Rockson Leung is Now Chief Financial Officer of Manulife HK

Manulife Hong Kong has appointed Rockson Leung as its Chief Financial Officer. In his new role, Leung reports to Guy Mills, Chief Executive Officer, Manulife Hong Kong, and Nigel Ke, Interim Chief Financial Officer, Manulife Asia.

He oversees the financial functions of Manulife’s operations in Hong Kong, including financial reporting, planning and control, capital management and planning, asset-liability management, treasury and other finance-related matters. He also leads the office-support functions and plays an active part in the overall strategy and direction of Manulife Hong Kong. And being a senior member of the Asia finance team, Leung also provides thought leadership for emerging issues facing the financial functions.

Leung joined Manulife Financial in 2010 as Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Asia, in charge of the region’s actuarial function, including all external actuarial disclosures and capital management.

Since 2014, he held the position of Chief Risk Officer, Asia, responsible for overseeing all risks in the region including those pertaining to enterprise, product, market, operations, insurance and underwriting.

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