Foreign-funded multinational groups can directly establish domestic finance companies to provide financial services to their member units in China.
The 18 firms, which include PwC, EY and Morningstar's China units, will be responsible for evaluating and certifying green bonds and help to prevent greenwashing.
Twenty defendants have been arrested on suspicion of illegal business activity and money laundering using the e-CNY.
Operators of critical information infrastructure using products or services that have not undergone security evaluations will face fines of up to 5 percent of annual revenue.
Banks are required to apply additional scrutiny of overseas transfers requested by customers via bank counters, to ensure the transaction is not the result of a fraud attempt.
A CBIRC circular outlines the measures it will take to align with CCP objectives, following inspections on the regulator carried out last year.
Banks in five cities will pilot the use of railway transport documentation to offer financial services to foreign trade enterprises.
The law imposes an obligation on telecom companies and banks to help hunt down fraudsters, and requires the establishment of a risk information sharing mechanism.
The CSRC will push forward legislation to enact new overseas listing rules, and support the establishment of a new registration system for Chinese firms seeking foreign IPOs.
The measures include an ESG information platform for listed companies and enhancements to TAIFEX's new OTC derivatives clearing service.