The project of law on separation and regulation of banking activities adopted by the Senate on 22 March 2013 includes provisions aimed at improving the business practices for funeral payment plans. It provides for the allocation to the funeral of the subscriber or adherent, up to their cost, of the capital paid to the beneficiary and also that these contracts are eligible to the mechanism of profit sharing. Concerning unclaimed life insurance, the project of law also strengthens the mechanisms imposing on insurers to examine each year the death file. The project of law must now be debated on second reading in the National Assembly.