Hyderabad, June 10
The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) is all set to launch a pilot on life insurance repository (IR) system.
This is meant for keeping/storing a policy in digitised/de...
Mumbai, April 22
To curb undercutting in rates, IRDA has sought pricing details from insurers »
Hyderabad, April 2
The Insurance distribution is likely to receive a boost as the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) is set to allow distribution companies to have multiple tie-ups with insurers.
Hyderabad, March 24
The life insurers can collect advance premium up to three months in advance from the due date.
In a circular issued on Monday as an addition to the existing regulations for both...
Mumbai, March 5
Seen as a good opportunity for insurers to diversify their investment portfolio
Mumbai, February 26
Drops norm stipulating minimum number of policies that agents must renew »
Hyderabad, February 13
The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority has imposed ₹1 lakh penalty on Tata AIA Life Insurance Company for violation of norms. According to an order issued by the regulator, t...
February 6, 2014
The best-designed and cost-effective financial products cannot reach Indian investors without a viable industry to market these
Hyderabad, July 1
To consider pilot satellite imagery scheme for farm sector
Mumbai, May 14
IRDA moots new distribution concept under marketing firm model
Hyderabad, April 20
IRDA to track hospitals to prevent exploitation of patients having health cover
Mumbai, March 28
The proposal for a 26-137% hike has been scaled back to 9-20% »
Chennai, March 20
Receives several complaints of unfair discounts given to group policies
New Delhi, March 3
IRDA on Monday allowed insurance companies to invest in equity Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) with certain conditions, a move which would help boost inflows into the country’s stock market.On...
Mumbai, February 24
IRDA plans to de-tariff rates; insurers will be free to fix rates depending on risk perception
Hyderabad, February 9
Panel looking into various aspects, including allowing sub-broking »
Hyderabad, Feb 1
The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) has mooted that all micro-variable products should have a lock-in period of five years from the date of inception of the policy.