The move will allow an additional 600,000 residents born in 1952 or earlier to qualify for the securities. Photo: Jonathan Wong The move will allow an additional 600,000 residents born in 1952 or earlier to qualify for the securities. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The move will allow an additional 600,000 residents born in 1952 or earlier to qualify for the securities. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong to triple Silver Bond offering in July, lower minimum age to 60 to widen pool of eligible senior citizens

  • The sixth batch of Silver Bonds will open for sale on July 20, paying a minimum guaranteed rate of 3.5 per cent annually
  • The reduced age limit will enable 600,000 more people who are aged between 60 to 64 to subscribe

Topic |   Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA)
The move will allow an additional 600,000 residents born in 1952 or earlier to qualify for the securities. Photo: Jonathan Wong The move will allow an additional 600,000 residents born in 1952 or earlier to qualify for the securities. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The move will allow an additional 600,000 residents born in 1952 or earlier to qualify for the securities. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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