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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Richard DeWolfe

71 2013 Independent Chairman of the Board

Donald Guloien

58 2009 President, Chief Executive Officer, Director

Stephen Roder

2015 Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President

Linda Mantia

2016 Chief Operating Officer, Senior Executive Vice President

Roger Renaud

2016 Global Chief Operating Officer

Christopher Conkey

2016 Executive Vice President, Global Chief Investment Officer, Manulife Asset Management, Investment Division

Warren Thomson

61 2010 Chief Investment Officer, Senior Executive Vice President

Gregory Framke

2016 Executive Vice President, Chief Information Officer

Gretchen Garrigues

2016 Executive Vice President, Global Chief Marketing Officer

Rahim Badrudin Hassanali Hirji

2011 Chief Risk Officer, Executive Vice President

James Gallagher

2016 Executive Vice President, Interim General Counsel

Rocco Gori

2015 Executive Vice President, General Manager, Asia

Guy Mills

2016 Executive Vice President, General Manager, Hong Kong & Macau, Asia Division

Stephani Kingsmill

2010 Executive Vice President - Human Resources

Craig Bromley

50 2012 Senior Executive Vice President, U.S. Division

Steven Finch

2016 Executive Vice President, Chief Actuary

Cindy Forbes

2016 Executive Vice President, Chief Analytics Officer

Marianne Harrison

2013 Senior Executive Vice President, General Manager, Canada

Scott Hartz

52 2011 Executive Vice President - General Account Investments

Timothy Ramza

2015 Executive Vice President, Chief Innovation Officer

Kai Sotorp

2014 Executive Vice President, Global Business Head, Wealth and Asset Management

Nadine Chakar

2016 Senior Vice President and Global Head - Operations and Data Management, Investment Division

Glenn Hollis

2016 Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer, Canadian division

Barbara Goose

2016 Chief Marketing Officer

Scott Williams

2016 Vice President of Long-Term-Care Insurance Sales and Distribution

Antonella Deo

Secretary

Joseph Caron

68 2010 Independent Director

John Cassaday

62 1993 Independent Director

Susan Dabarno

63 2013 Independent Director

Sheila Fraser

65 2011 Independent Director

Luther Helms

72 2007 Independent Director

Tsun-yan Hsieh

63 2011 Independent Director

Paul Jenkins

56 2015 Independent Director

Pamela Kimmet

57 2016 Independent Director

Donald Lindsay

57 2010 Independent Director

John Palmer

72 2009 Independent Director

Claude Prieur

65 2013 Independent Director

Andrea Rosen

61 2011 Independent Director

Lesley Webster

64 2012 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Richard DeWolfe

Mr. Richard B. DeWolfe is Independent Chairman of the Board of Manulife Financial Corp. Richard DeWolfe has been Chairman since May 2, 2013, and is Managing Partner of DeWolfe & Company, LLC, a real estate management and investment consulting firm. He was Chairman and CEO of The DeWolfe Companies, Inc., the largest home ownership organization in New England, from 1992 to 2002. The DeWolfe Companies, Inc. was listed on the American Stock Exchange until it was acquired by Cendant Corporation in 2002. He serves on the board of the following not-for-profit organizations: the American College of Corporate Directors, Massachusetts General Hospital (President’s Council), Boston University (Trustee Emeritus), The Boston Foundation (Director Emeritus), The Boston Center for Community and Justice (Honorary director), Wilson Center’s Canada Institute (Advisory Board) and Quissett Harbor Preservation Trust (Chairman). Mr. DeWolfe holds a Bachelor of Applied Science, Marketing and Finance from Boston University and an Executive Masters Professional Director Certification from the American College of Corporate Directors, a public company director education and credentialing organization.

