Insurance regulator on Thursday suspended providing all types of commission for the country’s non-life insurance companies.
The Insurance Development and Regulatory Authority issued a circular at 10:00 pm on the day.
Earlier, the 45 non-life or general insurance firms used to provide 15 per cent commission to the agents to procure the business. But it is believed that a part of the commision went to the pockets of branch managers of banks.
This has an immediate effect.
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