, Hong Kong

Manulife Hong Kong names Carrie Tong as Macao head

She is also the Chief Strategy Officer for Hong Kong and Macau.

Manulife Hong Kong has appointed Carrie Tong as Head of Macau Branch in addition to her current role as Chief Strategy Officer for Hong Kong and Macau.

In her newly expanded role, Tong will assume overall accountability for the Macau branch operations and will be responsible for driving Manulife’s strategies across the GBA region. She will continue to report to Damien Green, Chief Executive Officer of Manulife Hong Kong and Macau.

Tong will head up a wide range of business initiatives such as driving operational efficiencies across Manulife’s Macau business, strengthening synergies in the GBA.

Tong joined Manulife Asia in 2015 to lead strategy development and business planning, drive business transformation, and execute its strategic project agenda across the region. She was appointed as CSO for Hong Kong and Macau in 2020 and has since overseen a number of successful projects in relation to the company's ongoing investments in ramping up its agency and business footprint.

Tong will start her expanded role on 1 January 2022.

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