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Max India, Reliance Cap Soar on Hopes of Insurance Bill Getting Passed
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Indian parliament passes Insurance Bill

The upper house of the Indian parliament, Rajya Sabha, has passed a bill which will raise the foreign direct investment (FDI) cap in the insurance sector to 49 percent from 26 percent. The new cap could increase the appeal of the Indian insurance ... Intelligent Insurer, 2 weeks ago
Parliament Business is of Paramount Importance New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago

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AIA Lauds India's Raising of Foreign Direct Investment to 49%

The American Insurance Association praised India's Parliament for passing a bill that raises the limit of foreign insurers' ownership of Indian property/casualty insurers to 49% from 26%. The AIA said passage of the Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bill ...
 Individual.com2 weeks ago 'Indian management control' clause still grey area for insurers  Rediff.com1 week ago
Hindustan Times

FDI hike in insurance sector set to create thousands of jobs

With the Parliament ratifying the new 49% cap for foreign direct investment (FDI) in insurance from 26%, the placement market has been galvanised, with the industry set to add as many as 1,18,000 new jobs in 2015.
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Government sets rules to raise FDI cap in insurance to 49 per cent  India Today3 weeks ago CENTRE SETS RULES TO RAISE FDI CAP IN INSURANCE TO 49%  4 Traders3 weeks ago
Financial Express


NEW DELHI: With Parliament finally passing the Insurance Bill on Thursday, paving way for foreign direct investment cap of up to 49% from the earlier 26%, domestic companies having joint ventures with foreign players have already started chalking ...
 IPA Newspack.com2 weeks ago

New Law To Enable Doubling Insurance Penetration By 2020

CHENNAI: The passage of the insurance bill by parliament allowing increase in foreign direct investment (FDI) to 49 percent and other provisions is expected to nearly double insurance penetration in five years time, said a top official of life ...
 Silicon India2 weeks ago 'New law to enable doubling insurance penetration by 2020'  SME Times2 weeks ago Insurance for all should become a reality  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Graft a stumbling block to FDI: MPs

PARLIAMENT says corruption is the key stumbling block to the attraction of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) among many other problems stifling national development. Presenting a report on FDI, the Foreign Affairs Portfolio Committee Chairperson, ...
 New Zimbabwe.com2 weeks ago Graft a Stumbling Block to FDI - MPs  Individual.com2 weeks ago

Mauritius FDI source for India during Apr-Dec

Mauritius became the largest source for foreign direct investment (FDI) in India during April-December with an inflow of Rs 35,647 crore (Rs 356.47 billion), Parliament was informed on Wednesday. Mauritius has lost its numero uno position as India's FDI source last fiscal to Singapore. The inflow of foreign investment from Singapore amounted to Rs 26,246 crore (Rs 262.46 billion) during period under review, followed by the Netherlands at Rs 15,630 crore (Rs 156.30 billion), the USA at Rs 9,010 ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Singapore Replaces Mauritius As Largest FDI Source for India  Outlook1 week ago

KPMG India Partner: Raising India's Foreign Investment Cap Likely to Attract $3.2 Billion in Investment

Raising the level of foreign direct investment in India will likely attract about 200 billion rupees (US$3.2 billion) of investment into the Indian insurance industry over the next few years, according to Shashwat Sharma, partner at KPMG India.
 Individual.com2 weeks ago AIA Statement on India Raising Foreign Investment Cap for Insurers  Noodls2 weeks ago ACLI Statement On India Raising Foreign Investment Cap  Reuters2 weeks ago Investors are happy with India, Jaitley tells Davos  Rediff.com2 months ago
Business Today India

'Insurance cos can rally further, and not because of FDI'

Despite the heady run-up insurance stocks have seen in expectations of the foreign direct investment (FDI) limit being hiked (the bill finally passed in Parliament on Friday), Societe Generale BFSI analyst Santosh Singh said many still have further room for ...
 Money Control1 week ago Top financial players hail passage of Insurance Bill in Parliament  News on Air2 weeks ago Insurers hail FDI hike limit to 49% from 26  News on Air2 weeks ago FDI hike in insurance loses sheen on govt riders  Business Today India1 week ago
India TV

Government to take up thirty six FDI proposals on January 22

India allows Foreign Direct Investment in most of the sectors via automatic route. The nod from FIPB in the Finance Ministry is required in certain sectors like pharmaceutical and defence, which are considered as sensitive areas. At the forthcoming meeting, ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago FDI cap hike in defence fails to lure foreign investors  India TV2 weeks ago Investors snub defence sector even after FDI cap is raised from 26% to 49%  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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