The last time we wrote about Manulife Financial Corp. was in May, 2007, when insiders were selling. Their profit-taking was timely in light of the ensuing global financial crisis. Since the Lehman Brothers collapse, the Manulife board has undergone changes. One of the new directors is Susan Dabarno, appointed this month. On March 6, she bought 30,000 shares in the public market. Seeing a new director put money on the line is encouraging. Teck Resources CEO Donald Lindsay also bought shares after joining the Manulife board in 2010.
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