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ulife plans to free up $3.8 billion in capital by 2022TORO

NTO (Reuters) - Manulife (MFC.TO), Canada’s biggest insurer, said on Wednesday it had set a target to free up C$5 billion ($3.8 billion) in capital over the next three years, partly by offloading businesses that it no lo

nger wants. Reuters reported in February that Manulife was weighing the sale of a

number of U.S. insurance assets after conducting a strategic review of its U.S. operations including its John Hancock business. Manulife also said it had set a target to cut its expenses by C$1 billion by 2022. The company last week said it planned to cut 700 jobs in Canada as part of a drive to aut

omate certain functions. It also said it would merge its Canadian headquarters into one location. The moves are part of a drive by new Chief Executive Roy Gori to streamline the business and to run its operations more efficiently, taking advantage of new technology that ca

n be used to automate more tasks. Share in Manulife were down 0.3 percent at 0950 EST.