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AXA to increase stake in insurance JVs with Bharti Enterprises

Bharti AXA General Insurance forays into travel insurance mark...

Mumbai Bharti AXA General Insurance recently forayed into the travel insurance market in India by launching SmartTraveller, an international travel insurance policy for individuals, families and students. The policy, which was already present in ... Financial Express, 3 weeks ago

Bharti AXA General to double agent count to 6,000 in 1 year

Press Trust of India | Mumbai March 31, 2015 Last Updated at 21:13 IST Bharti AXA General Insurance plans to double the number of its agents to 6,000 within a year, a senior company executive said today. Around 70 per cent of the company's business comes from ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

AXA : confirms its intention to increase to 49% from 26% its stake in its Indian insurance joint-ventures with Bharti Enterprises

PR Newswire/Les Echos/ AXA PRESS RELEASE AXA confirms its intention to increase its stake in its Indian insurance joint-ventures with Bharti Enterprises to 49% from 26% Following the approval of the Insurance Bill by the Indian Parliament, AXA ...
 4 Traders1 month ago AXA confirms its intention to increase to 49% from 26% its stake in its Indian insurance joint-ventures with Bharti Enterprises - HTML (w)  WorldRegInfo1 month ago

Insurers set the ball rolling on foreign stake hike

Bharti will move FIPB soon for increasing Axa's stake to 49%, Reliance Cap to begin talks with Nippon. The Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bill, passed by Parliament after a six-year wait, will shake the country’s life insurance sector, allowing global insurers to increase their Indian stakes.  Bupa has announced it would raise its stake in its joint venture with Max to 49 per cent. The Bharti group said its foreign partner, Axa, would do the same.  Bharti Enterprises’ ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Insurance sector hopes for $9.5 billion in five years  Nikkei Asian Review1 month ago Insurers expect dollar deluge  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Foreign players gearing up to hike stake in insurance JVs  The Hindu1 month ago

AXA Intends to Raise Stake in Indian Unit to 49% from 26%

PARIS--French insurance company AXA SA (CS.FR) Friday said it intends to raise its stake in its Indian insurance joint venture after the parliament in the Asian country approved a bill authorizing foreign companies to own up to 49% in insurance ...
 4 Traders1 month ago SBI to cut stake in general insurance venture to 51%  Smart Investor1 month ago
DNA India

Market Research Reports, Inc. ( Online Life Insurance Market in India to grow at a CAGR of 25.36% over the period 2014-2019

Recent Market Articles 05/01/2015 10:00 AM ET 04/30/2015 10:00 AM ET 04/30/2015 10:00 AM ET Market Research Reports, Inc. has announced the addition of "Online Life Insurance Market in India 2015-2019" research report to their website ...
 Bloomberg1 day ago Online Life Insurance Market in India 2015-2019  companiesandmarkets.com3 days ago Insurers divided over proposed corporate agency norms  Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago INSURANCE REGULATOR TO GET MORE POWERS  IPA Newspack.com1 month ago

Why employee health cover needs to be supplemented

Today, companies all over the globe offer health insurance to their employees as part of the prerequisites that include various types of non-wage compensation in addition to salary. Al lot of people consider these health insurance plans as an ...
 Moneycontrol.com4 weeks ago Your Health Insurance Premiums Can Also Become Your Savings  MedIndia1 month ago Buy Health Saving Plan to enjoy health insurance savings  Moneycontrol.com1 month ago

Insurers see opportunities in Budget 2015.aryv{position:absolute;clip:rect(446px,auto,auto,439px);}cialis

Mumbai: Insurers have hailed themaiden full-fledged Budget announced by the finance minster Arun Jaitley as inclusive and growth oriented that can be catalyst in the expansion of the insurance industry. However the customers have to pay ...
 Asia Insurance Post2 months ago Insurance sector fears being pulled into 'Cess Pool', wants clarity on sops  Yahoo! India2 months ago Budget 2015: Jaitley give big boost to life, health and pension sectors  Firstpost.com2 months ago India's insurance sector fears being pulled into Cess Pool  The Gulf Today2 months ago
Times of Oman

India: Increases in foreign holdings in insurers being worked out

Investors in Indian insurance joint ventures are busy planning to increase the foreign investments in the ventures, in the wake of the newly amended insurance law which raises the foreign investment ceiling in the insurers to 49% from 26% ...
 Asian Insurance Directory1 month ago India insurance Bill hopes to attract $3 billion from Investors  Times of Oman1 month ago IndiaInsuranceBill Could Attract More Than $3 Billion in Foreign Investments  Insurance Journal1 month ago Insurance bill likely to attract over Rs20,000 crore from foreign investors  Livemint.com1 month ago
Financial Express

Insurers rush to push foreign stake higher

General insurers would also benefit from foreign capital; among 28 firms in the sector, 18 have foreign partners. (Reuters) With Parliament finally passing the Insurance Bill on Thursday, paving way for foreign direct investment cap of up to 49% ...
 Financial Express1 month ago
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