Hong Kong pensions regulator steps in to prevent speculative activity through Mandatory Provident Fund

Hong Kong’s pensions regulator has warned all 14 Mandatory Provident Fund providers to tighten control over their schemes to prevent abuse by clients who are gambling on the stock market through their retirement savings, the South China Morning Post has …
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