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18 Jun 2018
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Thomson, Warren 

Mr. Warren A. Thomson serves as 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.

Basic Compensation

Total Annual Compensation, CAD 3,942,640
Restricted Stock Awards, CAD 2,018,510
Long-Term Incentive Plans, CAD --
All Other, CAD 1,194,830
Fiscal Year Total, CAD 7,155,980

Options Compensation

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