Updated Friday, July 31, 2015 as of 11:32 PM ET
Bank Insurance Biz a Mixed Bag in 1Q
Banks on track to generate $1 million in insurance brokerage for the year declined 16%, but the number that saw double-digit increases in brokerage income saw a significant jump.
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