Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Year of Establishment: 2001
IndiaMART Member Since: 2011
Royal Sundaram Alliance Insurance Company Limited has been at the forefront of providing innovative insurance solutions for you, your family and business. We became the first private insurer in the country to be licensed post privatisation in 2001. Since then we have been innovating constantly for our customers. Like being the first to offer cashless hospitalisation, the first to offer segment specific business solutions, first to offer cobranded credit cards, first to introduce industry-specific proposition.
Our product range is designed to provide extra cover to a varied range of customers starting from the common man to corporate conglomerates. You can reach us directly and also through our partners, agents, and brokers. We do business in over 150 cities through a combination of our own branches and those of our partners.
Posted on: [12-JAN-11]
Happenings / News / Press Coverage
17 November 2010
Four years ago, I bought a Rs5 lakh health plan from a life insurance company. I recently learnt that life insurers only give benefit plans and not health cover. What is the difference? Should I exit?
4 November 2010
The festive season and splendour of Diwali brings to mind beautifully decorated and illuminated homes sparkling with diyas, stores full of exciting new merchandise beckoning eager shoppers with exciting offers, with the silence being frequently broken by the chirpy sounds of fire crackers.
3 November 2010
The penetration of medical insurance is extremely low at ~ 15% (including all types of insurance - Central Government Health Scheme, Employee State Insurance, Group Health, Individual Health etc).
27 October 2010
I have taken individual health insurance covers for my wife, my son and I. Last year, my wife was hospitalised twice, and we could not get the second claim, as the cover was already used. I have read about family-floater schemes. How do these work and are these better than individual plans?
17 October 2010
The impasse between insurance companies and hospitals regarding cashless services has once again brought to the fore the troubles that plague policyholders.
23 August 2010
While buying a policy: The most common mistake that policyholders make is not checking for diseases that are covered under the policy.
27 March 2010
Arunachal Pradesh will be the 24th state in the country to implement the Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY) Scheme. 40,000 families in the state that are registered ....
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