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Non-Compliant Employer and Officer Records

Non-Compliant Employer and Officer Records

The MPFA set up the Non-Compliant Employer and Officer Records ("NCEOR") in May 2011 to further enhance the deterrent effect on non-compliant employers and officers as well as to increase the transparency of MPFA's enforcement actions. Using NCEOR, members of the public can view and search for information on employers and officers with MPF non-compliance records resulting from legal proceedings initiated by MPFA.[1] The NCEOR comprises two parts:

Non-Compliant Employer and Officer Records

First Part Second Part
Contains records of both criminal convictions and civil awards/judgments in connection with the violation of the Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Ordinance ("MPFSO") by employers (including limited companies and individuals such as sole-proprietors or partners) or their officers. Contains records of repeat offenders. Employers and/or their officers who have been convicted of offences under MPFSO on two or more occasions will be shown under this section.

Retention Policy

If an employer or an officer has no further MPF non-compliance issues (including any substantiated MPF non-compliance investigation record that may not have resulted in civil or criminal proceedings) within five years of the last posted record, all past non-compliance record(s) of the employer or officer will be removed from NCEOR at the end of the relevant month.

Search Criteria

Members of the public may search NCEOR by date range, company name or business registration number.

[1] NCEOR is launched on 23 May 2011. For non-compliance records existed since 24 May 2006 up till the launch of the NCEOR, the names of individual defendants are shown with "XXX"

Disclaimer

  1. Although every effort has been made to update the criminal conviction and civil award / judgment records on a regular basis, the database may not contain the most up-to-date information of all non-compliance records due to the time lag between processing and updating the information on the website.
  2. Whilst the MPFA endeavours to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this database, we do not guarantee its completeness, and accept no liability of whatever nature for any loss or damage, costs or expenses howsoever caused, whether or not arising directly or indirectly from any inaccuracy or omission of information in this database.

Last Revision Date: 26/09/2017