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When Prudential Financial Inc. recently shopped for a bank to provide financing for one of its operating units, it turned tradition on its head. The Prudential treasury structured the deal itself and then asked institutions to bid for the business. As a result, says Prudential treasurer Bernie Jacob, Prudential pocketed the structuring fee and made sure it got the best possible deal.

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