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Insurance broking firm, IndianMoney Insurance, gets new CEO

IndianMoney Insurance is a subsidiary of financial information platform Indianmoney.com.

, ET Bureau|
Jul 30, 2019, 12.49 PM IST
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"IndianMoney’s aspirations to meet the premium collection target of Rs 1,000 crore by 2021 has got a lot of momentum with this," said CS Sudheer, CEO, IndianMoney.com.
NEW DELHI: Insurance broking firm IndianMoney Insurance has appointed Rahul Brahmne as CEO, said the company in a press release. Brahmne was previously vice-president at online insurance platform Turtlemint.

Brahmne said that the company’s focus this year would be on health and life insurance products, as well as creating a transparent distribution model for customers. “IndianMoney, with its over 5 million existing customers knows what customer expects from the distributor, not only from a product advisory point of view but also from a service point of view. These insights will help us scale up our call center operations to 3000 seats considering the phenomenal response we received immediately after launching our operations,” he said Brahmne.

IndianMoney Insurance is a subsidiary of financial information platform Indianmoney.com.

Speaking about Brahmne’s appointment, C S Sudheer, CEO of IndianMoney.com, said, “I am sure his vast experience in Digital Insurance space will help us build one of the most trusted and admired digital insurance distribution platforms in India. IndianMoney’s aspirations to meet the premium collection target of Rs 1,000 crore by 2021 has got a lot of momentum with this. Rahul is joining our team of ever enthusiastic engineers and professionals who are determined to build the most efficient Insurance distribution platform in India.”

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