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  • 1.
  • 2. WELCOME
    TO
    MAX NEWYORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
    Presentation by
    Mudassar Irfan
    Sankalp kumar singh
    Ashish Yadav
    Saurabh Singh
    Abhinav Prakash
  • 3. NEWYORK LIFE INSURANCE IS ONE OF THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES IN THE WORLD
    ESTABLISHED IN 1845 IN NEW YORK
    FORTUNE 100 COMPANY
    215BILLION $ UNDER MANAGEMENT
    FIRST COMPANY TO INSURE WOMEN AT THE SAME RATE AS MEN IN 1894
    FIRST COMPANY TO COVER DISABILITY BENEFIT
    FIRST COMPANY TO ISSUE COVER FOR UNEMPLOYMENT/CUSTOMER CARE ON WEB
    FIRST TO OFFER CASH DIVIDENTS TO POLICY HOLDERS
    ABOUT MAX NEWYORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
  • 4. IN INDIA MAX CAME IN 1985
    IS OWNED BY TOP MOST PHARMA COMPANY RANBAXY GROUP
    WITH MORE THAN 100 OFFICES IN INDIA IN 73 CITIES
    AND ONE OF THE MOST REPUTATED LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY IN INDIA
    Max New York Life Insurance Company Ltd. is a joint venture between Max India Limitedand New York Life International
    ABOUT THE COMPANY
  • 5. The awareness about insurance products is around 78 per cent in India.
    However, ownership of insurance products is low - only 24 per cent households in the country own a life insurance cover.
    At the all-India level, for all households, while the average sum assured of a life insurance policy in the country is Rs 27,951, the average premium paid is Rs 1,227.
    Some Facts
  • 6. Awareness of Life Insurance
    Source-India Financial Protection Survey
  • 7. OWNERSHIP PATTERN OF LIFE INSURANCE
    Source-India Financial Protection Survey
  • 8. Term Insurance
    • Term insurance is a type of life insurance policy that provides coverage for a certain period of time, or a specified "term" of years
    • 9. If the insured dies during the time period specified in the policy and the policy is active - or in force - then a death benefit will be paid
    Life Insurance Products
  • 10. Whole Life Insurance
    • A whole life policy runs as long as the policyholder is alive. As risk is covered for the entire life of the policyholder, therefore, such policies are known as whole life policies.
    • 11. There is no survival benefit as the policyholder is not entitled to any money during his / her own lifetime.
    • 12. In a whole life policy, the insured amount and the bonus is payable only to the nominee of the beneficiary upon the death of the policyhold
  • Variable Life Insurance
    • Variable life insurance allows the insured to invest premiums in securities for a greater return.
    • 13. These policies require a fixed premium that is placed in a separate account for investing. The death benefit and cash value depend on the investment success of the separate account.
    • 14. The policy owner can choose to invest in bonds, stocks, mutual funds, or international fund
  • Universal Life Insurance
    • Itseparates the saving, expenses, and insurance components, and allows the payment of flexible premiums.
    • 15. The insured must pay the 1st premium, which is consideration for the contract, but the amount and frequency of subsequent premiums is determined by the insured.
    • 16. The death benefit can also be changed, but if it is increased, the insured must provide evidence of insurability. Money can be borrowed from the cash value of the policy at very low interest rates, and if the policy allows, additional people can be insured.
  • 17. Sample ages and Premium
    TaxBenefits
  • 18. Dynamic Fund Allocation
  • 19.
  • 20. A 360 degree coverage to ensure a bright future for your child
    Guaranteed pay out of University Education Pool
    Dynamic Fund Allocation ensures life stage based allocation of funds
    Option to include Dread Disease Rider and Personal Accident Benefit Rider
    Max New York Life Shiksha Plus II
  • 21. Investment Options
  • 22. Endowment to Age 60 (Par) Plan
  • 23. Insurance cover up to age 100
    Tax benefits on premiums and maturity proceeds
    Additional protection through riders
    Bonus declared every year from 3rd policy year onwards however bonuses are not guaranteed.
    Whole Life Participating Plan
  • 24.
  • 25. Life Maker
    • The option to INCREASE SUM ASSURED on any policy anniversary during the term of your policy.
    • 26. Flexibility to ADD RIDERS to the policy at inception or on any policy anniversary.
    Investment Option
  • 27.
  • 28. Single Premium Bond
  • 29. Max Amsure Future Builder
  • 30. Benefits
    Maturity Benefit
    Upon maturity of the Policy we shall pay you the Sum Assured together with accrued bonuses, if
    any.
    Death Benefit
    If the Life Insured dies before the maturity of this Policy, we shall pay the premiums received by
    us together with interest at the rate of four (4) percent per annum, compounded annually,
    together with accrued bonuses, if any.
  • 31. Premium collection
  • 32. Investment
    Non-linked Business-Life Fund
  • 33. Non-linked Business-Pension and General Annuity Fund(Rs. Lacs)
  • 34. Linked Business (Rs. Lacs)
  • 35. Investment Of Linked Funds
  • 36. NAV figures on 30th June 2010(Rs. Lacs )
  • 37. Returns of Funds During 2009-10