China’s banking regulator wants some of the nation’s smaller lenders to set aside more funds to avoid a cash shortfall.
The People's Bank of China pledged to guard against risks from banks' wealth-management products and local government debts.
China will allow private investors to establish rural commercial banks to inject more funds into the countryside and boost rural development.
Henry Balani discusses the move by the Chinese Regulators on Bitcoin and the impact of the virtual currency on transaction banking.
China is considering measures, including a levy on spot foreign-currency transactions, to curb speculative capital flows.
The “Big Four” accounting firms said they will fight a ruling by the US Securities and Exchange commission suspending their Chinese units for six months.
China moves ahead with reforms to overhaul its financial system as it eases bank rules on loan write-offs, while offering small lenders better access to funds.
China issues new rules to fight terrorism, requiring banks to report transactions suspected of links to terror activities and freeze assets of people named as belonging to terrorist groups.
Five Chinese firms announced on Monday that they had postponed their initial public offerings (IPOs) after China's stock regulator said overnight it would strengthen its supervision of IPOs.
The People’s Bank of China (PBC) and the China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) jointly announced further regulation to better manage risks associated with credit asset backed securities.