Mondaq India: Insurance > Reinsurance
Tuli & Co
On 12th December 2018 the IRDAI (Re-insurance) Regulations 2018 (the "2018 Regulations") were notified.
Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co
The Regulations were keenly awaited by the Indian insurance sector and aim to keep at pace with the changing market dynamics.
Tuli & Co
2017 was an interesting year for the Indian insurance industry which witnessed a rapid increase in number of Insurers, significant transactions in the existing players, new forms of online commerce, addition of new categories of insurance intermediaries, diversity in the products on offer and evolving business processes.
Tuli & Co
The Indian insurance sector has witnessed significant developments over the past couple of years. By way of the Insurance Laws (Amendment) Act 2015, establishment up of branch offices of foreign reinsurers was permitted.
Clyde & Co
Shockwaves have been felt in India, following the Tata-Cyrus Mistry fallout, which could result in potentially significant exposures for Indian Insurers and global Reinsurers.
Khaitan & Co
Insurance distribution involves marketing to clients by an insurer's in-house team and engaging intermediaries such as individual agents, corporate agents, and point of sales persons.
Clyde & Co
Lloyd's of London ("Lloyd's") has recently obtained final regulatory approval from the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India ("IRDAI")...
Clyde & Co
Previously, foreign investment beyond 26 per cent and up to 49 per cent required the prior approval of the government (through the Foreign Investment Promotion Board ("FIPB")).
Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co
Late last year, the IRDAI had released an exposure draft on regulations governing the establishment and operation of the proposed Indian branch of the Lloyd's of London.
Clyde & Co
The insurance regulatory reforms in early 2015 increased the permitted equity investment of foreign insurers from 26% to 49%. However, insurers and intermediaries will now need to demonstrate "Indian control" of the company.
Clyde & Co
On 30 October 2015 the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India released the eagerly awaited Insurance Regulatory Development Authority of India Regulations, 2015.
Clyde & Co
The year 2015 will undoubtedly hold tremendous importance in the history of India's insurance regulatory landscape.
Tuli & Co
Special Economic Zones (or SEZs as they are popularly referred to) have been established in India to promote trade and investment by enabling industries to produce and trade goods at globally competitive prices.
Tuli & Co
The long awaited increase in foreign holdings in an Indian insurance company from 26% to 49% is at long last law but, rather than becoming law through the usual legislative process, it has become law through an unusual and temporary device: an ordinance.
Clyde & Co
The long awaited Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bill (the Bill) will finally become a law in India as it has been passed by the Parliament of India.
Clyde & Co
The long awaited Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bill (the "Bill") has become a provisional law in India.
Tuli & Co
Detariffication has been a topic of debate in the Indian insurance market almost since the market was denationalised at the turn of the millennium.
Tuli & Co
On October 4 2012 the Cabinet approved an increase in the cap on foreign investment in the insurance and pension sectors from the existing 26% to 49%.
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