Prudential promotes four senior executives as part of leadership succession plan

Prudential on Wednesday said it is promoting four senior executives as part of its leadership succession plan announced last week. Scott Sleyster was named executive vice president and chief operating officer, International Businesses, and Ken Tanji was appointed executive vice president and chief financial officer.

One-third of Americans don’t have an accurate perception of their finances, Prudential’s Financial Wellness Census reveals

A third of Americans believe they are either better or worse off financially than they actually are, a new Prudential study says.

Prudential names Charles Lowrey as new CEO and Chairman-Elect; John Strangfeld to retire

Prudential’s longtime leader John Strangfeld will retire later this year, ending an 11-year run as chairman and CEO where he steered the company through the changing landscape of the financial services industry to become the premier provider of retirement, investment management and financial protection solutions.

PGIM names Kathy Sayko chief inclusion and diversity officer

PGIM has named Kathy Sayko as its next chief inclusion and diversity officer, effective Sept. 12. Sayko will succeed Cathy Verhoff, who is retiring at the end of the year.

Prudential commits $1 million in grants to help Hurricane Florence victims

To help those affected by Hurricane Florence and its aftermath, Prudential is supporting relief efforts by committing grants through The Prudential Foundation. Funds will be allocated to national and local organizations that are providing direct response.

Youth volunteer awards highlight a powerful force for good

They’ve invented ways to prevent plane crashes and manufacture inexpensive prosthetic limbs. They’ve helped comfort soldiers with PTSD and rebuild communities devastated by fire and hurricanes. They’ve fought hunger and raised money for cancer research. And most are not even old enough to vote.

A financial wellness case study: Prudential's own employees

The burden of saving for our own retirements, paying a larger share of healthcare costs, and coping with higher education and other debt is taking a toll on our overall health, research shows. Prudential’s partnership with Truven Health Analytics and its IBM Watson technology allowed Prudential for the first time to analyze employee financial stress over the last decade.


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