This includes Rs 15,000 crore as domestic premium by the end of the current fiscal, a top company official said here today.
The company closed the fiscal year 2014-15 by notching up a global premium of around Rs 16,000 crore.
"We've achieved a global premium of more than Rs 16,000 crore, including domestic premium of Rs 13,250 crore and international premium of Rs 2,810 crore in 2014-15, showing a growth of 12 percent against the previous year's premium income of Rs 14,300 crore," New India Assurance Chairman and Managing Director G Srinivasan said here.
New India achieved a premium income of Rs 5,363 crore from motor premium alone during the year gone by, and 10 percent of it came from the two-wheeler premium category, he said on the sidelines of launch of long-term two-wheeler policy.

According to the CMD, his company is looking at launching more products under health and motor segments this fiscal.
"We have already filed for the new products under the health and motor segments before IRDAI (Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India)," he said.
He added that retail, which comprises 65 percent of New India's business at the moment, will continue to be the focus.

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