I have an interview with John Hancock next week. I know they do pretty much insurance. Any body know if it is a good place to work from an advisor view. I have a little over a year of experience in the industry, just looking for a place to sit long-term.
They have good products...if you HAD to be proprietary. JH is the overall best across the board (good MF's, VA, LTC, 401K platform, etc) IMO as far as in-house products, except maybe one of the big wires. ML has good in-house stuff too, even though I didn't use it.