Mumbai: Star Health Insurance, the country’s first standalone health insurance company, has crossed Gross Written Premium target of Rs 2,000 crore for 2015-16 registering growth rate of more than 36% for the year.
Mr. Anand Roy, Senior Vice President, Star Health and Allied Insurance Co. Ltd. said, “We are extremely happy and motivated to see the trust reposed by our customers in our products and service standards and claim processing capabilities. At the same time, we are thankful to our advisors, brokers, sales team and channel partners across the country. This achievement shows Star Health’s wide acceptance amongst the insuring public”
A total of over 69 lakh consumers are covered. The company clocked Rs 1,470 crore worth of premium in 2014-2015.
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