Ever since the introduction of the Mandatory Provident Fund (“MPF”) system by the government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (“HKSAR”) in December 2000, managing an MPF scheme for your employees has been one of the key tasks that every business in Hong Kong has to cater for. To do so, you may need an MPF service provider who understands your business concerns and has a wealth of constituent funds, experience and the expertise you are looking for.
At Manulife, we understand that administration of MPF schemes can be a hassle, but with more than 76 years of experience in managing corporate pension schemes, we can ease your burden with our professional expertise and comprehensive options.
Here are some of the reasons why businesses in Hong Kong continue to choose Manulife as their preferred MPF service provider:
Extensive Experience: Our experience in managing pension plans dates back to 1936.
Strong Market Position: We are one of the largest players in the MPF market +. + According to the MPF Annual Report 2013 published by Towers Watson, Manulife Provident Funds Trust Company Limited has the second largest share in the MPF markets in Hong Kong.
Well-recognized Services: Manulife’s commitment to service excellence is backed by the ISO9001 certification for our provident funds services and also the Silver Award in 2011 HKMA Quality Award.
Simple Account Management: Our diversified account management platforms, including interactive voice response system and e-MPF Member Online Service, enable you to monitor your account. Same day dealing is available for request successfully completed before 4:00pm on any business day with the buy and sell processes to be carried out using the closing fund price of that day.
Strong MPF Team: Our professional MPF intermediaries and experienced customer service officers will be pleased to help and answer your enquiry.
Timely Communications: We provide online monthly benefits statements with other member communications and organize member investment seminars on a regular basis to keep you abreast of constituent fund performance and market trends.