Last year was the worst year for bank-sold annuities in the past decade—yet banks’ income from the products seems to have defied gravity, posting just a small decline.

What’s going on? It appears that banks have shifted significantly to a fee-based sales approach for the products, away from the old up-front-commission model.

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