Donald Guloien

Mr. Donald Arthur Guloien is President, Chief Executive Officer, Director of Manulife Financial Corporation. Mr. Guloien is President and Chief Executive Officer of Manulife, a member of the board of directors and chair of Manulife’s executive committee. Before being appointed to his current role in 2009, Mr. Guloien served as Chief Investment Officer, where he was recognized as a leading global investment executive. He was responsible for Manulife’s worldwide investment operations, and led the significant growth of Manulife Asset Management, a global leader in wealth management services, including retail mutual funds, pension funds, and endowments. Mr. Guloien has wide-ranging international experience. In his investment role he was responsible for Manulife’s global investment operations in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan and Asia. In June 2007, his portfolio was expanded to include Manulife’s Asian Insurance and Wealth Management operations representing Japan, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand and Macau. Mr. Guloien has been named International Business Executive of the Year by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, awarded The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal, and received an Arbor Award for his contributions to the University of Toronto. He serves on the board of the following not-for-profit organizations: Geneva Association, Mayor of Shanghai’s International Business Leaders’ Advisory Council (Member), Business Council of Canada (Member), Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association (Director), The Hospital for Sick Children (Board of Trustees), Branksome Hall (Board of Governors), United Way (Campaign Cabinet) and the University of Toronto (Campaign Cabinet). Mr. Guloien holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Toronto and is a Fellow, Life Management Institute. He is also a member of the Ticker Club and the World Presidents’ Organization

Stephen Roder

Mr. Stephen B. Roder is Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President of the Company. He was Chief Financial Officer, Senior Executive Vice President of Manulife Financial Corp. From 2007 to 2010, Mr. Roder was CFO for AIA Group Ltd. Mr. Roder is responsible for managing Manulife’s financial affairs including Finance, Accounting, Capital, Valuation, Treasury, Controllers, Taxation, Investor Relations, Reinsurance and Financial Regulation. Mr. Roder is a driver of change in our organization and is one of the executives responsible for promoting the Efficiency & Effectiveness initiative. He is driving transformation of the Finance function, including process re-engineering, streamlining financial information and improving expense management. He has significantly enhanced our investor relations activities, including broadening our shareholder base, and has played a prominent role in our lobbying efforts for high quality accounting standards. He has played a key role on various corporate development activities and has continued to use his deep knowledge of Asia and extensive network for the benefit of Manulife. Mr. Roder is a member of Manulife’s Executive and Management Committees.

Linda Mantia

Ms. Linda Mantia has been appointed as Chief Operating Officer, Senior Executive Vice President of Manulife Financial Corp., effective Oct. 3, 2016. Most recently, Ms. Mantia served as Executive Vice President of Digital, Payments and Cards at Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), Canada's biggest lender. She was responsible for RBC's award-winning credit card business, as well as the bank's mobile and online banking platforms. Before joining RBC, Ms. Mantia worked at global management consulting firm McKinsey & Co., and prior to that, she practiced corporate securities law at Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP. She holds a law degree from Queen's Law School in Canada.

Roger Renaud

Mr. Roger Renaud has appointed as Global Chief Operating Officer of the Company. effective May 27, 2016. He will continue reporting to Kai Sotorp, President and CEO, Manulife Asset Management & EVP and Global Head of Wealth and Asset Management for Manulife. He will retain his responsibilities as President of Manulife Asset Management Canada and continue as a member of Manulife Asset Management's executive committee. In January of 2015, Mr. Renaud was named President of Manulife Asset Management Canada, following the close of Manulife's acquisition of the Canadian-based assets of Standard Life plc. He had been President of Standard Life Investments Inc. in Canada prior to the acquisition.

Christopher Conkey

Warren Thomson

Mr. Warren A. Thomson is Chief Investment Officer, Senior Executive Vice President of Manulife Financial Corporation. He was Executive Vice President, U.S. Investments of Manulife Financial Corporation. Prior to September 2006, Warren Thomson was Executive Vice President, U.S. Investments. Prior to April 2004, Mr. Thomson was Senior Vice President, Investments. He is responsible for managing MFC Global’s external client (third party) asset management businesses. He oversees the operation of number of MFC Global investment subsidiaries, including MFC Global Investment Management (U.S.), Declaration Management & Research, Hancock Timber Resource Group, Hancock Agricultural Investment Group, and NAL Resources. Additionally, he manages the Real Estate and third party equity and fixed income divisions of MFC Global Investment Management. Mr. Thomson is also a member of Manulife Financial’s Executive and Management Committees. In his previous role, Mr. Thomson was responsible for overseeing the management of all U.S. fixed income portfolios, including public bonds, private debt and mortgages for John Hancock. Mr. Thomson rejoined Manulife as Senior Vice President, Investments in 2001 after serving as President of Norfolk Capital Partners Inc., a boutique investment bank that structured and arranged tax effective financings for high net worth individuals and corporations. He previously worked for Manulife between 1987 and 1994 as Taxation Vice President. Mr. Thomson graduated with a B.A. from the University of Toronto and has his Chartered Accountant designation from the Ontario Institute of Chartered Accountants.

