Hongkongers exercise in Victoria Park in Hong Kong on February 27, 2022. Many respondents to a new survey feel financially responsible for their elders. Photo: SCMP/ Dickson Lee
Hongkongers exercise in Victoria Park in Hong Kong on February 27, 2022. Many respondents to a new survey feel financially responsible for their elders. Photo: SCMP/ Dickson Lee

British wealth manager SJP eyes China’s growing pension market, details retirement risk for Hong Kong’s ‘sandwiched generation’

  • London-listed St James’s Place is looking for a chance to expand into China’s pension market, either through a joint-venture or on its own
  • The company also released research showing Hongkongers with multi-generational responsibilities are being squeezed by inflation and slower growth

Hongkongers exercise in Victoria Park in Hong Kong on February 27, 2022. Many respondents to a new survey feel financially responsible for their elders. Photo: SCMP/ Dickson Lee
Hongkongers exercise in Victoria Park in Hong Kong on February 27, 2022. Many respondents to a new survey feel financially responsible for their elders. Photo: SCMP/ Dickson Lee
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