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According a research paper published in U.K named “UK Household Insurance 2011” sourced from Data Monitor, Published in September 2011. The household insurance market benefited from a solid increase in gross written premiums and a decrease in gross claims costs. Profitability in the market, however, decreased as insurers increased their provisions for unexpired risk reserves. The structure.
Nanda R (2007) in his paper “Being an Insurance Agent, the pride and the prejudice”, stated that there is a huge potential of life insurance in Indian market because India is second fastest growing economy and fourth largest economy in term of purchasing power. Basavanthappa C and Rajanalkar L (2009) in his paper stated that the private insurance companies have performing well over the.
Abstract: This paper describes a study on the attitude of consumers and insurance agents towards the proposed increase in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Insurance sector in India. The study focus on the impact of FDI in insurance as perceived by the sample of the study based on four dimensions namely economical impact, impact on service, benefits and overall impact on market. A.
The research for this paper was supported by a grant from the Actuarial Education and Research Fund. 1. INTRODUCTION An insurance company is in the business of transferring risk. It does this by accepting premium from policyholders and paying claims. It can happen that the premium collected is less than the total amount paid for claims. If this is the case, the insurer is expected to pay for.
A series of PwC publications focused on business trends, strategic issues, challenges and opportunities facing companies in the US insurance industry.
The insurance market is made up of sellers of the insurance products that are, the insurance companies who provide covers for various risks and the intermediaries namely insurance agents and brokers. Life assurance contracts are usually for much longer periods. Life funds are therefore accumulated to long-term liabilities. The main purpose of this study is to assess the management of life.