Securities & Futures Commission of Hong Kong

Investment products

 Does the SFC authorise investment products? 

Yes. In general, the SFC authorises investment products which are marketed to the public in Hong Kong. To ensure relevant requirements are met and the required information is disclosed, the SFC also authorises these products’ offering documents.

Please note that SFC authorisation does not mean that a product is suitable for you or any particular investor.

Check out the “Investment products” section on the SFC website for more information.

 What is an SFC-registered open-ended fund company? 

Open-ended fund company (OFC) means a collective investment scheme constituted as a corporation which, having met the relevant requirements, is registered by the SFC and incorporated by the Registrar of Companies under Part IVA of the SFO. Please note that SFC registration does not mean that a product is suitable for your or any particular investor.

Check out “List of Registered Open-Ended Fund Companies” section on the SFC website for more information.

 Where can I find information about SFC-authorised and registered investment products?    

To understand different types and features of investment products (eg, stocks, ETFs, bonds), please go to the “Investment products” section on the The Chin Family website.

For details of SFC-authorised and registered investment products, investors can browse the “List of Investment Products” on the SFC website. However, investors are reminded to contact the relevant product issuers or distributors to obtain the latest offering documents.

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