The top 25 sellers of variable annuities

Participating issuers, ranked by sales

Feb 26, 2012 @ 12:01 am

2011 rank2010 rankIssuerNew sales ($M)% change vs. 20102011 market share% share change vs. 2010
12MetLife$21,207.961.0%18.2%37.9%
21Prudential Financial$15,824.71.7%13.6%-12.8%
34Jackson National$13,738.331.1%11.8%12.4%
43TIAA-CREF*$10,134.1-4.0%8.7%-17.9%
55Lincoln Financial Group$7,150.38.4%6.1%-7.6%
67SunAmerica/VALIC$5,964.931.7%5.1%10.9%
79Nationwide$5,305.348.4%4.6%27.8%
86Axa Equitable$5,132.79.0%4.4%-6.4%
98Ameriprise Financial$4,843.611.7%4.2%-4.5%
1010AEGON/Transamerica$3,879.141.1%3.3%17.9%
1112Allianz Life$2,871.725.2%2.5%8.7%
1213Pacific Life$2,566.823.6%2.2%4.8%
1311Sun Life Financial$2,332.3-7.5%2.0%-20.0%
1418Protective$1,873.955.0%1.6%33.3%
1517New York Life$1,820.927.5%1.6%14.3%
1616Thrivent Financial$1,778.121.4%1.5%0.0%
1719Fidelity Investments Life$1,455.925.1%1.2%0.0%
1815ING Group$1,440.4-21.4%1.2%-33.3%
1914John Hancock$1,427.4-29.4%1.2%-40.0%
2020Ohio National$1,191.42.9%1.0%-16.7%
2122Northwestern Mutual$1,049.025.0%0.9%12.5%
2224Guardian$794.242.9%0.7%16.7%
2321Hartford$681.3-40.6%0.6%-50.0%
2423Massachusetts Mutual$555.2-11.8%0.5%-16.7%
2527Mutual of America$351.99.2%0.3%0.0%
As of Sept. 30. *The bulk of TIAA-CREF's variable annuity assets are generated from group annuity sales of retirement plans, rather than retail sales.Source: Source: Morningstar Inc.

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