Gregory Framke

Mr. Gregory (Greg) Allen Framke has been Executive Vice President, Chief Information Officer of Manulife Financial Corporation., since January 18, 2016, after being Chief Information Officer, Vice President of the Company. He was recently executive vice-president and chief operations officer at E*Trade, where he managed all technology and operations for the organization globally. Prior to E*Trade he held the role of COO of equity technology at Deutsche Bank (where he had a global mandate across New York, London and Hong Kong), and earlier in his career was a principal in Morgan Stanley's technology practice as well as a client executive in IBM's Wall Street practice. Mr. Framke is responsible for all of Manulife's information services activities on a global basis and advancing the company's effective use of information technology. In this role, Mr. Framke serves as a member of Manulife's executive and management committees.

Gretchen Garrigues

Ms. Gretchen Garrigues is Executive Vice President, Global Chief Marketing Officer of the Company. She joins Manulife following her recent role as First Data's Global Chief Marketing Officer where she led marketing efforts to deliver on First Data's 2015 IPO as well as being responsible for strengthening its brand, growing demand for its products and supporting its sales organization with digital tools to drive revenue. Ms. Garrigues has an extensive financial services background and leadership skills developed over a long career with GE Capital. Joining GE Capital in 1997 in the firm's Paris office, Ms. Garrigues' tenure at GE spanned sixteen years during which she held marketing leadership positions of increasing responsibility across a wide array of financial products and services, ranging from consumer finance, credit cards and private equity to equipment financing, commercial leasing and structured corporate lending. Prior to joining GE Capital, Ms. Garrigues served as a Foreign Trade Officer for the U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service based in Paris. Fluent in English and French, Ms. Garrigues' appointment is effective immediately.

Rahim Badrudin Hassanali Hirji

Mr. Rahim Badrudin Hassanali Hirji is Chief Risk Officer, Executive Vice President of Manulife Financial Corp. Prior to August 11, 2011, Rahim Hirji was Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Canadian Division.

James Gallagher

Mr. James David Gallagher has been Executive Vice President, Interim General Counsel at Manulife Financial Corporation since October 20, 2016. He was the President of the Manufacturers Investment Trust (MIT), the common investment platform that provides underlying investment options across Manulife's U.S. variable products and its Venture Series 401(k) and Pension products. In that role, he led the Investment Management Services Department and guides both Manulife Financial's retail and sub-advised money management relationships. Mr. Gallagher was the President of Manulife New York and Vice President, Chief Legal Counsel and Government Relations for the U.S. Operations of Manulife Financial.

Rocco Gori

Mr. Rocco Gori is Executive Vice President, General Manager, Asia of Manulife Financial Corp. Prior to March 1, 2015, Roy Gori was Regional Head of Retail Banking, Asia Pacific/Head of Consumer Banking North Asia and Australia with Citigroup Pty Ltd.

Guy Mills

Stephani Kingsmill

Ms. Stephani E. Kingsmill is Executive Vice President - Human Resources of Manulife Financial Corporation. Prior to May 2010, Stephani Kingsmill was Senior Vice President and General Manager, Real Estate.

Craig Bromley

Mr. Craig R. Bromley is Senior Executive Vice President, U.S. Division of Manulife Financial Corp. Mr. Bromley is President of John Hancock Financial Services (“JHFS”), the U.S. Division of Manulife, and is responsible for leading all aspects of John Hancock’s operations including Life Insurance, Long Term Care Insurance, Investments (Mutual Funds), Retirement Plan Services and JH Signator. Under Mr. Bromley’s leadership in 2014, the U.S. Division experienced strong gains with recent product launches and business initiatives, resulting in solid financial results including year-end 2014 assets under management of CDN$398.5 billion, up from CDN$340.4 billion in 2013 for a year-over-year increase of 17%. He continues to lead a critical focus on growing higher return, feebased wealth management products and services. Several major initiatives were launched to heighten the awareness of the John Hancock brand as a wealth and asset management firm, including the innovative and well received “Life Comes Next” advertising campaign that combined TV, online and social media. Mr. Bromley was personally responsible for the identification and negotiation of the intent to purchase the NY Life Retirement Plan Services mid-market unit, which will significantly contribute to the growth of the U.S. wealth management business. Mr. Bromley is a member of Manulife’s Executive and Management Committees.

