|Bid||1,400.00 x 664800|
|Ask||1,790.00 x 208800|
|Day's Range||1,492.50 - 1,534.50|
|52 Week Range||1,492.50 - 1,992.50|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.55|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.24|
|Earnings Date||Mar 8, 2016 - Mar 14, 2016|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.48 (3.10%)|
|1y Target Est||2,160.00|
The Bank of England (BoE) has given insurers more wiggle room in how they value assets on their books in volatile markets, a step the industry said could lead to savings on capital. The BoE's Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) said it would make it easier for insurers to use the "dynamic volatility adjustment" tool that is part of the European Union's capital requirements for the sector. The dynamic "VA" tool aims to dampen the impact of short-term market swings on the price of assets held for the long term, which in turn would affect the amount of capital held to cover risks associated with those assets.
New rules proposed by a British regulator to avoid fire sales of commercial real estate by open-ended investment funds may not be enough if the sector increases in size, the Bank of England said on Wednesday. Commercial real estate was the financial sector most hit by turbulence after June 2016's Brexit vote, as open-ended funds allow investors to withdraw money at short notice, but their assets such as office blocks are hard to sell in a hurry. In 2016, several funds had to block investors' ability to withdraw funds, and the Bank of England said their structure risked creating a domino-effect of property sales.
Britain's banks and insurers must come up with credible plans for protecting themselves against risks from climate change and may need to hold more capital, the Bank of England said on Monday. "Financial risks from climate change will be minimised if there is an orderly market transition to a low-carbon world, but the window for an orderly transition is finite and closing," the central bank said in a policy proposal document. Governor Mark Carney, who has put climate change issues on the BoE’s regulatory radar, said last month that lenders had failed to grasp the scale of the challenge.
Jackson National Life Insurance Company® today announced that Chief Executive Officer Barry Stowe will be retiring as of Dec. 31, 2018. Michael Falcon, who has been serving as chief executive officer of Asia Pacific for J.P. Morgan Asset Management since 2015, has been named his successor, subject to regulatory approval. Falcon will assume his new role effective Jan. 7, 2019.
(Reuters) - Britain's largest listed insurer Prudential Plc (PRU.L) said it had appointed JP Morgan's (JPM.N) Asia asset management business boss Michael Falcon to lead its North American business unit, ...
Britain's largest listed insurer Prudential Plc said it had appointed JP Morgan's Asia asset management business boss Michael Falcon to lead its North American business unit, effective Jan. 7. Falcon, who has two decades of senior experience in the savings and retirement industry, takes over as chairman and chief executive officer from Barry Stowe, who will retire at the end of this year. Prudential's North American business unit includes retirement income provider Jackson National Life Insurance Company, the investment adviser Jackson National Asset Management and the institutional asset manager PPM America.
Britain's largest listed insurer Prudential Plc is eager to make acquisitions in Asia and is eyeing distribution partnerships with banks in countries including Indonesia and Vietnam to boost growth, its Asia chief executive said. The plans underscore Asia's key role as a profit driver for the insurer, which is in the process of splitting itself into two. Higher sales in markets including China, Hong Kong, India, and Malaysia are guiding Prudential towards its goal of doubling the Asian business in size every five to seven years.
Jackson National Life Insurance Company® (Jackson®) and State Farm® today announced a new marketing alliance between the two firms. Beginning in the second half of 2019, authorized State Farm agents will begin offering a select group of Jackson’s variable annuity and fixed index annuity products. “We could not be more thrilled about the relationship we are building with State Farm and their dedicated agents,” said Barry Stowe, chief executive officer of Jackson Holdings LLC. “Jackson and State Farm are both committed to helping consumers prepare for the risks they may face in life, and that includes increasing their readiness for life after work.
(Reuters) - Britain's largest listed insurer, Prudential Plc (PRU.L) on Monday appointed Mike Evans as chair of M&G Prudential, its UK and Europe life insurance and asset management unit, as it prepares ...
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said on Friday the terms of reference for the market study would be published in a few weeks. "The general insurance market study we have announced today will help us examine the issues we have already identified in the market in more detail," FCA Chief Executive Andrew Bailey said, referring to concerns about higher prices for existing customers who renew their policies each year. Past market studies have also led to enforcement action.
