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Thrivent reports assets grow to $82.2 billion

Core business drives company's gains in 2012

10:54 PM, Feb. 27, 2013
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Steadily declining membership hasn't had any effect on Thrivent Financial for Lutherans' asset growth.

The company Thursday reported its assets under management grew to $82.2 billion in 2012, up 8.4 percent from 2011. The company credited its growth to strong sales to existing members in its core business including life, health or short-term disability insurance, and annuities, such as plans for retirement income.

Growth for the Minneapolis-based fraternal benefits society continued a four-year streak despite a membership base that now totals about 2.5 million, down from just ...

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