Several recent federal appellate court decisions have far-reaching implications for the means by which banks offer annuity and insurance products.

In reaction to the litigation involved, certain insurance industry interests, particularly the independent agents, have aggressively recruited the support of lawmakers for Congressional action to curtail the authority of banks under the National Bank Act to sell various types of insurance without geographic restriction.

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