Kathmandu. Non-life insurance companies have also collected Rs 2.99 billion in the first month of the current fiscal year. The insurance fee has been collected for selling 241,837 insurance policies. This insurance company has been in the forefront of charging such fees before.
Shikhar Insurance Company has earned the highest premium of Rs 330 million in July. Similarly, the second-ranked Sagarmatha earned Rs 300 million while the third-ranked NECO earned Rs 260 million.
The fourth-ranked Siddhartha Insurance Company has also earned Rs 260 million in insurance premiums. The fifth-ranked Himalayan General Insurance Company has managed to earn Rs 230 million in insurance premiums.
Similarly, the rest of the companies are Premier Insurance Company with Rs 220 million, NLG Rs 200 million, The Oriental Rs 170 million, United Rs 150 million, Prabhu Rs 130 million, IME General Rs 130 million, National Insurance Rs 120 million, Prudential Rs 120 million and Ajod Rs 120 million. Nepal Insurance has managed to earn Rs 110 million, Everest Rs 110 million, Lumbini Rs 100 million, General Rs 70 million and Sanima Rs 60 million.