- BEST B-SCHOOLS
- INDIA'S BEST EMPLOYERS
- HOTTEST YOUNG EXECUTIVES
- TOP EMERGING COMPANIES
- BEST CFOs
- BEST BANKS
- COOLEST START-UPS
- BEST INNOVATIONS
- MOST POWERFUL BUSINESSWOMEN
- WOMEN'S ISSUE
- BEST SMEs
- LUXURY SPECIAL
- BEST CEOs
- ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL
- UNION BUDGET
- BUSINESS TODAY
- BT MORE
- MONEY TODAY
- GADGETS AND GIZMOS
The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (Irdai) today said the existing micro insurance products will continue to be on offer till March 31, 2016.
To begin with, the regulator is working with non-life insurers to launch such products which will be followed by life insurers.
Canada's Sun Life Assurance Company Limited will raise its stake in the joint venture from 26 per cent to 49 per cent.
Life Insurance Corporation may to buy 10 per cent stake in Central Depository Services from BSE in a deal that may value the leading depository at about Rs 825 crore.
Young people think life insurance is something you need to think about when you get old. But that is a big myth
The company's net profit (based on IGAAP standards) was at Rs 120 crore in the same period last fiscal.
After the deal, Ergo's stake in HDFC Ergo will go up to about 49 per cent - the maximum foreign holding allowed in Indian insurance companies under new rules.
News You Can Use
- Railways' make in India: A look at 24-coach train features
- Netflix launches in India, plans start at Rs 500
- Vodafone's 4G services in Delhi, Mumbai by March
- Maruti releases first sketch of its compact SUV Vitara Breeza
- Supreme Court extends ban on 2000cc diesel cars
- Delhi-Agra train fare less than a kg of apples