Manulife CEO Steps Down
Manulife today announced that Donald Guloien, President and Chief Executive Officer, has made the decision to retire as of September 30. Roy Gori, who will become Manulife’s President on June 5, will succeed Mr. Guloien as CEO.
“Donald Guloien, President and Chief Executive Officer, has made the decision to retire as of September 30.”
Mr. Gori joined Manulife from Citi in early 2015, where he served as Head of Consumer Banking, North Asia and Australia, and Regional Head of Retail Banking, Asia Pacific, which included responsibility for Citi’s insurance and wealth management businesses.
News Source: Manulife Press Release
Manulife Financial is a leading Canadian-based financial services group serving millions of customers in 22 countries and territories world-wide. We provide financial protection and wealth management products and services, to individual and group customers in Canada, the United States and Asia. These products and services include individual life insurance, group life and health insurance, long-term care services, pension products, annuities, mutual funds and banking products. We offer reinsurance services, specializing in life retrocession and property and casualty reinsurance and provide investment management services with respect to the Company’s general fund and segregated fund assets and to mutual funds and institutional customers.
- Origin: Toronto, Canada
- Assets: $704,643 million CAD
- Revenue: $34,430 million CAD
- Employees: 34,000 employees & 63,000 agents
Official Website: www.manulife.com
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Updated on 8th August 2016