Previously, Tanji served as vice president of Finance for Prudential’s asset management businesses, including Prudential Investment Management, Prudential Investments, Prudential Mortgage Capital Company and Prudential Real Estate Investors. He was also director of Finance for Prudential’s Investment Division and held various positions with Prudential Securities’ Private Client and Debt Capital Markets Groups. Tanji joined Prudential in 1988 with the group insurance and healthcare operation in Minneapolis. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Yale University and an MBA in finance from the University of Minnesota. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst.
Taking the position of CAO and CFO of Prudential’s International Businesses is John Hanrahan, who since January 2010 has served as president and CEO of The Prudential Life Insurance Company, Ltd., Prudential’s flagship Life Planner operation, which is headquartered in Tokyo and known as Prudential of Japan (POJ). Prior to his assignment at POJ, Hanrahan was chief financial officer for Prudential’s International Businesses. In this role, he was responsible for financial and actuarial oversight of the International Insurance companies outside the United States, as well as financial oversight of the Investments and Global Commodities businesses.
After joining Prudential in 1978 as an actuarial associate, Hanrahan gained broad exposure to the enterprise in a variety of assignments, including positions in Equity Management, Systems, Marketing, Actuarial and Product Development and Group Insurance. In 1991, he transferred to the International Insurance Department as vice president, Actuarial and Financial Services.
Hanrahan transferred to Prudential’s Eastern Home Office in 1992 and headed the Life Operations unit of Prudential Insurance in the New York and New England territory. In 1995, he returned to Corporate as vice president, actuarial support in Operations and Systems. Hanrahan rejoined the International Insurance group in March 1997 as chief financial officer. In August 2007, he added responsibilities for the International Investment businesses. John received a B.S. from Stevens Institute and also holds the FSA, CFA, CLU and ChFC designations.
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