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IRDA Regulations on Investment for General Insurance Companies

IndianMoney.com Research Team | Updated On Wednesday, September 24,2014, 03:20 PM
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IRDA Regulations on Investment for General Insurance Companies

According to the IRDA regulations the insurer under the General Insurance Corporation must invest his money in the following way :

  • 1.20% of the investments should get channelized into Central Government Securities.
  • 2.30% of the investments should be in state government and other guaranteed securities.
  • 3.5% investment should be made in the housing sector and state government loans.
  • 4.10% of the investment should be channelized to the infrastructure and the social sector.

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