Future Generali India Life Insurance Company Limited (FGILI), a joint venture between Future Group - the leading retailer of India, Assicurazioni Generali - a global insurance group and one of the world's 50 largest companies and IITL - a leading ... India Infoline, 1 week ago
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“The Budget has laid out a clear and tangible roadmap for the future. The decision to incentivise credit and debit card transactions coupled with the proposed new law on black money will bring down the social cost of unaccounted money, apart from adding to the bank bottom-line. The move to frame a Public Contract Bill will kick start activities in the construction sector plagued by disputes. The move to bring NBFCs at par with financial institutions will help banks to clean up ...Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago 'Budget 2015 is a watershed event in India's socio-economic history' Smart Investor, 3 weeks ago Budget to take India's economy towards double digit growth: Future Generali Life India Infoline, 4 weeks ago Expert views: India budget goes for growth, delays cut in fiscal deficit Reuters India, 4 weeks ago
Bank lending rates are expected to come down going forward Dr. Nirakar Pradhan, CIO,Future Generali India Life Insurance Today's monetary policy measure by The Reserve Bank of India of cutting the repo rate by 25 bps marks a ...Capital Market, 2 months ago Lower cost of borrowing would enhance corporate earnings: Future Generali India India Infoline, 2 months ago
The country’s interest rate futures market (IRF), where investors bet on the direction of Reserve Bank of India’s monetary policy, is pricing at least 50-100 basis points rate cut during 2015-16. As a result, proprietary trading by brokers in anticipation ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago India: Rules issued for banks to act as insurance brokers Asian Insurance Directory, 2 months ago RBI cut to benefit bond, short-term liquid funds The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago RBI Surprises With Early Rate Cut Businessworld India, 2 months ago
India's Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Saturday the government would delay the implementation of planned General Anti-Avoidance Rules (GAAR) by two years, while saying it would make no distinctions between foreign direct investments and ...Smart Investor, 4 weeks ago
Sharp corrections are part and parcel of a bull market, says Nirakar Pradhan, chief investment officer of Future Generali Life Insurance. In an interview with Bijoy Sankar Saikia, he says the market is likely to remain buoyant amid expectations of a ...Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago
Private insurers like Future Generali, Bharti AXA , others welcome RBI's move to ease interest rates
MUMBAI: Welcoming a 25 basis points rate cut by the Reserve Bank, private insurers said that it is an important turn in the interest rate cycle, which will boost both equity as well as debt market, and it is in line with the government policy to ...Economic Times, 2 months ago Private insurers cheers RBI's rate cut, says equity, debt market to benefit Firstpost.com, 2 months ago Private insurers welcome RBI's move to ease interest rates The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago
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MUMBAI, INDIA: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) maintains policy repo rate and stressed on bringing down inflation (to six per cent by January 2016) as it hinted atspurring lending in today's monetary policy unveiling. It slashed the statutory ...Cyber India Online, 1 month ago India Inc, bankers disappointed by RBI status quo on repo rate Business Standard India, 1 month ago The Week That Was - January 12 to 16, 2015 India Infoline, 2 months ago The Week That Was - March 02 to 05, 2015 India Infoline, 3 weeks ago
March 01--MUMBAI -- While political reactions to Arun Jaitley's budgets were on expected lines, business leaders were ecstatic with the first full-fledged budget of the Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliance government. "The budget has laid ...BusinessWeek, 3 weeks ago
The Road Transport Ministry has suggested capping the liability of general insurers at ₹15 lakh for road accidents in the draft Road Transport and Safety Bill. This comes in the backdrop of insurers facing huge losses in third party motor ...Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
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