Day: December 8, 2020

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Digital marketing is essential for any business these days. Seventy-six percent of people think marketing has evolved more in the past two years than it did over the previous 50 years. To scale your business, you need quality content more than you need quantity of content. But, with so many channels to cover, and a limited budget and time, how do you fully leverage your business’s digital marketing potential

One good first step is to


Despite the fact that there is massive under-penetration in the county as far is concerned, the regulator is of the view that the solution to this does not lie in mandating because a stage has been reached where should be a product on “demand”. It cannot be forced upon consumers by the industry or other stakeholders.


“There has generally been a feedback that either the regulator or the government should mandate certain types of insurance, but ideally the solution does not lie in mandating insurance,” said T L Alamelu, Member (Non-Life)


“There has been a demand for mandating title insurance, drone insurance, and household insurance. The example before us is motor third party insurance, which is mandated by law, but still there are huge issues of under insurance,” she said at National Insurance Academy’s 16th Annual Insurance Summit. The regulator


General Insurance Corporation of India (Re) said it has exposure totalling Rs 1,453.74 crore in group, DHFL, Reliance Capital and Reliance Home Finance as of March 2020 and it has made provisions over and above the regulatory norms.


The company’s exposure stood at Rs 788.80 crore as of March 31, 2020 by way of investments in debentures of group, Re said in its annual report for 2019-20.



Re has made total 100 per cent provision on both secured and unsecured portion of these investments, it said.


Exposure in bonds of Dewan Housing Finance Ltd (DHFL) was to the tune of Rs 204.80 crore, for which the provisions are 100 per cent on both secured and unsecured portion, the state-owned firm said.


In Reliance Capital and Reliance Home Finance, GIC Re had


Mutual Fund on Monday said it has sought consent of the unitholders for the orderly winding up of the six fixed income schemes.


The electronic voting will take place from December 26-28 and the meeting of unitholders of relevant schemes on December 29, MF sais. The unitholders would have to take a call on whether to give consent to the winding up decision or withholding it, which would allow the schemes to reopen for purchase and redemption.



The move comes after Supreme Court on Thursday asked MF to initiate steps within one week for calling a meeting of unit holders to seek their consent for closure of six mutual fund scheme. Franklin Templeton MF said the objective of the voting exercise is to seek, by “simple majority”, consent of the unitholders for the decision made