Shanghai and Shenzhen bourses release joint statement barring domestic investors from trading in foreign companies, stapled securities and stocks with weighted voting rights structures listed in Hong Kong.
Proposed changes aim to provide greater clarity on requirements and reduce errors in the submission of misconduct reports; reference checks to be mandatory when recruiting staff.
SFC has fined CCB International Capital HK$24mn for failing to conduct reasonable due diligence for seafood company Fujion Dongya Aquatics in its 2014 listing.
CSRC has received tentative State Council approval to allow foreign individuals living in China or working abroad for listed A-share companies to open domestic securities accounts.
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ISDA Consults on Fallback Benchmarks for Discontinued IBORsJuly 16, 2018
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China Blocks Southbound Access to Dual-Class StocksJuly 16, 2018
Shanghai Bourse Studies Use of DLT for Securities MarketsJuly 16, 2018
SEBI Blocks Cash Payments To Stock BrokersJuly 16, 2018
ESMA Seeks Extension of Intragroup Clearing ExemptionJuly 16, 2018
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