In recent years, capital appears to have generally become more of a constraint for Indian life insurers. While the causes may be multifactorial, it may be due in part to a period of relatively sustained growth in sales, notably in higher-guarantee, non-participating savings business. Milliman conducted a short survey of 17 (out of 24) life insurers to understand how they are managing the risks associated with these guaranteed savings prodcuts. The main results of the survey are preseented in this e-Alert.
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Risk and Capital Survey in India: Findings
In recent years, capital has become more of a constraint for Indian life insurers. This survey of a majority of Indian insurers asks how they're managing risk.
Heerak Basu, Richard Holloway, Philip Jackson, Sanket Kawatkar
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