With many of the old boundaries between banking, brokerage, and insurance crumbling, today’s financial services companies, whatever form they take, all must provide component products from each of the major industry areas. Banks offer insurance products, such as annuities and life insurance, while brokerage firms offer bank products, like checking accounts and mortgages, for example. This is especially true in private wealth management, where a variety of services from banking, brokerage, and insurance can be marketed to the same client.
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