Aegon Life Insurance
Aegon Life Insurance Company Limited launched its operations in India in July, 2008 and since then has emerged as a strong player in the insurance industry. Aegon is one of the world’s leading providers of financial services. Currently, the company enjoys a good market share and has launched different types of life insurance products for meeting all the varied needs of individuals at attractive premium rates. Insurance Plans Aegon Life Insurance Company has a variety of insurance plans in its kitty for its customers who can choose any plan according to their needs and requirements. The plans provide the features of protection, savings, wealth appreciation, security of child’s future and retirement planning. The features of each plan are unique and the premium rate is also competitive making the competition at par with other insurance companies in the market. The types of plans that the company offers are: Term Insurance Health Insurance ULIPs Saving Plan Retirement Plan Child Plan Rural Plan Group Insurance Plans Here are all the different types of insurance plans offered by Aegon Life.
Aegon Life Insurance – Latest News
Aegon Life insurance looking deep into business Aegon Religare Life Insurance Company, the private player is renamed as Aegon Life Insurance Company Ltd. The administration group of the organization will stay unaltered and will stay focused on each of its clients, employees and affiliates with focus on customer service though digitisation. Aegon Life Insurance Company believes, every current policyholder will keep on maintaining the advantages with no adjustment in the terms and conditions of the policy issued by Aegon Religare Life Insurance Company Ltd. Aegon Life Insurance Co Ltd is confident of winning breakeven financial year by 2018. The chief Distribution Officer, Amit Kumar Roy believes that they are on course to accomplish a no profit no loss record by 2018 and turn out to be tremendously profitable by 2020. This Netherlands based Aegon had before the end of last year trekked its shareholding in the life insurance providers from 26% to 49%. Also in a recent discussion with a leading newspaper Mr. Roy states that they have no plans yet to discontinue their direct sales over phone calls as it increased their customer grievances and the distrust of selling products by misleading.