It’s been a long, tough road, but banks are finally starting to see appreciable increases in commissions from their sales of life and health insurance products.

Banks’ life and health insurance commission revenues rose 184% between 1997 and 1999, according to a study by the bank-insurance consultant Kenneth Kehrer Associates and LIMRA International, a life insurance statistical research firm in Hartford, Conn.

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