A strong performance in 2012

Prudential has produced a strong performance in 2012. Globally, we have around 24 million insurance customers and have continued to provide each of them with products and services that they value highly, delivering on our promise to offer quality savings and protection products.

The quality of our products, the strength of our multi-channel distribution platform and our ability to innovate and develop creative solutions to meet our customers' needs translate over time into profitable and sustainable growth. Our focus on capital and risk management has allowed us to deliver both growth and cash to shareholders, despite a challenging macroeconomic environment.

We have increased our dividend by 15.9 per cent to 29.19 pence per share. This is the second time in three years we have rebased our dividend upwards. Our approach to growing the dividend demonstrates our confidence in our ability to continue to deliver long-term value for our shareholders.

Key performance indicators

European Embedded Value new business profit

European Embedded Value new business profit. 2011: £2,151m. 2012: £2,452m.

International Financial Reporting Standards operating profit based on longer-term investment returns*

International Financial Reporting Standards operating profit based on longer-term investment returns. 2011: £2,027m. 2012: £2,533m.

Business unit net remittances

Business unit net remittances. 2011: £1,105m. 2012: £1,200m.

European Embedded Value operating profit from long-term business

European Embedded Value operating profit from long-term business. 2011: £4,043m. 2012: £4,429m.

29.19p
full-year dividend

+15.9%
increase on 2011

Note

*2011 comparative adjusted for retrospective application of the accounting policy change for deferred acquisition costs as discussed in note A5 of the IFRS financial statements.

 
 

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