Aetna Statement Regarding Subpoena From New York Attorney General
HARTFORD, Conn., June 11, 2004 — Aetna (NYSE: ΑET) announced today that it has received a subpoena from the New York Attorney General regarding the issue of broker compensation. The subpoena is part of an industry-wide inquiry that began earlier this year. The company intends to cooperate fully with the Attorney General’s inquiry.
As one of the nation’s leading providers of health care, dental, pharmacy, group life, disability and long-term care benefits, Aetna puts information and helpful resources to work for its approximately 13.3 million medical members, 11.2 million dental members, 8.1 million pharmacy members and 12.4 million group insurance members to help them make better informed decisions about their health care and protect their finances against health-related risks. Aetna provides easy access to cost effective health care through a nationwide network of more than 618,000 health care professionals, including over 370,000 primary care and specialist doctors and 3,783 hospitals. For more information, please visit www.aetna.com. (Figures as of March 31, 2004)