Under the pilot, SSE-listed companies can issue bonds with durations under one year to professional investors, provided the proceeds are not used to meet long-term funding needs.
The updated system will allow account customers to switch their monthly automatic payments between first- and second-tier financial firms for handling.
The CSRC has responded to a US bill that could subject the 233 Chinese companies listed in the US to PCAOB oversight in their audits, or delisting for noncompliance.
In three months, litigation funders will no longer be exempt from having to hold an AFS Licence and being categorised as managed investment schemes.
The ESG Index Futures contract will track the performance of TWSE listed companies that meet the globally recognised ESG standards used by the FTSE4Good Index Series.
Companies may no longer need to wait months for their credit status to be upgraded after a default is 'cured' and payments are regularised.
The YSX is asked to strengthen internal controls and establish an audit committee; six securities firms are asked to address document collection and record-keeping deficiencies.
ASX says it will not be mandating settlement locks for CHESS holdings, given the broad support stakeholders for this approach.
The changes are aimed at ensuring the classification system encourages firms to maintain focus on risk management capabilities and continuous compliance.
Only professional investors would be allowed to buy or sell shares on the new platform, which would be independent of Taiwan's other fundraising markets.