Bussey Receives Northwestern Mutual's Emerald Award

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Anthony Bussey, a Northwestern Mutual financial advisor based in Chattanooga, is receiving the company’s Emerald award based on an outstanding year of helping clients achieve financial security. 

 

“We’re proud of financial professionals like Anthony who are helping so many people develop plans to achieve financial security,” said Northwestern Mutual Executive Vice President Todd M.

Schoon. “Our 2012 Longevity & Preparedness Study shows that Americans are living longer but many are financially unprepared to live into their 70s, 80s and 90s.  Thousands of families and business owners seek out professionals like Anthony to develop solid financial plans that stand the test of time.”


Northwestern Mutual will recognize Bussey at its 133rd Annual Meeting event in July, held in Milwaukee, Wis.  Bussey joins an exclusive group of representatives across the country who have achieved recognition.


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