HSBC, Hang Seng Bank, Fubon Bank and Standard Chartered are participating in China's CBDC pilot initiative.
Banks are encouraged to continue providing financial services to private enterprises even if they run into temporary difficulties.
The revised rules impose expectations on fund management firms and their senior managers to focus more on risk management and ethical business conduct.
Major shareholders are required to make a public filing before selling shares, but the BSE has been rejecting those filings to prevent stock sales.
Under the CBDC pilot programme, the bank will explore cross-border merchant payments, trade financing and supply chain financing.
The announcement came just days after Zhongzhi, one of the largest conglomerates in China's shadow finance sector, said it was insolvent.
The CSRC said two private funds engaged in a multi-layered investment scheme, with false information disclosure and possible criminal behavior.
Banks must establish "formal internal country risk rating systems" and set aside proportionate reserves for country risk.
Financial institutions were directed to improve their services and financing support for technology firms.
Regulators are reportedly considering allowing banks to issue unsecured working capital loans to some developers for the first time.
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