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|Date Published: 2016-06-30|
Report: Prudential plc (PRU) : Company Profile and SWOT Analysis
|1 Prudential plc - Business Analysis|
1.1 Prudential plc - Company Overview
1.2 Prudential plc - Business Description
1.3 Prudential plc - Major Products and Services
2 Prudential plc - Analysis of Key Performance Indicators
2.1 Prudential plc - Five Year Snapshot: Overview of Financial and Operational Performance Indicators
2.2 Prudential plc - Key Financial Performance Indicators
2.2.1 Prudential plc - Total Revenues and Operating Profit
2.2.2 Prudential plc - Total Premiums Earned
2.2.3 Prudential plc - Asset and Liabilities
2.2.4 Prudential plc - Gearing Ratio
2.2.5 Prudential plc - Valuation
2.3 Prudential plc - Competitive Benchmarking
2.3.1 Prudential plc - Market Capitalization
2.3.2 Prudential plc - Efficiency
2.3.3 Prudential plc - Total Premiums Earned
2.3.4 Prudential plc - Valuation
2.3.5 Prudential plc - Liquidity
3 Prudential plc - Mergers & Acquisitions and Partnerships
3.1 Prudential plc - M&A and Partnerships Strategy
4 Prudential plc - Recent Developments
5 Prudential plc - SWOT Analysis
5.1 Prudential plc - SWOT Analysis - Overview
5.2 Prudential plc - Strengths
5.3 Prudential plc - Weaknesses
5.4 Prudential plc - Opportunities
5.5 Prudential plc - Threats
6 Prudential plc - Company Statement
7 Prudential plc - History
8 Prudential plc - Key Employees
9 Prudential plc - Key Employee Biographies
10 Prudential plc - Locations and Subsidiaries
10.1 Prudential plc - Head Office
10.2 Prudential plc - Other Locations and Subsidiaries
11.2 Ratio Definitions
List of Tables
|Table 1: Prudential plc - Major Products and Services|
Table 2: Prudential plc - Key Ratios - Annual
Table 3: Prudential plc - Key Ratios - Interim
Table 4: Prudential plc - Key Capital Market Indicators
Table 5: Prudential plc - History
Table 6: Prudential plc - Key Employees
Table 7: Prudential plc - Key Employee Biographies
Table 8: Prudential plc - Subsidiaries
List of Figures
|Figure 1: Prudential plc - Total Revenues and Operating Profit|
Figure 2: Prudential plc - Total Premiums Earned
Figure 3: Prudential plc - Financial Position
Figure 4: Prudential plc - Gearing Ratio
Figure 5: Prudential plc - Valuation
Figure 6: Prudential plc - Market Capitalization
Figure 7: Prudential plc - Efficiency
Figure 8: Prudential plc - Total Premiums Earned
Figure 9: Prudential plc - Valuation
Figure 10: Prudential plc - Liquidity
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Prudential plc (Prudential) is a global financial services group. The company, along with its subsidiaries, provides financial products and services, and asset management services to individuals, middle class families and businesses. It offers life insurance, health and protection products, mutual funds, group insurance, personal lines property and casualty insurance, consumer finance and institutional fund management services. It also offers fixed annuities, variable annuities, managed accounts, investment products and institutional products, including guaranteed investment contracts and medium term note funding agreements. The company markets and distributes its products and services through a wide range of distribution channels such as independent insurance agents, independent broker-dealers, regional broker-dealers, warehouses, registered investment advisors, banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions. It has a presence in the UK, the US, and key Asian markets including China, India, Singapore and Hong Kong. Prudential is headquartered in London, the UK.
|Language Code: EN|
|Region: United Kingdom|
|Report Type: Project Profile|
|Industry: Service Industries|
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