Linkedin’s cookies policy


Your choice about cookies

The placing of cookies on your device is subject to your consent.

Most of the cookies we place are used to improve your browsing experience of our Website and/or Application. As a default, most browsers are set to accept cookies. However, if you do not wish to consent to cookies being stored on your device, you are able to

  • use the  to select specific categories of cookies you want to allow or block; or

  • block all cookies by changing your browser settings. If you decide to block all of the cookies using your internet browser, you will only be able to visit the public areas of our Website and/or Application and will no longer have access to any secure areas.

By giving your consent to the use of cookies on our Website and/or Application, you allow us to set cookies on your device. You will always be able to change your mind by rejecting cookies from being set on your device or updating your preferences.

In selecting which cookie(s) you are allowing on your device, please note that the cookies used on our Website and/or Application can originate from us or from third parties (those are generally related to analytics functionalities or social media platform integrations). From a practical point of view, this means that when you allow third party-cookies to be placed on your device, said third-party might have access to certain information about you (such as, for instance, your browsing statistics when you are allowing third-party analytics cookies).

Other ways you can control which cookies are placed on your device

You may also, depending on the type of browser you have, configure your settings to block on certain types of cookies, or cookies from certain sources, or to notify you each time a new cookie is about to be stored on your computer, so you can then accept or reject it.


For details on what your browser offers and how to configure your browser according to your choices, please go to the “Help” menu or other dedicated section of your internet browser.  By way of example:

Internet Explorer 






For mobile devices, you can check the following links:

Windows Phone 

Please note : If your computer is used by more than one person or has multiple internet browsers, it is possible that some of your choices relating to cookies may not be permanent because you are either using a different browser or a third party has changed the settings of your browser.  We are unable to prevent these external factors and therefore cannot guarantee the permanence of the choices you make.


Right to access data and right to oppose

Through the use of cookies, we process information about you for the purposes accessible through the link in the “Cookies placed by us” section (i.e. ensuring the proper functioning of the Website or Application, monitoring your use thereof, keeping statistics about your use of the Website, ensuring security, displaying and optimizing advertising content, remembering your choices and preferences). Such information constitutes personal data, protected under the applicable data protection legislation.

For more information about how we process your personal data in this context and an explanation of your rights (including a right of access, rectification, objection to direct marketing and a right to set guidelines with regards to the use of your personal data after your death, as well as, in certain circumstances, a right of erasure, restriction of processing, data portability and a right to object to other forms of processing) and our obligations in that respect, please consult our Data Protection Notice available at policy

Under the law, you have a right to request a copy of the personal information Arval holds about you, including that collected by cookies.

You also have the right to oppose the storage of cookies on your computer.  Please address your requests and questions about it to and join a copy of the cookie set on your device.

You also have a right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority: The Data Protection Commissioner, 21 Fitzwilliam Square South, Dublin 2, D02 RD28. See   

You can oppose to the installation of statistical cookies by changing your cookie settings, activating the incognito mode (browse in private) or the “Do Not Track” browser setting. With respect to “Google Analytics” cookies, you can oppose this kind of cookies by using the tool provided by Google and available at