Prudential Financial, Inc.
Robert Falzon is vice chair of Prudential Financial, Inc. and a member of Prudential’s Board of Directors.
In his role, Falzon oversees the finance, risk, investments, actuarial, communications, information & technology, and corporate social responsibility functions.
Prior to this position, Falzon was executive vice president and chief financial officer of Prudential Financial, Inc. Appointed to this position in March 2013, he oversaw global financial management matters including financial reporting, treasury, tax, investor relations and mergers and acquisitions.
Previously, Falzon was senior vice president and treasurer of Prudential Financial, Inc., responsible for management of the company’s capital, liquidity and borrowing. Before being appointed treasurer in 2009, he served as managing director of PGIM Real Estate, head of its Global Merchant Banking and Global Real Estate Securities Groups and CEO of its European business.
Before joining PGIM Real Estate in 1998, Falzon was a managing director in the investment banking group at Prudential Securities, Inc. in New York and was previously a managing director in PGIM’s private fixed income business.
Falzon holds an MBA degree in finance and accounting from Columbia University and graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a bachelor’s degree in economics from Rutgers University. He is a CFA charterholder, a Certified Public Accountant, and a member of AICPA and the CFA Institute.
Falzon is an Advisory Board member of the New Jersey Salvation Army (former chair) and chair of the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club of Ironbound in Newark. He is a member of both the Rutgers University Board of Trustees and the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers.
Jeremy A. Noble is President, Insurance at Markel Group Inc. (NYSE: MKL), a diversified holding company with nearly $12 billion in revenues in 2022. In his role, Jeremy serves as the chief executive of all global insurance operations. He oversees insurance, reinsurance, portfolio protection and program services, as well as insurance-linked securities. He was appointed President of Markel, the global specialty insurance operations and largest business within Markel Group, in January 2023.
Jeremy has more than 25 years of experience in financial management, business leadership and corporate strategy. He previously served as the Chief Financial Officer for Markel Group since 2018, and prior to that he was based in London as Finance Director of Markel’s international operations from 2015 to 2018. Jeremy joined Markel in 2002 after working for five years at KPMG LLP.
Jeremy earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Richmond and has previously held the certified public accountant (CPA) and chartered property casualty underwriter (CPCU) designations. He serves on the Executive Advisory Council for the University of Richmond and is an advisor for the Maurice R. Greenberg School of Risk Management, Insurance and Actuarial Science at St. John’s University.
Tom Wamberg is the CEO of Clark Wamberg. Tom has enjoyed two careers. Insurance and Genomics. Tom served as the Founder, Chairman and CEO of Clark Consulting, NYSE, CLK, which successfully went public in 1998 and was purchased by AEGON in 2007.
During his insurance career he was the President of AALU, and the International Forum. He is the author of three books on the subject of Bank Owned Life Insurance. He has testified before Congress in respect to the defense of inside build up and worked with the OCC to draft and publish final regulations in respect to bank ownership of life insurance.
Tom has been a board member of the Cleveland Clinic since 2000 and served on the Innovation Board of the Cleveland Clinic. As part of the Innovation Board Tom saw first hand the latest emerging healthcare technology.
In 2016 Tom served as the President of the Human Longevity Institute in San Diego. Human Longevity has the largest set of whole genome data in the world.
In 2017 Tom founded Wamberg Genomic Advisors, now Genomic Life, which built a membership cancer prevention product, Cancer Guardian, which is successfully sold as a voluntary benefit in the workplace through 100's of employers.
In 2021 Tom founded and was the Chairman and CEO of HealthOME, Inc,. HealthOME is the first company of its type which builds genomic based services and features which are embedded in life insurance and critical illness policies. The objective is to give affordable tools to policyholders to allow them to live longer and healthier lives.
Tom has served on 20 corporate boards and has appeared frequently on Squawk Box and CNBC as a business commentator on corporate governance. Tom is a member of the 100 Longevity Leaders, the 100 Human Resource Influencers and most importantly was the Father of the Year for the Illinois Fatherhood Initiative in 2004. Tom has 7 children and 9 grandchildren.