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MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PRESENTATION BY MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PRESENTATION BY

BURGLARY INSURANCE • Subject Matter for insurance: Cash, Stock, FFF, Machinery and other contents BURGLARY INSURANCE • Subject Matter for insurance: Cash, Stock, FFF, Machinery and other contents of a Business or residential premises. • Risks Covered: 1. Loss or damage by burglary or attempted burglary 2. damage caused to the premises by burglars are also covered 3. Can be extended to cover theft at an additional premium with approval of RO/HO

BURGLARY INSURANCE -Contd… Definition of Burglary • A theft following a house breaking or BURGLARY INSURANCE -Contd… Definition of Burglary • A theft following a house breaking or a theft followed by a house breaking • House breaking means a criminal house trespass effected by forcible means to gain entry to into or exit from the premises • 442 IPC – Criminal Trespass • 445 IPC –House Breaking • 457 IPC House Breaking at night

Section 442 IPC Sec. 442 IPC. House trespass. —Whoever commits criminal trespass by entering Section 442 IPC Sec. 442 IPC. House trespass. —Whoever commits criminal trespass by entering into or remaining in any building, tent or vessel used as a human dwelling or any building used as a place for worship, or as a place for the custody of property, is said to commit “house trespass”. Explanation. — The introduction of any part of the criminal tres passer’s body is entering sufficient to constitute house trespass

Section 445 IPC House breaking • A person is said to commit “house breaking” Section 445 IPC House breaking • A person is said to commit “house breaking” who commits house trespass if he effects his entrance into the house or any part of it in any of the six ways hereinafter described; or if, being in the house or any part of it for the purpose of committing an offence, or, having committed an offence therein, he quits the house or any part of it in any of such six ways.

Section 445 IPC – Contd…. Means of entry & exit regarded as House Breaking Section 445 IPC – Contd…. Means of entry & exit regarded as House Breaking • Way created by self or abettor of house trespass • any passage not intended by any person, other than himself or an abettor of the offence, for human entrance; or through any passage to which he has ob tained access by scaling or climbing over any wall or building • any passage which he or any abettor of the house trespass has opened, in order to the committing of the house trespass by any means by which that passage was not intended by the occupier of the house to be opened.

Means of entry & exit regarded as House Breaking • by opening any lock Means of entry & exit regarded as House Breaking • by opening any lock – to commit house trespass to exit after house trespass • by using criminal force or committing an assault or by threatening any person with assault. • By unfastening a fastened entrance

BURGLARY INSURANCE ------Contd. Important Exclusion • War perils & nuclear perils • By using BURGLARY INSURANCE ------Contd. Important Exclusion • War perils & nuclear perils • By using authorized Keys unless obtained by threat or assault • Caused or aggravated or assisted by the Insured, his family, his employees • Consequential loss • Goods held in trust unless specifically declared • Recoverable under other policies • Loss after material alterations

BURGLARY INSURANCE ------Contd. Underwriting Considerations • Security measures • Moral hazard • Attractiveness, susceptibility BURGLARY INSURANCE ------Contd. Underwriting Considerations • Security measures • Moral hazard • Attractiveness, susceptibility and criticality and exposure • Previous claims history • Accounting system • Place of storage • Terms of cover

BURGLARY INSURANCE ------Contd. policy Types • Full Value Policy • First Loss Policy • BURGLARY INSURANCE ------Contd. policy Types • Full Value Policy • First Loss Policy • Declaration Policy • Floater Declaration Policy

Money Insurance Subject Matter for Insurance • Cash, Demand Draft, Cheques, Postal Orders, Money Money Insurance Subject Matter for Insurance • Cash, Demand Draft, Cheques, Postal Orders, Money Orders and current Postal Stamps Scope: Section. I – Transit Risk a. Money drawn for payment wages, salary, petty cash etc. from bank to Premises until the same are paid out b. Money not described above under custody of the insured or his authorized employees from premises to bank or post office c. Money collected and in the custody whilst in transit to premises, bank or post office for a period up to 48 hours from the time of collection Section II. At the premises • Money not described in Sec. I Whilst in the locked safe or strong room in premises against burglary, house breaking and hold up.

Money Insurance Risks covered: • Sec. I: Accident and misfortune • Sec. II Burglary Money Insurance Risks covered: • Sec. I: Accident and misfortune • Sec. II Burglary and house breaking Extensions available • Infidelity of employees carrying cash • Strike and riot • Over night Keeping of cash • Occasional Large carrying

Money Insurance Contd. Exclusion • Shortage due to error or omission. • Loss of Money Insurance Contd. Exclusion • Shortage due to error or omission. • Loss of money entrusted to any other person other than the insured or his authorized employees • Infidelity of employees carrying cash • Over night keeping unless in a locked safe or strong room • Loss occasioned by RSMTD • Money carried under contract of afreightment • All exclusions applicable to burglary policy

