IndiaFirst Life Insurance today announced a partnership with Nainital Bank for distribution of its products.
This tie-up will help us provide life insurance solutions to the customers of the bank and enhance our distribution footprint in northern India, IndiaFirst Life Insurance’s Director (Sales and Marketing), Rushabh Gandhi said in a statement.
IndiaFirst Life Insurance is a joint venture between Bank of Baroda, Andhra Bank and Legal and General.
With IndiaFirst’s rich product portfolio and proven track record in implementing a cutting edge bancassurance model, we will be able to offer comprehensive financial solutions to our customers, The Nainital Bank Chairman and CEO Mukesh Sharma said.
Western Union appoints Sohini Rajola as regional VP Payment services company Western Union today appointed Sohini Rajola as regional vice president for the country and South Asia.
Rajola will be responsible for managing and developing the company’s business in South Asia covering India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives and Bhutan, the company said in a statement.
Prior to this, Rajola was the senior vice president and head (digital banking) at Axis Bank.
Max Life Insurance launches Cancer Insurance Plan Max Life Insurance, a joint venture between Max Financial Services and Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance, today announced the launch of Cancer Insurance Plan to provide financial assistance across all stages of cancer.
The plan, which is non-linked non-participating, will also provide the guaranteed income benefit of up to 50 per cent of sum assured, Max Life said in a statement issued here.
The plan has been designed to provide complete protection to the customer and is amongst the most comprehensive plans available today, Max Life Insurance Executive Vice CMD Rajesh Sud said.
Ginger Hotels expand footprint, launch hotel in Noida Ginger Hotels, the budget hotel chain from the house of Tata’s, today launched its second hotel in Noida – Ginger Hotel Noida.
This is an extremely proud moment for us as we launch our second hotel in Noida a IT hotspot.
Ginger is the largest chain of branded budget hotels in India with a resilient promise of safety, cleanliness and seamless Internet connectivity, Ginger Hotels MD and CEO Rahul Pandit said.
Ginger Hotels operate 36 properties across 30 locations pan-India.
Curated from IndiaFirst Life Insurance partners Nainital Bank