FP50 2017: Which IBDs made the most in annuity sales?
October 13, 2017 by Tobias Salinger
Still, the No. 1 firm took in more than $915 million last year from annuities, more than twice as much as its nearest competitor. Together, the top 10 firms raked in nearly $2.8 billion in revenue. To get the full list, please click through our slideshow.
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The companies provided their annual revenue effective Dec. 31, 2016 for FP‘s survey.