India gives go ahead to bancassurance
Indian banks can become corporate agents of insurance companies but they cannot act as independent brokers according to a recent ruling by the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority. IRDA has long been mulling over the ‘independent advice’aspect of the insurance brokerage business and has finally come to the conclusion that banks have too many commercial interests and relationships for them to act in an independent capacity.
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