Hasan Ibrahim

Chief Compliance Officer, Retail, Advice & Solutions Prudential Financial, Inc.

Hasan Ibrahim is Chief Compliance Officer for Retail, Advice & Solutions (RAS) business and distribution with responsibility and oversight over Prudential’s three broker-dealers and retail investment adviser.  Hasan is responsible for handling (and managing a team of compliance professionals who handle) a full range of compliance and regulatory matters that arise in connection with the operation of a business providing holistic wealth management solutions, including investments, life insurance and annuities. He serves as a strategic partner and an integral member of the RAS senior leadership team in helping to define and influence organization strategy and vision with practical and proactive counsel.  Concurrently, Hasan acts as Prudential’s liaison with all state securities enforcement agencies.   

Prior to his current role, Hasan was a Chief Legal Officer for Pruco Securities, LLC (d/b/a Prudential Advisors) a registered FINRA broker-dealer and investment adviser and a Regulatory Counsel in Prudential’s Law Department.  As CLO, he had responsibility and oversight of all legal matters and regulatory matters for Pruco.  As Regulatory Counsel, his responsibilities included enterprise-wide legal coverage of regulatory matters and investigations involving the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, FINRA as well as other federal and state government agencies. He also provided privacy and data security counsel related to Title V of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Regulation S-P, Fair Credit Reporting Act, CAN-SPAM Act and other state and federal privacy requirements and global data protection laws.  Prior to joining Prudential, Hasan spent nearly 10 years at UBS in a variety of legal roles, most notably as Chief Privacy Counsel for the Americas and as a Deputy General Counsel for the Firm’s Utah-based industrial bank.   

Hasan holds an LL.M. in International Legal Studies from NYU Law and earned his J.D. from the Seton Hall University School of Law. He earned his undergraduate degree from Rutgers University.