Friedman and Corso Headline Transamerica's Annual Coaching Forum DENVER, Jan. 24, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Transamerica's commitment to bringing distinguished financial professionals together with some of the best minds in the industry continues this spring with the fifth annual Coaching Forum. The invitation-only event will feature tax and policy expert Andy Friedman, sports personality Lee Corso, and a host of experts on a wide range of subjects including retirement planning, investing, economics, business building, health and wellbeing, and psychology. The Coaching Forum will be held in Philadelphia (April 18-19), Atlanta (April 25-26), Chicago (May 9-10) and Phoenix (May 20-21). Financial professionals should contact their Transamerica wholesaler to learn how to be a part of this event, which was created by Dave Paulsen, Chief Executive Officer of Transamerica Capital, Inc. "The Transamerica Coaching Forum began at the unlikeliest of time – the very start of the financial crisis," Paulsen said. "While our competitors were focused on shoring up their own ship and weathering the storm, we were looking for ways to reach out and help our financial professional partners. I think this event underscores our commitment." Friedman, who served as tax counsel to all of this country's major professional sports leagues, remains one of the more sought-after speakers on what is happening inside the Beltway. For advisors, Friedman delivers talking points and strategies for the current fiscal and tax environment, investments, wealth transfers and retirement planning. Corso is best known for his colorful personality and bold predictions as an analyst on ESPN's College GameDay program. A former college player and coach, Corso's enthusiasm and infectious energy have helped make him one of the country's top inspirational speakers. Financial professionals interested in learning more about the Coaching Forum and how Transamerica can help build their business, should contact the sales desk at 1-800-851-7555, or visit http://transamericaforum.com/COACHINGFORUM.aspx for more information. To learn more about our retirement income solutions and investments for all market conditions, visit www.transamericaannuities.com or www.transamericainvestments.com or call the sales desk at 1-800-851-7555. About Transamerica Capital, Inc. Transamerica Capital, Inc. is the underwriting and wholesaling broker/dealer for variable annuities issued by Transamerica Life Insurance Company and Transamerica Financial Life Insurance Company. All of these companies are AEGON companies. Transamerica Capital, Inc. works with financial professionals at wirehouse, regional, independent, and bank firms to provide a variety of insurance and investment solutions. About AEGON N.V. AEGON N.V., based in The Hague, The Netherlands, has life insurance, pension and investment businesses in over 20 markets in the Americas, Europe and Asia. AEGON companies employ approximately 26,500 people and have over 40 million customers across the globe. For more information about AEGON, visit www.aegon.com. Before investing consider annuity or mutual fund investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses carefully before investing. The prospectus and/or summary prospectus contains this and other information. Call Transamerica at 1-800-851-7555 for a mutual fund or variable annuity prospectus. Please read it carefully. Securities may lose value and are not insured by the FDIC or any federal government agency. They are not a deposit of or guaranteed by any bank, bank affiliate, or credit union. Securities are underwritten and distributed by Transamerica Capital, Inc. Contact Information: Transamerica Brenna Miller Phone - 720.488.7897 Email – firstname.lastname@example.org ECFPR0113 This information was brought to you by Cision http://www.cisionwire.com http://www.cisionwire.com/transamerica-capital--inc-/r/friedman-and-corso-headline-transamerica-s-annual-coaching-forum,c9359909
Friedman and Corso Headline Transamerica's Annual Coaching Forum
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