The rules allow companies to choose an overseas listing destination for their IPOs, but require them to first register the intention with the CSRC, which will vet the applications.
Bao Fan, the founder of boutique investment bank China Renaissance Holdings, is the latest high-profile Chinese executive to go missing without explanation.
The new rules propose to classify banks into three categories based on their business scale and risk levels and treat them differently based on their classification.
The new system simplifies the process for companies seeking to raise funds through mainboard listings on the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges.
Companies in certain industries will have to disclose major pollution accidents, to promote better environmental governance.
A "Fund E Account" platform will a "one-stop" service for individual investors to query information about all their holdings in public funds.
Lockheed Martin and a unit of Raytheon Technologies were added to China's "Unreliable Entity List". The notice requires both to pay fines.
Three Chinese companies have launched US IPOs so far this year, following a year-and-a-half stand-off between Chinese and US regulators.
Warburg Pincus is planning to acquire a 23.3 percent stake in Zhong Ou Asset Management Co from Italy's Intesa Sanpaolo.
The new regime also covers indirect borrowings by Chinese enterprises and entities they control, as well as foreign debt incurred under red-chip and VIE structures.
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