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  • Product distribution through existing bank channel  Bankers themselves sells the product to customer  Process managed by banks and insurer act as only product/service provider e.g. Telemarketing, direct mail
  • New revenue flow ie increased income to bank in the form of fee revenue and diversified its business activities.One stop shop for financial services where all customer needs can be met.Selling of insurance product provides bank employees with new challenges and enhance skills
  • Bancassurance

    2. 2. WHAT IS BANCASSURANCE? Distribution of insurance products through a bank‟s distribution channels. According to IRDA, „bancassurance‟ refers to banks acting as corporate agents for insurers to distribute insurance products Life Insurance Marketing and Research Association’s insurance dictionary defines bancassurance as “the provision of life insurance services by banking and building societies”.
    3. 3. BANCASSURANCE IN INDIA In the year 2002 the banks of India were permitted to do insurance business for the first time. It is regulated by both RBI and IRDA as it is combination of bank and insurance. It is a Win-Win Strategy Example: SBI Life Insurance Company Ltd has tie up with SBI.
    4. 4. RBI GUIDELINE FOR BANKS ENTERING INTO INSURANCE SECTOR PROVIDES THREE OPTIONS FOR BANKS. THESE ARE: Joint venture will be allowed for financially strong banks wishing to undertake insurance business with risk participation; For banks which are not eligible for this joint- venture option, an investment option of up to 10 % of the net worth of the bank or Rs. 50 crore, whichever is lower, is available. Any commercial bank will be allowed to undertake insure business as agent of insurance companies. This will be on a fee basis with no-risk participation.
    5. 5. THE INSURANCE REGULATORY AND DEVELOPMENTAUTHORITY (IRDA) GUIDELINES FOR THEBANCASSURANCE ARE: Each bank that sells insurance must have a chief insurance executive to handle all the insurance activities; All the people involved in selling should under-go mandatory training at an institute accredited by IRDA and pass the examination conducted by the authority; Commercial banks may become corporate agents for one insurance company Banks cannot become insurance brokers.
    6. 6. BANCASSURANCE SALES MODELS Separate Sales Force Minimum integration between the staff of the partners and merely utilize the customer database for insurance product prospecting. Hand in Glove  Sales force of the insurer utilizing the resources of the bank (customer base, brand infrastructure , bank staff expertise).  Bank staff sells simply package product, but act as introducers & in the case of more complex products the insurer‟s financial planner undertake the constructive selling process and final lead closure.  High interaction between the bank and insurer‟s staff.
    7. 7.  Fully Integrated  Insurance sales process is wholly owned by the bank staff while the insurer acts only as a product and service provider.  Exploitation of bank‟s strength and does not utilize the skills of the insurer.
    8. 8. ADVANTAGE FOR THE BANKS Revenue diversification Satisfaction of more financial needs under the same roof Customer retention-Increase in customer loyalty More profitable resource utilization Enriched work environment Establish sales oriented culture
    9. 9. ADVANTAGE FOR THE INSURANCECOMPANIES Revenue and channel diversification Quality customer access Quicker geographical reach creation of brand equity Increase in volume and profit Improved brand equity
    10. 10. ADVANTAGE FOR THE CONSUMER Enhanced convenience One stop shopping for all financial services Innovative and better product ranges More credible solution
    11. 11. SWOT ANALYSISSTRENGTH: Vast untapped market Huge pool of skilled professionalsWEAKNESS: Lack of networking among bank branches Saving Ability of Middle Class
    12. 12. OPPORTUNITY: Data mining :Banks have a huge customer database which has to be properly leveraged. Target segments should be identified and tapped. Wide distribution networks of banksTHREATS: Human Resource Challenges Non-response from the target groups can also pose a challenge.