Manulife Financial Corporation (MFC)
Last closing price (Feb 25 4:00 EDT):
17.53 (-0.51%) ?
Manulife Financial Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, provides financial protection and wealth management products and services to individual, corporate, and business customers primarily in Asia, Canada, and the United States. Its products and services include individual life insurance, group life and health insurance, long-term care services, pension products, annuities, mutual funds, and banking products. The company also offers retirement products to group benefit plans; reinsurance services, such as property and casualty retrocession; and asset management services to institutional customers. It markets its products under the Manulife Financial and John Hancock brand names. The company provides its products and services through various distribution channels, including insurance agents and brokers, securities brokerage firms, financial planners, pension plan sponsors, pension plan consultants, and banks. Manulife Financial Corporation was founded in 1887 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.
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|Doug Young||TD Newcrest||Buy||Feb 13, '15||17.19||Feb 13, '16||1.98%|
|Doug Young||TD Newcrest||Buy||Sep 15, '14||19.67||Sep 15, '15||-10.88%|
|Michael Goldberg||Desjardins Securities||Buy||Dec 12, '13||17.90||Dec 12, '14||4.92%|
|Tom Mackinnon||BMO Capital Markets||Buy||Nov 08, '13||18.34||Nov 08, '14||2.07%|
|Doug Young||TD Newcrest||Buy||Oct 25, '13||16.81||Oct 25, '14||8.69%|
|Tom Mackinnon||BMO Capital Markets||Buy||Jun 20, '13||15.79||19.00||Jun 20, '14||23.12%|