In the 15 years since India re-privatised its insurance industry, several models have been developed to optimise operations, distribution, and suitability. In the first decade of the 2000s, India’s life insurance industry grew and developed quickly. Since its 2010 peak, however, this once double-digit growth has reversed. Mr. Amit Punchhi of RGA examines the three elements that are contributing to the slowing down of the life market’s growth.
Reprinted with permission of The Asia Insurance Review (AIR)