October 26, 2022

Prudential remembers George Paz, a Board of Directors member

‘His unique contributions will be missed’ — Chairman and CEO Charlie Lowrey.

October 11, 2022

Combating the fear of coming out

How one Prudential employee is learning to support his teen’s journey.

September 29, 2022

Finding her place between two worlds

Graphic designer Crystal Herrera tried to fit in — until she learned to stand out.

September 22, 2022

The Model Minority Myth poses a major problem

The stereotype says Asian Americans are smart and successful. What’s so bad about that? Keep reading.

September 22, 2022

Motofusa Hamada to succeed retiring Mitsuo Kurashige as CEO of Japanese insurance operations

As CEO of the Japan insurance operations, Hamada will oversee the company’s three life insurance businesses in Japan — Prudential Life Insurance, Gibraltar Life Insurance, and Prudential Gibraltar Financial Life Insurance.

September 13, 2022

Prudential and MetLife entrusted to fulfill $16B in pension obligations for 100,000 IBM retirement plan participants and beneficiaries

Prudential has been selected to participate in a $16 billion pension risk transfer transaction with International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), the second-largest pension risk transfer ever in the U.S. market.

September 13, 2022

Prudential Financial seeks to honor teens driving progress

The Prudential Emerging Visionaries program will recognize students ages 14–18 creating positive change in their communities.

September 01, 2022

Prudential announces $25,000 life insurance policy sweepstakes, free webinar with ‘The Budgetnista,’ to mark Life Insurance Awareness Month

Company aims to help Americans understand how life insurance can improve their financial security

August 23, 2022

What brought them to Pru

For these employees, their diverse backgrounds have been their path to success and an asset to the company.

July 27, 2022

Prudential Pulse: Americans prepare for economy’s next act

Faced with rising inflation and looming recession, Americans — particularly millennials and women — are in a precarious financial position, new Prudential survey finds.