We've come a long way since 1848. Prudential has provided financial security to generations of families, from industrial workers in Victorian Britain, to over 23 million insurance customers worldwide today.
This video features important incidents documented at our archive that tell Prudential's history.
SAFE STEPS is created and developed by Prudence Foundation – the community investment arm of Prudential Corporation Asia. At its core, SAFE STEPS is a series of public service announcements with the objective of raising awareness and providing clear, educational information on some of the leading causes of death to as many people as possible.
It is a partnership between Prudence Foundation, National Geographic Channel for all programmes and also partners with the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) for SAFE STEPS Road Safety.
The programme underscores Prudence Foundation's steadfast commitment to protecting lives and serving the needs of communities throughout Asia.
For more information, please visit www.safesteps.com
"Cha-Ching Money Smart Kids" is an award-winning, multi-media financial literacy programme. Developed by Prudence Foundation in partnership with Cartoon Network Asia and Dr Alice Wilder, Cha-Ching is a series of music video animations following the exciting adventures of a music band as they learn about the key money concepts of "Earn, Save, Spend and Donate". The cartoon episodes are broadcast across Asia on the Cartoon Network and can be viewed on the Cha-Ching website which also features interactive games, apps and at-home activities (www.cha-ching.com).
The Prudential Eye Awards celebrate and support emerging artistic talent across Asia. Launched in 2014 in Singapore, the annual contemporary art awards kicked off with more than 500 nominations in digital/video, installation, painting, photography and sculpture from 30 countries throughout Asia. The work of 20 shortlisted artists was brought together at an exhibition in Singapore as one of the events of the Singapore Art Week, and the overall winner, Ben Quilty, was awarded a month-long solo exhibition at London's renowned Saatchi Gallery. The Prudential Eye Awards has been integral in raising Singapore's profile as a leading international destination for contemporary art. Prudential has also supported a number of Eye programmes in the region including Indonesian Eye, Hong Kong Eye and Malaysian Eye. The next Prudential Eye Awards take place on 20 January 2015. The nomination period is currently open with experts in the region's art proposing artists for each of the awards. For more information, visit www.prudentialeyeawards.com