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General notice to Wayfoong Multi-funding System – Deferred Member Arrangement ('WMFS DMA') scheme participants regarding the introduction of partial withdrawal

With effect from 23 August 2021, there will be an additional option available for WMFS DMA scheme participants to partially withdraw their retirement benefits. This change is expected to provide members with greater flexibility in managing their cash flow and continuing investments. 

At eligible scheme participants’ decision, they can request to partially withdraw their retirement benefits by submitting to us a valid and duly completed the Deferred Member Arrangement – Partial Withdrawal Request Form.  

Any partial withdrawal request for the payment of benefits will be subject to the satisfaction of certain conditions mentioned in the Deferred Member Arrangement – Partial Withdrawal Request Form, and in the WMFS DMA Principal Brochure.  

WMFS DMA scheme participants may request copies of the updated Principal Brochure or a copy of the Deferred Member Arrangement – Partial Withdrawal Request Form by calling our enquiry hotline on +852 2288 6655

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