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Bank of Maharashtra insurance foray

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Mumbai, Dec 22

Bank of Maharashtra has decided to establish a three-way venture for general insurance with Shriram Financial Services Holdings and Sanlam of South Africa. The bank will hold equity stake of 15 per cent. "The bank will approach the regulatory authorities for necessary approvals shortly," said a BSE announcement.

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