United India Insurance Company Limited

United India Insurance Company Limited

United India Insurance Company Limited (UIIC) ( A Govt. Of India Undertaking) is the one among the 4 public General Insurance Companies of India and a leading General Insurance player including public and private sector. With the networth of Rs 4,587 crores as on September 30, 2011, The company has more than three decades of experience in Non-life Insurance business. It was formed by the merger of 22 companies, consequent to the nationalisation of General Insurance companies in India. Its Head Quarters is at 24, Whites Road, Chennai, India.

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