Steven Finch

Mr. Steven A. Finch has been Executive Vice President and Chief Actuary of Manulife Financial Corporation., since April 1, 2016. He was most recently Chief Financial Officer of John Hancock Financial Services. Mr. Finch will lead Manulife's worldwide actuarial function, including valuation of policyholder liabilities and capital management.

Cindy Forbes

Ms. Cindy L. Forbes has been Executive Vice President, Chief Analytics Officer of Manulife Financial Corp since April 1, 2016, after being its Chief Actuary. She has been Executive Vice President since August 6, 2010. Ms. Forbes is Chief Financial Officer for Manulife's Asia Division and prior to that, was CFO for the Company's Japanese business. Before her assignment to Asia, she was CFO of Reinsurance and she worked in Manulife's Investment and U.S. Pensions divisions.

Marianne Harrison

Ms. Marianne Harrison is Senior Executive Vice President, General Manager, Canada of Manulife Financial Corp. Prior to January 2013, Marianne Harrison was Executive Vice President and General Manager of John Hancock Long-Term Care Insurance. Ms. Harrison joined Manulife Financial in 2003, and prior to John Hancock Long-Term Care, had served as Executive Vice President and Controller. Before that she was Chief Financial Officer, Wealth Management at TD Bank Financial Group. Prior to that, she served as Vice President, Performance Management, TD Canada Trust. Ms. Harrison is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Western Ontario and a Diploma in Accounting from Wilfrid Laurier University.

Scott Hartz

Mr. Scott Sears Hartz is Executive Vice President - General Account Investments of Manulife Financial Corporation. Previously, Mr. Hartz oversaw all U.S. balance sheet investments for Manulife, a post he assumed in 2007. From 2004 to 2007, he was Senior Vice President and head of the Bond & Corporate Finance Group, overseeing all U.S. bond assets, having been the lead portfolio manager for the General account since 1998. He began his career with John Hancock in 1983. Mr. Hartz is a graduate of Colby College and is both a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Fellow of the Society of Actuaries (FSA).

Timothy Ramza

Mr. Timothy William Ramza has been Executive Vice President, Chief Innovation Officer of Manulife Financial Corporation since November 12, 2015. For the past two years, in the role of senior vice-president, wealth management strategy and business development, Mr. Ramza provided thought leadership on innovation and strengthened Manulife's ties with the start-up community by acquiring and leading investments into exciting new technology companies. He has been responsible for extending John Hancock's wealth management franchise into new markets and expanding wealth management revenue opportunities in the U.S. Prior to joining John Hancock, he held various executive roles at Fidelity Investments, including senior vice-president of enhanced platform solutions for advanced wealth ventures and senior vice-president of technology product development for Fidelity's family office services. Before joining Fidelity, Mr. Ramza held various executive leadership roles at Advent Software. He holds a bachelor of business administration degree in finance from the University of Texas.

Kai Sotorp

Mr. Kai Reiner Sotorp is Executive Vice President, Global Business Head, Wealth and Asset Management of Manulife Financial Corporation., since July 1, 2014. Prior to July 1, 2014, Kai Sotorp was Head, Asia Pacific, Group Managing Director at UBS Global Asset Management (Hong Kong). Prior to September 2012, Mr. Sotorp was Senior Advisor at Florida Equity Partners. Prior to September 2011, Mr. Sotorp was Group Managing Director at UBS Global Asset Management. Previously, Mr. Sotorp had also spent eleven years with UBS Global Asset Management in a variety of roles, including Group Managing Director based in Chicago, CEO Americas and member of UBS' Group Managing Board, Regional Head Asia Pacific, and President of UBS Global Asset Management (Japan). Prior to UBS, Mr. Sotorp was with American International Group as President, AIGGIC Japan, and with Kemper Financial Services as an Executive Vice President. He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, Harvard University and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Boston University.

Nadine Chakar

Ms. Nadine Chakar is Senior Vice President and Global Head - Operations and Data Management, Investment Division of the company. She was with BNY Mellon as EVP & Head of eCommerce, Strategy and Research and Financial Market Infrastructure. In her 27-year career leading global asset servicing teams and various business lines, she was based in BNY Mellon's Boston, Amsterdam, London and New York locations. She began her career in Global Operations at State Street inBoston. Ms. Chakar holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Boston University.

