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Prudential wins top accolade of “Insurance Company of the Year” for the fifth-consecutive year

Received eight honours at the Bloomberg BusinessWeek Financial Institution Awards 2019

HONG KONG, 29 May 2019 – Prudential Hong Kong Limited (“Prudential”) has once again garnered the prestigious title of “Insurance Company of the Year” at the Bloomberg BusinessWeek Financial Institution Awards 2019, marking its fifth-consecutive year in winning the top award.

Prudential also took home seven other awards this year, including the “Excellence Award” in Corporate Social Responsibility, Critical Illness Protection, Customer Services, Digital Innovation, Training Academy, General Insurance – Travel Insurance; as well as the “Outstanding Award” in Integrated Marketing (Branding Promotion).

Among these honours, Prudential was recognised in the category of Training Academy for the fifth-year running; Critical Illness Protection and Digital Innovation for the fourth year; and Corporate Social Responsibility and Customer Services for the third year.

“Prudential is deeply grateful to be being named the ‘Insurance Company of the Year’ for the fifth straight year since the first edition of the Bloomberg BusinessWeek Financial Institution Awards in 2015,” said Mr. Derek Yung, Chief Executive Officer of Prudential. “The recognition Prudential has been attaining every year across various categories is a solid testament to our steadfast commitment of “Listening. Understanding. Delivering”. This reaffirms our dedication to continue fulfilling the evolving needs of our customers with our full suite of innovative and comprehensive products and services, as well as our devotion to contributing to the wider community.”

The Bloomberg Businessweek Financial Institution Awards 2019, one of the most influential awards in the industry, recognises key players in Hong Kong financial services industry with outstanding performance and significant contributions. The notable panel of judges includes economists, scholars, financial analysts, accountants and the Bloomberg Businessweek/Chinese Edition editorial board.