Curian Capital, which has made headway in the asset management market by offering a range of low-minimum separately managed accounts (SMAs) to high-net-worth individuals, further expanded Monday when it announced it would become the sub-advisor for Lansing, Mich.-based Jackson National Life Insurance Company.

Jackson National Life, which owns 23 variable annuity sub-accounts, decided that the three sub-advisors it employed could be replaced by one, and tabbed Curian as the one.

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