Bangalore: Flipkart, a Walmart-owned retailer,has announced that the health insurnace policies that distinctly cover COVID-19 offered by two general insurers-ICICI Lombard and Digit Insurance- are now available on its platform. These two group health insurance policies come with instant claim benefits and do not require...
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CHICAGO: The monthly Global Catastrophe Recap report by Aon plc,evaluating the impact of the natural disaster events that occurred worldwide during March 2020,reveals a total economic losses in excess of USD1.1bn, with roughly three-quarters of the total covered by insurance. Steve Bowen, Director and Meteorologist...
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- ``Industry should focus on product innovations, especially in the pension space''
- ``Raising FDI limit will provide opportunities to existing players as well as to new players''
- ``Opening up to 100% FDI may trigger a fresh wave of consolidation and change of shareholding''
- ``With increasing maturity, the FDI limits can be enhanced beyond 49%''
- ``The FAIR Nat CAT pool has gained the approval to operate in India’’
The latest sigma "Natural catastrophes in times of economic accumulation and climate change" says that Swiss Re Institute expects that global warming will lead to growing intensity and frequency of severe weather events, but also to more uncertainty in their assessment. Economic and insured losses...