The group annuity business — which allows corporations to reduce the risks associated with managing their pension funds – continues to thrive, even if, in the grand scheme of things, it is still relatively small.

In 2017, according to a recent annual review from Willis Towers Watson, a pension fund-consulting firm, the volume of business undertaken by more than 100 pension funds rose to $3.7 billion, about $1 billion more than in 2016.

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