may launch an audacious bid to rejuvenate its struggling UK business by
shifting thousands of jobs to India.
The corporate will be announcing its designs for the future with the release
of a strategic review on Thursday, but speculation has been rife that the plans
include the relocation of back-office jobs to its operation in Mumbai.
Further afield, Prudential has enjoyed good performance at its
fast-growing US and Asian businesses, but it has suffered from lethargic sales
domestically. The life insurer may also be considering an outsourcing deal to
Since last March, chief executive Mark Tucker has been under the spotlight
from investors to prove that the company can perform adequately on home
territory after rival
approach for Prudential was rejected.
Last week, Aviva announced it was entering into a deal to outsource the
handling of three million insurance policies to
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