Offshore online brokerages have been offering Chinese investors trading services for US and Hong Kong securities, without first obtaining a licence in China.
The local chapter, called Climate Governance Singapore, will seek to raise board-level awareness and promote decision-making based on the impacts of climate change.
About half China's major Internet platforms have implemented plans to restructure their financial businesses. More progress is expected by year-end.
The use of government bonds as margin collateral will reduce transaction costs, improve market efficiency, and enhance market operations.
The plan includes measures to further open up the banking, securities, insurance, funds, futures and other financial sectors.
Foreign telecoms companies will be allowed to set up joint ventures in China to provide VPN services to foreign businesses operating in Beijing.
Foreign banks in Taiwan are no longer required to have a local chief of information security if there is a designated officer at the head office or regional level.
Under a new five-year plan for trade in services, China will upgrade CIPS and further develop cross-border payments and financing.
Arbitration courts in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen will help to facilitate the resolution of disputes in the securities and futures market.
FIs will be able to lend to qualified companies to back emissions reduction projects and apply to the central bank for funding support.