03 Jul 2019

M&GPrudential investor and analyst conference

Prudential plc today announces that M&GPrudential is holding a conference for investors and analysts in London on 3 July 2019.

The conference aims to provide a deeper insight into M&GPrudential, covering the distinctive capabilities that position it to capture the long-term opportunities in its key savings and investments markets. It will also include a review of past financial performance with a new segmental analysis.

John Foley, M&GPrudential’s Chief Executive, said: “We operate in attractive, growing markets underpinned by long-term favourable demographics, in particular ageing populations and the shift to private sector responsibility for retirement. The profitable growth prospects for M&GPrudential are substantial, given the scale and capabilities of our savings and investment business and our expanding international footprint.

“We look forward to showcasing M&GPrudential’s unique business mix, which when combined with our disciplined approach to capital management, will underpin our ability to achieve profitable growth and deliver an attractive total return for shareholders.”

In March 2018, Prudential plc announced its intention to demerge M&GPrudential, the international savings and investments business formed by the merger of asset manager M&G and Prudential’s UK and Europe insurance operations.

Enquiries:

M&GPrudential

Media   Investors/Analysts  
Richard Miles +44 (0)20 3977 1426 Spencer Horgan +44 (0)20 3977 7888
Jonathan Miller +44 (0)20 3977 0165

Prudential plc

Media   Investors/Analysts  
Jonathan Oliver +44 (0)20 3977 9500 Patrick Bowes +44 (0)20 3977 9702
Tom Willetts +44 (0)20 3977 9760 William Elderkin +44 (0)20 3977 9215

Notes to Editors:

Investor conference
The investor conference is available to view via live webcast from 10.30am and the presentation materials can also be viewed on Prudential plc’s website from the same time. To register for the webcast please use the following link: https://www.investis-live.com/mandgprudential/5d0270e0356b240b00a4d517/ikmw

Agenda

Time Topic Speaker
From 10.00 Registration  
10.30 – 11.00 Welcome and Introduction John Foley, Chief Executive
11.00 – 11.25 Investment Engine Jack Daniels, Chief Investment Officer
11.25 – 11.40 Institutional Deep Dive William Nicoll, Head of Institutional Fixed Income
11.40 – 12.00 Customer and Distribution - UK Retail Savings David Macmillan, Chief Customer & Distribution Officer
12.00 – 13.00 Lunch
13.00 – 13.25 Customer and Distribution - Global Asset Management Distribution Joffy Willcocks, Global Head of Asset Management Distribution
13.25 – 13.45 Customer and Distribution - Heritage Roddy Thomson, Chief Operating Officer & MD Heritage
13.45 – 14.15 Finance & Capital Clare Bousfield, Chief Financial Officer
14.15 – 14.45 Break
14.45 – 16.00 Q&A & close John Foley and Presenter Panel

M&GPrudential at a glance1

An integrated asset manager and owner
• £321bn in total in-house funds and managed assets, driving investment innovation and attracting third party funds
• £174bn of in-house funds, including the UK’s largest With Profits fund at £131bn
• £147bn in external institutional and retail assets under management (AUM), growing by 213% in 10 years

Scaled for further UK and international expansion
• £260bn of UK AUM
• £49bn of European AUM
• £15bn2 of international AUM from across North America, Asia, Australia and RSA
• Serving 5.5m3 retail and 900 institutional clients
• A growing distribution platform of operations in 28 countries

Positioned for secular growth in demand for investment solutions
• At scale positioning across a broad range of investment capabilities to meet demand for yield and risk mitigation solutions
• £43bn in PruFunds AUM (+20% vs. 2017) providing smoothed returns and access to M&GPrudential’s leading multi-asset capabilities
• One of the world’s largest investors in private credit, infrastructure and UK commercial property

Delivering long term client investment performance
• 74% of mutual fund AUM in top 2 performance quartiles based on three-year track record
• 88% of segregated and pooled mandates meet or exceed targets
• Positive PruFund Growth pension returns every year since 2008 launch

Investing in digital business transformation to deliver market-leading customer experiences and reduce costs
• Shareholder investment of c.£250m on track to deliver annual shareholder cost savings of c.£145m by 2022 as previously announced

About Prudential plc
Prudential plc and its affiliated companies constitute one of the world's leading financial services groups, serving 26 million customers and it has £657 billion of assets under management (as at 31 December 2018). Prudential plc is incorporated in England and Wales and is listed on the stock exchanges in London, Hong Kong, Singapore and New York. Prudential plc is not affiliated in any manner with Prudential Financial, Inc., a company whose principal place of business is in the United States of America.

Notes
1 All period end amounts relate to 31 December 2018, unless otherwise stated
2 Includes £3.8bn of assets managed by M&G for other Prudential plc Group companies
3 Excludes annuity customers set to transfer to Rothesay Life

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