Financial services group Sanlam has bought a controlling stake in the two Indian businesses in which it first invested in the mid-2000s in a move that it says will deliver strong dividends in the medium to long term.

The group said it had increased its stake in Shriram General Insurance Company from 40.25% to 50.99%, and in Shriram Life Insurance Company from 42.38% to 54.40%...

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