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If your account is registered at Computershare, Prudential's transfer agent, you can access and manage your account 24/7 at the Investor Centre section of Computershare's website. Please click below for important information regarding your share ownership, including how to contact Computershare for assistance, and the services they offer.

In general, most registered shareholders received their shares as part of Prudential's demutualization-the process of changing from a mutual insurance company to a publicly traded stock company-in December 2001.

Learn More About Demutualization

Computershare, Prudential's stock transfer agent, can assist you with a variety of services designed to help you manage your account including:

Change of address
Direct deposit of dividends
Replacement checks
Electronic delivery of annual reports and proxy statements
Convenient liquidation of shares
Transferring shares to another owner


You can access and manage your account 24 hours a day, seven days a week at www.computershare.com/investor.

You may also contact Computershare by phone or mail at:

Phone:
 (800) 305-9404 (U.S.)
 (732) 512-3782 (Outside the U.S.)

By mail:
 Computershare
 P.O. Box 43033
 Providence, RI 02940-3033

To change the ownership of your shares at Computershare, you may access Computershare's online transfer application at www.transfermystock.com and follow the on‑screen instructions. You will need to have your 11‑character account number available (i.e., C0123456789). You may also request paper transfer forms from Computershare at 800-305-9404, menu option 4.

Many shareholders enjoy the convenience of consolidating their Prudential shares with other brokerage holdings. Doing so often makes it easier to manage multiple holdings and can facilitate more active proxy voting. In most situations, your broker can initiate the transfer electronically. Please contact your broker directly for more details.

If you hold 1,000 or fewer shares in an account at Computershare, you are eligible to participate in a voluntary sales facility offered by Computershare. The fee to sell shares through this program is $11.00 per transaction, plus $0.08 per share sold. The sales facility is completely voluntary and neither Prudential nor Computershare is soliciting or recommending that you sell your shares. Please contact Computershare directly for additional information.

 

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