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Switch funds

MPF / ORSO / Pension

Switch out all funds (One-time rebalancing)

Step 1: Select the contribution type and “Switch out all funds (One-time rebalancing)”.

Step 2: Input % for the fund(s) you want to switch into, then click “Review”.

The total switch in % must add up to 100% for Mandatory and Voluntary portions respectively. 

Step 3: Review your instruction, then click “Submit”. 

After submitting your instruction, you can save the page or print it for record-keeping.

You can also go to “My Portfolio > MPF / ORSO / Pension > Transaction Log” to review your instruction records.

Switch out an individual fund (Fund-to-fund switch)

Step 1: Select the contribution type and the fund you want to switch out.

Step 2: Input percentages for the fund(s) you want to switch in, then click “Review”.

Step 3: Review your instruction, then click “Submit”. 

After submitting your instruction, you can save the page or print it for record-keeping. 

You can also go to My Portfolio > MPF / ORSO / Pension > Transaction Log” to review your instruction records.