Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF)

As one of the largest MPF fund managers in Hong Kong, we provide innovative products to our MPF scheme distributors and meet our MPF members' retirement needs.


Why MPF?

Like other developed countries, Hong Kong SAR has a social reality of a swiftly ageing population. In the 1994 World Bank report, several recommendations were made on the demographic problem. In Hong Kong SAR, except for a compulsory retirement scheme, we already had similar systems mentioned in the report, such as the Comprehensive Social Security Assistance (CSSA) scheme. Therefore, on 1 December 2000, the Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF) system was launched with the aim of providing an infrastructure for basic retirement protection.


How MPF works?

Both employers and employees are required to make regular contributions investing in approved pooled investment funds. Employees have complete control over which investments should be made. Upon retirement, employees will be entitled to the accumulated lump sum retirement benefits. If you want to know more about the MPF, please visit the website of the Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority.


Our role in MPF

What do we do for our MPF clients?


Our MPF distributors

Who are the distributors of our MPF products?


Saving for the future

Have you ever considered making extra contributions for your retirement or other investment purposes such as providing for your children's education? Apart from MPF, HSBC Global Asset Management also offers a wide range of quality investment products with different investment objectives to help satisfy your needs.


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