The first-of-its-kind plan, Exide Life Sampoorna Jeevan, not only provides life insurance cover till age 75 or 100 years but also offers an individual the power to customize the payouts to suit the financial needs at multiple life stages.
Exide Life Insurance announced the launch of its non-linked participating individual Life insurance plan, Exide Life Sampoorna Jeevan. The first-of-its-kind plan, Exide Life Sampoorna Jeevan, not only provides life insurance cover till age 75 or 100 years but also offers an individual the power to customize the payouts to suit the financial needs at multiple life stages.
Addressing the customer need to plan their life goals, Exide Life Sampoorna Jeevan allows the customer the flexibility to avail guaranteed regular income till age 75 or 100 or lump sum payouts or even opt for both. The plan offers 4 guaranteed benefit options and 5 bonus options to choose from, making the plan extensively comprehensive to suit the varying and changing needs of the customer. With 28 possible permutations made available to the customers, each of the Guaranteed and Bonus options provides a unique benefit, allowing customers to create a plan that works best for them.
On the occasion of the launch, Sanjay Tiwari, Director, Product Management & Customer Service, Exide Life Insurance said, “For us, the customer is always at the forefront. All our product offerings are conceptualized keeping the customer needs in mind. Through extensive customization, Exide Life Sampoorna Jeevan offers customers the freedom to select their preferred means of benefit payouts thereby helping them plan better for their life goals. Be it 2nd income or legacy creation, long term cover for family’s financial protection or bonus payouts from end of first year itself, partial withdrawal for unplanned expenses or pre-defined lump sum payouts for life’s important milestones, this plan has all the customer needs covered. It has aptly been positioned as the plan that stays ‘with you, through life’. We believe this product will create a disruption in the market”