Transferring your MPF to HSBC
If you're self-employed and have chosen HSBC MPF as your provider, you can transfer any accrued benefits to a personal account with us.
With over 40 years of experience helping people reach their retirement goals in Hong Kong, you can count on us to find a comprehensive MPF solution.
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How do I transfer my MPF to HSBC?
It’s easy. Simply complete the transfer forms below and submit them to us.
Why consolidate your MPF accounts?
It's not unusual for members to have more than one MPF account, especially if you've had previous employers with different MPF schemes, or have been self-employed before. The more MPF accounts you hold, though, the more difficult the management can be.
The key to managing MPF is to keep it simple. You can consolidate multiple personal accounts and transfer all accrued benefits to a personal account under your chosen scheme.
Download the Personal Account Holder Application Form for the MPF scheme of your choice, as well as the Scheme Member's Request for Fund Transfer Form, and send the completed forms to us.
Transfer forms for the self-employed
Transfer of accrued benefits from another MPF scheme to HSBC, or vice versa
Download and complete the form.
Scheme Member's Request for Fund Transfer Form
Personal account application forms
Apply for a personal account under HSBC
Download and complete the form
HSBC MPF SuperTrust Plus
Consolidation of personal accounts
Consolidate multiple personal accounts into one account
Scheme Member's Request for Account Consolidation Form
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