A book which elaborates upon the coverage, tenure, returns as well as the applicable terms and conditions of an of insurance policy.
The total value of assets in possession of an insurance company must exceed its liabilities by a significant amount as a rule. This amount is known as the margin of Solvency.
A type of insurance which provides coverage for loss or damage of cargo in transit over land, air or water. It also offers protection to ships in case of any damage caused while it is transporting good from one point to another.
Material fact is an important fact pertaining to the subject of insurance and its significance is such that it can alter the decision of the insurer to offer the policy at the agreed rate.
The period for which an insurance policy lasts. Premium payments usually cease along with the policy once the maturity period comes to an end.
The payment made to the policy holder at the end of the stipulated period of insurance policy i.e. when the policy period comes to an end and the policy is said to have matured.
Entering into a contract with an individual or a company on false grounds by making statements which are not truthful.
Also known as Cost of Insurance, this is the amount charged by the insurance company to provide life cover to the life insured.
A mutual fund is an investment instrument that pools money from individual investors and invests it in stocks, bonds, or other securities. Here, each investor owns shares that represent his/her part, of these holdings.
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