Gimme shelter: Desire for safety from volatility drives annuities sales resurgence

Prudential Annuities’ sales beat industry average as the business offers new products, expands distribution and moves into new markets.

Prudential signs court brief supporting LGBTQ non-discrimination

Prudential has joined 205 companies across the U.S. in supporting the protection of sexual orientation and gender identity employment rights under federal civil rights laws.

Prudential Financial sustainability report details financial resilience, responsible impact

Prudential Financial, Inc. released its 2018 sustainability report, detailing how the company supports its four building blocks of long-term vitality: financial sustainability, customer focus, investing in people and responsible impact.

Quincy Krosby’s Q3 2019 Commentary: The Fed to the Rescue?

No doubt the difficulty facing the Fed is how much of the broadening economic slowdown is due to concerns over a trade war, or a general deceleration of economic activity that is only partially related to trade, says Prudential’s chief market strategist.

Prudential Capital Group adopts PGIM Private Capital as new global brand name

Prudential Capital Group has renamed its global investment business as PGIM Private Capital. With over $86 billion in assets under management (as of March 31, 2019), the business is the private capital arm of PGIM, the $1.2 trillion global investment management business of Prudential Financial, Inc. (NYSE: PRU).

How do we prep for a workplace we can’t yet imagine?

Sixty-five percent of the jobs that today’s elementary school students will eventually hold don’t even have names yet. That’s a prediction from the World Economic Forum. And it’s just one proof point that demonstrates why continuous learning and a focus on skills development remain critical at work. Prudential Vice Chairman Rob Falzon tackled that topic head on in a session at the Aspen Ideas Festival.

The next chapter in the U.S. – China trade war

President Trump and President Xi are talking again and, for the time being, the trade war is not on an escalating trajectory. The deeper question is, how much closer are we to a final resolution?


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