Glenn Hollis

Mr. Glenn Hollis is Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer, Canadian division of the Company. Mr. Hollis was most recently with Level 5 Strategy Group as a senior strategic consultant working on various businesses and also directly, through his own consultancy practice, with WestJet as a client. From 2007 to 2015, he was vice-president, marketing, brand strategy and guest experience (Canada, United States and international) with Tim Hortons. Prior to his tenure at Tim Hortons, Mr. Hollis worked at the Canadian operations of some of the world's leading advertising agencies, including J. Walter Thompson, Young and Rubicam, BBDO, and Saatchi & Saatchi.

Barbara Goose

Ms. Barbara Goose has been appointed as Chief Marketing Officer of the Company. Ms. Goose has more than 20 years of experience in the digital marketing space, having led innovative and strategic programs that built brand equity for national and multinational brands. At Altisource, she launched an on-line real estate platform, led rebranding efforts, established an in-house creative team and delivered innovative solutions to build engagement among key audiences for Altisource's businesses. Previously, Ms. Goose had been president of DigitasLBi Boston and Detroit, where she was responsible for the overall growth of both offices, as well as the strategy and execution of client programs. Under her leadership, DigitasLBi Boston experienced significant growth to become Greater Boston's largest agency, adding such clients as Dunkin' Donuts, ZipCar, and Lenovo, while recruiting some of the industry's top talent. She also helped establish the DigitasLBi office in Detroit through her leadership of the agency's work with General Motors.

Scott Williams

Mr. Scott Williams is Vice President of Long-Term-Care Insurance Sales and Distribution of the Company. He has nearly 25 years in insurance and financial services, Williams most recently served as the president of the MarketPlace Group for LTCI Partners, a national long-term care insurance wholesaler, for about two and a half years. Prior to that, Williams served as vice president of long-term care insurance sales at John Hancock. Williams served in a variety of roles including as a member of the team that grew Hancock's career agency sales of long-term care insurance from $5 million to $95 million. He also worked to build independent distribution of long-term care insurance through banks, broker dealers, wire houses, specialized career agencies and a network of managing general agents.

Antonella Deo

Joseph Caron

Mr. Joseph Peter Caron is an Independent Director of Manulife Financial Corporation. Mr. Caron is Principal and Founder of Joseph Caron Incorporated, a consulting business established in 2010 to provide strategic counsel to Asian businesses seeking to grow in Canada and Canadian businesses and organizations focused on development in Asia. His experience includes four years with HB Global Advisors Corporation, the international consulting firm of Heenan Blaikie LLP (2010 to 2013), and almost four decades with the Government of Canada where he served in a number of key diplomatic posts, including Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China (2001 to 2005), Ambassador to Japan (2005 to 2008) and High Commissioner to the Republic of India (2008 to 2010). He also serves on the board of the Vancouver International Airport. Mr. Caron holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Ottawa. He holds honorary degrees from York University and Meiji Gakuin University, and has been named a Distinguished Fellow of the Asia Pacific Foundation and an Honorary Research Associate of the University of British Columbia’s Institute of Asian Research.

John Cassaday

Mr. John M. Cassaday is an Independent Director of Manulife Financial Corp. Mr. Cassaday is currently a corporate director. Mr. Cassaday was previously President and Chief Executive Officer of Corus Entertainment Inc., a position he held since its inception in 1999 until his retirement on March 31, 2015. Corus is a Canadian leader in pay and specialty television and in Canadian radio and a global leader in children’s programming and licensing. Prior to Corus, Mr. Cassaday was Executive Vice President of Shaw Communications, President and Chief Executive Officer of CTV Television Network and President of Campbell Soup Company in Canada and the United Kingdom. He also serves on the board of Irving Oil Ltd. (non-public) and St. Michael’s Hospital Foundation. Mr. Cassaday has an MBA (Dean’s List) from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, and is active in community affairs, principally with St. Michael’s Hospital.

Susan Dabarno

Ms. Susan F. Dabarno is an Independent Director of Manulife Financial Corporation. Ms. Dabarno has been a corporate director since 2011. She has extensive wealth management and distribution expertise and served from 2009 to 2010 as Executive Chair, and from 2003 to 2009 as President and Chief Executive Officer, of Richardson Partners Financial Limited, an independent wealth management services firm. Before joining Richardson Partners Financial Limited, Ms. Dabarno was President and Chief Operating Officer at Merrill Lynch Canada Inc. She is a former director of the Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Corporation (government funded organization) and Bridgepoint Health Foundation (not-for-profit). Ms. Dabarno is a Chartered Professional Accountant and holds a Class II Diploma from McGill University.

