The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) is planning about 100 initial public offerings (IPOs) from June to the end of 2014 as the government moves to revamp its IPO rules.
China's financial regulators is stepping up regulation for interbank borrowing in a move to manage risks in the financial system and deploy more capital into the real economy.
ASIFMA, together with Standard Chartered and Thomson Reuters, launched a white paper that calls for the opening up of China’s capital markets and the internationalisation of the renminbi (RMB).
China issued new, detailed rules governing initial public offerings, in a move that may pave the way for new listings on mainland markets soon.
Chinese banks are faced with increasing risks born out of shadow banking, local government debt, bad loans, and looming house price declines.
China’s new policy allowing cross-border stock investment between Hong Kong and Shanghai exchanges is seen to pave the way for the internationalisation of the Chinese currency.
China Banking Regulatory Commission has told local authorities and banks to investigate iron ore financing deals amid default risks arising from commodities trade funding.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission is requiring companies with plans to list on Shanghai or Shenzhen to make preliminary disclosure by end of June.
The China Banking Regulatory Commission is stepping up efforts to combat illegal fund-raising over the internet, and aims to roll out an investor education campaign to guide the public.
China's banking regulator has urged trust companies to strengthen risk management, listing shareholders’ obligations and ruling out shadow banking.