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Pramerica rebranded as PGIM Ireland Ltd. with new roles planned

PGIM, the global asset management business of Prudential Financial, Inc (PFI) has rebranded Pramerica Systems Ireland Limited to PGIM Ireland Limited, effective immediately.

With over US$1.5 trillion in assets under management and 38 offices spanning 17 countries, PGIM is among the worlds top 10 largest asset managers. It comprises five autonomous asset management businesses, each specializing in a particular asset class, with a focused investment approach. This includes expertise across both public and private markets, delivering investment solutions to intermediary and institutional investors globally.

Based in Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, PGIM Ireland serves as one of the EU offices for PGIM, Prudential and its affiliates, including PGIM Private Capital Ireland, PGIM Real Estate, PGIM Fixed Income, Corporate Treasury and Actuarial. PGIM Ireland currently employs over 100 people.

Roben Dubkin, PGIM. (Credit: LinkedIn)

Roben Dunkin, vice president, PGIM Operations and Innovation, and executive sponsor for PGIM Ireland, commented: “This rebrand represents continued progress in establishing our corporate identity, allowing us to more closely align with PGIM’s values and culture, as we enter a new exciting phase for our organisation in Letterkenny."

"We are expanding the business in the northwest of Ireland, where there is a strong talent pool, and investing in new roles in 2022 and beyond."

“PGIM Ireland’s innovative spirit, collaborative culture, and dedication to excellence delivers business-critical services for PGIM’s global operations. With Irelands access to talent and the European markets, and with support from IDA Ireland and the strong regulatory environment, we have built incredible teams.”

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