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Marianne Harrison, President & CEO, Manulife Canada


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September 16, 2015
11:15 am - 2:00 pm
Early Bird Special until
August 7th, 2015

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Join Women of Influence as we showcase North America’s most accomplished and influential women who share their stories of professional success and personal triumph on their rise to the top. Since 1994, the series has shared the dreams, accomplishments and challenges of high profile women in business, government, sciences and the arts. Our highly regarded speakers provide proven advice and inspiration in an environment that promotes networking, learning and growing. This national flagship event is hosted in six cities across Canada and inspires 8,000+ aspiring women leaders each year.

Event Agenda:

  • 11:15-12:00pm                General Reception
  • 12:00-2:00pm                  Luncheon

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Marianne Harrison is Senior Executive Vice President and General Manager of Manulife’s  Canadian Division, as well as President and CEO of Manulife Canada.

In this role, Ms. Harrison is responsible for all aspects of the diversified and balanced insurance and investment business provided by Manulife’s Canadian Division. She also sits on the Company’s Executive Committee.

Before assuming her current position in January 2013, Ms. Harrison had served for five years as President and General Manager for Long-Term Care Insurance for John Hancock Financial, Manulife’s U.S. division. With Ms. Harrison at the helm, John Hancock developed new, viable long-term care solutions in response to the challenges of the low interest rate environment.

Before joining John Hancock, Ms. Harrison had served as Executive Vice President and Controller for Manulife in Toronto since 2003. She had overall accountability for external reporting to shareholders, regulators, and investor relations as well as internal management reporting.

Prior to joining Manulife, Ms. Harrison had been Chief Financial Officer of Wealth Management at TD Bank Group after holding various positions there; before that she worked for PwC.

Ms. Harrison graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a B.A. in English and she earned a Diploma in Accounting from Wilfrid Laurier University. She is a Chartered Accountant and a member of the Canadian/Ontario Institute of Chartered Accountants.

She sits on the Board of Directors of St. Mary’s General Hospital Foundation and is a member of Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association’s Standing Committee on Standards and Marketplace Relations.