BRIEF-John Wiley & Sons says to record non-cash income tax charge of $49 mln in Q2
* Says to record a predominately non-cash income tax charge of approximately $49 mln ($0.84 per share) in Q2
TORONTO Nov 30 Manulife Financial Corp Chairwoman Gail Cook-Bennett will retire in May and will be replaced by board member Richard DeWolfe, the company said on Friday.
Cook-Bennett, 71, who has been on the insurer's board since 1978 and chairwoman since 2008, will reach the mandatory board retirement age next year, Manulife said in a statement.
DeWolfe will assume the position of vice-chairman on Dec. 1, before taking over as chairman following the company's annual shareholder meeting in May. He joined the board in 2004 and is a managing partner of real estate consulting firm DeWolfe & Company.
This is the second high-level personnel move at Manulife announced this week. On Tuesday, the company named Marianne Harrison general manager of its Canadian division, replacing Paul Rooney, who earlier this month was appointed the company's chief operating officer.
Manulife is Canada's largest insurance company and owner of U.S. insurer John Hancock.
* To expand number of directors that constitute the board from 11 to 12 and elected John E. Bachman as a Class I director Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
(Adds comment, auction details, updates prices) * Deutsche Bank woes continue to weigh on U.S. yields * Treasury rally has been going since Fed decision last week * Tepid U.S. 5-year auction fails to blunt Treasury rally By Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss NEW YORK, Sept 27 U.S. long-dated Treasury debt yields fell to three-week lows on Tuesday on concerns about ongoing problems at Deutsche Bank, Germany's largest lender, which could again delay the next interest rate