A feasibility study on commodity futures trading is being conducted by the securities regulator and Chinese conglomerate Ruifeng Tianfu Investment.
A Shanghai entrepreneur and his daughter were penalised a total 3.6bn yuan, representing a record fine and confiscation of illegal gains.
Once signed into law, the Act will authorise the use of sanctions against individuals, entities and financial institutions in response to China's new national security law for Hong Kong.
Local authorities in Hebei and Shanxi reportedly had to intervene last week to halt cash withdrawals at two small lenders amid rumours of mounting bad loans.
Under draft rules, government approval will be required for investment in an Indian pension fund from land-border countries including China; a 49% cap is proposed for other foreign investors.
MAS managing director Ravi Menon suggests that China and Singapore work together to create frameworks for green and sustainability-linked loans, customised for Chinese and Singaporean SMEs.
CSRC vice chairman Fang Xinghai says the launch of A-share based financial derivatives will bolster Hong Kong as an international financial centre, while also benefitting China's capital markets.
The revisions lower foreign investor asset requirements, reduce the lock-up period from three years to 12 months, and expands investment channels to include IPOs and tender offers.
Local governments will be allowed to buy ¥200bn in capital replenishment tools issued by small and midsize banks, with a fixed term, detailed repayment plan, and assurances on corporate governance and asset quality.
The new subsidiary will become the first wholly foreign-owned life insurance company approved for incorporation in mainland China.