Kenneth Tanji, Prudential’s CFO, is elected to PSEG’s board of directors

Kenneth Tanji

Effective Wednesday, Kenneth Tanji has been elected to the Public Service Enterprise Group board of directors. Tanji will serve on the Audit and Finance committees for the Newark based utility.

Tanji has served as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Prudential Financial since December 2018, overseeing global financial management matters including financial reporting, investor relations, treasury, tax, corporate development and actuarial. He joined Prudential in 1988 and has held various leadership positions, including senior vice president and treasurer, chief financial officer of Prudential’s international businesses, and senior financial officer of Prudential Annuities.

“Ken’s track record of strategic guidance, deep financial knowledge and management as well as inclusive leadership will be a tremendous asset to our board,” PSEG Chair, CEO and President Ralph LaRossa said. “Additionally, Ken is a long-term resident of New Jersey. We believe his perspective and experience within our service territory will be invaluable as we continue to position PSEG as an industry leader dedicated to helping customers use less energy, and it’s cleaner, safer and delivered more reliably than ever.”

Tanji serves as trustee and treasurer for the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Yale University and an MBA in finance from the University of Minnesota.