DHFL Pramerica Life Insurance Company



DHFL is Situated in Gurgaon. DPLI is a joint venture between Dewan Housing Finance Corporation Ltd. (DHFL), India's second largest private sector housing finance company and Prudential International Insurance Holdings, Ltd. (PIIH), a fully owned subsidiary of Prudential Financial, Inc., a financial service leader headquartered in US. Pramerica Life Insurance is The company with 67 branches and 2000 employees spread across the country. DHFL Pramerica Life Insurance Company Limited (DPLI) is one of the fastest growing insurance companies and considered to be India's premier Life Insurance Providers in India. The company is providing a wide range of life insurance solutions to corporate and individuals and thus, helping them to build corpus amount to meet their life's short and long term financial goals. The company offers a variety of insurance plans to the customers within a maximum tenure of 30 years. The company has a claim settlement ratio of 57.19 % from year 2014-2015 and is ranked for maximum grievances settled over the year. DHFL Pramerica Life Insurance have a huge customer base and provide one stop solution for all insurance needs particularly from urban or rural India. Distribution network of the company caters to specific needs of customers across the country through multiple channels of distribution such as channel partnerships, agency and other innovative channels that address the distinct insurance needs of customers. It is the first insurance company in India to have two distribution channels that cater to burgeoning needs of armed forces personnel and school going children.

    DPLI achieved following awards in the insurance sector-

  • Client Model Insurer Asia Award- Under distribution category 2014: For developing an innovative technology interface to manage service delivery in rural areas
  • Skoch Financial Inclusion Award 2011: For launching rural awareness campaigns in 93 villages
  • Best Insurer Technology Award 2011: For making life insurance solutions assessable to under-developed markets