MPF for employers
HSBC MPF is the service provider of choice for businesses of all sizes.
We're highly experienced in all aspects of operating an MPF scheme, enabling us to provide a comprehensive solution to meet your MPF obligations.
We tailor our services to ensure you receive maximum support, while keeping MPF administration to a minimum.
We're the MPF service provider of choice for businesses of all sizes. We've tailored our services to ensure you receive maximum support, while keeping MPF administration to a minimum.
Employers can set up their MPF with HSBC MPF or transfer it to us from other providers. Learn how our flexible services support MPF administration for your company.
Learn about when and how to enrol employees in an HSBC MPF scheme.
Learn about your obligations as an employer and how to calculate an MPF contribution.
HSBC Mandatory Prvident Fund – SuperTrust Plus provides members with a comprehensive range of funds to choose from.
We provide comprehensive e-Services to help you to manage MPF account easily anytime, anywhere.
Failure to report contribution details and make MPF contributions in full on or before the relevant contribution day is a criminal offence.
For a comprehensive overview of managing a company MPF scheme, read our Administration guide for employers.
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