The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) announced today (Monday) the results of the 2013 annual pay review. The review was undertaken by the Governance Sub-Committee (GSC) of the Exchange Fund Advisory Committee (EFAC).
On the advice of the GSC, the Financial Secretary has approved that the Fixed Pay of HKMA staff will be adjusted upward by a general increase of 4.5%, whereas an allocation of 0.8% is set aside for awarding good performers. The actual increases for individual staff will be awarded according to performance. Variable Pay averaging 2.7 months’ salary will also be paid to staff according to their performance in 2012. Variable Pay is a one-off payment payable to staff who have attained or exceeded the required level of performance.
The Financial Secretary determines the pay adjustments of HKMA staff each year in the light of recommendations made to him by the GSC through EFAC, taking into account the GSC’s assessment of the performance of the HKMA in the preceding year, the pay survey findings of the financial sector conducted by independent HR consultants and any other relevant factors.
Hong Kong Monetary Authority
8 April 2013