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Manulife Financial Corp., also called Manulife Financial, is a financial services company, which engages in the provision of financial protection and wealth management products and services. It operates through the following business segments: Asia, Canada, U.S., Global Wealth & Asset Management and Corporate & Other. Read More The Asia segment provides insurance products and insurance-based wealth accumulation products in Asia. The Canada segment provides insurance products, insurance-based wealth accumulation products and banking services in Canada. The U.S. segment provides life insurance products, insurance-based wealth accumulation products, digital advice solutions and administering in-force long-term care insurance and annuity businesses in the U.S. The Global Wealth & Asset Management segment provides fee-based wealth solutions to retail, retirement and institutional customers. The Corporate & Other segment comprises of investment performance on assets backing capital, net of amounts allocated to operating segments, financing costs, costs incurred by the corporate office related to shareholder activities, Property & Casualty Reinsurance business and run-off reinsurance business lines. The company was founded on April 26, 1999 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.
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Manulife Shares Jump After Profit Beats Estimates on U.S. Claims
(Bloomberg) -- Manulife Financial Corp. shares rose the most in two months after posting second-quarter earnings that topped analysts’ estimates thanks in part
Manulife says cost containment to be key driver of targeted 10%-12% core earnings growth
TORONTO, Aug 6 (Reuters) - Manulife Financial Corp's focus on containing costs will be a key driver of its target of 10% to 12% growth in core earnings per shar
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Manulife Financial posts lower Q2 profit
Manulife Financial Corp. said profit fell in the fiscal second quarter as the company was affected by interest rates driven by narrower corporate spreads and a