December 1, 2020
A leader in financial solutions for more than
Part of a global financial institution
$832B¹ in assets under management and administration globally
A leading provider of investment solutions in Canada
Top 10² in terms of assets under management
1 Source: MFC statistical information package, as of March 31, 2020. Global Wealth and Asset Management assets under management and administration includes $195.4B CAD of assets managed on behalf of other segments and $138.9B of assets under administration.
2 Source: Mutual funds - $68,585 million CAD – Rank #7 in the industry, IFIC, June 2020. Segregated Funds – assets under management $34,664 million CAD – Ranked #1 in the industry, Investor Economics – Canada, June 2020
A passion for providing solutions
We draw on more than a century of experience and offer that to advisors and investors alike. Although rooted in history, we’re driven by the idea of challenging the status quo, partnering with advisors, and delivering real value to our customers. This passion for creating solutions is guided by the belief that our success is measured by that of our clients.
A broad range of investment solutions
No matter what your stage of life, we have investment solutions designed to help you pursue your financial goals.
Timely insight from our team of experts
Because we believe sound financial advice makes all the difference, we provide expert support for advisors and their clients.
Access to our full-suite of Manulife solutions including insurance, group retirement and group benefits.
To meet a wide spectrum of financial needs, we bring the full capabilities of our global organization.
A specialist approach
We offer highly differentiated strategies across our areas of expertise — fixed-income, equity, balanced, and multi-asset solutions — each managed with a unique investment objective by a team with the expertise and experience to deliver. We complement these capabilities with access to a network of specialized unaffiliated asset managers from around the world.
Deep in-house capabilities
We harness the full power of our global investment organization to offer a wide range of strategies, with entrepreneurial investment teams leveraging the deep local market expertise of more than 450 investment professionals worldwide.
Complemented by a network of asset management partners
The result: local insight, global reach
Our ability to assess risks and opportunities from multiple perspectives includes a presence in Asia that spans 10 countries and territories and more than 120 years of on-the-ground experience. This unique combination of local insight and global reach helps drive results for our clients in Canada.
A commitment to investing responsibly
Responsible stewardship is at the heart of our business and culture, both as an asset manager and as a steward of our clients’ capital. Across our diverse portfolio of businesses, we seek to be a global leader of sustainable asset management, creating long-term value for our stakeholders while helping realize a more viable trajectory for the global economy.
Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) research is integrated in our decision-making across our in-house portfolio management teams, so we can better understand the true risk/return profile of companies we invest in.
We use our position as a large institutional shareholder to engage constructively with companies on a variety of ESG issues with the goal of enhancing long-term shareholder value.
Some of our memberships and affiliations
Investing in our community
We want to motivate and empower all Canadians, so that their decisions become easier and their lives better. One of the ways we do that is through programs that can guide them toward making healthier and more financially sound choices, as well as provide opportunities to impact their communities in meaningful ways.Read more
November 30, 2020
Eric Theoret, Global Macro Strategist at Manulife Investment Management, spoke with BNN Bloomberg about several topics, including market reactions to a potential COVID-19 vaccine and how central banks could move from giving emergency support to supporting economic recovery while removing the “training wheels.”
November 30, 2020