OUR STRENGTHS

PGIM’s distinctive model, deep talent, strong culture, and broad capabilities enable us to deliver a diverse suite of solutions across all asset classes.

WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT

Deep Asset Class Expertise

Our distinct multi-manager model provides the best of both worlds: the focus and accountability of asset class specialists, and the world-class infrastructure and risk management of a global financial services firm.

Long-Term View

With over a century of experience managing money, including through times when major events have caused significant volatility, our managers actively evaluate the fundamentals to achieve better outcomes for clients.    

Breadth of Capabilities

Our clients have access to a broad suite of solutions across the capital structure that can be tailored to meet their needs.

Strength and Stability

We empower managers to focus on portfolio management and returns while supporting clients with PGIM’s infrastructure, functional expertise, and financial strength and stability.

PARTNERING WITH PGIM

 

PGIM Institutional Relationship Group

This team of global investment professionals provides access to expertise across our asset class managers for sovereign wealth funds, central banks, and other large institutional savings or investment pools. The PGIM Institutional Relationship Group develops an understanding of each client’s investment needs and goals, then identifies the solutions and strategies across PGIM to best meet their needs. 

PGIM Institutional Advisory & Solutions

This advisory group provides U.S. and global institutional clients with tailored, multi-asset class advice on a variety of allocation, risk management and thought-leadership topics. PGIM Institutional Advisory & Solutions works closely with CIOs, portfolio managers, researchers and key client service professionals across PGIM and Prudential Financial, Inc. (PFI) to address clients’ most pressing portfolio-level issues. The group collaborates closely with the PGIM Institutional Relationship Group.

AWARDS & RECOGNITION


 

IPE REAL ESTATE

October 2017

2nd Largest Global Real Estate Manageri

PGIM

P&I REAL ESTATE MANAGER SURVEY

October 2016

3rd Largest Money Manager of Worldwide Institutional Real Estate Assetsii

PGIM

EUROPEAN PENSION AWARDS

Fixed Income Manager of the Yeariii

PGIM Fixed Income 

ASIANINVESTOR ASSET MANAGEMENT

October 2016

Global Fixed Income (Unhedged) and EM Debtiv

PGIM Fixed Income

FANNIE MAE

DUS Innovation Partner of the Year

PGIM Real Estate Finance

P&I’s REAL ESTATE MANAGER SURVEY

September 2016

Top Money Manager of Worldwide Institutional Real Estate Assetsv

PGIM 

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY EXECUTIVE

September 2016

2018 Top 10 Mortgage Banking Firmsvi

PGIM Real Estate Finance

EUROPEAN PENSIONS AWARDS

May 2016

Emerging Market Manager of the Year

PGIM Fixed Income

CREDITFLUX AWARDSvii

Manager of the Year
Best European CLO Manager
Best European CLO – for Dryden 35 Euro

PGIM Fixed Income

INVESTMENTS & PENSIONS EUROPE

#1 Top 10 Assets in Investment Grade Strategies

Investment Grade Credit Manager Survey
PGIM Fixed Income

INFORMA INVESTMENT SOLUTIONS
PSN MANAGER DATABASE

August 2016

PSN Top Gun Status for 11 productsviii

QMA

AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS FOOTNOTES

  1. €111,502 AUM measured as of 30/06/18. Represents the combined assets of PGIM Real Estate and PGIM Real Estate Finance, two business units within PGIM, Inc. that provide real estate investment management and commercial mortgage loan services respectively, through PGIM, Inc. and some of its global subsidiaries.
  2. Based on rankings from Pensions & Investments’ Real Estate Managers Report, 10/17/18.
  3. Award judges are chosen from a cross-section of the pension and asset management businesses (pension funds/trustees, consultants, asset managers, providers, etc.). Potentially conflicted judges cannot evaluate their own category, i.e., an asset manager cannot evaluate another asset manager. Judges assess a specific set of criteria for each category, including both quantitative measures and qualitative considerations provided in each firm’s submitted strategy. A shortlist is published for each category followed by an announcement of the winning candidate.
  4. AsianInvestor (AI) assessed performance  through year-end 2017 from the Mercer and eVestment databases to ascertain the leading performers by total and risk-adjusted returns, Sharpe ratios, and information ratios with an emphasis on 3-and 5-year returns. AI short-listed two to three performers and asked the candidates for more data and background, including resources and strategies pursued to enhance returns. AI selected winners based on the combined quantitative and qualitative factors. Firms that demonstrate consistent performance may have an edge.AI also values client testimonials.
  5. Based on rankings from Pensions & Investments’ Real Estate Managers Report, 10/16/17.
  6. 2018 CPE-MHN Top Mortgage Banking Firms survey
  7. Creditflux Manager of the Year 2017 methodology is based on the highest average ranking across all Creditflux award categories where the manager is present. Creditflux Best European CLO award methodology is based on blended outperformance. Creditflux Best European high yield fund methodology is based on volatility-adjusted weighted performance.  More information on the methodology can be found on Creditflux’s website (www.creditflux.com).
  8. Products were among the top 10 performers within one or more peer groups reporting to PSN, the longest-running investment manager database in North America. PSN Top Guns performance rankings are tabulated for thousands of strategies across 58 peer groups subdivided by increasingly rigorous screens and reported in ascending classes from 1-6 stars.