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Bancassurance A High Potential for Growth…… The 3 rd Middle East Insurance Forum March 20-21, 2006 Ritz Carlton, Bahrain Mukul Gupta CFO & Head Bancassurance Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance, India “There is no stronger force than an idea whose time has come.” Victor Hugo

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Bancassurance

A High Potential for Growth……

The 3rd Middle East Insurance Forum

March 20-21, 2006

Ritz Carlton, Bahrain

Mukul GuptaCFO & Head BancassuranceBajaj Allianz Life Insurance, India

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“There is no stronger force than an idea whose time has come.”

Victor Hugo

(19th Century French Novelist)

Banks & Insurers across the World have realized Bancassurance is the distribution channel, which would help them achieve economies of scale and boost their revenues in the 21st Century

agenda
Agenda
  • Impact of Bancassurance on Increasing Insurance Penetration and Realizing Growth – India Case
  • Global Bancassurance Trends
  • Industry Evolution - India
  • The Bancassurance Opportunity
  • Case Study : BALIC & Standard Chartered Bank
  • Case Study – BALIC & Syndicate Bank
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Global Bancassurance Trends…

  • The key factors impacting development of Bancassurance across the globe are:
    • Regulatory Environment in the country
    • Banking Habits – Is Visiting the Bank natural to customers?
  • Europe - Bancassurance accounts for the 35% of the sales in the European life insurance market and is the dominant distribution channel in a number of South European countries such as Belgium, France, Italy, Spain and Portugal.
  • US – Bancassurance started developing post the crumbling of barriers set by the Glass-Steagaal Act in late 1990s
  • Asia – Bancassurance is in its nascent stage in Asian Life Insurance Market but is developing very rapidly due to presence of Brick & Mortar Model of Banking in most of the Asian countries.
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Banks dominate Life distribution in Southern Europe, and making progress in Northern Europe…

Success of Bancassurance vary through out Europe due to

different regulatory environment in each country

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Recent Bancassurance Trends in Asia…

In India, Bancassurance accounts for 22% of the sales by Private Insurers

Due to presence of Brick & Mortar Model of Banking, Bancassurance is

increasing its Market Share very rapidly

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Control

Resource commitment

Ability to satisfy customer needs – value added

Reward opportunity

Management complexity

Convergence of interest

Low

High

Choice of Bancassurance Model Depends upon Strategy & Environment…

Distribution Agreements

Strategic Alliances

Joint Ventures

Financial Services Group

LowDegree of integration High

  • Banks distribute life insurance products (stand-alone or bundled with bank products) in return for fee income
  • No or little sharing of customer DB
  • Limited investment
  • A higher degree of integration in product development, service provisions and channel management
  • Possible sharing of customer DB
  • Requires investments in IT and sales personnel
  • Clear mutual ownership of products and customers
  • Sharing of customer DBs
  • Requires strong and long-term commitments from both sides
  • Operations and systems can be fully integrated
  • A high capability to leverage on banks’ existing customer and other services provisions
  • One-stop financial services
  • Potential for fully integrated products
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Bancassurance partnership and distribution agreement to clearly address:

  • Volume targets
  • Type of products to be sold
  • Sharing of margins between product and distribution
  • Sharing of CRM system
  • Management responsibility of the product factory
  • Require solid legal contract / servicing agreements

Who bring what to the Partnership…

  • Bank
  • Customer base and relationships
  • Distribution network
  • Brand
  • Insurer
  • Sales & marketing expertise for insurance products
  • Profit maximization selling insurance products
  • Strong technical expertise
  • Product know-how
  • Financial strength
  • Brand

50%

50%

Insurance

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Key Success Factors…

Commitment

of Partners

Motivation

&

Training of

Bank Staff

Selection of

Customer

Segments

Selection

of Partner

Product

Offerings

Sales &

Distribution

Model

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Up to 1999

1999 till 2004

2005 onwards

13 Private Players

Pvt Insurers gain over 28% share

LIC Monopoly

No Private Players allowed

Private Players allowed

12 new insurers

No. of Players

Confidence in Bancassurance

BA takes 20% + share among Private Players

Fastest Growing Distribution Channel

Agency model replicated

Bancassurance in development stage

Agency only

800K Agents

Distribution Focus

ULIPs are the most popular products, accounts for 75% of Sales through Private Insurers

Traditional – Endowments, Money Back Plans & Wholelife

Emergence of Unit Linked Products

Products

Bancassurance regulations become clearer

Multiple models allowed- CA, Referral, Broking

Primarily Agency driven regulations

Regulatory Environment

Primarily Agency driven regulations

Industry Evolution…

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The Bancassurance Opportunity…

Real Potential Still to be Unleashed

  • Banks are major players in the Indian Financial system:
      • 66,000 branches (32,000 rural and 14,700 semi urban)
      • Enormous retail account base of 440 mn deposit accounts
      • Total deposit base of Rs. 14 trillion (USD 300 bn)
  • Large Structure governed thru’ Regulations
      • Four Categories of Banks – Foreign Banks, Nationalised Banks, Private Sector Banks and Co-operative Banks catering to distinct customer segments
      • Over 2500 Banks spread nationally and geographically
  • Banking Habits of Customers
      • Propensity to Visit Bank Branches
      • High Trust in the Banking System
      • Bank Managers looked upon as “Financial Advisors”