Sheila Fraser

Ms. Sheila Sarah Margaret Fraser is an Independent Director of Manulife Financial Corporation. She is currently a Corporate Director. From 2001 to 2011, Ms. Fraser served as Auditor General of Canada and, prior to joining the Office of the Auditor General in 1999 as Deputy Auditor General, she was a partner at Ernst & Young LLP for 18 years. Ms. Fraser’s contributions to the accounting and auditing profession include her current role as a Trustee of the International Financial Reporting Standards Foundation. She has also chaired two committees of the International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI) as well as the Public Sector Accounting Board of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants and, until December 31, 2013, was a member of the International Federation of Accountants-International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board (IFAC-IPSASB). Ms. Fraser is currently a director of the International Institute for Sustainable Development - Experimental Lakes Area and a member of the United Nations Development Programme Advisory Council. Ms. Fraser is currently a director of Bombardier Inc. Ms. Fraser holds a Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario and the Ordre des comptables professionnels agréés du Québec.

Luther Helms

Mr. Luther S. Helms is an Independent Director of Manulife Financial Corporation. He has been the Managing Director of Sonata Capital Group since 2000. Sonata is a privately-owned registered investment advisory firm. Mr. Helms has extensive banking and financial services experience, holding various positions at Bank of America Corporation, including Vice Chairman from 1993-1998, and was the Vice Chairman of KeyBank from 1998-2000. Mr. Helms is currently a director of ABM Industries Incorporated. Mr. Helms has an MBA from the University of Santa Clara and a BA, History and Economics from the University of Arizona.

Tsun-yan Hsieh

Mr. Tsun-yan Hsieh is an Independent Director of Manulife Financial Corporation. He is Chairman of LinHart Group Pte Ltd., a firm he founded in 2010 to provide leadership services internationally. Mr. Hsieh, a resident of Singapore, has extensive consulting experience in business strategy, leadership development and corporate transformation. Mr. Hsieh joined McKinsey & Company in 1980 and was elected a director from 1990 to 2008, when he retired. During his tenure, he served as Managing Director of Canada and ASEAN practices and led McKinsey’s Organization and Leadership Practice globally. Mr. Hsieh is currently a director of Singapore Airlines. At the National University of Singapore, he holds joint appointment as Provost Chair Professor at the Business School and the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. He serves on the Advisory Board of the Business School. Mr. Hsieh has a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Alberta and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Paul Jenkins

Mr. Paul Thomas (Tom) Jenkins is an Independent Director of Manulife Financial Corporation., effective March 1, 2015. Mr. Jenkins was Chief Strategy Officer of OpenText. Prior to 2005, Mr. Jenkins was President and Chief Executive Officer of OpenText. Mr. Jenkins has served as a Director of OpenText since 1994 and as its Chairman since 1998. Mr. Jenkins is Executive Fellow at the School of Public Policy at the University of Calgary and the Chair of the federal centre of excellence Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN). He is also an appointed member of the National Research Council of Canada (NRC). He is the past appointed chair of the Government of Canada’s Defence Procurement Panel, the chair of the Research and Development Review Panel, past appointed member of the Government of Canada’s Competition Policy Review Panel, and past appointed member of the Province of Ontario’s Ontario Commercialization Network Review Committee (OCN). Mr. Jenkins is a member of the board of Thomson Reuters. In the past five years, Mr. Jenkins was also a member of the board of BMC Software, Inc., a software corporation based in Houston, Texas. He is also a director of the C.D. Howe Institute, and a director of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE). Mr. Jenkins received an MBA from the Schulich School of Business at York University, an MASc. from the University of Toronto and a BEng & Mgt. from McMaster University. Mr. Jenkins received an honorary doctorate of laws from the University of Waterloo and an honorary doctorate of Military Science from the Royal Military College of Canada. He is a recipient of the 2009 Ontario Entrepreneur of the Year, the 2010 McMaster Engineering L.W. Shemilt Distinguished Alumni Award and the Schulich School of Business 2012 Outstanding Executive Leadership award. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering (FCAE). Mr. Jenkins was awarded the Canadian Forces Decoration (CD) and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal (QDJM). Mr. Jenkins is an Officer of the Order of Canada (OC).

