There is an enormous but untapped potential for securities distribution through banking channels.

In 1991, banking institutions sold about $10 billion of proprietary and private-label mutual funds. Another $8 billion to $10 billion in mutual funds and $9 billion in annuities were sold through third-party broker-dealer marketing companies working with banks.

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