Aviva i-life provides a minimum cover for Rs25 lakh with no upper limit and a maximum term of 35 years
Private insurer Aviva Life Insurance has launched its online term plan Aviva i-life, with a minimum cover for Rs25 lakh with no upper limit and a maximum term of 35 years.
"Our research with IMRB showed us that protection of family income in case of an unfortunate death is among the top three priorities for 52% of Indians today. Hence, keeping in mind the customer need and demand, we have launched Aviva i-Life which can provide a high insurance cover at a low cost," Aviva India director marketing Gaurav Rajput said in a release.
This company is a joint venture between Dabur Group and Aviva Group with a paid up capital amounts to Rs2,004 crore.
Aviva i-life offers Rs1 crore of life cover at less than Rs22 per day and this online product also offers accidental death benefit rider for enhanced protection where additional sum equal to accidental death benefit rider sum assured shall be payable in case of accidental death.
Diebold will deploy around 1,000 cash dispensers, over 600 full-function lobby ATMs and around 60 cash recyclers
State Bank of India (SBI) has signed an agreement with the US-based ATM provider Diebold Inc to install nearly 1,700 machines this fiscal as part of the retail expansion plan of the country's largest lender.
Under the contract, Diebold will deploy around 1,000 cash dispensers (CDs), over 600 full-function lobby ATMs and around 60 cash recyclers (CRs), Diebold said in a release. With this expansion, SBI's total ATM network will grow to over 28,000. The Northeastern region will have an added thrust in this new expansion plan. "As the self-service market evolves, automated self-service deposit functions continue to gain popularity. The State Bank Group has decided to adopt deposit automation to enhance the self-service technology on ATMs, and we look forward to delivering our solution and further developing our relationship with the SBG," Diebold south Asia vice-president and managing director Naresh Hosangady said.
Diebold is providing SBI with its full-function models D450s and D422 CDs. Power consumption on these ATMs will be approximately 40 per cent less than conventional processors, he added. The Mumbai-based India unit is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Diebold Inc, headquartered in the Canton, Ohio in the US. A leader in managed services for ATMs, Diebold provides round the clock service to more than 27,000 ATMs in the country. Globally, Diebold is present in nearly 90 countries.
ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund new issue closes on 18th May
ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund has launched ICICI Prudential Fixed Maturity Plan-Series 55-1 Year Plan G, a close-ended income scheme.
The investment objective of the plan is to generate regular returns by investing in a portfolio of fixed income securities/debt instruments maturing on or before the maturity of the plan under the scheme. The tenor of the plan is one year.
The new issue closes on 18th May. The minimum investment amount is Rs5,000.
CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index is the benchmark index. Chaitanya Pande is the fund manager.