THE CORPORATE LIBRARY

Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

CIGNA Corporation (CI)

3/24/2006 Proxy Information

The Corporate Governance Committee retained SpencerStuart, a third party search firm, to assist the Committee in identifying and evaluating candidates for Board membership who best match CIGNA’s Director Recruitment Criteria and would best be able to carry out the “Responsibilities of CIGNA Corporation Directors.” SpencerStuart recommended and facilitated recruitment of Isaiah Harris, Jr. and Roman Martinez IV.

As discussed above, during 2005, CIGNA and its subsidiaries engaged in various business transactions with other corporations whose executive officers are also CIGNA Directors. Management believes that these transactions were in the ordinary course of business and on terms as favorable as CIGNA would have received from unaffiliated persons or organizations. Similar transactions will likely occur in varying amounts during 2006.

In 2005, CIGNA paid approximately $91,000 in legal fees to the law firm of Davis & Harman, LLP. A member of Davis & Harman, LLP is the spouse of Judith E. Soltz, Executive Vice President and General Counsel of CIGNA. From time to time, CIGNA may have employees who are related to our executive officers. A CIGNA employee since 2002, Chester Bell, Mr. Michael Bell’s brother, was a Sales Representative for CIGNA Group Insurance during 2005. He earned $98,910 in base salary and commissions. A CIGNA employee since 1994, Mr. Scott Storrer’s wife, Kathleen Storrer, was a Marketing Product Senior Specialist for CIGNA Group Insurance Product Development and Management during 2005. She earned $127,983 in base salary, stock compensation, and bonus. Both Mr. Bell and Mrs. Storrer participate in employee benefit plans and programs generally made available to employees of similar responsibility levels and their compensation is commensurate with their peers’. Neither was hired by or reports to their relative.

3/21/2005 Proxy Information

During 2004, CIGNA and its subsidiaries engaged in business transactions with other corporations whose executive officers are also CIGNA Directors. Among those transactions were:

• ARAMARK Corporation paid CIGNA approximately $7,500,000 (including employee contributions) for employee benefits. CIGNA paid ARAMARK approximately $500,000 for food services. Joseph Neubauer, who is not standing for re-election as a Director at the April 2005 meeting, is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ARAMARK Corporation.

• CIGNA received approximately $24,000 from the University of Cincinnati for long-term disability and life insurance coverages. Jane E. Henney, M.D. is Senior Vice President and Provost of Health Affairs at the University of Cincinnati.

• CIGNA paid Yellow Roadway approximately $60,000 for motor freight and other products and services. Yellow Roadway paid CIGNA approximately $850,000 for employee health care coverage and services. William D. Zollars is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Yellow Roadway.

In 2004, CIGNA paid approximately $418,000 in legal fees to the law firm of Davis & Harman, LLP. A member of Davis & Harman, LLP is the spouse of Judith E. Soltz, Executive Vice President and General Counsel of CIGNA.

During 2004, various CIGNA companies engaged in transactions with Franklin Resources, Inc. which beneficially owns more than five percent of CIGNA’s outstanding common stock. Franklin Templeton, an affiliate of Franklin Resources, Inc., paid CIGNA companies approximately $1.6 million for health care service fees and other insurance services.

Management believes that transactions described in this section were in the ordinary course of business and on terms as favorable as CIGNA would have received from unaffiliated persons or organizations. Similar transactions will likely occur in varying amounts during 2005.

3/26/2004 Proxy Information

CIGNA companies engaged in the following types of transactions with entities (or their subsidiaries) of which CIGNA directors were executive officers or 10% shareholders during 2003: • providing insurance coverages, health care services, pension contracts, and related products and services to these entities; • purchasing various products and services from these entities; • acquiring, disposing of, or holding debt or equity issued by these entities; and • relying on the credit of these entities.

Various CIGNA directors and executive officers purchased products marketed by CIGNA companies. None of these transactions exceeded reportable thresholds. In 2003, CIGNA paid approximately $350,000 in legal fees to the law firm of Davis & Harman LLP. A member of Davis & Harman LLP, is the spouse of Judith E. Soltz, Executive Vice President and General Counsel of CIGNA.

During 2003, various CIGNA companies engaged in transactions with Barclays PLC (see page 30) which beneficially owns more than 5 percent of CIGNA’s outstanding common stock. CIGNA companies paid Barclays PLC approximately $688,000 for investment management services. Barclays PLC paid CIGNA companies approximately $13,000,000 for health care coverage and services.

Management believes that transactions described in this section were in the ordinary course of business and on terms as favorable as CIGNA would have received from unaffiliated persons or organizations. Similar transactions will likely occur in varying amounts during 2004.

3/21/2003 Proxy Information

In 2002, CIGNA paid approximately $231,500 in legal fees to the law firm of Davis & Harman LLP. A member of Davis & Harman LLP, is the spouse of Judith E. Soltz, Executive Vice President and General Counsel of CIGNA.

During 2002, various CIGNA companies engaged in transactions with companies that beneficially own more than 5 percent of CIGNA's outstanding common stock. These transactions included, for Alliance Capital Management L.P., approximately $193,000 paid to CIGNA companies for investment management services and approximately $406,000 paid to CIGNA companies for health care coverage and services. These transactions also included, for Barclays PLC, approximately $158,000 paid to Barclays for investment management services, and approximately $8,700,000 paid to CIGNA companies for health care coverage and services.