Prudential Financial Inc is one the largest financial service companies operating in the US currently. The company was founded in 1875 by John F Dryden is headquartered at New Jersey, US. The Fortune 500 Company also conducts business in several countries in Asia, Europe, Latin America and North America.
The company has $1.131 trillion in total assets and has $3.5 trillion worth of life insurance products in force globally. Through several subsidiaries, Prudential Inc serves customers in over 40 countries and generates revenues of $40.1 billion annually.
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- Excellent agent commissions
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- Flexible underwriting
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- Wide array of insurance products
- More value placed in people
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Prudential’s company logo is The Rock of Gibraltar which is today one of the most recognized corporate symbols in the world. The logo is meant to symbolize stability, strength, innovations and expertise. The company offers customers an array of financial services some of which include mutual funds, life insurance, annuities, asset management, retirement solutions and investment management.
Prudential financial Inc. is today the second largest life insurer in the US in term of total admitted assets. The company also came 3rd in the Fortune list of Worlds Most Admired Companies in the insurance category during the year 2014. The company has over 47,000 employees in its payrolls and is registered under the symbol PRU in the New York Stock Exchange.
The company is also recognized by all top ratings providers, including a Standard and Poor's rating of AA-, a Fitch rating of A+.
NAAIP is not contracted with Prudential Insurance nor does it have a business relationship with Prudential Insurance. NAAIP helps insurance agents attain the highest possible commission levels if they want to include Prudential as part of their portfolio of offerings.