HDFC Mutual Fund new issue closes on 15th June
HDFC Mutual Fund has launched HDFC FMP 92D June 2011 (2), a close-ended income scheme.
The investment objective of the plans under the scheme is to generate income through investments in debt/money market instruments and government securities maturing on or before the maturity date of the respective plan(s). The tenor of the plan is 92 days.
The new issue closes on 15th June. The minimum investment amount is Rs5,000.
Crisil Short Term Bond Fund Index is the fund manager. Miten Lathia is the fund manager.
In total 23 awards were given out across the life, health and general insurance segments to over 18 best performing insurers in the country in the ‘India Insurance Award’
ICICI Prudential Life Insurance has been awarded the 'Insurance Company of the Year Award' by India Insurance Review and Celent.
In total 23 awards were given out across the life, health and general insurance segments to over 18 best performing insurers in the country in the 'India Insurance Award'.
Further, HDFC Standard Life Insurance Company was awarded the best company for product innovation during 2011 for its product offering HDFC SL Crest.
Among the other companies, Reliance Life Insurance was awarded the best company in the sector of 'Non-Urban Coverage' for 2011.
In the general insurance segment, Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company has been awarded the best general insurance company.
Besides, Tata AIG General Insurance was given the award for 'Best Product Innovation' and United India Insurance for 'Best Non-Urban Coverage 2011'.
Bharti AXA General Insurance company has been awarded for the growth in the 'Personal Lines' or the retail category. The award for 'Commercial Lines' or institutional category was given to Reliance General Insurance Company Ltd.
"The award has been instituted to recognise and honour the efforts of insurance companies across various important parameters and will become the aspirational benchmark for insurance companies in the years ahead," said Shirish Pathak, managing director, SP Media, the Publisher of India Insurance Review said.
ICICI Lombard quoted the lowest premium for the scheme, which will cover more than 3.5 lakh households, with each family comprising five or less members
ICICI Lombard, a health insurance company, won the bid for the state-financed health insurance scheme in Goa, by surpassing six other bidders, state health minister Mr Vishwajit Rane announced on Monday.
Mr Rane said that ICICI Lombard had quoted the lowest premium for the scheme, which will cover more than 3.5 lakh households, with each family comprising five or less members. The scheme would come into effect from September this year. The other six bidders included National Insurance Company, Royal Sundaram and Tata AIG.
Goa chief minister Mr Digambar Kamat had launched this scheme during the recent state budget, in which, every household would be eligible for a preliminary and secondary health-care, up to Rs60,000, annually.
Mr Rane told reporters in Panaji that cashless cards would be provided to the beneficiaries, who can approach any of the listed hospitals and get the treatment, including admission absolutely free. Only the people living in Goa since last five years would be eligible.
Mr Rane claimed that Goa would become the first state to implement such an insurance scheme for the people. The state has already covered super-speciality treatments under its medi-claim scheme.