Prudential chair Shriti Vadera under pressure over conduct and succession - reports 

Mark Battersby
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Shriti Vadera, the chairwoman of the Prudential, is under pressure amid a weakened share price, claims of a messy succession process to replace group chief executive Mike Wells and allegations about her conduct towards staff, which she denies, according to a report in The Sunday Times on 13 March. The former Treasury mandarin took over at the Prudential in January last year as the executive team was pushing through the final stages of a restructuring of the business to focus solely on Asia and North Africa.  A Ugandan-born British investment banker, Vadera (pictured) joined the board ...

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