PGIM Debt

Hey guys - Long time lurker. Interviewing at PGIM in their debt financing division as an analyst. Anyone have any additional info in terms of what to expect? Interview is set to be 4+ hours long with 5 people. Case study and behavioral test was submitted prior to securing in person interviews. Not much info out there on recent closings/news releases and the LinkedIn's seem to be light. Any insight be be greatly appreciated.

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Sep 8, 2017 - 1:19am

As a lender, they are usually the 2nd largest life company lender in the country. Mostly a core/core-plus lender similar to other large life companies. I've heard that they did a lot of cost cutting in the last few years, outsourcing a bunch of jobs as they pursued third party money/expanded into money management, which might be why you aren't finding as many people on LinkedIn as you would expect for an organization with 70 billion in AUM. I know a couple of people that worked there as analysts in recent years, and the one comment they all consistently had was that the hours could be brutal. However, I've also been told that RE is treated as a separate unit when it comes to bonus time, so the results of the rest of the company don't have any impact and it is truly "pay for performance" (which is good or bad depending on the year).

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