Introducing M&G plc


October 2019 marked another important milestone in our company’s journey. As you may have heard, M&G has demerged from Prudential plc and we’ve listed on the London Stock Exchange as a new independent company, M&G plc.

While this is an exciting moment for us, our commitment to helping people improve their financial futures remains as strong as ever.

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About M&G plc

M&G plc is a savings and investment company with a long-term outlook, bringing the M&G Investments business together under one roof with the UK and European parts of Prudential.

Our commitment to you

Your relationship with us is of the utmost importance, and will continue unaltered. You will see no change in the services you receive, the products you buy or the investments you hold, as a result of our demerger from Prudential plc.

“Independence gives us an exciting opportunity to grow our business by scaling our high-quality savings and investment solutions, both in the UK and internationally” John Foley, CEO M&G plc

We are excited about this new chapter in our history.

M&G plc vs M&G funds

With M&G plc shares now listed on the stockmarket, it is important to remember that the share price of M&G plc in no way reflects the value of any investments you hold with us.

Each M&G fund has its own price which is updated daily, as it did before, reflecting the performance of the underlying assets it holds. You can find the latest fund prices here.

Important information

Please remember, we are unable to give financial advice. If you are unsure about the suitability of your investment, speak to your financial adviser. The value of the fund's assets will go down as well as up. This will cause the value of your investment to fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you originally invested.