Hedging its bets, Hartford Financial Services Group Inc. plans to increase life insurance sales by focusing on developing relationships with independent financial advisers, as opposed to the big-bank channel.
Historically, the Connecticut insurer has developed most of its life insurance business through "megabanks," said Brian D. Murphy, an executive vice president in its individual life division, but sales through these companies have fallen in recent years.
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