Traditional life insurance agents' lead in policy sales will continue to narrow as banks, financial planners, and stockbrokers play catch-up, a Conning & Co. study predicts.

Though traditional life insurance agents were responsible for 79% of life insurance sales last year, that will drop to 68% by 2003, according to the study, "Life Insurance Distribution Strategies: Testing the Waters 1999."

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