The central bank is expected to allow financial institutions greater flexibility in setting interest rates for loans and deposits in the year ahead.
A 100 basis point RRR cut will be implemented in two phases this month, releasing $218bn of liquidity into the banking system.
The currency conversion system that delayed the launch of the Shanghai-London Stock Connect last month has now been completed.
Non-bank payment institutions will be required to report to the central bank any consumer transactions exceeding 50,000 yuan and cross-border transfers over 200,000 yuan.
The central bank has tweaked its definition of SMEs to include more firms and reduced reserve requirements for banks lending to these firms.
Stress tests indicate Chinese banks would face capital and liquidity shortfalls under adverse conditions, according to the PBOC's latest financial stability report.
New guidelines from China's banking regulator will require small- and medium-sized financial institutions to apply for a licence to operate outside their home provinces.
M&A activity between domestic brokerages is set to increase, says S&P Global. Consolidation may help local players better compete against foreign entrants.
The banks selected by South Korea's central bank include 6 domestic institutions and 5 foreign institutions with local branches.
The 10 day limit for stock suspensions compares to three months allowed previously for major asset restructurings, and up to five or six months in other cases.