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Karur Vysya Bank signs two MoUs
CHENNAI: Karur Vysya Bank has entered into two arrangements to provide enhanced quality of services to its customers. The bank has signed a memorandum of understanding with Religare Securities to provide trading facilities and with LIC Mutual ...
Access to market Max New York Life product
CHENNAI: Max New York Life Insurance has announced a business alliance with Access Development Service a technical services company with focus on livelihoods and microfinance for selling Max Vijay. The company targets to sell 1.4 lakh policies ...
Bangalore to host Energy India fair
CHENNAI: Deutsche Messe, organiser of Hannover fair along with its Indian subsidiary Hannover Fairs India, announced the debut of ‘Energy India’ fair. It is a new addition to Hannover Deutsche Messe’s India trade fair cluster ...
Birla Sun Life appoints CMO
NEW DELHI: Birla Sun Life Insurance has appointed Rahul Sinha as its Chief Marketing Officer. He will be responsible for the marketing initiatives , with the objective of being the target customer’s preferred brand and choice among life ...
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