Prudential: Advisors Failing to Meet Hispanics Along Continuum of Immigrant Life
Prudential Financial’s 2014 Hispanic American Financial Experience survey reveals that advisors need to do much more legwork to understand and properly serve the Latino community.
Workers Need Retirement Motivation: Prudential
Most employees are only moderately motivated to save for retirement, according to research released May 30 by Prudential.
Pru’s 2013 Predictions: Brighter Economy, but More Washington Brinksmanship
Prudential brain trust sees economic progress in 2013, despite 2012 “dichotomy” and uncertainty; Krosby reiterates it’s riskier to be out of the market than in it.
New Hire Roundup: SEC Welcomes Norberg; Fleming Joins FINRA Board
This week in new hires, Jane A. Norberg joined the SEC as deputy chief of the Whistleblower Office; Gregory J. Fleming was elected to FINRA's board of directors; Mike Anderson went to Securities America; and Dan Dorfman joined Trim Tabs Money Blog as a columnist.
New Products: Adding Income Options to DC Plans
Features like auto-enrollment encourage saving and improve the odds that retirees will avoid a funding shortage. DC plans aren't a retirement-savings panacea, however.