Sallie Mae Vice Chairman & CEO To Present At Credit Suisse Financial Services Forum On Feb. 13

Sallie Mae (NASDAQ: SLM), the nation’s No. 1 financial services company specializing in education, today announced that Vice Chairman & CEO Albert L. Lord will speak at the 14th Annual Credit Suisse Financial Services Forum on Wednesday, Feb. 13. Lord will deliver remarks at 9:30 a.m. EST at the Mandarin Oriental Resort in Miami, Fla. A live audio webcast, along with any written materials or slides used during the presentation, will be available at SallieMae.com/investors. A replay will be available approximately two hours following the presentation through Feb. 27.

Sallie Mae (NASDAQ: SLM) is the nation’s No. 1 financial services company specializing in education. Celebrating 40 years of making a difference, Sallie Mae continues to turn education dreams into reality for American families, today serving 25 million customers. With products and services that include 529 college savings plans, Upromise rewards, scholarship search and planning tools, education loans, insurance, and online banking, Sallie Mae offers solutions that help families save, plan, and pay for college. Sallie Mae also provides financial services to hundreds of college campuses as well as to federal and state governments. Learn more at SallieMae.com. Commonly known as Sallie Mae, SLM Corporation and its subsidiaries are not sponsored by or agencies of the United States of America.

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