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Hong Kong Mutual Recognition of Funds

Hong Kong Mutual Recognition of Funds enables you to capture overseas investment opportunities and enhance your global asset allocation.

The product is distributied by HSBC Bank (China).

Key benefits

  • Investing overseas with Hong Kong Mutual Recognition of Funds helps you capture a diverse range of global investment opportunities and potentially delivers higher returns
  • Multi-currency portfolio
Minimum Subscription Amount of HK Mutual Recognition of Funds
Investment Currency of HK Mutual Recognition of Funds
CNY
USD
Initial Subscription Minimum Amount
CNY 10,000
USD 1,000
Additional Subscription Minimum Amount
CNY 1,000
USD 10
Minimum Subscription Amount of HK Mutual Recognition of Funds

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What HSBC offers

 
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You can also review your investment portfolio via HSBC Wealth Dashboard.

 
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Convenient access to review your fund performance via Morningstar Fund Express.

 
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The information provided is for reference only. Please refer to the detailed subscription pack, Morningstar Fund Express and our Important Notice(s). 

The investor's attitude towards risks should be equivalent or higher to the risk level of the Product for Distribution sold by the bank. Please refer to the fund contract Terms and Conditions for further details.

Frequently asked questions

  • The information shown in this website and the opinion expressed, does not constitute any contract value, and should not be regarded as any offer, solicitation or recommendation to conduct any investment, subscriptions or purchase of any products/ services. If you plan to make any purchase, please ask for relevant legal documents from the Bank, all rights and obligations relating to the product will be subject to the legal document
  • The funds mentioned on this page are issued and managed bythe third party product providers. Under no circumstances will HSBC China (as a sales agent of fund houses) be liable for the responsibilities of investment, redemption, and risk management.
  • The information shown in this website is not sufficient for investors to make investment decisions. Please refer to the offering documents (including Unit Trust Contracts, Fund Prospects, Key Fund Fact Sheet and Sales Annoucement) of the respective funds for details, including related terms and conditions, eligibility, features and relevant risk factors. 
  • Funds are investment products. Investors should not invest in the product unless the product is suitable, taking into account your financial situation, risk tolerance, investment experience, investment objectives, investment needs and other necessary factors. Otherwise, you should not subscribe to/purchase this investment product.
  • Funds are not equivalent to deposits or bonds which can provide fixed return at maturity. Investors may enjoy a return or suffer loss based on the share of investment.
  • Investment involves risk. Past performance is no guide to future performance. The price of units or shares and the income from them may go down as well as up and any past performance figures shown are not indicative of future performance. Returns are not guaranteed.
  • In the worst case scenario, the value of the funds may be worth substantially less than the original amount you have invested (in the extreme case scenario, the value of the funds may be worthless and investors may suffer loss of the original amount you have invested).
  • Investment risk in Mutual Recognition of Funds is also affected by the following factors: Quota Exhaustion of MRF, disqualification of fund trade in mainland China, mainland China investors' subscription exceeding 50% of the net value of the overall fund assets, uncertainty of MRF mechanism and relevant policy, differences of fund market between mainland China and Hong Kong, tax influence, FX rates fluctuation, beyond the extent of compensation subject to Hong Kong investors, specific arrangement of the holders, potential differences of understanding between the English version and Chinese version of the relevant documents, uncertainty in enforcement of judgement and etc. Investors should be fully aware of risks in MRF.