- Aug17By PTI
In a bid to encourage more farmers to insure their milch cows and buffaloes, the Centre is discussing with insurance firms to bring down the premium to 1 per cent under the existing livestock insurance scheme.
- Aug14By PTI
New business premiums of life insurance companies saw a 4 per cent rise to Rs 13,854.44 crore in July 2016 as against Rs 13,319.97-crore premium collected in the same month last year.
Insurance firms have quoted even lower than the government’s threshold limit of 2 per cent premium to insure crops in states like Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, while it is as
Insurance regulator Irdai has asked banks/NBFCs to have a system that should proactively detect and discourage misselling/forced selling/wrong selling of insurance policies.
The insurance regulatory and development authority of
In its new investment regulations, the insurance regulatory and development authority of India (Irdai) has, for the first time, allowed insurance companies to raise funds by issuing non-convertible debentures (NCDs)
While the government has announced a railway insurance cover of Rs 10 lakh at 92 paise that will insure you against accidents during your train journey, there are several exclusions
Giving emphasis on innovation, the insurance regulatory and development authority of India (Irdai) has allowed filing of “pilot products” for market testing under its new regulations for health insurance segment.
First year insurance premiums in the life insurance space grew by 33 per cent in value terms in the first three months of FY17, while they registered a marginal growth
In a move that would pinch the pockets of crores of health insurance policyholders, especially the senior citizens, the insurance regulator would soon be allowing insurers to change pricing every year. Till now, insurers could revise the pricing once in a block of three years.
- Jul03By PTI
Regulator Irdai has asked insurance companies to file details of their business in the rural and social sectors, a move aimed at checking if they are fulfilling their obligations in these two areas.
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