HSBC MPF scheme and constituent funds
HSBC Mandatory Provident Fund – SuperTrust Plus offers a range of diversified investment options.
HSBC Mandatory Provident Fund – SuperTrust Plus
HSBC Mandatory Provident Fund - SuperTrust Plus offers 20 Constituent Funds. Members can choose a combination of Constituent Funds.
Fund Information at a glance
MPF Conservative Fund
Global Bond Fund
Age 65 Plus Fund
Core Accumulation Fund
ValueChoice Balanced Fund
Global Equity Fund
North American Equity Fund
European Equity Fund
Asia Pacific Equity Fund
Hong Kong and Chinese Equity Fund
Chinese Equity Fund
ValueChoice US Equity Fund
ValueChoice European Equity Fund
ValueChoice Asia Pacific Equity Fund
Hang Seng Index Tracking Fund
Hang Seng China Enterprises Index Tracking Fund
- The investment objectives stated above only provides a brief description of the investment objectives of the Constituent Funds. Please refer to the MPF Scheme Brochure for further details.
- It is important that you read this website in conjunction with the MPF Scheme Brochure which contains more detailed information about HSBC Mandatory Provident Fund - SuperTrust Plus including information on its fund structure, fees and charges and our rights to alter the fees and charges.
- Additional voluntary contributions and tax deductible voluntary contributions are accepted at the discretion of the Trustee.
- Investments involve risks. Past performance is not indicative of future performance. The value of financial instruments, in particular stocks and shares, and any income from such financial instruments, may go down as well as up. For further details including the product features and risks involved, please refer to the MPF Scheme Brochure.
- If you're in doubt about the meaning or effect of the contents of this website, you should seek independent professional advice.
- If you would like to raise any concerns or make a complaint, you can write to or call the Administrator or the Trustee. The Administrator or the Trustee will then investigate the situation and take necessary actions as soon as practicable.
- With effect from 9 August 2009, Capital Preservation Fund has been renamed as MPF Conservative Fund.
- From 1 April 2017, the Default Investment Strategy has been launched and it comprises the Age 65 Plus Fund and the Core Accumulation Fund. The default investment arrangement of the HSBC Mandatory Provident Fund - SuperTrust Plus is the DIS replacing the previous default fund which is 'MPF Conservative Fund'.
- The Asia Pacific Equity Fund, Balanced Fund, European Equity Fund, Growth Fund, Guaranteed Fund, Hang Seng Index Tracking Fund, Hong Kong and Chinese Equity Fund, MPF Conservative Fund (was renamed from Capital Preservation Fund with effective from 9 August 2009), North American Equity Fund and Core Accumulation Fund (was renamed and converted from the Stable Growth Fund for DIS purposes) under the HSBC Mandatory Provident Fund - SuperTrust Plus were launched on 1 December 2000. The Chinese Equity Fund, Age 65 Plus Fund (was renamed and converted from the Flexi-Managed Fund for DIS purposes), Global Bond Fund and Stable Fund under the HSBC Mandatory Provident Fund - SuperTrust Plus were launched on 8 October 2009.
- From 1 July 2019, the HSBC Mandatory Provident Fund - ValueChoice has been merged into the HSBC Mandatory Provident Fund - SuperTrust Plus (the 'Merger'). For the purpose of the Merger, the Global Equity Fund, Hang Seng China Enterprises Index Tracking Fund, ValueChoice Asia Pacific Equity Fund, ValueChoice Balanced Fund, ValueChoice European Equity Fund and ValueChoice US Equity Fund were replicated in all aspects with identical names, investment objectives and policies, fee levels, fees and charge structure with the corresponding Constituent Funds under the HSBC Mandatory Provident Fund – ValueChoice and they were launched under the HSBC Mandatory Provident Fund – SuperTrust Plus on 1 July 2019.
- The risk class is prescribed by the Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority according to the Code on Disclosure for MPF Investment Funds and the risk class has not been reviewed or endorsed by the Securities and Futures Commission.