How we manage our Unit-Linked funds
Prudential's Statement of Unit-Linked Principles and Practises (PSULPP)
Prudential has published a statement of the Principles and Practices used in the management of our unit-linked funds.
Our statement explains how we manage the funds including:
- the nature and extent of the decisions we take to manage the funds
- how we treat customers and shareholders fairly by managing their sometimes competing and conflicting interests.
Our statement covers all unit-linked funds operated by the Prudential Group in the UK and the Republic of Ireland, except the investments offered through Prudential International Assurance (PIA) Onshore or Offshore Portfolio Bonds.*
*PIA Portfolio Bond customers should consult their terms and conditions on how their investments will be managed.
A copy of the Customer Guide and full statement can be found by clicking on the links below.
- Prudential's Unit-Linked Customer Guide
- Prudential's Statement of Unit-Linked Principles and Practices
This version of the PSULPP was published in September 2016. The contents of the PSULPP may be amended in the future and an updated version of the document will be published on our website as soon as practical after any changes are finalised. Please ensure you have also read the Customer Guide and appropriate Key Features document for your product.
Prudential's Principles and Practices of Financial Management
A full list of available Principles and or Financial Management documents (PPFMs), including shorter customer friendly versions, outlining how the With-Profits fund works can be found by clicking here.