How should MPF members prepare themselves during volatility?
The unexpected win from supporters of the Brexit camp and Donald Trump’s unexpected victory in the US presidential election caused volatility in global financial markets. How should MPF members react? KP Luk, Head of HK DC Business, Fidelity International goes through with you the best way to manage your MPF.
The Default Investment Strategy (“DIS”) will be launched on 1 April 2017. The DIS involves changes to the MPF legislation, which may affect your MPF account. Please read the notice sent in January 2017 by your trustee carefully.
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