The largest variable annuity providers

Participating issuers, ranked by net assets and new sales

Feb 19, 2016 @ 11:47 am

By Ellie Zhu

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VA sales have been in a slump the last several years. In 2014, the last full year for which figures are available, industry sales dropped to $138 billion, an 11.5% decline from 2011.

This interactive graphic looks at the top variable annuity providers in the 3rd quarter of 2015. For more, read InvestmentNews' full Spotlight on Annuity Strategies special report.

Please click on the buttons and hover over the box to see the details of each category.

Source: Morningstar, A.M. Best; Note: Lincoln Financial Group's 3rd quarter net asset numbers have yet to be reported. In order to represent market share, 2nd quarter numbers have been used; Financials as of Sept. 30, 2015; Ratings as of Feb. 15, 2016
* Under review with developing implications; ** Under review with negative implications; *** Main North American life insurance subsidiary only (Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America); **** Separated from Voya Financial in 1Q2015.

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