A fall in the number of mainland Chinese tourists coming to Hong Kong has contributed to a decline in the number of life policies they usually buy in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee A fall in the number of mainland Chinese tourists coming to Hong Kong has contributed to a decline in the number of life policies they usually buy in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee
A fall in the number of mainland Chinese tourists coming to Hong Kong has contributed to a decline in the number of life policies they usually buy in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee

Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF)

Insurers boosted by sale of tax-deductible products to Hongkongers amid decline in mainland Chinese life insurance purchases

  • Mainland Chinese spending on life policies in city fell by 29 per cent in third quarter
  • First-quarter sales of tax-deductible products will be strong, Prudential Hong Kong’s CEO says

Topic |   Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF)
A fall in the number of mainland Chinese tourists coming to Hong Kong has contributed to a decline in the number of life policies they usually buy in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee A fall in the number of mainland Chinese tourists coming to Hong Kong has contributed to a decline in the number of life policies they usually buy in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee
A fall in the number of mainland Chinese tourists coming to Hong Kong has contributed to a decline in the number of life policies they usually buy in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee
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