India’s first insurance IPO paves way for $50 billion industry3 min read . Updated: 22 Apr 2016, 09:22 AM IST
HDFC, the nation’s largest mortgage lender, will offer as much as a 10% stake in its insurance venture with UK’s Standard Life
Singapore: India will get its first life-insurance listing since it opened up to private-sector investors 16 years ago, paving the way for more companies seeking to go public in an industry that’s since grown to more than $50 billion.
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