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Manulife CEO Donald Guloien announces retirement; Roy Gori to step up as CEO

| 02 Jun 2017

Manulife has announced that Mr Donald Guloien, President and CEO, has made the decision to retire as of September 30, and that Mr Roy Gori, who will become Manulife's President on June 5, will succeed Mr. Guloien as CEO and join Manulife's Board of Directors, effective October 1.

Manulife also announced that Mr Craig Bromley, Senior Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Company’s U.S. Division (John Hancock), has left the Company. Mr Michael Doughty, who currently serves as President and General Manager of John Hancock Insurance, has been appointed General Manager of U.S. Division on an interim basis, subject to all necessary approvals. Mr. Doughty and U.S. Division’s senior executive team possess extensive experience leading the business, and Manulife expects it will be business as usual during the transition period, without disruption for customers, employees and other stakeholders.

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