Insurance secrecy laws in Liechtenstein and Switzerland are comparable to their world famous banking secrecy laws. Liechtenstein, for example, has had specific asset protection laws since 1926. This means that no information is provided to any third party (natural person or legal entity).
Insurance companies are forbidden to disclose any information on the policies they issue to investigators without a court order or other legal process being brought before a Liechtenstein court (and being successful). The only time privacy protection may not be available is in the event of a successful criminal investigation after the necessary legal actions have been taken.