India eyes 10-year lock-in for PE investorsOctober 30 2017 by InsuranceAsia News Staff
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The regulator plans to remove the three-year renewal requirement for intermediary licences as part of recommended amendments to Insurance Act.
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IRDAI relaxes surety bond rules
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