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Hong Kong investors shows preference for stable income, liquidity


A 2022 survey conducted by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority and the Securities and Futures Commission showed a preference shift among investors toward stable income and liquidity. The findings also reveal that money market funds accounted for 61% of total top-five collective investment schemes (CIS) transactions, up from 33% in 2021. The survey covered 371 licensed corporations and registered institutions, witnessing a 24% decline in total transaction amount to USD3.8tr, amidst a rise in firms offering personalised investment products. Structured products constituted 51% of transactions, with online distribution of investment products experiencing a 19% increase, and online sales of debt securities rising significantly from 6% in 2021 to 15% in 2022.

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