News: Prudential PLC (PRU.L)

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Mon, Jul 7 2014

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-BT pension fund in record deal to offload longevity risk

(Corrects para 3 to show it has secured reinsurance from Prudential)

RPT-Fitch: UK Takes Tentative Steps With Macro Prudential Tools

June 27 - (The following statement was released by the rating agency)

PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - May 28

May 28 - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Prudential first-quarter new business profit lifted by bulk annuity sales

LONDON - UK life and pensions group Prudential plc reported a 29 percent increase in new business profit during the first quarter of the year, boosted by buoyant sales of bulk annuities in its home market.

UPDATE 2-UK's Prudential Q1 new business profit lifted by bulk annuity sales

* Prudential's new business profit nearly doubles in Britain

Prudential Q1 lifted by UK bulk annuity sales

LONDON, May 8 - Prudential plc saw a 29 percent increase in new business profit during the first quarter of the year, boosted by buoyant sales of bulk annuities in its British home market.

PRA says UK banks need to renew old IT systems - paper

April 7 - British banks will have to spend billions overhauling their creaking IT systems over the next few years, Prudential Regulation Authority chief Andrew Bailey told The Independent.

Company pension plans are healthier, but they're still dying

CHICAGO - This should be good news: At a time when worry about the retirement security of American workers is rising, traditional pension plans finished 2013 in their best shape last year since the financial crisis of 2008. Yet that may only be setting the table for more corporations to stop offering them.

CORRECTED-COLUMN-Company pension plans are healthier, but they're still dying

CHICAGO, April 1 - This should be good news: At a time when worry about the retirement security of American workers is rising, traditional pension plans finished 2013 in their best shape last year since the financial crisis of 2008. Yet that may only be setting the table for more corporations to stop offering them.

Company pension plans are healthier, but they're still dying

CHICAGO - This should be good news: At a time when worry about the retirement security of American workers is rising, traditional pension plans finished 2013 in their best shape last year since the financial crisis of 2008. Yet that may only be setting the table for more corporations to stop offering them.

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