Jeevan Vriddhi is a single premium non-linked insurance plan where the risk cover is 5 times of premium chosen by the customer and offers excellent guaranteed returns at maturity: LIC
Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) launched a single premium insurance plan ‘Jeevan Vriddhi’.
“This is a single premium non-linked insurance plan where the risk cover is five times of premium chosen by the customer and offers excellent guaranteed returns at maturity,” the country’s largest insurer said in a statement. The plan, which is a combination of insurance and returns, would be available for a limited period, it said.
While there is no upper limit on investment, the minimum entry age for the plan is eight years.
The term under the policy is fixed at 10 years. The minimum premium under the policy is Rs30,000 and will increase in multiples of Rs1,000, LIC said.
In the event of the unfortunate death of the policyholder during the term of the policy, the basic sum assured would be payable which is five times the single premium excluding extra premium, if any, it added.
There were 17 client additions in Mphasis during the quarter in the emerging industries vertical
Mphasis, a leading IT services company, announced its financial results for the first quarter ended 31 January 2012. Consolidated revenues for the quarter were at Rs1,367 crore, an increase of 4.1% compared to Rs1,314 crore in the preceding quarter. Revenues were driven by strong growth in direct business of 14.4% sequentially. There were 17 client additions during the quarter in the emerging industries vertical.
Operating margin for Q1 FY 11-12 was at 15%, higher by 30 basis points, compared to the sequentially preceding quarter. Operating profit for the quarter was at Rs205 crore, up 6.3% q-o-q (quarter-on-quarter). Net profit for the quarter was at Rs185 crore (up 1% q-o-q). Earnings per share for the quarter were Rs8.80, up from Rs8.71 in the previous quarter.
“Our Q1 results reflect our strategic thrust of growing direct business and business from emerging market. Our hyper-specialisation journey is focussed on enhancing quality for revenue through new platform-based business model. This model leverages application service, business process outsourcing and platform strength,” said Ganesh Ayyar, CEO, Mphasis.
In the early afternoon, Mphasis was trading at Rs405.50 per share on the Bombay Stock Exchange, 5.88% down from the previous close.
“AurionPro has demonstrated its ability to provide value by incorporating world class seamless integrated single payment solution for e-banking,” Mark Hennessy, general manager, IBM said
AurionPro Solutions was named winner of the 2012 IBM beacon award for smarter industry—best industry solution for banking. This award is given each year to a select number of IBM business partners to recognise information technology excellence, commitment to skills attainment, industry knowledge and innovative solutions based on IBM technology and services.
Mark Hennessy, general manager, IBM global business partners & mid-market, remarked, “We congratulate aurionPro on winning the beacon award for smarter industry—best industry solution for banking. It has demonstrated its ability to provide value by incorporating world class seamless integrated single payment solution for e-banking spanning across retail, corporate and channel payments on IBM payment framework.”
In the early afternoon, aurionPro was trading at Rs120 per share on the Bombay Stock Exchange, 2.44% down from the previous close.