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Ms. Sue Reibel

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Senior Vice President of Group Re...

Phone: (518) ***-****  
Local Address:  Kitchener , Ontario , Canada
Manulife Financial Corporation
200 Bloor Street East
Toronto , Ontario M4W 1E5
Canada

Company Description: Manulife Financial Corporation (MFC) is a Canada-based financial services group serving customers in 22 countries and territories around the world. The Company...   more
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  • Bachelor of Mathematics
    University of Waterloo
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Manulife has announced that ...
www.benefitscanada.com [cached]
Manulife has announced that Sue Reibel will succeed Charles Guay as executive vice-president and general manager of institutional markets for Manulife Canada.
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Reibel will assume her new duties in June 2016. She has 13 years of experience in institutional business and specializes in areas such as pension reform and drug benefits. She currently leads Manulife's consumer solutions team.
Sue Reibel, senior ...
www.castanet.net [cached]
Sue Reibel, senior vice-president of consumer solutions at Manulife, says if you're coming off your parents' group plan or another insurance plan, time is of the essence. You generally have about 60 days when you can roll yourself into an individual plan without going through underwriting.
"You've got an opportunity to get a preferential purchase," she said. "If you pass that time frame, then you're buying (while) taking all of your individual circumstances into account and it may affect your price."
Reibel noted that when insurance shoppers consider what they need, it's important to understand what other coverage they already have and what they need so they don't end up paying for non-essential items or lacking insurance for something they could have anticipated.
"It is understanding where your personal gaps are," she said.
Sue Reibel, senior ...
www.castanet.net [cached]
Sue Reibel, senior vice-president of consumer solutions at Manulife, says if you're coming off your parents' group plan or another insurance plan, time is of the essence. You generally have about 60 days when you can roll yourself into an individual plan without going through underwriting.
"You've got an opportunity to get a preferential purchase," she said. "If you pass that time frame, then you're buying (while) taking all of your individual circumstances into account and it may affect your price."
Reibel noted that when insurance shoppers consider what they need, it's important to understand what other coverage they already have and what they need so they don't end up paying for non-essential items or lacking insurance for something they could have anticipated.
"It is understanding where your personal gaps are," she said.
Sue Reibel, senior ...
www.castanet.net [cached]
Sue Reibel, senior vice-president of consumer solutions at Manulife, says if you're coming off your parents' group plan or another insurance plan, time is of the essence. You generally have about 60 days when you can roll yourself into an individual plan without going through underwriting.
"You've got an opportunity to get a preferential purchase," she said. "If you pass that time frame, then you're buying (while) taking all of your individual circumstances into account and it may affect your price."
Reibel noted that when insurance shoppers consider what they need, it's important to understand what other coverage they already have and what they need so they don't end up paying for non-essential items or lacking insurance for something they could have anticipated.
"It is understanding where your personal gaps are," she said.
Sue Reibel, senior ...
www.castanet.net [cached]
Sue Reibel, senior vice-president of consumer solutions at Manulife, says if you're coming off your parents' group plan or another insurance plan, time is of the essence. You generally have about 60 days when you can roll yourself into an individual plan without going through underwriting.
"You've got an opportunity to get a preferential purchase," she said. "If you pass that time frame, then you're buying (while) taking all of your individual circumstances into account and it may affect your price."
Reibel noted that when insurance shoppers consider what they need, it's important to understand what other coverage they already have and what they need so they don't end up paying for non-essential items or lacking insurance for something they could have anticipated.
"It is understanding where your personal gaps are," she said.
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