Citations with the tag: BLOOMER, Jonathan
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- Increased risk management focus urged.
Unsworth, Edwin // Business Insurance; 12/20/99, Vol. 33 Issue 51, p37
Focuses on deputy group chief executive of Prudential Corp., Jonathan Bloomer's speech at the annual dinner of the Association of Insurance & Risk Managers. Call for British companies and local governments to improve their risk management practices; Consequences of poor risk management; Need...
- Bloomer to chair FSA industry liaison panel.
Unsworth, Edwin // Money Marketing; 11/6/2003, p12
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- Pru chief Bloomer made deputy chairman of FSA panel.
Unsworth, Edwin // Money Marketing; 10/31/2002, p16
Reports that Prudential group chief executive Jonathan Bloomer has taken on the role of deputy chairman of the financial services practioner panel of the British Financial Services Authority (FSA). Other new appointments to the FSA.
- Prudential of U.K. Still Hunting in U.S.
Unsworth, Edwin // American Banker; 7/30/2003, Vol. 168 Issue 145, p13
Prudential PLC, the London, England, insurer that lost out to American International Group Inc. in an attempt to buy American General in 2001, will continue to seek an acquisition in the United States. Speaking at a Tuesday news conference following the release of second-quarter results,...
- Pru PLC Won't Increase Its Bid for AG.
Unsworth, Edwin // American Banker; 4/6/2001, Vol. 166 Issue 67, p20
Reveals that Prudential PLC will not raise its $20 billion bid for American General Corp. Comments by Prudential's chief executive, Jonathan Bloomer; How much shares of Prudential fell after its offer was announced.
- Pru chief Bloomer sets out 401(k) plan to MPs.
Henshall, Angela // Money Marketing; 5/27/2004, p76
Reports that Prudential CEO Jonathan Bloomer has submitted plans for a U.S.-style 401(k) savings product to the British Treasury select committee. Aim to encourage more people to save for retirement; Claim of Bloomer that consumers need a flexible vehicle which does not lock money away and...
- Pru is in good hands.
Wheatcroft, Patience // Management Today; Dec2004, p27
The article reports on Jonathan Bloomer, CEO of Prudential, has, according to his critics, lived down to his surname. In recent weeks, a vociferous minority of Prudential shareholders have been clamouring for his head, claiming he has upset them once too often. Jonathan Bloomer stands accused of...
- Prudential: bye bye Bloomer.
Wheatcroft, Patience // MarketWatch: Financial Services; May 2005, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p12
Reports on the appointment of Mark Tucker as replacement for chief executive officer, Jonathan Bloomer at Prudential, an insurance company in Great Britain. Reasons for the dismissal of Bloomer; Arguments of Bloomer over his role on several failed ventures of Prudential; Reaction of investors...
- Prudential PLC Keeps Egg Stake.
Wheatcroft, Patience // American Banker; 10/27/2005, Vol. 170 Issue 207, p13
The article reports on Prudential PLC which plans to retain its 79% stake in the online bank, Egg PLC. Prudential was unable to sell its share last year because offers were too low. Mark Tucker, Prudential's chief executive, said he was considering a share exchange to bring Egg under...
- Pru says Bloomer's departure will not change its strategy.
Phillipps, James; Shaw, Sam // Money Marketing; 3/31/2005, p3
The article reports that Prudential Corp. is adamant that the departure of group chief executive Jonathan Bloomer will not alter its Great Britain strategy and 800 million pound is still earmarked for spending on distribution. Bloomer will leave Prudential in May. HBOS PLC finance director Mark...
- Questions over Pru distribution.
Phillipps, James; Shaw, Sam // Money Marketing; 3/31/2005, p35
The article presents information on the distribution in financial services as Jonathan Bloomer departs Prudential Investment to be replaced by HBOS PLC finance director Mark Tucker. Bloomer may have mishandled the announcement of raising the cash but the rationale - to spend a large proportion...
- Prudential PLC Replacing CEO; Egg Is Issue.
Bills, Steve // American Banker; 3/28/2005, Vol. 170 Issue 58, p20
Reports that Prudential PLC said it will replace its chief executive Jonathan Bloomer, partly for his failure to find a buyer for its majority stake in Egg PLC, the underperforming online bank.
- Prudential: rights and wrongs of issue leave investors puzzled.
Bills, Steve // MarketWatch: Global Round-up; December2004, Vol. 3 Issue 12, p121
Reports on the reaction of analysts and investors on the announcement made by Prudential Insurance Co. about its intention to raise 1 billion pounds in a one for six rights issue in Great Britain. Increase in the company's group insurance sales on an annual premium equivalent basis; Claim of CEO...
- Pru to pick up 25% of Sesame and Millfield business with tie.
Phillips, James // Money Marketing; 10/21/2004, p1
The article focuses on the quarter of Sesame Ltd. and Millfield Group PLC business which will be transacted with Prudential Corp. through its multi-tie arrangements. According to group chief executive Jonathan Bloomer, Prudential has raised l billion pounds through a rights issue to provide it...
- Prudential: bye bye Bloomer.
Phillips, James // MarketWatch: Global Round-up; May 2005, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p120
Reports that Great Britain insurer Prudential Insurance Co. has suffered with the high profile failure to sell its Egg subsidiary and a confusing rights issue. Departure of chief executive Jonathan Bloomer; Replacement of Bloomer; Fund expansion in the domestic market.
- Musical chairs at Prudential.
Phillips, James // Accountancy; Jun99, Vol. 123 Issue 1270, p18
Reports on executive changes at Prudential Corp. Retirement of Sir Martin Jacomb as company chairman in May 2000; Jonathan Bloomer's appointment as group chief executive; Sir Peter Davis' appointment as Jacomb's replacement.
- the business.
Hosking, Patrick // New Statesman; 11/1/2004, Vol. 133 Issue 4712, p18
Focuses on business ethics on the financial services industry in the U.S. and Great Britain. View that cases of corporate fraud, including Enron and WorldCom, indicate the need for further anti-fraud legislation in the U.S; Criticism for Great Britain's Financial Ombudsmand Service (FOS) which...