Income annuities aren't a good product fit for every insurance company. But for New York Life, a mutual company with tons of reserves and a big book of life insurance, they make perfect sense.
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By re-valuing each client's annuity contract each day, New York Life enables advisors to charge a fee based on the (shrinking) cost of replacing the income stream.
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Prudential has created a cost structure for its top-selling VA that satisfies the broker's client-focus. At left, Merry Mosbacher of Edward Jones.
In 2010, MetLife sold about $18.3 billion worth of variable annuities, of which about two-thirds have the GMIB option.
Divestitures should drive a significant portion of deal activity in 2011, PwC said. Large banks and insurance companies that need to bolster capital levels are divesting non-core operations and margin-dilutive subsidiaries.
The insurer has also added to the team supporting the product, led by Corey Walther, Head of Investment Relations and Fee-Based Distribution for Allianz Life Financial Services, LLC.
Brief or late-breaking items from DST Systems, Senior Market Sales, Conning Research, BNY Mellon, Mutual of Omaha, Mesirow Financial, ASPPA, Lockton Retirement Services, Huntington Investment Co., Allianz Global Investors and Putnam.