Aimee DeCamillo to lead Manulife Investment Management: leadership changes

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Manulife has hired Aimee DeCamillo as Global Head of Retirement within its Manulife Investment Management unit.

Manulife is a Toronto-based life insurer, and the investment management unit is its wealth and asset management arm.

She was previously a commercial director at Jackson.

What this means

Although the John Hancock branch of Manulife has ceased selling individual annuities in the United States, it continues to sell mutual funds and pension plans in the United States. The company also offers income planning arrangements in the form of permanent life insurance policies and is a major financial services player in Canada and Asia.

DeCamillo’s role means she could have a major influence on shaping the company’s retirement advisory services and income planning strategies around the world.

She said in a comment, included in the announcement of her new role, that she hopes to work with Manulife teams to accelerate the development of retirement planning solutions for each market the company serves.

DeCamillo’s background

DeCamillo spent 12 years at Merrill Lynch. When she left, she was responsible for the company’s personal retirement.

For approximately nine years, she was an executive in pension services at T. Rowe Price.

She served as chair of the board of directors of LL Global’s Secure Retirement Institute and a member of the board of directors of the Spark Institute. She has also served on the board of the Employee Benefits Research Institute.

She holds a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University and holds the professional designation of Certified Retirement Planning Consultant.

TIAA

TIAA has hired Jessica Austin Barker as Director of Digital and Customer Experience.

She is leaving Intuit for the New York-based life insurer and asset manager, where she was vice president of customer success and retention strategy. She was also a group product manager for Intuit’s Quicken and TurboTax products.

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