The life insurance is a joint venture between Aditya Birla Nuvo Limited a scheduled part of the Aditya Birla Group and Canadian life insurance firm
Global Banking News-December 2, 2015--AXA increases stake in Indian insurance firm
He added: "The Central Bank of Ireland should be in a position to deny an insurance firm
permission to operate in the Irish market if it believes it is registering in another jurisdiction solely for purposes of availing of a more lenient regulatory regime.
by Capital Bank was confirmed by executives of the insurance firm
and now the only thing pending is the formal approval of the Insurance and Reinsurance Regulator, reports Capital.
Among deals under discussion today, an Africa-based insurance company seeking to expand its operations in Gulf countries might acquire a Lebanese insurance firm
that owns a license to operate in the United Arab Emirates.
The top court's verdict came upon an appeal by the Attorney-General and it found that the plaintiff, who filed the civil lawsuit against the insurance firm
, is not entitled to reimbursement as his driving licence had expired at the time of the accident.
99 Nice guy Tim Lippe (Ed Helms) works for an insurance firm
, which has won the coveted Two Diamonds award twice in a row thanks to gregarious agent Roger Lemke (Thomas Lennon).
RIYADH: The Saudi insurance market is ripe for mergers and acquisitions but these await a nod from the central bank, the chief executive of the kingdom's biggest insurance firm
The UAE cabinet has issued a resolution saying that a minimum paid up capital of AED 100 million is essential to start an insurance firm
in the country, reports official news agency WAM.
Iain has more than 30 years' experience in the insurance sector and has previously been managing Sun Alliance account executive most recently worked for a large regional insurance firm
but found he missed the atmosphere of a smaller, family-run business.
AN INSURANCE firm
is offering investors the chance to bet against a catastrophic flood devastating London.
A survey of more than 400 organisations by insurance firm
Royal & SunAlliance showed that 42% were oblivious to the fines they may face by failing to comply with the no-smoking law, which came into effect in Wales this month and is introduced in England in July.