Money Insurance Contd. Underwriting - Consideration • Single carrying Limit • Total estimated annual Money Insurance Contd. Underwriting - Consideration • Single carrying Limit • Total estimated annual carrying • Character of the locality, neighborhood etc. • Distances and routes • Mode of transit • Claims history • All other as applicable to burglary policy

All Risks Insurance All Risks Policies are issued on Named Exclusion basis Sub Matters All Risks Insurance All Risks Policies are issued on Named Exclusion basis Sub Matters for Insurance • Gold and silver ornaments, Cameras, Watches, Cell Phones, laptops, calculators and such other valuables Coverage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The Policy covers loss or damage to subject matter insured by whatever cause except those specifically excluded. It covers any locations within the Geographical limit specified in the policy (normally within India and it can be worldwide also in exceptional cases) The policy is subject to the usual condition of average Unless specified indemnity for individual item is limited to 5% of sum insured Pair and set clause is applicable.

All Risks Insurance Contd. Exclusions • • • War and nuclear perils Cracking, scratching All Risks Insurance Contd. Exclusions • • • War and nuclear perils Cracking, scratching or breakage of glasses unless caused by accident to the carrying Vehicles Depreciation, Wear and tear, moth, vermin etc: Loss occasioned while cleaning, dying, repairing or restoration process Electrical short circuit to electrical machines Derangement or over winding of watches Loss of money, securities, manuscripts or books of accounts and articles of consumable nature Theft from unattended vehicles Articles carried under contract of afrieghtment Consequential losses and legal liabilities

All Risks Insurance Contd. Underwriting considerations • • Proposals from known and reputed clients All Risks Insurance Contd. Underwriting considerations • • Proposals from known and reputed clients with sound track record can only be entertained. Care of property – custody in safe deposit lockers and other safety features Items covered and their susceptibility to loss Trade of proposer – proposals from dealers, money lenders and pawn brokers may attract special conditions and higher rate of premium. Therefore prior approval is required. Availability of list of articles and their approved valuation Moral hazard of the proposer Geographical extensions Past claims history

Travelers’ Baggage Insurance Scope: • • • Intended to cover accompanied baggage during a Travelers’ Baggage Insurance Scope: • • • Intended to cover accompanied baggage during a specified journey Only such baggage traveling along with the insured under his ticket or as luggage under that ticket can be covered. Value of bags or containers unless specifically declared and included in the sum insured are not covered. Property belonging to any relatives traveling with the insured can also be covered. Cover is extended during temporary stay at hotel. Only articles declared at the commencement of journey is covered.

Travelers’ Baggage Insurance Perils covered Loss or damage to the items insured by whatever Travelers’ Baggage Insurance Perils covered Loss or damage to the items insured by whatever cause except those specifically excluded. i. e. all risks cover Exclusion • Routine Travel • Article added during the course of the journey • All other exclusions as per All Risks Policy is also applicable

Travelers’ Baggage Insurance Underwriting considerations : • Duration, mode and distance of travel • Travelers’ Baggage Insurance Underwriting considerations : • Duration, mode and distance of travel • As applicable for All Risks Insurance Routine Travel

Jewelers' Block Insurance Section I Premises Risks Property covered Perils covered 1. Stock in Jewelers' Block Insurance Section I Premises Risks Property covered Perils covered 1. Stock in trade and cash in the premises in safe Stock displayed on premises Property in bank lockers • • • Stock in trade whilst in custody of directors partners/employees of the insured Stock whilst in custody of person not in regular employment on all risks basis whilst carried or conveyed out side the specified premises with named exclusions 2. 3. II Custody Risk Outside premises 1. 2. • Fire, lightning Explosion Burglary/House Breaking/holdup/theft Riot and strike

Jewelers' Block Insurance……Contd. Section Property covered Perils covered III Stock in trade whilst All Jewelers' Block Insurance……Contd. Section Property covered Perils covered III Stock in trade whilst All risks basis within India being only carried by with named exclusion Transit 1. Insured Post Risks Parcel 2. Air Freight 3. Angadia • Fire, lightning IV FFF and safes • Explosion • Burglary/House Breaking/holdup/theft • Riot and strike

Jewelers' Block Insurance……Contd Special conditions • Stock under custody in excess of Rs. 2 Jewelers' Block Insurance……Contd Special conditions • Stock under custody in excess of Rs. 2 lakh should be secured in locked safe after business hours – Sec II • Sum insured for sec II should not exceed sec I sum insured. • Valuation for Sec I, III shall be cost plus 10% • Pair set clause is applicable • Condition of average is applicable for sec I & IV • Reinstatement facility is available for sec I • Loss should be reported within 60 days from the occurrence date

Jewelers' Block Insurance……Contd Important Exclusions • Inventory losses, losses occurring cleaning and repairing process Jewelers' Block Insurance……Contd Important Exclusions • Inventory losses, losses occurring cleaning and repairing process • Articles under use by the insured, his employees and family members • Articles whilst on public exhibition • Theft from unattended vehicles • Infidelity of all persons involved in the trade • Loss occurred outside specified locations • Theft by use of authorized keys • Window display after business hours • Ao. G perils • Transit risk for export/import • Loss after passage ownership unless by operation of law • Confiscation by local authority

