John Hancock Life Insurance Co., which since 1996 has insured large banks for payouts they must make when key executives die, has introduced its first such product for small and medium-size banks.

Banks buy "bank-owned life insurance," or BOLI, to cover benefit plan expenses such as life insurance as well as qualified and nonqualified deferred compensation. The bank is the policy beneficiary.

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