Welcome to Prudential! We're glad you're here, and we are committed to helping you experience retirement and income security. In the U.S., Prudential’s Rock® symbol is an icon of strength, stability, expertise and innovation that has stood the test of time. We are known for our ability to deliver on our promises and are recognized as one of the world's most admired companies.
We have invested in specially trained customer service representatives and created communications specifically for you. Our representatives are familiar with your pension benefits and are focused on delivering the support you need.
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Our financial strength ratings indicate that our financial position is solid, and that we have ample capital and liquidity to meet our obligations. We are highly rated by major independent ratings agencies. Click here for more information on our financial strength ratings.
We have been providing pension plan services since 1928, and are privileged to serve over 4 million active workers and retirees.1 We disburse over $9 billion in gross annual defined benefit payments, and our service representatives handle more than 2.3 million customer calls annually.2
Our largest single client, with more than 240,000 annuitants, has been with us for over 50 years, and we are proud to still be making payments to our first pension buy-out client, the Cleveland Public Libraries, which partnered with us more than 85 years ago.
Our Company's History
At Prudential, we understand the complex challenges facing today's retirees. Throughout our history, our foremost objective has been—and continues to be—helping hard-working people achieve financial security and peace of mind.
As a partner to millions of people and thousands of organizations, we have the vision and leadership to help solve the greatest financial challenges.
1 As of March 31, 2017
2 As of December 31, 2016