Cwa Life Insurance – Consumer interests and business stability were central themes in the first set of guidelines issued by the Insurance Culture and Conduct Steering Committee (ICCSC).
The Insurance Culture and Conduct Steering Committee (ICCSC) today released its first two papers to provide stakeholders in the insurance ecosystem with best practice guidance and suggested initiatives to improve the culture of insurers, intermediaries such as financial advisory firms And standards of conduct, employees, employees. and insurance ecosystem.
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Marcus Lim, Assistant Managing Director (Banking and Insurance) of the Monetary Authority of Singapore, said that by publishing these best practices and recommendations, the ICCSC demonstrates its commitment to promoting good culture and behavior in the insurance industry. By consistently acting in the best interests of their clients, insurers and intermediaries strengthen the foundation of trust that builds the industry. MAS encourages all companies to refer to these documents and consider how they can be applied to their business to better serve their customers.
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Dr Khoo Kah Siang, Chairman of the Insurance Culture and Conduct Steering Committee (ICCSC), said: “These documents have been developed based on internationally observed best practices and input from senior industry practitioners. and practical guidance to apply and improve their cultural and behavioral standards over time to maintain public trust and confidence in insurers.
“The ICCSC will continue to work with various insurance associations in Singapore to adopt guidance appropriate to their industry. These best practice documents will be reviewed over a 12-month period to assess the effectiveness of industry recommendations.
Dr Khoo added: “I would like to personally thank all ICCSC members and subcommittee contributors who have volunteered their valuable time to this important initiative for the industry during this challenging time of COVID-19.”
The committee, comprising senior industry leaders, was established in December 2019 to foster a positive culture and strengthen the standards of conduct for insurers in Singapore. Association (LIA) and Singapore Reinsurers Association (SRA).
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The ICCSC is currently working on the next best practice document which will bring new focus to the practice of life insurance intermediaries. The aim is to provide practical advice on the role of regulators in setting the right tone from above and developing key performance indicators to encourage FA representatives to provide high-quality financial advisory services to clients. The document also recommends increased disclosure to clients and improved information sharing between insurers and unbound financial advisor firms (FAFs) to improve the overall standards of the financial advisor industry. This article is scheduled for publication in April 2022.
The government has announced a bonus for Post Office Life (PLI) insurance policyholders. The 2023-24 bonus rate will apply from 1 April 2023.
According to a communication notice dated January 4, 2023, “- Pursuant to the powers conferred by Section 3 of the Post Office Life Insurance Rules (2011), on the basis of an actual valuation of the assets and liabilities of the Post Office Life Insurance Fund, (POLIF) 3 of 2022 On March 31, the Postal Life Insurance policy with the following content is pleased to announce that its claims arising from death or attrition will pay a single reversionary bonus at the following rates:”
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4. Convertible Whole Life Insurance Policy (CWA): The whole life dividend rate will be applied, but the savings guarantee dividend rate will be applied at the time of conversion.
Five. Final prize of Rs. 20 rupees deposit of 10,000 rupees. Whole life insurance and pension insurance policies are 20 years or 1000 years.
All claims due to or arising out of death will also pay internal bonuses at the above rates until future assessments are completed. Any bonus involving 50 paise or fractions of ore shall be rounded up to the next higher rupee and any fraction less than 50 paise will be disregarded.
Postal Life Insurance (PLI) was established on February 1, 1884 as a benefit plan for postal employees and was later expanded. As of 2017, it is more accessible to the general public. Professionals such as doctors, engineers, consultant agents, chartered accountants, architects, lawyers and bankers can get life insurance schemes under PLI, as well as eBers employees of businesses listed on NSE and BSE (Bobay Stock Exchange).
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