Elderly Hongkongers gather to exercise together at Hin Tin Playground in Sha Tin. Photo: Felix Wong Elderly Hongkongers gather to exercise together at Hin Tin Playground in Sha Tin. Photo: Felix Wong
Elderly Hongkongers gather to exercise together at Hin Tin Playground in Sha Tin. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong millennials want to retire earlier on lower savings, but their maths may fail, JPMorgan survey shows

  • Hongkongers aged 30 to 40 estimated they could retire by the age of 61 on average with HK$3.6 million (US$460,000) of savings
  • The retirement planning by younger individuals may fall short of expectations because their investment approach is relatively conservative, JPMorgan said

Topic |   Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF)
Elderly Hongkongers gather to exercise together at Hin Tin Playground in Sha Tin. Photo: Felix Wong Elderly Hongkongers gather to exercise together at Hin Tin Playground in Sha Tin. Photo: Felix Wong
Elderly Hongkongers gather to exercise together at Hin Tin Playground in Sha Tin. Photo: Felix Wong
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