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Ajita Shashidhar
January 22, 2015
Cecil Hemingway and Andrew Heard of Tower Watson on how employee benefit is becoming an important component of an employee's compensation package in India.

New Delhi, December 2, 2014
After hardening of premium under group health insurance three months ago, property and fire segments are also set to witness increase in premium rates from the next calendar year.

Teena Jain Kaushal/Money Today
October 9, 2014
Getting treatment abroad can be costly as you will need funds for travel, accommodation, food and that too in a currency that will be stronger than the rupee.
January 29, 2014
Money Today experts answer your queries on everything related to financial planning.

Goutam Das
October 23, 2013
TCS has extended its market cap lead over Reliance Industries and widened the revenue gap over its nearest IT rivals. It is now preparing to consolidate its position.

Tanvi Varma/Money Today
August 28, 2013
Experts feel with the current market scenario, investors must diversify across countries as well as assets. Right now, it makes sense to buy assets in economies recovering from the 2008 crisis.

Chandralekha Mukerji
August 13, 2013
In insurance parlance, a natural calamity that leads to losses such as in the recent floods in Uttarkhand are called 'Acts of God'. The claims procedure can be complicated as policy documents may not available in most cases and there may be no proof of death.

E. Kumar Sharma
May 9, 2013
Y.K. Hamied steps down as managing director of Cipla in February. His decision to function as non-executive chairman from April 1 and other management changes are significant. The move is part of a major transformation aimed at propelling the company into a new orbit.

Rajesh Kumar Singh and Manoj Kumar/Reuters
New Delhi, April 29, 2013
Two long-stalled reforms - one to lift the foreign ownership cap in insurers to 49 per cent from 26 per cent and another that would simplify land acquisition for factories - were due to be introduced in the Parliament during the past week but ended up being side-tracked by the political ruckus.

Anilesh S. Mahajan
February 22, 2013
Joydeep Roy, CEO and whole-time Director, L&T Insurance, says non-life insurance penetration as well as per capita insurance premium is very low and the industry has a very high potential to grow.

G. Seetharaman
September 20, 2012
With its reputation in the lending business fairly cemented, the group is now intent on scaling up its other businesses. Infrastructure is a key focus area.

Chandralekha Mukerji
June 28, 2012
In October 2011, websites of health insurers flashed the new portability menu that promised customers the moon. Take a look at the impediments and things that must be kept in mind while porting health insurance policies.

Shweta Punj
February 22, 2012
While advocates say the UID project is one of the best ways to solve India's problem of delivering governance to 1.2 billion people, critics say it is too ambitious and high-tech for a country where nearly 40 per cent of the population is still officially defined as poor.

Chandralekha Mukerji
Delhi, January 2, 2012
With insurance firms offering a vast variety of health plans, Chandralekha Mukerji lists what to consider while buying.

Tanvi Varma/Money Today
December 22, 2011
As per the recently announced guidelines by the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (Irda), insurers that have completed 10 years in the business will be allowed to raise capital from the market through initial public offerings (IPOs).

Chandralekha Mukerji
Delhi, December 12, 2011
Here, we bring you three insurance covers that can ease financial stress in emergencies.

Anand Adhikari
November 25, 2011
Even a decade after the sector opened up to private companies in 2000, nobody is rejoicing except LIC, which still enjoys 69 per cent market share. Be it customers, agents, the regulator or the promoters of private life insurers, everybody has a sob story to tell. They can see exciting times only if the government relaxes FDI guidelines to 49 per cent.
November 22, 2011
In many parts of Africa, there is a tradition of holding elaborate and expensive funerals, the costs of which are typically prohibitive for the vast majority. Hollard, a South African insurance firm, teamed up with retail giant PEP to provide insurance for typically expensive funerals.MORE CASE STUDIES ON INNOVATION: Ford | Toyota | GE | Cemex | Toshiba-UPS | Burberry | Safaricom
October 13, 2011
April 11, 2011
What is the time-frame within which the income tax (I-T) department can audit my financials or question me, asks Milind Dovhal from Bengaluru.

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