Western National Corp.'s annuity sales got off to a slow start this year but have now picked up steam, thanks in part to new bank sales.

The Houston-based company - one of the country's largest annuity underwriters - is expecting its sales of fixed annuities through banks to reach $180 million this quarter. That's 63% higher than in the second quarter and 3% more than in third quarter 1994.

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