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Mandatory Provident Fund Arrangements

Government employees, other than those exempted, are subject to the provisions of the Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Ordinance (MPFSO) and are required to join a registered Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF) scheme. Government, as an employer, has made arrangements for these employees to join a registered MPF scheme and to have the employer's and employees' mandatory contributions paid into their scheme accounts.

In general, officers appointed to the civil service on new probationary/agreement terms are required to join the MPF scheme in accordance with the MPFSO. Upon progress onto new permanent terms, they would be eligible to join the Civil Service Provident Fund Scheme. (Details)

Exemptions under the MPF System

MPF Arrangements for Government Employees


Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority (the Authority) is the statutory body established to regulate and monitor the operation of the MPF system. If you want to know more about the MPF system, including its features, you can visit the Authority's website (http://www.mpfa.org.hk/). Enquiries about the system in general may also be directed to the Authority (Telephone: 2918 0102; Fax: 2259 8806; E-mail: mpfa@mpfa.org.hk).

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