At least five insurers, including Britain's Prudential (PRU.L) and Canada's Sun Life (SLF.TO), have bid for Commonwealth Bank of Australia's (CBA) (CBA.AX) majority stake in an Indonesian insurance venture, people with knowledge of the process said. The stake sale, which could value the venture at between $250 million (£191 million) and $300 million, has also received second-round bids from insurer FWD Group, Singapore-listed Great Eastern Holdings (GELA.SI), and Indonesia's Sequis Life, three people said. Australia's biggest lender is selling its 80 percent stake in PT Commonwealth Life, which has a presence in 20 Indonesian cities with more than 500,000 individual and group customers, Reuters reported in January.
At least five insurers, including Britain's Prudential and Canada's Sun Life , have bid for Commonwealth Bank of Australia's (CBA) majority stake in an Indonesian insurance venture, people with knowledge of the process said. The stake sale, which could value the venture at between $250 million and $300 million, has also received second-round bids from insurer FWD Group, Singapore-listed Great Eastern Holdings, and Indonesia's Sequis Life, three people said.
Prudential Plc’s Asian asset management arm has hired former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. dealmaker Edmund Lim, who previously led the bank’s Southeast Asia financial institutions group.
Moody's Investors Service has today assigned an A3(hyb) rating to the substitutable subordinated debts to be issued by Prudential Public Limited Company (Prudential plc, A2 senior unsecured debt, stable) under its MTN programme. Moody's says that the A3(hyb) ratings on the debts reflect (i) the combined financial strength of the operations that the group owns, notably its Asian and US operations, (ii) the subordinated ranking of the debts, (iii) their mandatory weak and optional coupon deferral mechanism, as well as (iv) the presence of an issuer substitution clause.
Jackson National Life Insurance Company® (Jackson®) today announced that it will offer its complete product suite of advisory annuities on the Envestnet Insurance Exchange, including Perspective Advisory II, Elite Access Advisory and MarketProtector Advisory. The new collaboration brings together a leading provider of annuities in the U.S. with a leading provider of intelligent systems for wealth management and financial wellness. Jackson believes advisors should be able to choose what is right for their clients without having to take on additional administrative burdens, so Jackson is working with Envestnet to make annuities easier to work with inside of a client’s portfolio.
The unit, Prudential Capital Energy Partners, is sponsored by Prudential Capital Group, the private-capital arm of Prudential Financial Inc.’s global investment-management business.
Jackson National Life Insurance Company® (Jackson®) today announced the release of Second Stories, a thought-provoking photo essay book capturing 10 inspirational stories from individuals who transformed their post-career lives in unexpected ways. Designed in partnership with photographer Fred Siegel, Second Stories depicts how people are revolutionizing retirement by courageously beginning new chapters — along the way, they’re discovering their passions and living their true purpose. “Second Stories is a fascinating depiction of how the traditional idea of retirement is evolving,” said Dan Starishevsky, senior vice president, Distribution & Advisory Marketing for Jackson National Life Distributors LLC (JNLD), the distribution and marketing arm of Jackson.
Prudential is going straight to consumers with its insurance and investment products for the first time in its 143-year history, a move that follows rivals and startups which are already well established in the field. The direct-to-consumer service marks a sea change for Newark, New Jersey-based Prudential, the largest U.S. life insurance company by assets, managing $1.4 trillion, according to a filing. Prudential is also one the oldest U.S. insurance and investment companies, which has traditionally sold its products through a large network of advisers as well as employer-sponsored insurance and retirement plans.
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Insurer Prudential (PRU.L) plans to consolidate all non-British European insurance business in its Dublin subsidiary as part of preparations for Britain's exit from the European Union, a letter to clients seen by Reuters showed. Policies from Malta, France, Germany and Ireland would all transfer to its Irish company, Prudential International Assurance PLC (PIA), from the UK-based Prudential Assurance Company Limited (PAC). Business currently being written through a Polish branch of PAC would transfer to a new Polish branch of PIA, the company wrote.
Investing.com – Chinese insurance giant Ping An Insurance (HK:2318) is considering acquiring the U.K.-based Prudential Plc's (LON:PRU) Asian business, which could be valued at $51.5 billion, Bloomberg reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.
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