Changing channels

Lee, Karen
January 2002
Employee Benefit News;Jan2002, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p27
Explores the changing role of brokers in the procurement of benefits in the United States. Number of banks offering some form of brokerage services; Problems facing banks regarding their brokerage service; Impact of the Internet on the internal aspect of distribution; Worksite sales posted by the voluntary benefit market in 2000.


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