The HSBC Mandatory Provident Fund - SuperTrust, SuperTrust Plus, SimpleChoice and ValueChoice are mandatory provident fund schemes.
You should consider your own risk tolerance level and financial circumstances before making any investment choices. When, in your selection of funds, you are in doubt as to whether a certain fund is suitable for you (including whether it is consistent with your investment objectives), you should seek financial and/or professional advice and choose the fund(s) most suitable for you taking into account your circumstances.
The respective Guaranteed Fund under HSBC Mandatory Provident Fund - SuperTrust and SuperTrust Plus invests solely in an approved pooled investment fund in the form of an insurance policy provided by HSBC Life (International) Limited. The guarantee is also given by HSBC Life (International) Limited. Your investments in the relevant Guaranteed Fund, if any, are therefore subject to the credit risks of HSBC Life (International) Limited. Please refer to the 'Warning' section under 'Guaranteed Fund' in Part II - Fund Structure of the relevant 'Principal Brochure' for details of the credit risk.
The guarantee in the relevant Guaranteed Fund only applies under certain conditions. Please refer to the 'Guarantee features' section under 'Guaranteed Fund' in Part II - Fund Structure of the relevant 'Principal Brochure' for full details of the guarantee features and Guarantee Conditions.
You should not invest based on the information shown on this website alone and should read the relevant 'Principal Brochure'.
Investment involves 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 relevant 'Principal Brochure'.
For more details on the funds, fees and charges and how these fees and charges may be altered in the future, please refer to the relevant 'Principal Brochure'.
Please read 'important notes' again before you invest.