The MPF, Hong Kong’s compulsory retirement savings scheme, has only exceeded the survey respondents’ expectations in three of the last 10 years. Photo: AFP The MPF, Hong Kong’s compulsory retirement savings scheme, has only exceeded the survey respondents’ expectations in three of the last 10 years. Photo: AFP
The MPF, Hong Kong’s compulsory retirement savings scheme, has only exceeded the survey respondents’ expectations in three of the last 10 years. Photo: AFP

Are Hongkongers asking too much of MPF? Pension study finds investors get half the return they expect

Investors’ expectations of the compulsory savings scheme are “unrealistic” and may lead to a serious retirement shortfall, say Schroders

Topic |   Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF)
The MPF, Hong Kong’s compulsory retirement savings scheme, has only exceeded the survey respondents’ expectations in three of the last 10 years. Photo: AFP The MPF, Hong Kong’s compulsory retirement savings scheme, has only exceeded the survey respondents’ expectations in three of the last 10 years. Photo: AFP
The MPF, Hong Kong’s compulsory retirement savings scheme, has only exceeded the survey respondents’ expectations in three of the last 10 years. Photo: AFP
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