» Whole Life Plan
Whole life insurance plans typically provide life insurance cover for the entire life of the insured person or up to a specified age. This kind of life insurance plan does not typically offer survival benefit as there is no definitive term to the policy.
» Life Term Plan
Cheapest form of insurance, where you pay only for the risk coverage, life is covered for a particular period. In case of any eventuality, insurer pays sum assured.
» Money Back Plan
Money Back Plan offers the key benefit of cash lump sums at periodic intervals ensuring that you are able to meet any of your financial obligations. Such plan not only provide life cover but also entitle you to a guaranteed addition and bonus on maturity. Money back plans like these not only let you enjoy regular cash flows during the policy term, they also get you a substantial life cover, which increases every year.
» Endowment Plan
It takes care of your long-term investment needs and gives you the best balance between risk coverage and savings.
» Children Plan
Plan for children, offers good liquidity at different intervals of child's age, which supports the expenses of education or marriage.
» Single Premium Plan
One time investment best suitable for people with surplus funds looking for short-term appreciation. This plan gives you high IRR.
» Retirement Plan
Retirement plan or superannuation refer to a pension granted upon retirement. Retirement pensions are typically in the form of a guaranteed life annuity, thus insuring against the risk of longevity.
» Unit Linked Plan
Unit linked insurance plan (ULIP) is life insurance solution that provides for the benefits of risk protection and flexibility in investment. ULIP investors have the option of investing across various schemes i.e, diversified equity funds, balanced funds, debt funds etc.