John Hancock announced that Marianne Harrison would retire after 20 years with the Manulife division. Brooks Tingle, current president and chief executive officer of John Hancock Insurance and global leader in behavioral insurance, Manulife, will take office on April 1.
Tingle said in a statement: “I am grateful to have learned a lot from Marianne and look forward to working with her on a smooth transition. As a life insurer, we have a unique opportunity and responsibility to help people live longer, healthier and better lives. life. This means we can create shared value for our shareholders, customers and society, all with the aim of increasing life expectancy and improving health. It is a concept we believe in so deeply that it is now the cornerstone of how we do business, and one that we intend to help shape the future of our company and industry.”
Tingle, who previously held positions in marketing, strategy and operations at Hancock, led the insurance company to implement and focus on behavioral insurance. In 2015, the company launched Vitality, a digital interactive wellness program.
Harrison, who has served in multiple leadership roles for many years, has been President and CEO of John Hancock since 2017.
Roy Gorey, President and CEO of Manulife, said in a statement, “Marianne’s intense passion for our people has been a hallmark of her tenure. Throughout her tenure at John Hancock, she has helped transform the business with an unwavering focus on our customers, our shareholders. , and the communities in which we operate. … Through his creativity, Brooks has led the evolution of our approach to behavioral insurance and has driven innovations across our product line, such as our recently announced collaboration with GRAIL.”
The company also recently partnered with Allstate to reward its Vitality members with points for safer driving through the Allstate Drivewise program.