Jason M. Swiatek, CFA, is a managing director and a small and smid cap equity portfolio manager. Jason co-manages the PGIM Jennison Small Company Fund, Inc. and the PGIM Jennison Blend Fund, Inc.
Jason joined Jennison Associates in August 2000 when Prudential’s public equity asset management capabilities merged into Jennison. He was named co-manager of small cap portfolios in September 2005 and co-manager of smid cap portfolios in November 2013. Jason joined Prudential in 1995 as a financial reviewer for the asset management group. In 1996, he moved to Prudential’s global growth equities team before joining the small cap equity team in January 1999. Prior to Prudential, Jason worked at Munistat/PFA, Inc. and the Center for Entrepreneurship.
Jason received a BS, summa cum laude, in finance from Canisius College. He is a member of the New York Society of Security Analysts and CFA Institute.
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