If private equity firms wish to buy 50% or more of an Indian life insurer, general insurer, reinsurer or health insurer they will need to meet some strict conditions.
Global insurer XL Catlin is to buy a 20% stake in an Indian insurance broker.
Indian state-owned reinsurer GIC Re is to open its initial public offering for 14.2% of the company this week.
As Typhoon Noru approaches Japan flooding has killed over 250 people across Asia over the last few weeks and caused hundreds of millions of dollars of damage.
No-one could have anticipated that Donald Trump’s election as president of the United States would lead to an increase in employment litigation in India, but that is precisely what has happened.
Markel International has appointed Deepika Mathur to lead its entry into the Indian market.
Insurance Post speaks with the Chartered Insurance Institute's South Asia and Middle East regional head Sainesh Dar about the organisation's work in India.
Global broker Aon has completed the sale of a 26% stake in Indian broker Aon Global Insurance Brokers to its joint venture partner Global Insurance Services.
Indian general insurer ICICI Lombard has filed a draft prospectus for an IPO for 19% of its shares.
With low levels of air travel penetration and a growing economy, expansion in the Indian aviation sector brings challenges and opportunities writes Kevin Betts, Asia-Pacific director, at loss adjuster McLarens Aviation.
The inaugural Mumbai Insurance Club will be on 15 June.
Mumbai-based start-up Acko has raised $30m (£23.3m) in seed funding to launch a digital-only general insurer.
Lloyd’s has commenced operations in India with MS Amlin the first syndicate to begin underwriting from 1 April.
Lloyd's CEO Inga Beale was in Hong Kong to celebrate 20 years of having an office in the Special Administrative Region.
Girija Kumar has been approved as chairman and managing director at state owned United India Insurance.
Australian giant IAG saw pre-tax profit fall to A$571m (£351m) in the first half of the 2017 financial year compared with A$610m in H1 2016.
While they differ in scale, legislation and stage of development, today’s US and Indian title insurance markets have one important commonality: both offer interesting new opportunities for growth.
India could launch IPOs for up to five state owned insurers this year.
India's General Insurance Council has compiled data that shows a major underinsurance problem on India's roads.
Reinsurance giant Swiss Re has been granted a branch license for India and will open up an office in Mumbai at the beginning of February.
Bharti Axa General Insurance has promoted chief commercial and principal officer Sanjeev Srinivasan to CEO and managing director.
The coming year looks set to be an exciting but challenging one for general insurers in Asia as strong growth continues in many markets across the region writes Nicky Burridge.
In the last financial year Australian-headquartered insurer IAG grew its gross written premiums in Asia, outside of China, 7.5% to A$757m (£582m).
Praveen Chhajed, vice president and head of non-motor claims at Indian insurer Bajaj Allianz, reflects on winning two awards at the Claims Awards Asia last year.