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Head of Financial Wellness Strategy,
Vishal Jain is the Head of Financial Wellness Strategy and Development for Prudential Financial. He is responsible for defining Prudential's financial wellness strategy and partnering with a wide range of stakeholders across Prudential in developing and delivering financial wellness capabilities and solutions to the market.
Prior to his current role, Vishal led strategy and financial wellness for Prudential's Group Insurance business. Vishal joined Group Insurance from Prudential's Strategic Initiatives Group, where he helped lead Prudential's cross-business thought leadership and strategic review efforts from 2008 to 2011. Earlier in his career, he was an engagement manager at McKinsey & Company, where he supported retirement providers, asset managers and insurers on strategy and marketing issues.
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