American workers trust life insurers for financial security, survey says

What keeps American workers awake at night? For one in three, it’s the fear of losing a loved one.

This finding, among several insights from the American Workers Surveycould be why 87 percent of respondents say life insurance is important, and why two in three have coverage.

In open letter, Prudential appeals to corporate leaders on financial wellness

Nearly six in every 10 American workers are stressed about their current financial situation—and Prudential is calling on all U.S. employers to do something about that stress.

Natural disasters don’t need to be financial disasters

Even if the damage to homes and personal property is devastating, the financial impact of a natural disaster doesn’t have to be. There are lessons to be learned from those who bounced back from past disasters—and the strategies, programs and policies that helped them do it.

Quincy Krosby: Start of Bitcoin futures trading dominates market news

It’s Bitcoin Monday, with the cybercurrency dominating news coverage as it begins trading today on a major exchange for the first time, Prudential’s Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby said Monday in her weekly “Connecting the Dots” outlook.

PGIM Real Estate acquires Tower at One Greenway apartment community in Boston

PGIM Real Estate has acquired the Tower at One Greenway, a 21-story Class A apartment community in Downtown Boston, on behalf of institutional investors. PGIM Real Estate is the real estate investment business of PGIM, the $1 trillion global investment management businesses of Prudential Financial, Inc. (NYSE: PRU).

Aging populations, low birthrates require retirement solutions

Prudential Retirement executives gathered with policy makers, business leaders, and researchers from across the globe for the annual International Longevity Risk and Markets Solutions Conference in Taiwan to offer insights into aging trends and the global challenge of retirement security.

In Newark, anchor institutions prove model for revitalizing cities

How does a city impacted by decades of crime, poverty, unemployment and divestment rise again? Newark’s resurgence has been led by one guiding principle—to benefit the diverse community that already calls the city home...


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