Retirement Investment Reimagined: Schroders Hong Kong Retirement Survey 2024

We surveyed 1,000 non-retired Hongkongers to find more about retirement planning – their expectations, attitudes and challenges faced.

Retirement readiness & investment

61% of non-retired Hongkongers surveyed have a retirement plan in place but a majority say they face challenges when planning for financial needs for retirement.

Pre- and post-Covid attitudes

They express an increasing sense of urgency post-Covid to support various needs and expenses in retirement.

How do Hongkongers see retirement planning?

Roger Lau, Schroders’ Head of Retirement Business for Hong Kong, highlights key findings from the survey.

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What is longevity risk? How to avoid outliving assets to fund retirement, healthcare costs

The risk of outliving your assets and savings – or longevity risk – has become very real around the world. It is one of top five concerns about retirement among the non-retired Hongkongers surveyed in our latest Schroders Hong Kong Retirement Survey 2024.

About the survey

Schroders commissioned global market research firm Ipsos to conduct an independent online survey of 1,000 non-retired Hong Kong MPF scheme members from 27 February to 11 March 2024.