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FUNDAMENTALS OF LIFE INSURANCE  Theories and Applications


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FUNDAMENTALS OF LIFE INSURANCE THEORIES AND APPLICATIONS

Edition : SECOND EDITION
Pages : 212

Print Book ISBN : 9788120352667
Binding : Paperback
Print Book Status : Available
Print Book Price : 225.00  168.75
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eBook ISBN : 9789354434792
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Description:


Human life, in all its manifestations, has immeasurable social and economic value. Since ancient times, human beings have tried to put in place systems to sustain and flourish in the face of adversity. In modern times, life insurance is one such financial arrangement that provides social and economic security to individuals and to the communities.

Awareness of the basic features and categories of insurance is important in today’s life insurance market where all companies are offering a number of innovative products with multiple features. Divided into three parts, this book incorporates the basics of life insurance, risk management, and health and micro-insurance, in detail. Part I (Concepts, Principles and Processes) systematically defines life insurance, its legal contract and characteristics, marketing and distribution processes involved, and the future trends. Part II (Risk Management, Underwriting, Reinsurance and Claims) explicates the importance of risk management, the process of underwriting, and the types and concepts of reinsurance and claims. Part III (Employee Benefits, Pensions, Annuities, Micro-insurance and Health Insurance) covers allied topics, such as pension products, micro-insurance and health insurance which are increasingly becoming important for the industry for both the social and commercial perspectives.

Besides, it also explains various methods to calculate the extra premium charged for policyholders, with a higher than average risk of death, disease or accident.

KEY FEATURES
• Comprises real-life case studies relevant to various topics
• Includes review questions to judge student’s aptitude on the subject
• Incorporates figures, tables, boxes and appendices to illustrate the concepts and theories
• PowerPoint presentations available online at www.phindia.com/kaninikamishra

NEW TO THE EDITION
The second edition updates sections related to bancassurance, health insurance and pension reflecting the changes in the regulatory guidelines in the last four years.
Primarily intended for the students of MBA (Insurance) and BA (Banking and Insurance), this book will also be beneficial for the postgraduate students of commerce who opt for a course in insurance. The book will also be useful for professionals in the field.

Key Features:


Preface • Acknowledgements Part I: CONCEPTS, PRINCIPLES AND PROCESSES 1. Fundamentals of Life Insurance 2. Legal Aspects of Life Insurance and Life Insurance Products 3. Life Insurance Marketing and Distribution Part II: RISK MANAGEMENT, UNDERWRITING, REINSURANCE AND CLAIMS 4. Risk Management: Principles and Applications in Life Insurance 5. Underwriting 6. Reinsurance and Claims Part III: EMPLOYEE BENEFITS, PENSIONS, ANNUITIES MICRO-INSURANCE AND HEALTH INSURANCE 7. Employee Benefits, Pensions and Annuities 8. Micro-Insurance 9. Health Insurance Appendices • Glossary • Index

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