Manulife Makes Senior Promotions in Hong Kong Pensions, Group Life and Health Businesses
Manulife Hong Kong in July 2018 announced the promotions of Raymond Ng to Vice President and Head of Employee Benefits of Manulife (International), and Ellen Leung to Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of Manulife Provident Funds Trust Company..
Raymond Ng heads the strategic development and operation of both the pensions (MPF and ORSO) and group benefits (Life & Health) business of Manulife Hong Kong.
He is responsible for formulating and implementing innovative strategies on products and pricing, sales and distribution, pension services, as well as pension finance and operation. He reports to Manulife Hong Kong CEO Guy Mills and is a member of Manulife Hong Kong’s senior management team.
Ng joined Manulife in 2011 as Assistant Vice President and Head of Business and Product Development, Employee Benefits. Before joining Manulife, he was Head of Sales – Pension and Group Business for AXA China Region in Hong Kong, overseeing both pension and group insurance sales channels. Prior to that, he worked at the insurance unit of HSBC in Hong Kong for more than 15 years and was the Assistant General Manager of Employee Benefits managing the sales and client services department.
He obtained a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Canada and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Leicester in the U.K.
Ellen (Siu Mei) Leung is responsible for compliance, risk management, investment governance, complaint handling, regulatory investigation and reporting. She is also a board director of Manulife Provident Funds Trust Company.
Ms. Leung joined Manulife in 2011 and was most recently Head of Operation & Customer Service, Employee Benefits. She has extensive experience in managing various functions of the retirement and group insurance segments. Before joining Manulife, she worked with a number of retirement service and employee benefits companies in Hong Kong.
She holds a Diploma in Management and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from Henley Business School in the U.K.