CONFUSION is rife in Hong Kong's business community over its obligations under the Mandatory Provident Fund Ordinance now in place, according to law firm Baker & McKenzie. The firm yesterday called on the Government to sort out the confusion. Baker & McKenzie spokesman David Clark told a seminar yesterday he expected companies to be entangled in legal problems as a result of the legislation if they were not well informed. 'One of their common concerns is how existing pension schemes are going to work,' he said. Watson Wyatt chairman Stuart Leckie said companies could end up closing their present schemes because they did not know how to make them compatible with the Government's requirements. Mr Clark said the business community supported the broad outlines of the Government scheme. The problem was that there was little information about the scheme coming from the Government and authorities needed to take the initiative to explain the scheme to the public. He said that until the new head for the Mandatory Provident Fund Authority was appointed and a timetable laid down, people would remain in the dark.