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Prudential Retirement expands Pension Risk Transfer team

ALSO: Industry news from: Prudential Retirement, Guardian, Security Mutual, Unity Financial, Truphone and Ameritas

Rohit Mathur joined Prudential Retirement’s pension risk transfer (PRT) team in the newly created role of senior vice president, Global Product and Market Solutions.

Mathur will assess corporate finance implications of pension risk management to cultivate a consistent recognition of pension de-risking solutions. He will partner with the company’s distribution team in the service of clients and promote understanding of these issues among credit and equity analysts, treasurers, chief financial officers and investment bankers. He will also lead the team developing original research and related marketing for pension de-risking strategies.

Truphone unveiled its Truphone Mobile Recording (TMR) service in the United States.

Truphone’s solution is network based, so users have a normal mobile phone user experience – even when operating internationally. This enables financial institutions to be compliant with the recording regulations, without impeding their operations. Financial Institutions’ communications are archived in either their own existing recording architecture or Truphone’s redundant managed service environment. In addition to the USA and UK, Truphone is planning to extend its recording solution to an additional six countries in 2013 and a further eight countries in 2014. Truphone already records calls and SMS made to and from over 200 countries around the world.

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