Thrifts sell twice as many annuities as commercial banks, in relation their asset bases, according to a study.

Compared with commercial banks, the top annuity-selling thrifts in the nation had markedly better sales-to-assets ratios in the fourth quarter of 1994, according to Mamaroneck, N.Y.-based Bank Insurance Market Research Group.

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