Aflac Incorporated to Present at the Citi 2013 U.S. Financial Services Conference

Wed Feb 27, 2013 4:38pm EST

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COLUMBUS, Georgia,  Feb. 27, 2013  /PRNewswire/ -- Aflac Incorporated (NYSE:
AFL) announced today that it will make a presentation at the Citi 2013 U.S.
Financial Services Conference. Aflac Incorporated Chief Financial Officer  Kriss
Cloninger III  will represent the company, and is scheduled to make a
presentation on  March 6, 2013, at  8:20 a.m. EST. The Aflac Incorporated
presentation will cover the company's outlook for 2013 and its strategy for
growth in the U.S. and Japanese insurance markets.  

The presentation will be webcast live at the following web address:

When a policyholder gets sick or hurt, Aflac pays cash benefits fast. For nearly
six decades, Aflac insurance policies have given policyholders the opportunity
to focus on recovery, not financial stress. In  the United States, Aflac is the
number one provider of guaranteed-renewable insurance. In  Japan, Aflac is the
number one life insurance company in terms of individual policies in force.
Aflac individual and group insurance products provide protection to more than 50
million people worldwide. For six consecutive years, Aflac has been recognized
by  Ethisphere  magazine as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies. In 2013,
FORTUNE magazine recognized Aflac as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For
in America for the 15th consecutive year. Also, FORTUNE magazine included Aflac
on its list of Most Admired Companies for the 11th time in 2012. Aflac
Incorporated is a Fortune 500 company listed on the New York Stock Exchange
under the symbol AFL. To find out more about Aflac, visit  or

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Analyst and investor contact -  Robin Y. Wilkey, 706.596.3264 and 800.235.2667,
FAX:  706.324.6330, or

Media contact -  Laura Kane, 706.596.3493, FAX: 706.320.2288, or




SOURCE  Aflac Incorporated

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