George Lung and Johnny Chan will serve as senior executive regional director.
Manulife Hong Kong has promoted two industry veterans to its most senior agency roles and announced a further 28 senior promotions as part of its plans to grow its agency force .
George Lung has been named senior executive regional director after his 29-year stint in the firm and having served as executive regional director since 2016. Johnny Chan will also occupy a similar position. Having joined Manulife in 2009, Chan moved up the ranks to assume the role of executive regional director in 2017.
Daniel Chu and Samy Chan have also been appointed senior regional directors.
Manulife Hong Kong will also have four of its employees promoted to regional director, including Clement Lam, Vernon Cheuk, May Wong, and Dominic Sin. The insurer also promoted other senior agency leaders, Danny Yau, Bonnie Kan, Raymond Wan, Victor Kuan and Daniel Cheng to senior district director positions.
Elizabeth Tang, Wendy Chan, Daniel Li, Mandy Cheung, Paul Yeung, Andy Law, Terence Tang, Jackie Chan, Tracy Wong, Janette Chan, Lyman Lee, Michael Ismail, Sisi Sun, Terry Chan, Victor Chan, Carolina Dos Santos and Jeremy Tsang have also moved up the corporate leadder as district director.
Manulife’s agency force is the mainstay of its Hong Kong distribution network, having grown 14% to approximately 8,700 professional advisors in Q1.
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