AXA IM Voices

A first hand look at Hong Kong attitudes to money, investing and the future

A new tomorrow


Over the past 10 years, Hong Kong has endured the repercussions of the global financial crisis, while at the same time faced a number of regional and political challenges.

Among these, property prices have risen sharply, which has put pressure on household savings and made it difficult for people to retain capital for investment. But encouragingly 58% of respondents currently hold investments - the same percentage as those who said they were willing to take some amount of risk to get greater returns.

In this report we take a look at peoples’ attitudes to saving, planning, and investing for the future, with a view to better understand how we can help them reach their financial goals.

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This survey was carried out by GFK, during June 2018, on behalf of AXA Investment Managers. We  interviewed more than 1000 adults.

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