Jewelers' Block Insurance……Contd Underwriting considerations • Extend watch and ward facility, round the clock Jewelers' Block Insurance……Contd Underwriting considerations • Extend watch and ward facility, round the clock armed guard closed circuit T. V. • Special security built vaults, strong room • Moral hazard • Past claims

Banker’ Indemnity Insurance (Intended to provide indemnity to Banks) Scope Section Property covered A Banker’ Indemnity Insurance (Intended to provide indemnity to Banks) Scope Section Property covered A On Money and/or Premises securities B Transit Money and/or securities Perils covered Fire, riot & strike, burglary & housebreaking or theft even caused by employees Lost, Stolen, Misappropriated or Made away with whether due to negligence or fraud of the employees whilst in transit (Separate money in transit policy can not be issued unless occasional in nature)

Banker’ Indemnity Insurance…. contd. Section Interest covered C Forgery or Pecuniary alteration Loss suffered Banker’ Indemnity Insurance…. contd. Section Interest covered C Forgery or Pecuniary alteration Loss suffered Perils covered by reason of payment / credits to customer A/c in respect of bogus/ fictitious/raised cheques/demand draft/ FDR/Travelers cheques bearing forged endorsement either through counter or clearing house D Money and or Dishonesty/Criminal acts of employees whether singly or in Dishonesty securities connivance E Hypothecated Criminal acts of employees whether Hypothecat goods under singly or in connivance custody

Banker’ Indemnity Insurance…. contd. Section F Registered Postal sending G Appraisers Interest covered Insured Banker’ Indemnity Insurance…. contd. Section F Registered Postal sending G Appraisers Interest covered Insured post parcels Pecuniary loss H Janata Agents, Money and or PYGMY collectors securities Perils covered Transit Risks (Indemnity restricted to 10%of basic SI or Rs. 1 lac whichever is less) Infidelity of appraisers (Indemnity restricted to 5%of basic SI or Rs. 50000 whichever is less) Infidelity of the agents (Indemnity restricted to 5%of basic SI or Rs. 20000 whichever is less)

Banker’ Indemnity Insurance…. contd. Important Exclusions • Ao. G Perils and Subterranean Fire • Banker’ Indemnity Insurance…. contd. Important Exclusions • Ao. G Perils and Subterranean Fire • War & Nuclear perils • Trading losses & losses under abnormal conditions • Directors’ & Partners’ default • Personal transactions & securities and properties under custody • Consequential and legal Liabilities • Computer manipulations and frauds • Repeat losses involving same persons after discovery • Excess: Sec A to E 25% of each and every Loss or 2% of basic sum insured or Rs. 50000 whichever is less and Sec F, G and H 25% of each and every loss. Excess can not be waived

Banker’ Indemnity Insurance…. contd. Rating factors • Basic Sum insured and additional Sum Insured Banker’ Indemnity Insurance…. contd. Rating factors • Basic Sum insured and additional Sum Insured • Number of branches • Extensions ( Flood & EQ , ATMs ) • Nature of bank and level of operations • Claims ratio Other Features • Reinstatement limited to twice the basic sum insured • Retroactive period: In case of non renewal, the date of discovery of loss Should be discovered within 6 months from the date of expiry of the policy and in case of continuous Policy the loss should be discovered within 2 years from the date of such losses during the period of insurance

Fidelity Guarantee Insurance Scope • Intended to provide indemnity against pecuniary loss caused by Fidelity Guarantee Insurance Scope • Intended to provide indemnity against pecuniary loss caused by infidelity of the employees. • The fraud and dishonesty should have been in course of discharging specified d duties and also in respect of money or good entrusted with the employees. • Policy ceases the moment the claim is settled for individual policies. • The name of the employee stands deleted the moment any claim involving his infidelity is reported and settled

Fidelity Guarantee Insurance …. Contd Types of policies 1. Individual Policy 2. Collective Policy Fidelity Guarantee Insurance …. Contd Types of policies 1. Individual Policy 2. Collective Policy 3. Floating Policy 4. Positions policy 5. Blanket Policy Exclusions • Arising anywhere outside India • Arising after change of employment conditions without consent of insurers • Repeat losses involving same person • Deviations from accepted internal check system

Fidelity Guarantee Insurance …. Contd Underwriting Considerations • The relationship between annual emoluments and Fidelity Guarantee Insurance …. Contd Underwriting Considerations • The relationship between annual emoluments and amount of guarantee sought • Financial status of the insured • Method of accounting and well established internal check and control system • Recruitment policy – references obtained while offering employment • Amount of counter guarantee available

Variant form of FG Insurance • Court bonds a. Administration Bond b. Receivership Bond Variant form of FG Insurance • Court bonds a. Administration Bond b. Receivership Bond c. Liquidators Bond • Customs Bond • Excise Bond

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