Triple-S Management Corporation to Present at Deutsche Bank Securities 33rd Annual Healthcare Conference

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, April 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Triple-S Management Corporation (NYSE: GTS) today announced that Ramon M. Ruiz-Comas, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Juan-Jose Roman, Finance Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, will present to investors and financial analysts at the Deutsche Bank Securities 33rd Annual Healthcare Conference in Boston on May 6, 2008, at 4:50 p.m. Eastern time. The presentation will be broadcast live through the Internet and will remain archived for 90 days. You may access the presentation through the Triple-S Management website at http://www.triplesmanagement.com or on the following link: http://www.corporate-ir.net/ireye/conflobby.zhtml?ticker=GTS&item_id=1827497 . (Note: You may need to cut and paste the URL into your browser. This site may not be functional until May 6.)

About Triple-S Management Corporation

Triple-S Management Corporation is the largest managed care company in Puerto Rico and has the exclusive right to use the Blue Shield name and mark throughout the country. It holds a leading market position, with approximately 1 million members across all regions, or about 25 percent of the population. With more than 45 years of experience in the industry, Triple-S Management offers a broad portfolio of managed care and related products in the commercial, Medicare and the Reform markets. It also provides complementary products and services. The Company is the largest provider of life and accident and health insurance and the fourth largest provider of property and casualty insurance in its market.

For more information about Triple-S Management, visit http://www.triplesmanagement.com.

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