Quincy Krosby’s Q4 2019 Commentary: All of the Above

What’s to blame for moving markets in one direction or another? Trade negotiations? An attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil refining infrastructure and heightened geopolitical/military risk in the region? The efficacy of the latest round of global central bank accommodation? An impeachment inquiry? Earnings reports? Call it “all of the above.”

American workers putting more thought into choosing annual benefits, new Prudential survey shows

Almost two-thirds of American workers did not automatically choose the same benefits as the previous year, indicating they are putting more thought into their choices during open enrollment, a new survey released by Prudential Financial shows.

Crowdfunding funerals: Taking a chance on financial security

Families left to rely on the generosity of others to cover ever-increasing end-of-life expenses are finding many fundraising campaigns fall short—especially compared to the potential benefits of life insurance and other financial planning.

U.S. Businesses leadership succession: a conversation with Pelletier and Sullivan

Stephen Pelletier and Andrew Sullivan discuss Prudential's leadership transition, our U.S. Businesses financial wellness strategy, the needs of the market and what we are doing to meet them.

Prudential Financial announces leadership succession for U.S. Businesses

Andrew Sullivan will succeed Stephen Pelletier as executive vice president and head of U.S. Businesses, reporting to Chairman and CEO Charles Lowrey, effective December 1.

Companies play increasingly critical role in employee financial wellness

By the year 2050, the number of people supporting each senior citizen worldwide is likely to be just one-third what it was in 1950 and half of what it is today.


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