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LIC IPO Live Updates: Total subscription at 2.64 times on final day; QIB portion booked 2.33 times,… – Moneycontrol

May 09, 2022 / 03:20 PM IST

Here are LIC’s risk and concerns highlighted by Motilal Oswal

Adverse variation in persistency metrics could have a material effect on LIC’s financial performance

Change in regulations could adversely impact business

LIC is highly dependent on individual agents. If LIC is unable to retain and recruit individual agents on a timely basis and at reasonable cost, there could be a material adverse effect on its operations.

If actual claims experienced and other parameters are different from the assumptions used in pricing its products and setting reserves for its products, it could have a material adverse effect on LIC business.

A significant proportion of LIC’s total new business premiums are generated by participating products and single premium products, and any significant regulatory changes or market developments that adversely affect sales of such products could have a material adverse effect on its business.

May 09, 2022 / 03:14 PM IST

Peer Comparison

May 09, 2022 / 03:07 PM IST

LIC IPO: Issue subscribed 2.64 times on final day

The initial public offering of Life Insurance Corporation of India has received healthy response from investors as the offer has subscribed 2.64 times, receiving bids for 43.3 crore equity shares against IPO size of 16.2 crore equity shares.

The portion set aside for policyholders has been subscribed 5.86 times, employees bid 4.26 times the allotted quota and retail investors 1.89 times, while the reserved portion of qualified institutional buyers has booked 2.43 times and that of non-institutional investors 2.34 times.

May 09, 2022 / 02:46 PM IST

LIC Persistency RatioPersistency ratio is the proportion of the business that is retained from the business underwritten earlier. It is calculated for each year’s policy renewal. For example, LIC has 79 percent persistency ratio for 13th month, which means 79 policies out of 100 are renewed after one-year of completion. The higher it is, the better it is for the company. 

LIC Persistency Ratio     Persistency ratio is the proportion of the business that is retained from the business underwritten earlier. It is calculated for each year's policy renewal. For example, LIC has 79 percent persistency ratio for 13th month, which means 79 policies out of 100 are renewed after one-year of completion. The higher it is, the better it is for the company. 

May 09, 2022 / 02:44 PM IST

LIC IPO: Issue subscribed 2.55 times on final day

The initial public offering of Life Insurance Corporation of India has received healthy response from investors as the offer has subscribed 2.55 times, receiving bids for 41.28 crore equity shares against IPO size of 16.2 crore equity shares.

The portion set aside for policyholders has been subscribed 5.74 times, employees bid 4.21 times the allotted quota and retail investors 1.85 times, while the reserved portion of qualified institutional buyers has booked 2.22 times and that of non-institutional investors 2.13 times.

May 09, 2022 / 02:32 PM IST

Robust pan India distribution network driven by individual agents

LIC has a robust pan India omni-channel distribution platform for individual products which comprises of (i) individual agents, (ii) bancassurance partners, (iii) alternate channels (iv) digital sales (v) Micro Insurance agents and (vi) Point of Sales Persons-Life Insurance scheme. LIC has the largest individual agent network among life insurance entities in India, comprising approximately 1.33 million individual agents as on 31st December 2021, which was 6.8 times the number of individual agents of the 2nd largest life insurer.

As on 31st December 2021, LIC had 2,048 branch offices and 1,559 satellite offices in India, covering 91 percent of all districts in India. LIC’s individual policies are primarily distributed by their individual agents who were responsible for sourcing 94.8%/96.2% of LIC’s NBP for their individual products in India, for FY2021/9MFY2022 respectively. (Source: Angel Broking)

May 09, 2022 / 02:23 PM IST

LIC IPO: Issue subscribed 2.50 times on final day

The initial public offering of Life Insurance Corporation of India has received healthy response from investors as the offer has subscribed 2.5 times, receiving bids for 40.54 crore equity shares against IPO size of 16.2 crore equity shares.

The portion set aside for policyholders has been subscribed 5.70 times, employees bid 4.19 times the allotted quota and retail investors 1.84 times, while the reserved portion of qualified institutional buyers has booked 2.13 times and that of non-institutional investors 2.07 times.

May 09, 2022 / 02:06 PM IST

Policies issued by LIC and Other Players in FY21

Policies issued by LIC and Other Players in FY21

May 09, 2022 / 01:58 PM IST

LIC IPO: Issue subscribed 2.41 times on final day

The initial public offering of Life Insurance Corporation of India has received healthy response from investors as the offer has subscribed 2.41 times, receiving bids for 39.12 crore equity shares against IPO size of 16.2 crore equity shares.

The portion set aside for policyholders has been subscribed 5.65 times, employees bid 4.15 times the allotted quota and retail investors 1.81 times, while the reserved portion of qualified institutional buyers has booked 1.97 times and that of non-institutional investors 1.96 times.

May 09, 2022 / 01:56 PM IST

Underpenetrated life insurance industry offers huge potential

India’s life insurance penetration stood at just 3.2 percent in CY20 versus 7.6 percent/6.4 percent/3.4 percent in Singapore/ S. Korea/Thailand – its Asian peers. The protection gap for India is also the highest at 83% (CY19) amongst APAC.

As per Crisil, the GWP/NBP for life insurers is expected to grow at 14-15 percent/17-18 percent CAGR over FY21-26, taking penetration level to 3.8 percent of GDP.

May 09, 2022 / 01:49 PM IST

LIC Financial Summary

LIC Financial Summary

May 09, 2022 / 01:42 PM IST

LIC IPO: Issue subscribed 2.33 times on final day

The initial public offering of Life Insurance Corporation of India has received healthy response from investors as the offer has subscribed 2.33 times, receiving bids for 37.74 crore equity shares against IPO size of 16.2 crore equity shares.

The portion set aside for policyholders has been subscribed 5.59 times, employees bid 4.13 times the allotted quota and retail investors 1.8 times, while the reserved portion of qualified institutional buyers has booked 1.73 times and that of non-institutional investors 1.84 times.