LIC plans dividends, bonus issues to revive battered stock: Report

Life insurance companies primarily sell two types of products: the first are ‘participating policies’ where profits are shared with customers and second are ‘non-participating,’ or ‘non-par,’ policies that have fixed returns. LIC parks the premium it collects from the latter in a non-participating fund.

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