NEW DELHI: Axis Bank is looking to acquire a life insurance business, said people with knowledge of the development. The bank's executive committee had approved the move in the December quarter, they told ET. Among possible targets are IDBI Federal Life Insurance and Tata AIA, they said. "The bank has appointed a leading USbased investment bank to scout for a suitable midsize player that can be acquired," said one of the persons.
NEW DELHI: S Lakshminarayanan , a retired Indian Administrative Service officer who took over the reins of Religare Enterprises as executive chairman, and independent director Kishori Udeshi, a former Reserve Bank of India ( RBI ) deputy governor, resigned from the board of the company early this week, two people familiar with the development told ET.Both had joined the board in the second week of November.
The World Inequality Report (WIR) released last week shows that “India’s top 1% earners received 22% of national income in 2014”. Simultaneously, the latest data on direct taxes released by Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) shows that 9,690 individuals paid tax exceeding Rs 1 crore. Only one individual paid tax exceeding Rs 100 crore – about Rs 238 crore. According to the WIR report, the top 0.01% of the earners numbered at about 78,000 people with an average income of about Rs 5.5 crores.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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