Indian regulator tells carriers to stop using burning cost rates

IIB rates not in line with de-tariffed pricing regime 

The Indian insurance regulator, IRDAI, has reportedly written to property insurers and reinsurers asking them to stop including the burning costs rate published by the Insurance Information Bureau (IIB) for fire and engineering risks in their reinsurance treaties.

According to Commercial Risk’s s...


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