Eleven brokerages have contributed $3.7bn to help listed companies facing liquidity issues, while a new programme is launched to support corporate bond issuances.
PBOC Financial Stability Report says new rules will be unveiled in the first half of 2019 aimed at boosting regulatory oversight over financial holding groups.
The derivatives MoU will enhance cross-border supervision and the development of futures markets, while staff exchanges will deepen ties between the agencies.
CBIRC draft rules loosen restrictions on how much insurance companies can invest in the stock market and in which sectors they can participate.
The CSRC has granted Standard Chartered Bank a domestic fund custody licence, which until now has been reserved for local institutions.
Over 750 listed companies have since announced stock buybacks, including Ping An Insurance Group, which plans to buy back $15.8 billion of its outstanding shares.
Foreign banks will be allowed to set up wholly-owned branches and subsidiaries in China provided they maintain at least 8% of yuan-denominated risk assets as reserves.
Forty years since the 1978 peace treaty marked by a series of MoUs between central banks, securities regulators, stock exchanges and industry bodies, among others.
"Bitcoin has the nature of a property, which can be owned and controlled by parties, and is able to provide economic values and benefits," the Court ruled.
The regulator is trying to prevent the use of consumer credit in speculative investments as part of its efforts to curb risks to the financial system.