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Here's how you can reduce your health premium outgo

Some companies like Bajaj Allianz, Max Bupa and Reliance General recently introduced several flexible features in their products that will help customers to cut down on the premium outgo. For example, Reliance General and Bajaj Allianz have ... Economic Times, 3 weeks ago

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Allianz may not increase stake in JVs soon: Bajaj

In spite of an increase in the FDI limit in insurance in the recent Budget, the Allianz Group of Germany, which operates in India through two joint ventures with the Bajaj Group, is unlikely to take any final decision immediately, said Rahul Bajaj, ...
 Financial Express1 month ago Bajaj Finserv's income growth makes it a good buy  Economic Times1 month ago Upgrade Bajaj Finserv to buy: Kotak Institutional Equities  Financial Express1 month ago Bajaj Finserv net up 14% at Rs 319 crore  Sify1 month ago
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Private general insurers market share inch up to 44% in FY14

Some of the private sector non-life insurers, who gained market share during the year include Bajaj Allianz, HDFC Ergo, SBI General, Reliance General and Bharti Axa. MUMBAI: Private sectorgeneral insurers gained their combined market share to 44 per cent in ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Pvt general insurers market share inch up to 44% in FY14  Business Standard India2 months ago

ICICI Lombard, Bajaj Allianz General, Tata AIG General Insurance offer plans for students studying abroad

& Divya Sathyanarayanan , ET Bureau | 20 Jun, 2014, 01.41AM IST Post a Comment Until few years ago, Indian companies provided bare-bone medical and travel insurance. Universities abroad demand much more, and students often had to buy insurance plans from ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Students studying abroad can get covered for bail bonds, drug, alcohol rehabilitation, abortion and even a suicide attempt  Economic Times2 months ago

Don't buy Ulips online just because they are cheaper

Life insurers like HDFC Life, Aviva India and Bajaj Allianz have started focusing heavily on the online platform for selling Ulips ( ), promoting them as low-cost products, in the last few months. According to insurance companies, these policies ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago is a Whole New Life to Insurance Aggregation in India  AndhraNews.net1 week ago
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Bajaj Allianz JVs get ready for 49% FDI, JVs remain profitable in Apr-June Qtr

Pune: Bajaj Finserv will sell part of its stake in its life and non-life insurance joint ventures to its foreign partner Allianz once the insurance Act is amended. The company has said that amendments to the Act would be a positive for the ...
 Asia Insurance Post1 month ago India: Bajaj Finserv to sell part of its stake in insurance business  Business Insurance1 month ago Bajaj Finserv ready to sell stakes in insurance business  Times of India1 month ago

Why home insurance premiums don't shoot up often

CHENNAI: Though cities like Chennai recently witnessed buildings getting damaged in fire, general insurers are not keen on revising premium rates upwards. While there is a subsequent hike in premiums in the following year if the insurer has ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago India: Health insurers add perks to medical insurance plans  Asian Insurance Directory1 month ago Health insurers widen cover with feature-rich policies  Hindu Business Line1 month ago Bank lockers don't have insurance cover  Times of India1 month ago
Silicon India

NRIs Demand For Insurance Cover For Their Property In India

BANGALORE: Real estate has been one profitable investment option for non-residential Indians. Whether the market is hot or not, many NRIs like to have a place in India. NRI's have no restrictions on the number of residential as well as commercial ...
 Silicon India1 month ago Demand from NRIs for cover in India set to rise: General insurers  Smart Investor1 month ago Non-life insurers see demand for NRIs for services to property, dependents in India  Business Standard India1 month ago

Insurers welcome move to introduce three-year insurance policy for motorcycles

CHENNAI: General insurers have welcomed the move by the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) to introduce third party motorcycle insurance policy for a period of three years. However, the policy has to be renewed every year in ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago India: Private-sector insurance players gain market share  Asian Insurance Directory1 month ago India: Private sector general insurers gain market share  Business Insurance1 month ago

Private non-life insurers beaten by public firms

A strong investment income and higher premium income has helped the four state-owned non-life insurance companies report better profit numbers than their private counterparts during the quarter ended June 30, 2014. National Insurance Company ...
 Financial Chronicle1 week ago Non-life insurance premium up 8 pc in May at Rs 6,118 crore  Business Standard India1 month ago Non-Life Insurance Premium Up 8 Per Cent In May At Rs 6,118 Crore  Silicon India1 month ago Non-life insurance premium up 8% in May at Rs 6,118cr  Moneycontrol.com1 month ago
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