Indexed Variable Annuities (IVAs) v. Structured Annuities
Posted by William Byrnes on July 14, 2014
Indexed variable annuities (IVAs) and structured annuities are two relatively new types of hybrid annuity products that are causing rampant confusion in today’s annuity marketplace. Used properly, these products can perform a significant role in a client’s portfolio, making it more important than ever to understand the nuances of these two annuity types.
The investment options offered by IVAs and structured annuities are extremely varied — in terms of opportunities for both market participation and downside protection — making the issue of client suitability particularly important. Today’s clients are looking for a customized product.
So it is time to begin asking: When it comes to IVAs and structured annuities, which product is the right fit? Read the answer of Professor William Byrnes and Robert Bloink at LifeHealthPro
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