New education platform

In April 2016 the Investor Education Centre launched an independent and impartial financial education platform, The Chin Family. Our aim is to make learning about finances simpler, more straightforward and enjoyable for everyone in Hong Kong. The information and tools previously on the IEC website are now available on The Chin Family website.


全新教育平台

於2016年4月,投資者教育中心推出中立持平的金融理財教育平台錢家有道,以簡單易明、生動有趣的手法為香港市民提供金融理財教育資訊。投資者教育中心原有的教育資訊及工具現已在錢家有道之新網站提供。


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About the IEC

Background

With the rapid pace of innovation and growing sophistication and complexity of retail financial products and services available today, the need for financial education has never been greater. This is where the IEC comes in.

Following the HKSAR Government's public consultation in February 2010 and subsequent amendment of the Securities and Futures Ordinance in May 2012, the Investor Education Centre (IEC) was established in November 2012, as a subsidiary of the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC), to take the lead in improving financial literacy in Hong Kong.


Our Mission

We are a public organisation with the mission of improving financial literacy in Hong Kong. The IEC is supported by the Education Bureau and all four financial regulators.


Our Work

We believe that financial education should be inclusive, widely accessible and made simple. Our programmes are not only aimed at improving the financial skills and knowledge of the public, but also supports the development of more responsible financial habits, behaviours and decision making.

In April 2016, we launched The Chin Family platform to provide people in Hong Kong with comprehensive, credible and impartial financial information, tools and education resources.

Our work includes:

The IEC also serves as the HKSFL secretariat which aims to harness the enthusiasm and efforts of various sectors by setting common goals and enabling cross-sectoral collaboration to address financial education needs in Hong Kong.


Our Partners

We work in partnership with government agencies and the finance, education and community sectors to give the general public the knowledge and tools they need for managing money effectively.


Governance

The IEC is governed by an independent Executive Committee comprising a Chairman who is a Non-Executive Director of the SFC, representatives of the four financial regulators - the SFC, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, the Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority and the Insurance Authority (previously known as Office of the Commissioner of Insurance) - as well as the Education Bureau and representatives of the financial industry and of and the General Manager of the IEC. It meets once every three months to provide strategic oversight and advice to the IEC and approve its policies and decisions.


IEC Executive Committee Members


Chairman Dr Kelvin WONG, JP Non-Executive Director of the SFC
Members CHAN Tze Ching, Ignatius Industry Representative
CHENG Yan Chee Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority
HO Hon Kit, Daryl Hong Kong Monetary Authority
KNEEBONE, David Phillip General Manager of the IEC
LAU Man Man, Lisa Industry Representative
LEUNG Chi Yan, John Insurance Authority
NG Ka-shing, Joe Education Bureau
WAN Chi Yiu, Andrew Securities and Futures Commission

Stakeholder collaboration

Advisory Committee and Groups


We have set up an Advisory Committee and a number of Advisory Groups to seek the advice and expertise of community representatives in formulating our financial education initiatives and to identify opportunities for collaboration.


IEC Advisory Committee Members


Chairperson KNEEBONE, David Phillip General Manager of the IEC
Members NG Ka Man, Carmen Consumer Council
Ng Tsz Wai, Anthony Financial Disputes Resolution Centre
YAU Kin Hung Hong Kong Police Force

Last update: 6 February 2018