Though sales of variable life insurance sales were down in 2000, the bank channel’s share has been on the rise, and Nationwide Financial is right in line with that trend.

The Columbus, Ohio, company collected $36 million of variable life premiums — 6% of its total variable life sales — through banks last year, up 73% from 1999.

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