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Aegon's (AEG) CEO Alex Wynaendts on Q4 2016 Results - Earnings Call Transcript [Seeking Alpha]

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PDF AEGON NV (ADR) (NYSE: AEG ) Q4 2016 Earnings Conference Call February 17, 2017 03:00 AM ET Executives Willem van den Berg - Head of IR Alex Wynaendts - CEO Analysts Ashik Musaddi - J. P. Morgan Albert Ploegh - ING Darshan Mistry - Citigroup Farooq Hanif - Credit Suisse Arjan van Veen - UBS Farquhar Murray - Autonomous Research Nadine van der Meulen - Morgan Stanley Nick Holmes - Societe Generale Bart Horsten - Kempen & Company Andy Hughes - Macquarie Group Gordon Aitken - RBC Capital Markets Steven Haywood - HSBC Willem van den Berg Good morning everyone and thank you for joining this conference call on Aegon's Fourth Quarter 2016 Results. We would appreciate it if you take a moment to review our disclaimer on forward looking statements which is at the back of this presentation. After the prepared remarks, our CEO, Alex Wynaendts, will answer your questions. Matt Rider is joining us today; however, as he has not been formally appointed [Read more]

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