Equifax To Meet With Boston Investors

ATLANTA, Sept. 30, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Equifax Inc. (NYSE:EFX) announced that Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Richard F. Smith, Senior Vice President of Investor Relations, Jeff Dodge and Paulino Barros, President, Equifax International will conduct one-on-one meetings with investors in Boston, Wednesday, October 2.

Smith, Dodge and Barros will discuss the company's growth model and second half of the year outlook.

An archive of the presentation will be available on the Equifax corporate Web site at www.equifax.com/investor_center/en_us .

About Equifax

Equifax is a global leader in consumer, commercial and workforce information solutions that provide businesses of all sizes and consumers with insight and information they can trust. Equifax organizes and assimilates data on more than 500 million consumers and 81 million businesses worldwide, and uses advanced analytics and proprietary technology to create and deliver customized insights that enrich both the performance of businesses and the lives of consumers.

Headquartered in Atlanta, Equifax operates or has investments in 18 countries and is a member of Standard & Poor's (S&P) 500® Index. Its common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the symbol EFX. In 2013, Equifax was named a Bloomberg BusinessWeek Top 50 company, was #3 in Fortune's Most Admired list in its category, and was named to InfoWeek 500 as well as the FinTech 100. For more information, please visit www.equifax.com .
CONTACT: Jeff Dodge         Investor Relations         (404) 885-8300         jeff.dodge@equifax.com                  Demitra Wilson         Media Relations         (404) 885-8907         demitra.wilson@equifax.com

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