Pamela Kimmet

Ms. Pamela O. Kimmet has been Independent Director of Manulife Financial Corporation., since March 7, 2016. Ms. Kimmet is the Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc., a publicly traded beverage marketer, producer, and distributor and one of the world’s largest independent Coca-Cola bottlers, a position she has held since 2008. Ms. Kimmet has extensive human resources leadership experience, including in the financial services industry with senior positions at Bear, Stearns & Company, Inc. and Citigroup, Inc. Ms. Kimmet is a fellow of the National Academy of Human Resources, Vice Chair of the HR Policy Association and Chair of its Center for Executive Compensation, former Chair of the National Business Group on Health, and a member of the Personnel Roundtable. She holds an MBA from Michigan State University and a Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University

Donald Lindsay

Mr. Donald Richard Lindsay is an Independent Director of Manulife Financial Corporation. He is President and CEO of Teck Resources Limited, Canada’s largest diversified mining, mineral processing and metallurgical company, a position he has held since 2005. Mr. Lindsay’s experience includes almost two decades with CIBC World Markets Inc., where he ultimately served as President after periods as Head of Investment and Corporate Banking and Head of the Asia Pacific Region. Mr. Lindsay is currently a director of Teck Resources Limited. Mr. Lindsay earned a BSc in Mining Engineering from Queen’s University and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.

John Palmer

Mr. John R. V. Palmer is an Independent Director of Manulife Financial Corporation. Mr. Palmer is Chairman and a founding director of the Toronto Leadership Centre, an organization focused on leadership in financial supervision. Mr. Palmer was the Superintendent of Financial Institutions, Canada from 1994 to 2001, following his career at KPMG LLP (Canada) where he held senior positions, including Managing Partner and Deputy Chairman. He was also the Deputy Managing Director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore and has advised other regulators including the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. He serves on the board of the following non-public companies and notfor-profit organizations: Golden Hind Holding Corp., Prudential Advisory Services Pte Ltd., Tenaugust Properties Inc. and Toronto Leadership Centre (Chairman). Mr. Palmer is a Fellow of the Institutes of Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario and British Columbia and holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of British Columbia.

Claude Prieur

Mr. Claude James Prieur is an Independent Director of Manulife Financial Corporation. He has been a Corporate Director since 2011 and, prior to that time, Mr. Prieur served as Chief Executive Officer and director of CNO Financial Group, Inc. from 2006 until his retirement in 2011. CNO Financial Group is a life insurance holding company focused on the senior middle income market in the U.S. Prior to joining CNO Financial Group, Mr. Prieur was President and Chief Operating Officer of Sun Life Financial, Inc. from 1999 to 2006 where he had previously led operations in Asia, Canada, United States, and the United Kingdom. Mr. Prieur is a member of the President’s Circle of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, and a member of The Pacific Council on International Policy and its China Committee. Mr. Prieur is a Chartered Financial Analyst and holds an MBA from the Richard Ivey School at Western University and a BA from the Royal Military College of Canada.

Andrea Rosen

Ms. Andrea Sarah Rosen is an Independent Director of Manulife Financial Corporation. She has been a Corporate Director since 2006. Ms. Rosen’s extensive knowledge of the financial services industry includes investment banking and wholesale and retail banking. Prior to January 2005, her experience includes more than a decade with the TD Bank Financial Group, where she ultimately served as Vice Chair, TD Bank Financial Group and President of TD Canada Trust. Earlier in her career, she held progressively senior positions at Wood Gundy Inc. and was Vice President at Varity Corporation. Ms. Rosen is currently a director of the Alberta Investment Management Corporation, Emera Inc. and Hiscox Limited. Ms. Rosen has an LLB from Osgoode Hall Law School, an MBA from the Schulich School of Business at York University and a BA from Yale University.

Lesley Webster

Dr. Lesley Daniels Webster is an Independent Director of Manulife Financial Corporation. She is President and founder of Daniels Webster Capital Advisors, an enterprise risk management consulting firm established in 2006. Ms. Webster has extensive financial industry experience and was Executive Vice President of JP Morgan Chase’s firm-wide Market and Fiduciary Risk Management from 1994 until 2005. Prior to that, she was global head of US Dollar Fixed Income Derivatives at UBS Securities, Inc. and head of Fixed Income Arbitrage trading at Chase Manhattan Bank. Ms. Webster is currently a director of MarketAxess Holdings Inc. Ms. Webster earned a Ph.D. in Economics from Stanford University and a BA in Economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana.