Indian insurance companies have borne a loss of over Rs 30,000 crore in 2011 due to different kinds of frauds, a study has claimed.
It cited collusion between the employees of insurers and private persons, document falsification and manipulation in citing cause of death to claim insurance benefits, as some of the reasons behind these frauds.
“The losses caused to the insurance sector are Rs 30,401 crore which is roughly 9 per cent of the total estimated size of insurance industry in the year 2011,” the report said.
This report created by Indiaforensic Center of Studies was widely covered in most of the National News papers and Electronic Media. Here are the links for the various news articles
- <span >Economic Times
- <span >Indian Express
- <span >Financial Express
- <span >Asian Age
- <span >Deccan Chronicle
- <span >NDTV
- <span >Zee News