Only Tip of the Iceberg, in terms of penetration, has been touched

with less than 2% customers of State Owned Banks insured

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Over 65% of Household financial savings are in short term instruments

The Bancassurance Opportunity…

Incremental Financial Household Savings – ‘04

Source: RBI Annual Report,

All Data for Yr 20003-04

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Case Study : Standard Chartered Bank & BALIC

  • Standard Chartered Bank – Largest Foreign Bank in India
  • Catering to the High NetWorth clients and the Mass Affluents’
  • 83 Branch Offices with presence in 25 cities
  • Customer Base of 2.50 million
  • Deposit Base of over Rs. 135 billion (USD 3 bn)
  • Client Habits : Savvy Customer Base with both high branch traffic and Off-Site Banking habits.
  • Joint operations were rolled out in January 2002 with 25 FSCs covering 30 Bank Branches.
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Case Study : Standard Chartered Bank & BALIC

Model

  • A designated persons stationed in each Branch selling Insurance.
  • Selling thro 11 Channels of Distribution :- Branch Banking, Priority Banking, Outbound Sales Team, Mortgages, Credit Cards etc
  • Over 250 Sales Staff dedicated selling Insurance in these Distribution Channels
  • Dedicated Operation Staff for processing SCB Proposals
  • Fortnightly Saturday Schools for Sales Staff
  • Results
  • The Benchmark for the Indian Industry for Bancassurance
  • Bancassurance contributes 20% of total income from Retail Banking operations
  • Avg Productivity per person is over 12-15 policies per month and Avg Ticket Size stands at USD 1,100.
  • Projected GWP of USD 100 mio for FY 05-06 & earnings to Bank to be in range of USD 25-30 mio
  • Regular UnitLinked Products fit in the clients needs of the Bank.
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Distributions servicing different Customer Segments

Channels of Distributions

In-Branch Sales Team

Relationship Managers

Out Bound Sales Team

Dedicated Relationship Managers

Distributions Catering to Different Customer Segments

Retail Walk-in customers

Loan Customers

New Customers

High Networth Customers

SMEs

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Channel Distribution : Standard Chartered Bank…

Branch Banking / Walk-ins Contribute over 70% of Insurance Sales

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Case Study : Syndicate Bank & BALIC

  • Syndicate Bank – Nationalised Bank with a dominant holding by the Government
  • Catering to Middle Class and Rural Base
  • 1500 Branch Offices with presence in 500 cities and town
  • Customer Base of over 17 million
  • Deposit Base of over Rs. 462 bn (USD 10.2 bn)
  • Client Habits : Branch Walk-ins for transactions with advice from the Branch Staff / Manager for all financial decisions
  • Bancassurance tie-up with Bajaj Allianz in October 2003
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Case Study : Syndicate Bank & BALIC

MODEL

  • Integrated Model Implemented with the Bank Staff being regularly trained to directly sell Insurance to its customers.
  • Phase wise Roll Out started in Oct’ 03 with 11 Insurance Managers covering 40 Branches.
  • Currently over 500 branches covered, with 250 Bank employees selected as Insurance managers & over 75 employees of BALIC, to promote insurance sales
  • Projected GWP of USD 25 mio for FY 05-06 & Earnings to Bank to be in range of USD 5-8 mio
  • Traditional endowment, Pension Product and Mortgage Reducing Term Assurance are the key products sold.
  • Among the most successful Public Sector Bank Distribution tie-up in India. Over 50,000 policies sold annually
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Insurance Industry in India…

  • 13 Private players in the market today:
    • 6 Bank owned insurers- HDFC Standard Life, ICICI Prudential, ING Vysya, Metlife, OM Kotak, SBI Life
    • 7 Independent Insurers- Bajaj Allianz , Birla Sun Life, Aviva, Max New York Life, Tata AIG, Reliance Life and Sahara Life
    • LIC – The state Insurer is the dominant player with over 70% of the market share
    • Total Life Market Size at Rs. 250 billion (USD 5.5. Bn)
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1. Increase in Fee Based Income

6. Provide integrated financial services tailored to the life cycle of customers

2. Reduce reliance on interest spreads as the major source of income

1

2

6

3

5

3. Leverage extensive customer base

4

5. Reduce risk based capital req. for the same level of revenue

4. One stop shop for all Financial Services

Consideration for Banks…

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Immediate access to New Markets

Improve sales effectiveness & after sales service

Increase in Market Penetration

Reduce reliance on traditional distribution channel

Develop new financial products more efficiently

Combine Cost Saving & Increased Profitability

Consideration for Insurers…

Insurer

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Bancassurance Models Worldwide…

Distribution Agreements

Strategic Alliances

Joint Ventures

Financial Services Group

European Life bancassurers progressively abandon the intermediary role to gain access to long-term profits (bank-owned model)

Germany: numerous cross share-holdings between banks & insurers make acquisitions or mergers more difficult

France: bank-owned units = 56% of total Life & pension premiums vs. 44% for the distribution agreement

Spain

Netherlands, branch networks

Italy

US: mainly distribution agreements & banks acquiring large brokers. Concentration on Life products.

Asia: mainly distribution agreements & strategic alliances, other models facing regulatory restrictions

S Korea, India, China, Japan

Singapore